It’s already been a busy week of transfers involving National League clubs - if your eye has been off the ball because of the World Cup, we’re here to help!
Charlie Carter has signed for Chesterfield following a fantastic season for Woking.
Tim Flowers is a manager for the first time - he takes the Solihull Moors job having helped them to survive the drop last season.
Wrexham’s new manager has vowed to continue playing the waiting game if that’s what it takes - even after losing goalkeeper Chris Dunn.
Bromley’s Luke Wanadio has joined Aldershot Town, and has become the first new signing to join Gary Waddock ahead of the new season, writes Aidan Jones.
Chesterfield continue to let manager Martin Allen loose on their official website - and he’s come up with another corker!
They say never go back, but Dan Wishart has been backed to rubbish that old saying.
Mark Yates has been rewarded for pulling off a survival miracle with Solihull Moors by being given the Macclesfield Town job.
Scottish Championship side Partick Thistle have announced that Sean McGinty has signed for the club subject to international clearance, writes Aidan Jones.
Ebbsfleet United have confirmed they have secured a new training base ahead of their return to pre-season.
It’s not just National League talent moving up to play in the Football League this summer.
Sutton United manager Paul Doswell says less will be more next season.
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