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promotion plaice
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Fully expect us to be signing the dross that's left over.

Plenty of clubs already signing players, I think Bradford have already signed three.


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Salford have signed midfielder Richie Towell from Brighton. He’s been out on loan at Rotherham the last two seasons where he’s been a regular in the Championship and in their League One promotion winning season.

They must be throwing £5k a week plus at him to pull that one off, a sign of things to come. Presumably FFP doesn’t apply in League Two.


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Salford have signed midfielder Richie Towell from Brighton. He’s been out on loan at Rotherham the last two seasons where he’s been a regular in the Championship and in their League One promotion winning season.

They must be throwing £5k a week plus at him to pull that one off, a sign of things to come. Presumably FFP doesn’t apply in League Two.


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Hardly new is it? FGR have been pulling the same stunt for years.
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Salford have signed midfielder Richie Towell from Brighton. He’s been out on loan at Rotherham the last two seasons where he’s been a regular in the Championship and in their League One promotion winning season.


I'm worried the goals will dry up for them
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Salford have signed midfielder Richie Towell from Brighton. He’s been out on loan at Rotherham the last two seasons where he’s been a regular in the Championship and in their League One promotion winning season.

They must be throwing £5k a week plus at him to pull that one off, a sign of things to come. Presumably FFP doesn’t apply in League Two.


Is that what is known as throwing in the towell?  


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I'm worried the goals will dry up for them


Well I saw what you did there even if no one else did!  



Well I did try to tell you all Jolley was a mistake and Johnson is a lying fornicator who is going to screw us all more than Jolley did

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Wiping the floor with that effort


you can take the boy out of grimsby......but you can't take grimsby out of his soul, his blood, his semen!  
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Quoted from promotion plaice

Fully expect us to be signing the dross that's left over.

Plenty of clubs already signing players, I think Bradford have already signed three.


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I wish people would stop moaning. Shaun Harvey thinks we are doing great, what more do we want?



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We will be bottom sweeping the leftovers a month into the season.
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Right now all of Jolly's first choices will be knocking him back. Just have to wait for backup choices and desperation signings. I expect at least one mercenary striker on loan.


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So tomorrow, the rumour mill can get going in full effect as every neighbour of an unsigned player will be touting their exclusive nudge nudge wink players who will be signing for Town THIS week !!

Can't wait !!
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Right now all of Jolly's first choices will be knocking him back. Just have to wait for backup choices and desperation signings. I expect at least one mercenary striker on loan.


I think its actually very rare you get your first choice players
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I think its actually very rare Town get their first choice players


Edited for you.  
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Anyone heard anything on that Garratt rumour a few weeks ago?
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We really do need some interesting signings in the coming weeks, hopefully a couple that genuinely excite the fans as it all feels really drab at the moment with every aspect of the club.
The hairs on the back of my neck have curled up and died.


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Heard we’re interested in Will Atkinson, ex Mansfield


"Falls to Arnold... Arnold! That's it! Thats it! He's sealed it! Grimsby Town are back in the football league!!! Just a minute to go and Nathan Arnold makes it 3-1! Look at the scenes behind the goal! Look at the relief! The agony is finally over!!!"

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Anyone heard anything on that Garratt rumour a few weeks ago?


Hurst heard rumours we wanted to sign him and is now doing all in his power to sign him at Scunny.


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Personally I think players will be more difficult to attract this season. Going into last season we had the momentum of Jolley's great escape in the last 10 games as something to build on.

Fast forward a year and we have the same manager but stuttered to a 17th place finish, scored very few goals. In fact, you take 4 games out of it (Yeovil, Notts County, Tranmere, Newport) and goals for column is even shambolic.

There is no momentum and if we want to attract up and coming players, our plodding along is not going to help their career as we look like falling through the trap door sooner rather than later.  We are favourites for relegation and Jolley can't deny responsibility for our league position last season.
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Personally I think players will be more difficult to attract this season. Going into last season we had the momentum of Jolley's great escape in the last 10 games as something to build on.

Fast forward a year and we have the same manager but stuttered to a 17th place finish, scored very few goals. In fact, you take 4 games out of it (Yeovil, Notts County, Tranmere, Newport) and goals for column is even shambolic.

There is no momentum and if we want to attract up and coming players, our plodding along is not going to help their career as we look like falling through the trap door sooner rather than later.  We are favourites for relegation and Jolley can't deny responsibility for our league position last season.


IMO I wouldn't take any notice of being relegation candidates.  Why us? seeing that we didn't finish as low as some others.  Yes we didn't score enough goals, but how many chances did we create, i'm pretty sure we have got more results if we had taken more of those chances.  Macclesfield would be favourites for me, purely based on financial issues (non payment of wages) which might impact on signing of players.  




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IMO I wouldn't take any notice of being relegation candidates.  Why us? seeing that we didn't finish as low as some others.  Yes we didn't score enough goals, but how many chances did we create, i'm pretty sure we have got more results if we had taken more of those chances.  Macclesfield would be favourites for me, purely based on financial issues (non payment of wages) which might impact on signing of players.  


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IMO I wouldn't take any notice of being relegation candidates.  Why us? seeing that we didn't finish as low as some others.  Yes we didn't score enough goals, but how many chances did we create, i'm pretty sure we have got more results if we had taken more of those chances.  Macclesfield would be favourites for me, purely based on financial issues (non payment of wages) which might impact on signing of players.  


We didn't finish as low as others but look at the circumstances. Morecambe confess to having a tiny budget whilst it is constantly banded about that ours is "competitive". You have to look at what is being done to compensate for the poor finish. FGR had ambition and threw money at it to finish in the play offs. Notts County being full of disinterested journeymen bought Macclesfield a reprieve but as a young player, I would jump up at the chance to work with Sol Campbell and Andy Cole, even if they may get sacked come November. If a team like Macclesfield or Morecambe go down it is sort of expected so doesn't look as disastrous on the CV as being involved in a relegated Notts County team for example.

Judging by Jolley's recruitment so far I think we will be trying to sign players from this league and above rather than taking a punt on some players from below who have had to work hard and know what it is like to work a full day to make ends meet. A player from below would jump up at the opportunity of a chance in the league whereas a player from this league or the one above might think a bad season could be the end of them as a professional footballer.

It has been awfully quiet from the club and given how much further along we were this season as opposed to last, I would have expected some bodies through the door by now.
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I don’t recall us ever doing a lot of business early, and I think it’s largely related to having a mediocre, at best, budget to work with.

The reality is that better players will have interest from a number of clubs and are in no rush to make a decision in case a better offer comes along. The only way around that really is throw enough money at them that they simply can’t afford not to accept it on the spot.

Evidently, we’re not going to be doing that which does mean that you wait longer and / or miss out on your main targets. As others have called out, there’s a difference between hope and expectation but I’m certainly not expecting anything different to the last few summer transfer windows; a couple of interesting looking signings and a base of solid but ultimately unexciting ones, and maybe a left field punt or two.

I don’t think that will be enough to take us from where we are to anything like troubling the play-offs, and though I’d love to be proved wrong I just can’t make a case for it.


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Northampton have signed Nicky Adams and Alan McCormack today. Two quality signings. A double signing like that on top of that Warburton lad they signed means they're OFFICIALLY GOING FOR IT™. Expect them to be pushing for promotion this season.
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Expect them to be pushing for promotion this season.


Just like Chesterfield and Notts County were.  
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Just like Chesterfield and Notts County were.  


I don’t know why, but seeing the Cobblers fall through the trapdoor would give me pleasure.


Through the door there came familiar laughter,
I saw your face and heard you call my name.
Oh my friend we're older but no wiser,
For in our hearts the dreams are still the same.
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I don’t know why, but seeing the Cobblers fall through the trapdoor would give me pleasure.


Aye, I've got a bit of a dislike of them due to Ian Atkins being a classless cunt after the playoff final.


Fentys out
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Just like Chesterfield and Notts County were.  

Haha, very true!
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David Wheater apparently going to Salford. Ridiculous signing.

Another one that looks like a quality signing is Jevani Brown going from Cambridge to Colchester.

Scunny started going about their business pretty well too.

Ryan Lowe raiding Bury.

The promotion race looks set to be a bit tougher this season, in my opinion.
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David Wheater apparently going to Salford. Ridiculous signing.

Another one that looks like a quality signing is Jevani Brown going from Cambridge to Colchester.

Scunny started going about their business pretty well too.

Ryan Lowe raiding Bury.

The promotion race looks set to be a bit tougher this season, in my opinion.


Highlights Bolton's woes as well. No way on earth should they lose a player like Wheater to Salford under normal circumstances.


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Highlights Bolton's woes as well. No way on earth should they lose a player like Wheater to Salford under normal circumstances.



Yep. He'd taken a 50% pay cut too during his time at Bolton, so he was obviously willing to make sacrifices for the club. I wonder if Salford beat any L1 teams to his name.
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Yep. He'd taken a 50% pay cut too during his time at Bolton, so he was obviously willing to make sacrifices for the club. I wonder if Salford beat any L1 teams to his name.


Probably also location was a factor in his signing as well.

Maybe he is also a United fan so might be a boyhood dream to play for the class of 92  
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Getting paid on time might have been a factor as well!
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Personally I think players will be more difficult to attract this season. Going into last season we had the momentum of Jolley's great escape in the last 10 games as something to build on.

Fast forward a year and we have the same manager but stuttered to a 17th place finish, scored very few goals. In fact, you take 4 games out of it (Yeovil, Notts County, Tranmere, Newport) and goals for column is even shambolic.

There is no momentum and if we want to attract up and coming players, our plodding along is not going to help their career as we look like falling through the trap door sooner rather than later.  We are favourites for relegation and Jolley can't deny responsibility for our league position last season.
Thing is we cant compete with the likes of some in league 2 who pay decent wages but if its a choice between 2 clubs that are offering similar wages I think our history will play to our advantage. Hence players would love to play for Grimsby and more so if they have a connection to the area in some capacity eg family/friends.



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Not to be a Debbie Downer, but I’m not sure our history has much pulling power these days. Most players are barely old enough to remember us being a second tier team.

Anyway, I’m happy with our business so far.


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But just remember how many on this board were saying how good Notts County would be with the team they had on paper. We all know what happened to them.


If the football is bad you can always watch the gulls.
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If we have a bit of success this season by reaching the play offs at least,

Better players will want to sign for us because either we will be in L1 next season or will have a good chance of promotion the following season if we have just missed out.

Thats as long as MJ stays with us and is not lured away by a big club like Shrewsbury.

Also if the new stadium build has started that would go in our favour as well.


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Why is everyone so obsessed with signing new players. Apart from perhaps a centre back and a full back l think he has his squad. Why do we need big name players with big wage demands. Leicester won the premiership with very few players, and Accrington won promotion on a very low budget. Trust in your managers judgement, he's better equipped to assess what he needs than you or l. I think the players he has brought in , plus the youth and Whitehouse will be better than those that have gone.
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Quoted from Rasen 17
Why is everyone so obsessed with signing new players. Apart from perhaps a centre back and a full back l think he has his squad. Why do we need big name players with big wage demands. Leicester won the premiership with very few players, and Accrington won promotion on a very low budget. Trust in your managers judgement, he's better equipped to assess what he needs than you or l. I think the players he has brought in , plus the youth and Whitehouse will be better than those that have gone.


I'm with you on this...
I actually think if we don't sign another player before the window slam shuts we have a better squad, including the young guns coming through, than we've had since being back in the league...
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The squad last year may be likeable but they were rubbish and nowhere near good enough to get anywhere near the playoffs. We need big improvements if we are going for more than a relegation scrap. Harsh to say but the table doesn't lie!


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Quoted from Rick12
Thing is we cant compete with the likes of some in league 2 who pay decent wages but if its a choice between 2 clubs that are offering similar wages I think our history will play to our advantage. Hence players would love to play for Grimsby and more so if they have a connection to the area in some capacity eg family/friends.


I'm sorry and don't want to sound disrespectful to the thousands of loyal fans that have supported GTFC for many years and for some all their lives but before I moved to the area 12yrs ago from Peterborough having lived there for seven years and before that Boston for fourtyfive years and apart from the short time Boston was in the league I couldn't have told you what previous history Grimsby Town FC had and at what level they had ever played at until I moved up here. I've been a Town season ticket holder for a number of years now and watch all home games and travel to quite a few away days. This club is infectious, I'm now a fully converted Mariner.

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I'm with you on this...
I actually think if we don't sign another player before the window slam shuts we have a better squad, including the young guns coming through, than we've had since being back in the league...


I disagree. We still need some quality players if we want to compete for the play offs. We need at least 1 more centre back, cover at full back, at least one quality centre midfielder, perhaps of an attacking type, and an attacking wide player.


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Agree with some of the thoughts above and agree that the squad is much better than last season. We carry a far greater attacking threat and with whitehouse coming back plus our younger players having an extra years experience and full pre season under there belts things are looking good.

However, i also agree that the squad is not finished yet. With only Young Pollock as our only backup at CB when we have released 2 and not signed any as replacements yet and only having Ring at LB, when he should be backup himself suggests we are at least 2 players short.

I also feel that 1 more midfielder/winger would be suitable as we lost Woolford, Welsh, Rose and Embleton in this area with only Ogbu and Hewitt signed.

On this basis think we are still 3 short
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Not to be a Debbie Downer, but I’m not sure our history has much pulling power these days. Most players are barely old enough to remember us being a second tier team.

Anyway, I’m happy with our business so far.


I agree with this. I'm nearly 20 and I can only half remember the near miss in 2006, that's as good as it's got in my Town watching career! The days of the second tier, Wembley doubles and winning at Anfield are becoming ancient history relatively.


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I'm sorry and don't want to sound disrespectful to the thousands of loyal fans that have supported GTFC for many years and for some all their lives but before I moved to the area 12yrs ago from Peterborough having lived there for seven years and before that Boston for fourtyfive years and apart from the short time Boston was in the league I couldn't have told you what previous history Grimsby Town FC had and at what level they had ever played at until I moved up here. I've been a Town season ticket holder for a number of years now and watch all home games and travel to quite a few away days. This club is infectious, I'm now a fully converted Mariner.



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I'm sorry and don't want to sound disrespectful to the thousands of loyal fans that have supported GTFC for many years and for some all their lives but before I moved to the area 12yrs ago from Peterborough having lived there for seven years and before that Boston for fourtyfive years and apart from the short time Boston was in the league I couldn't have told you what previous history Grimsby Town FC had and at what level they had ever played at until I moved up here. I've been a Town season ticket holder for a number of years now and watch all home games and travel to quite a few away days. This club is infectious, I'm now a fully converted Mariner.

I suppose Iam a bit bias as I have family from the area and a bit of a fooball statto as I love reading about the history of the game .

I know in some instances having spoken to some players our history and family connections have played a key part in them signing for Grimsby.


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We were relegated from the second tier in 2003. To put that into perspective, McKeown was 13, Clifton was 5, Pollock was still in nappies and Green was 16.

The "growing up, Grimsby were a big team" line that often gets strung is getting less believable with each passing season now.

Hessenthaler might have a memory, given his dad played at that level.

We have been at League 2 or below since the summer of 2004 so most players will have grown up knowing Grimsby as a lower/non-league team.
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Starting in 1955 I have seen Town apply for re=election,

Get relegated then relegated followed by promotion and promotion relegated promoted !!!!!!!!

We never seemed to stand still for more than a period of 5 years or more,

Since leaving the now championship it has been all downhill 6 years non league then back into the league,

It's time we had another promotion or two and if we can keep MJ long enough and move into our new stadium we might have enjoy a few years of looking up and not down.


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Starting in 1955 I have seen Town apply for re=election,

Get relegated then relegated followed by promotion and promotion relegated promoted !!!!!!!!

We never seemed to stand still for more than a period of 5 years or more,

Since leaving the now championship it has been all downhill 6 years non league then back into the league,

It's time we had another promotion or two and if we can keep MJ long enough and move into our new stadium we might have enjoy a few years of looking up and not down.


Indeed the longest we have ever spent in terms of consecutive seasons in any division was
9 seasons in total 1892-1901 in the original Division Two. I am sure you will remember that long stint well Pete.  

Since then the longest in any one division is 7 seasons again both in the second division.  

We are probably due some more movement in one direction or other in the next couple of years!
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Stolen from elsewhere, but ins/outs to date. Fees are taken from Transfermrkt...

Bradford City:

In


Matt Palmer - Rotherham (Loan)

Ben Richards-Everton - Accrington (Free)

James Vaughan - Wigan (Free)

Paudie O'Connor - Leeds United (Free)

Zeli Ismail - Walsall (Free)

Sam Hornby - Port Vale (Free)

Clayton Donaldson - Bolton (Free)

Tyler French - AFC Sudbury

Jackson Longridge - Dunfermline

Adam Henley - Free Agent



Out


Ryan McGowen - Sydney FC (Free)

Nathaniel Knight-Percival - Carlisle (Free)

Josh Wright - Leyton Orient (Free)

Calum Woods - Tranmere Rovers (Free)

Tom Clare - Boston United (Free)

Ben Wilson - Coventry (Free)

Billy Clarke - Released

Callum Gunner - Released

Adam Chicksen - Released

Cameron Hawkes - Released

Alex Jones - Released

Paul Caddis - Released





Cambridge United:

In


Callum Burton - Hull City (Free)

Kyle Knoyle - Swindon Town (Free)

Harvey Knibbs - Aston Villa (Free)

Luke Hannant - Port Vale (Free)



Out

Jevani Brown - Colchester United (£315k)

Jake Carroll - Motherwell (Free)

Emmanuel Osadebe - Macclesfield (Free)

Brad Halliday - Doncaster (Free)

David Amoo - Port Vale (Free)

Matthew Foy - Released

Lee Watkins - Released

David Forde - Released

Sam Squire - Released





Carlisle United:

In


Christie Elliott - Partick Thistle (Free)

Harry McKirdy - Aston Villa (Free)

Nathaniel Knight-Percival - Bradford City (Free)

Byron Webster - Scunthorpe United (Free)

Jack Iredale - Morton (Free)

Jack Bridge - Northampton (Free)

Jonathan Mellish - Gateshead (Free)





Out

Richie Bennett - Port Vale (Free)

Macauley Gillesphey - Brisbane Roar (Free)

Anthony Gerrard - Chesterfield (Free)

Jamie Devitt - Blackpool (Free)

Tom Parkes - Exeter City (Free)

Peter Grant - Morton (Free)

Liam McCarron - Leeds United

Danny Grainger - Retired

Jason Kennedy - Released

Arthur Gnahoua - Released

Gary Miller - Released

Gary Liddle - Released

George Glendon - Released





Cheltenham Town:

In


Charlie Raglan - Oxford United (Free)

Reuben Reid - Forest Green (Free)

Tahvon Campbell - Forest Green (Free)

Daniel Bowry - Charlton Athletic (Free)

Rohan Ince - Free Agent



Out

Jordon Forster - Dundee (Free)

Nigel Atangana - Exeter City (Free)

Manny Duku - Torquay United (Free)

Kevin Dawson - Forest Green (Free)

Matt Bower - Bath City (Free)

Johnny Mullins - Retired

Tyrone Barnett - Released

Rakish Bingham - Released

Liam McAlinden - Released





Colchester United:

In


Jevani Brown - Cambridge United (£315k)

Omar Sowunmi - Yeovil (£11k)

Luke Gambin - Luton Town (free)

Michael Fernandes - Farnborough (Free)

Paris Cowan-Hall - Wycombe (Free)

Matthew Weaire - Brighton (Free)



Out

Brennan Dickenson - MK Dons (Free)

Ben McNamara - Maldon (Free)

Sam Warde - Sligo Rovers (Free)

Rene Gilmartin - Bristol City (Free)

Paul Rooney - Dover Athletic (Free)

Noah Chesmain - Maidstone (Free)

Sammie Szmodics - Bristol City (Free)

Will Wright - Dag & Redbridge (Free)

Frankie Kent - Peterborough

Mikael Madron - Released

Aaron Barnes - Released

Ryan Gondoh - Released





Crawley Town:

In


Mason Bloomfield - Norwich City (Loan)

Jack Powell - Maidstone (Free)

Ashley Nadesan - Fleetwood (Free)

Beryly Lubala - Birmingham City (Free)

Jordan Tunnicliffe - AFC Fylde (Free)

Nathan Ferguson - Dulwich Hamlet



Out

Yusuf Mersin - Dover Athletic (Free)

Bondz N'Gala - Released





Crewe Alexandra:

In


Daniel Powell - Northampton (Free)

Olly Lancashire - Swindon Town (Free)



Out

Jordan Bowery - MK Dons (Free)

Michael Raynes - Hartlepool United (Free)

Goerge Ray - Tranmere (Free)

Alex Nicholls - Released

Ben Garratt - Released





Exeter City:

In


Robbie Cundy - Bristol City (Loan)

Lewis Ward - Reading (Free)

Nigel Atangana - Cheltenham Town (Free)

Nicky Ajose - Charlton Athletic (Free)

Gary Warren - Yeovil (Free)

Tom Parkes - Carlisle United (Free)

Jonny Maxted - Accrington (Free)

Alex Fisher - Yeovil (Free)



Out

Luke Croll - Dag & Redbridge (Free)

Hiram Boateng - MK Dons (Free)

Christy Pym - Peterborough (Free)

Max Smallcombe - Released

James Hamon - Released

James Oates - Released





Forest Green Rovers:

In


Taylor Allen - Nuneaton (Free)

Matt Mills - FC Pune City (Free)

Kevin Dawson - Cheltenham Town (Free)

Adam Smith - Bristol Rovers (Free)

Aaron Collins - Morecambe (Free)

Ebou Adams - Ebbsfleet

Liam Kitching - Leeds United



Out

Christian Doidge - Hibs (£250k)

Tahvon Campbell - Cheltenham Town (Free)

Reuben Reid - Cheltenham Town (Free)

Lee Collins - Yeovil (Free)

Reece Brown - Huddersfield (Free)

Isaac Pearce - Weston-Super-Mare (Free)

Fabien Robert - Gloucester (Free)

Scott Laird - Weston-Super-Mare (Free)

Paul Digby - Stevenage

Jordan Simpson - Released

Haydn Hollis - Released

Gavin Gunning - Released





Grimsby Town:

In


Elliott Hewitt - Notts County (Free)

Moses Ogbu - Al-Ain (Free)

James Hanson - AFC Wimbledon (Free)

Matt Green - Salford City (Free)



Out

Alex Whitmore - AFC Fylde (Free)

Reece Hall-Johnson - Northampton (Free)

JJ Hooper - Wrexham (Free)

Martyn Woolford -Released

Wes Thomas - Released

Danny Collins - Released





Leyton Orient:

In


Josh Wright - Bradford City (Free)

Lee Angol - Shrewsbury

Conor Wilkinson - Dag & Redbridge



Out

Macauley Bonne - Charlton Athletic (£200k)

Jay Simpson - Nea Salamis (Free)

Charlie Grainger - Dulwich Hamlet (Free)

Alex Lawless - Ebbsfleet (Free)

Josh Koroma - Huddersfield

Charlie Lee - Released





Macclesfield Town:

In


Joe Ironside - Kidderminster (Free)

Jacob Blyth - Barrow (Free)

Jak McCourt - Swindon Town (Free)

Emmanuel Osadebe - Cambridge United (Free)



Out

Tyrone Marsh - Boreham Wood (Free)

Ryan Lloyd - Port Vale (Free)

Jamie Grime - Ebbsfleet (Free)

Harry Smith - Northampton

Ebo Andoh - Released

Jared Hodgkiss - Released

Rhys Taylor - Released

Liandro Martis - Released

Keith Lowe- Released

Stelios Dimitriou - Released

Shamir Mullings - Released

Koby Arthur - Released





Mansfield Town:

In


Andy Cook - Walsall (£1.5bn)

Dion Donohue - Portsmouth (Free)

Nicky Maynard - Bury (Free)



Out

David Mirfin - Retired

Zayn Hakeem - Released

Will Atkinson - Released

Ben Turner - Released





Morecambe:

In


Michael Howard - Preston (Free)

John O'Sullivan - Blackpool (Free)

Cole Stockton - Tranmere (Free)

Tom Brewitt - AFC Fylde (Free)



Out


Ben Hedley - Bradford PA (Free)

Adam Campbell - Darlington (Free)

Vadaine Oliver - Northampton (Free)

Aaron Collins - Forest Green (Free)

Zak Mills - Oldam

David Szczepaniak - Released

James Sinclair - Released





Newport County:

In


Kyle Howkins - West Brom (Free)

Corey Whitely - Ebbsfleet (Free)

Tom King - Millwall (Free)

Marvel Ekpiteta - Hungerford (Free)

Daniel Leadbitter - Bristol Rovers (Free)

Lazar Stojsavljevic - Millwall (Free)
George Nurse - Bristol City (season long loan)



Out

Andrew Crofts - Yeovil (Free)

Joe Day - Cardiff City (Free)

Dan Butler - Peterborough (Free)

David Pipe - Retired

Will Randall - Released

Tyler Hornby-Forbes - Released





Northampton:

In


Matthew Warbuton - Stockport (Free)

Nicky Adams - Bury (Free)

Chris Lines - Bristol Rovers (Free)

Ryan Watson - MK Dons (Free)

Reece Hall-Johnson - Grimsby Town (free)

Vadaine Oliver - Morecambe (Free)

Joe Martin - Stevenage (Free)

Alan McCormack - Luton Town (free)

Steve Arnold - Shrewsbury

Harry Smith - Macclesfield

Charlie Goode - Scunthorpe United



Out

Jack Bridge - Carlisle (Free)

Ash Taylor - Aberdeen (Free)

Luke Coddington - Chesterfield (Free)

John-Joe O'Toole - Burton Albion (Free)

David Buchanan - Chesterfield (Free)

Shay Facey - Walsall (Free)

Daniel Powell - Crewe (Free)

Aaron Pierre - Shrewsbury

Joe Laciofano - Released

Sam Foley - Released

James Goff- Released

Dean Bowditch - Released






Oldham Athletic:

In


Gregor Zabret - Swansea (Loan)

Gary Woods - Hamilton (Free)

Alex Iacovitti - Nottingham Forest (Free)

Zak Mills - Morecambe



Out

George Edmundson - Rangers (£700k)

Rob Hunt - Swindon Town (Free)

Jose Baxter - Released

Jay Sheridan - Released

Dan Gardner - Released

Andy Taylor - Released

Jonathan Benteke - Released

Peter Clarke - Released

Chinedu Uche- Released





Plymouth Argyle:

In


Joe Edwards - Walsall (Free)

Will Aimson - Bury (Free)

Danny Mayor - Bury (free)

Dom Telford - Bury



Out

Freddie Ladapo - Rotherham (£500k)

Jamie Ness - Dundee (Free)

Graham Carey - CSKA Sofia - (Free)

Ruben Lameiras - Famalicao (free)

Ryan Edwards - Blackpool (Free)

Alex Battle - Released

Dan Rooney - Released

Paul Anderson - Released

Harry Hodges - Released

Lionel Ainsworth - Released





Port Vale:

In


Richie Bennett - Carlisle United (Free)

Ryan Lloyd - Macclesfield (Free)

David Amoo - Cambridge United (Free)

Scott Burgess - Bury (Free)

Mark Cullen - Blackpool (Free)

Adam Crookes - Nottingham Forest (Free)

Kieran Kennedy - Wrexham (Free)



Out

Sam Hornby - Bradford (Free)

Luke Hannant - Cambridge United (Free)

Dior Angus - Barrow (Free)

Antony Kay - Released

Dan Turner - Released

Mike Calveley - Released

Harry Benns - Released

Michael Tonge - Released

Theo Vassell - Released

Ricky Miller - Released

Danny Elliiott - Released





Salford City:

In


Richie Towell - Brighton (Free)

Joey Jones - Eastleigh (Free)

Oscar Threlkeld - Bevern (Free)

Florian Yonsian - Rochdale



Out

Matt Green - Grimsby (Free)

Gus Mafuta - Hartlepool (Free)

Devonte Redmond - Wrexham (Free)

Danny Livesey - Chester (Free)

Anthony Dudley - Chester (Free)

Jack Redshw - Released

Amine Linganzi - Released





Scunthorpe United:

In


Jake Eastwood - Sheffield United (Loan)

Kgosi Ntihe - Rochdale (Free)

Andy Butler - Doncaster (Free)

Alex Gilliead - Shrewsbury



Out

Josh Morris - Fleetwood (Free)

Byron Webster - Carlisle (Free)

Charlie Goode - Northampton

Jonathan Flatt - Released





Stevenage:

In


Jamie Fielding - Hastings United (Free)

Jason Cowley - Bromsgrove (Free)

Chris Stokes - Bury (Free)

Tyler Denton - Leeds United

Charlie Carter - Chesterfield

Paul Digby - Forest Green



Out

Joe Martin - Northampton (Free)

Luke Williamson - Yeovil (Free)

William Appleyard - Halifax Town (Free)

Ronnie Henry - Billericay (Free)

Johnny Hunt - Hamilton (Free)

Alex Revell - Retired

Jamal Campbell-Ryce - Released

Donovan Makoma - Released

Michael Timlin - Released

Mark McKee - Released

Oliver Byrne - Released





Swindon Town:

In


Adam May - Portsmouth (Loan)

Jerry Yates - Rotherham (Loan)

Daniel Ballard - Arsenal (Loan)

Tyler Reid - Swansea (Free)

Mathieu Baudry - MK Dons (Free)

Rob Hunt -Oldham (Free)

Zeki Fryers - Barnsley (Free)



Out

Kyle Knoyle - Cambridge United (Free)

Jak McCourt - Macclesfield (Free)

Olly Lancashire - Crewe (Free)

Matthew Taylor- Retired

James Dunne - Released

Marc Richards - Released

Jordan Young - Released

Lawrence Vigouroux - Released (BOOOOO )

Jordan Edwards - Released

Martin Smith - Released

Sol Pryce - Released

Chris Robertson - Released





Walsall:

In


Jack Rose - Southampton (Loan)

Cameron Pring - Bristol City (Loan)

Stuart Sinclair - Bristol Rovers (Free)

James Hardy - AFC Fylde (Free)

Shay Facey - Northampton (Free)

Elijah Adebayo - Fulham (Free)

Jack Kiersey - Everton (Free)

James Clarke - Bristol Rovers (Free)

Mat Sadler - Shrewsbury (Free)

Danny Guthrie - Free Agent

Wes McDonald - Free Agent



Out

Andy Cook - Mansfield Town (£1.5bn)

Nicky Devlin - Livingston (Free)

Luke Leahy - Bristol Rovers (Free)

Kieron Morris - Tranmere (Free)

Chris Dunn - Maidenhead (Free)

Cameron Peters - Bromsgrove (Free)

Joe Edwards - Plymouth (Free)

Zeli Imsail - Bradford City (Free)

Tobias Hayles-Docherty - Released

Omar Mussa - Released

Jon Guthrie - Released

Jordon Sangha - Released

Isiah Osbourne - Released

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Mansfield Town:

In

Andy Cook - Walsall (£1.5bn)


No wonder they didn't want to disclose the fee
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No wonder they didn't want to disclose the fee

Hahaha ah yeah, I was supposed to amend that.
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I agree with this. I'm nearly 20 and I can only half remember the near miss in 2006, that's as good as it's got in my Town watching career! The days of the second tier, Wembley doubles and winning at Anfield are becoming ancient history relatively.


I'm one of the few on here who can still remember our last Championship winning season. 1979/80, 40 years ago this season! What a game that was when we beat Sheffield United 4-0 and the players were carried off the field. A very distant fading memory now though.

I wonder how much longer it will be until we witness another Championship winning season.



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