Matthew Barnes-Homer has left the Shots after his contract was cancelled by mutual agreement. The 30-year-old joined in the summer and made 15 appearances in his second spell with the club.
He also played eight times in a loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers between October 2015 and January 2016.
The Bluebirds have brought in ex-Macclesfield Town boss Gary Simpson as assistant manager and brought back Sean Riley as physio. The move follows the exit of first-team coach Alex Meechan, sports therapist Dan Anderton and strength and conditioning coach Paddy Maher.
Chairman Paul Casson said: “It’s sad to have to move people on, but we all believe that this is the best way forward as we strive to bring Football League Soccer back to Barrow.”
Wood have extended midfielder’s Conor Clifford contract until the end of the 2016-17 season. The fomer Chelsea, Southend and Barnet man has been one of the club’s top performers this term.
Wood boss Luke Garrard said: “Conor is a big part of my changing room and my future plans. We have ambitions at this club to not only move up the table this season but to get ourselves into a position where success becomes an expectation and not a dream.”
The managerless Ravens have signed 20-year-old winger Reise Allassani on loan from Crystal Palace. Mark Goldberg was sacked as manager last week despite leading the club to promotion last term. Assistant Neil Smith has been appointed interim boss.
Goldberg said: “I am disappointed that the Board feel a change is required as I believe we are performing to a realistic expectation considering all circumstances.”
The Whites have brought in former Welling United manager Loui Fazakerley as a coach. He has been recruited as part of Chris Kinnear’s backroom staff.
Fazakerley said: “I am very happy to join Dover as fitness coach as it keeps me involved in the game at the same level, albeit in a different role. Whilst not a lot needs changing, with my background in sports performance I really think I can come in and make some improvements to the physical performance of the players.”
The Spitfires have signed striker Matt Tubbs on loan from League Two side Portsmouth until the end of the season.
The 31-year-old has scored five times in 17 games this term for Pompey but hasn’t featured since the end of October. He is best known for his prolific spells at Dorchester Town, Salisbury City and Crawley Town
FC Halifax Town
The Shaymen have signed 26-year-old striker Waide Fairhurst on non-contract basis. The Sheffield-born frontman has had spells at Doncaster Rovers, Macclesfield Town and Lincoln City among others.
He moved to Torquay United in the summer but left them via mutual consent at the end of January.
Forest Green Rovers
Bermudan goalkeeper Dale Eve has re-signed for Rovers on a contract until the end of the season after leaving Stoke City. The 20-year-old will provide competition for Steve Arnold.
Meanwhile, teenage midfielder Louis McGrory has signed a new one-year deal. McGrory said: “I’m over the moon and happy to put pen to paper. I’ve really enjoyed the months I’ve been here and I’m looking to kick on.”
The Heed have signed ex-Hartlepool United defender Darren Holden and released Nathan Buddle via mutal consent.
Holden, 22, moved to Ross County on a two-year deal in the summer but has made only a handful of senior appearances for the Scottish Premier League side.
Buddle, 22, arrived from Carlisle United over the close season and made 16 appearances, his last coming in December’s 5-1 home defeat to Woking.
The Gulls have signed ex-Millwall winger or striker John-Prince Rylah on a non-contract basis.
Rylah has been on loan at Ryman League Division One South sides Walton Casuals and Chatham Town.
The Cards have extended Cameron Norman’s loan from Premier League outfit Norwich City until the end of the season.
The defender arrived in September and has made 18 appearances for Woking to date.