JAMESSellar heads a list of five Melbourne players delisted on Wednesday as change continuesat the embattled club.
Sellar,Josh Tynan, Troy Davis, Tom Gillies and Tom Couch were informed that they wereno longer required.
All exceptDavis had joined the club during Mark Neeld's period at the club.
AaronDavey, David Rodan and Joel MacDonald also retired this season, bringing the changesto the list so far to eight.
The clubdid not renew the contracts of assistant coaches Brian Royal and Leigh Brown.
Royal hasbeen an assistant coach in the AFL since 1996, and with the Demons since 2010,while Brown came to the Demons alongside Neeld after retiring from Collingwoodat the end of 2011.
Brown playedin the Magpies 2010 premiership and was in charge of the Melbourne forwards.
Buoyedwith the announcement of Paul Roos as senior coach on Friday, the club isundertaking major change.
Roos toldFox Footy's On the Couch on Mondaythat he did not expect interim coach Neil Craig to remain at the club althoughno official announcement has been made.
He has already appointed former North Melbourne and Sydney Swans development coach Brett Allison to be part of his football department.
The clubis seeking an assistant coach to take over from Roos as senior coach in two tothree seasons, with Adam Simpson and Scott Burns heading a list of candidates.