TWO of Instant-Dict's longest serving players will leave the club and return to Britain by the end of the week. Midfielder Steve Berry and central defender Roddy Manley have decided to fly home a few days short of completing their contracts with the club which officially end next Wednesday. Berry will end four years at the club and Manley three years and the pair will miss Instant's two remaining league matches against Kui Tan and Sing Tao. Instant-Dict virtually assured themselves a place in the First Division next season after defeating Happy Valley 3-1 earlier this week and sources say the electronic pocket dictionary company will continue their sponsorship for next season. Berry is believed to be contemplating a few offers in England while Manley is set to join Scottish First Division club Dundee. Instant are set to release striker Ian Blackstone. The local club, who have yet to achieve their first major success despite reaching five Cup finals, are tipped to retain goalkeeper Mick Leonard and midfielder Sean Edwards. Meanwhile, Senior Challenge Shield champions Rangers have decided which foreign players they will keep for next season. Rangers manager Philip Lee Fai-lap said they are most likely to retain English goalkeeper Peter Guthrie, Bulgarian centre back Dimitri Kalkanov, Argentine midfielder Hugo Gimenez and Yugoslav forward Marco Kraljevic.