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Wednesday, August 01, 2018

News Round Up



Chester striker Anthony Dudley says there's plenty of winners in the Blues' changing room after joining on a season-long loan deal from big-spenders Salford. Dudley told the Chester Chronicle his game-time would be limited at Salford so linked up with former bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley.

Southport have signed Dean Winnard in a player-coach role, with the 28-year-old defender having almost 300 Football League appearances under his belt with Accrington Stanley and Morecambe. Manager Liam Watson told the club's website that he's always admired Winnard because of his desire to win, his ability to play in any position across the back four and his character were the main reasons in snapping him up.

AFC Telford United captain Shane Sutton says there are no excuses if they fail to make significant progress this season. The 29-year-old centre-half told the Shropshire Star manager Gavin Cowan has brought in some 'unbelievable players' who are all on the same wavelength with the squad 'really settled'.

FC United of Manchester's Development Fund raised over £137k in 2017-18. They money from the fund is used to help the club grow, with the club using it to replace costly temporary facilities on hire, such as a laundry under the main stand, a toilet block in the Lightbowne Road stand and catering facilities in the Nuthurst Road/Saint Marys Road corner.

Nuneaton Borough have parted company with former Swansea City and Crystal Palace midfielder Kemy Agustien before making his competitive debut for the club. Agustien parted by mutual consent with Club Secretary Adam Etheridge dispelling rumours that other players had left the club.