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Saturday, June 23, 2018

News Round Up



York City's boss is hoping for a pre-season cash boost on the same day the club announced they'd sold only 550 season tickets for their last campaign at Bootham Crescent - less than half of the number Hereford have sold. Both sets of supporters have until the end of the month to pay discounted 'early bird' prices, but boss Martin Gray told the York Press he's hoping pre-season derby clashes against Bradford City, Barnsley and Leeds United will help swell his playing budget.

AFC Fylde have broke their transfer record fee as they agreed to sign Kidderminster Harriers and England C captain Ryan Croasdale for £50,000. 23-year old Croasdale is hoping to return to the Football League and told the official site that this is possible with 'ambitious' Fylde.

Kidderminster Harriers could be set for a hefty transfer fee for defender Fraser Horsfall as media reports suggest both Premier League Wolves and Championship QPR are interested in his signature. The Express and Star say the fee for the 21-year old would be around £200,000.

Chorley have lost their manager Matt Jansen after he resigned with immediate effect. A statement said the club would like to put on record their appreciation for Matt's achievement over the eight years he's been at the club as a player, coach and manager and wished him all the best for the future.

Chester boss Anthony Johnson has said former Bull Kinglsey James will only leave the club if it's the 'right deal'. Despite the £1million donation as reported by Bulls News, James has been transfer listed along with Ross Hannah as Chester are keen to get the duo off their wage bill. Johnson told the Chester Standard that two clubs had made an approach for James, but neither offer came close to being acceptable.

Evesham United have snapped up three former Hereford players as they announced six new signings yesterday. Goalkeeper Harvey Rivers, attacking midfielder Joe Tumelty and defender Nathan Summers have penned deals at the Jubilee Stadium.