Stickied Confirmed Signings

Master D

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We've just signed Joe Quigley.
Looking at his record its not exactly a signing that makes me think our goal scoring problems will be sorted anytime soon.
I'm sure we've had him at some point. All he ever does is go on loan to Conference sides for about 5 games.
 

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Bradley Bauress has signed for Southport.
The step up from whatever league Witton Albion are in to the National League was too big for him. Clearly had ability, but his decision making was poor and he seemed a bit light-weight. Might do a job in the National North though.
 

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We've managed to keep hold of a decent number of players this summer, much better than previous. Still have Hodgkiss, Lowe, Fitzpatrick, Durrell, Lloyd, Whitaker, Wilson, Blissett, Marsh, Arthur from last year. And added a handful of new recruits to that as well.

How we'll get on, i'm not sure. Really happy with Mark Yates coming in as gaffer, should hopefully continue the footballing style of Askey, but with maybe a more physical side to us too. I think we'll survive, but don't think it will be comfortable most of the season!
 

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We've managed to keep hold of a decent number of players this summer, much better than previous. Still have Hodgkiss, Lowe, Fitzpatrick, Durrell, Lloyd, Whitaker, Wilson, Blissett, Marsh, Arthur from last year. And added a handful of new recruits to that as well.

How we'll get on, i'm not sure. Really happy with Mark Yates coming in as gaffer, should hopefully continue the footballing style of Askey, but with maybe a more physical side to us too. I think we'll survive, but don't think it will be comfortable most of the season!
Good luck .. made up that you tossed off all the moneyed sides last season.
 

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We’ve signed Jonny Smith on a season long loan from Bristol City.. he was at Fylde last year and I think he was the tricky quick winger but looking for someone to correct me?

He’ll link up well with Rowe again well..
 

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And Kingsley James has signed for Guiseley. On the evidence of his time at Barrow (I know others would disagree), he's easily good enough for the National League, and will dominate in a lower division next season.
You're probably right as he (and others) were so poor for us last season because they allegedly downed tools.
 
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We’ve signed Jonny Smith on a season long loan from Bristol City.. he was at Fylde last year and I think he was the tricky quick winger but looking for someone to correct me?

He’ll link up well with Rowe again well..
Very good young player. Lightweight but rapid. Was our biggest threat going forward last season. Created so many goals from dragging people out of position. Not sure he’s good enough for football league yet but a good player none the less
 
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Nuneaton have signed former Guiseley man James Wesolowksi.

They have also signed goalkeeper Joslain Mayebi. There is a blast from the past for all Wrexham fans!
Perhaps Weso has the skills to deal with the Rugby Club barriers?
They'll only see him actually playing football about one game in ten as he's made of glass.
The season before last he was out for months after tripping and falling off the coach at an away game
 
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Sutton United have signed Jonah Ayunga on a two-year deal.
From the Sutton website:
“We are really pleased with Jonah signing, as we were really looking for another young forward who we could develop and improve and Jonah certainly fits the bill. He reminds me of the Tommy Wright and Josh Taylor profile of young players that are hungry to do well and are prepared to work very hard to succeed. He certainly impressed us on Saturday and has also trained very well in the last two weeks since pre-season started.
He’s 6’3″, quick and has had a good grounding at Brighton, including a valuable loan spell in the Irish premier league last season. David Hughes once again has proved invaluable in making this deal happen, as he understands the culture of our club and feels Jonah can progress quickly with Sutton United. By signing a two-year deal it gives Jonah the chance to really develop and we think with Bairdy’s influence he can be a great addition to our squad.”
Jonah was also delighted to sign a two year deal with the club. “I got a phone call from the gaffer on Monday afternoon after training and was buzzing to know that he wanted me, and what he feels I can achieve here. I’ve really enjoyed my two weeks here and can’t wait to help the team this season.”
 

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