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Thursday, June 28, 2018

News Round Up

The signing of defender James Clifton means Alfreton Town's squad is almost complete. New boss Heath told the Derbyshire Times after 18 quality players as he rebuilds the side, and there are two more new faces expected this week to all but complete his player hunt.

New football operations manager at Telford United, Luke Shelley, has told the Shropshire Star the club will do everything in its power to make next season a success. He says the new management team have got their heart and soul in the club and there's a good base to create something successful.

Solihull Moors have made their first summer signing by completing the capture of defender Alex Gudger from Brackley Town. The 25-year-old is Tim Flowers’ first signing as Moors boss, after being appointed as manager last week.

Former Hereford defender Nathan Summers is targeting the title with new club Evesham United. 22-year-old Summers told Gloucestershire Live that he's looking forward to kicking on next season as he's still young, and there's no reason why Evesham can't win the Southern League West Division as they've always been a strong side in the league.

Midfielder Ben McKenna has become the tenth player to agree terms with Bradford Park Avenue for next season. The 25-year-old returns for his second spell at the Horsfall Stadium, signing from league rivals Curzon Ashton, having spent three months with the club during the 2016/17 season.

New signing John Pritchard is excited that Chester face Liverpool in a preseason friendly, with the Champions League finalists committing to bringing a number of first team players who aren't on World Cup duty. Left-sided player Pritchard joins the Blues from Ashton United and told the Chester Standard that playing for a bigger club comes bigger responsibility.