PERCY Kiangebeni, Al-Hafeez Sanusi and George Essuman have seen their short stay at Concord Rangers come to an end as boss Danny Scopes looks to freshen up his squad.

The Beach Boys have decided against extending Kiangebeni’s one-month loan from League Two outfit Colchester United, while Sanusi and Essuman have been told they are surplus to requirements.

And Scopes admits he is intending to bring new options into the Aspect Arena.

“Percy joined us on a one-month loan and we are not going to extend that,” said Scopes, who took charge of the Beach Boys in May.

“Hafeez has left the club because we couldn’t promise him the game-time he wanted.

“We have four or five forwards at the club, so we couldn’t afford to keep all of them and it’s difficult to promise players that they will be in the team regularly.

“George has also gone because Jack Cawley has come back from his suspension.

“We have some good centre-halves at the club and Lee Minshull is also coming back from injury, so George wouldn’t get regular minutes on the pitch.

“I’m hoping that we will be able to freshen the squad up over the course of the next week or so because it would good to have new options.”

Concord’s youngsters have also shown they are more than capable of challenging for a spot in the first team.

Alex Hernandez made his first team debut last month, while Ben Search came off the bench in the National League South clash at Weymouth last weekend.

And the teenage duo started as the Beach Boys came from behind to beat Isthmian North side Aveley on penalties in the first round of the Essex Thameside Trophy.

Duncan Corbett, who joined from East Thurrock United just a matter of hours earlier, put the Millers in front twice at the Aspect Arena.

But Concord hit back both times, with Danny Green netting soon after the interval before Decarrey Sheriff grabbed a last-gasp equaliser.

As a result, the tie went to penalties and Concord emerged triumphant as they scored four spot-kicks, while Aveley converted two.

And Scopes feels the club’s talented youngsters show they can be relied on if needed.

“I was really pleased with the youngsters,” added Scopes.

“It would have been a great night for the club whatever the result because of the amount of players who have come through the ranks involved, but winning on penalties was the icing on the cake.

“Because of us being in the National League South, the rules of the competition stipulate that only six of the players who played on Saturday could be involved.

“We gave opportunities to players in the under-18s and youth section, which paid off.

“They all played a part and coming from behind twice before winning on penalties shows they have great character.”