AFC Telford United

Steve Kittrick wants to keep star men midfielder Godfrey Poku and former Blues frontman Tony Gray but the pair have offers from elsewhere and could leave the relegated Bucks.

Ex-Chester full-back Wes Baynes looks to be on a long list of players heading out of New Bucks Head.

"I like to leave players for a few days after the season has finished, because they have to collect their thoughts and see where they are looking," Kittrick told the Shropshire Star.

Aldershot Town

New manager Barry Smith wasted no time starting the summer clear-out, showing the door to midfielder Mark Molesley and strikers Andre McCollin and Josh Scott.

Ex-Dundee boss Smith has offered contracts to 'five or six' players but said some will need to accept wage cuts or join the exodus.

Altrincham Town

Lee Sinnott has released back-up keeper David Parton, midfielders Peter Cavanagh and Sean Williams, and strikers Kyle Perry and Steven Gillespie.

Dangerous frontman Damian Reeves heads the list of those remaining with the Moss Lane club.

Braintree Town

Ex-Concord Rangers boss Danny Cowley has replaced Alan Devonshire in the Iron's hot-seat after eight years with the Canvey Island club.

"I think it's a fantastic job and wouldn't have taken it if I didn't believe that I could take the club forward, especially after the progress made over the last four years," said Cowley.


Despite relegation, keeper Deren Ibrahim, midfielders Elliot Bradbrook and Ryan Hayes, and forwards Danny Harris and Tom Bradbrook have agreed new deals. Ex-Wales international keeper Jason Brown is leaving Prince's Park, however.

Dover Athletic

Whites captain Connor Essam, England C keeper Mitch Walker, midfielders Liam Bellamy and Nicky Deverdics, defender Sean Francis and forward James Poole have been offered new deals but are still to sign.

Chris Kinnear does have eight players under contract: keeper Andrew Rafferty, defenders Richard Orlu, Sean Raggett, Tom Wynter and Tyrone Sterling, and forwards Ricky Modeste, Stefan Payne, and Tom Murphy.

FC Halifax Town

Shaymen manager Neil Aspin plans to overhaul his squad in response to a disappointing season with two-thirds of his squad out of contract, including centre-back Marc Roberts and powerful midfielder Lois Maynard, who are both hoping to move into the Football League.

"We need to change a lot of personnel because if you’ve got players who have to play above themselves to compete, you can only do that for so long," Aspin told the Halifax Courier.

Forest Green Rovers

James Norwood heads the list of players leaving the New Lawn after boss Ady Pennock announced his retained list.

Goalkeeper Sam Russell, defender Luke Oliver, midfielder Keiron Forbes and forward Stuart Fleetwood are departing too. Left-back Chris Stokes will be leaving

Centre-back Aarran Racine, midfielder Corby Moore, keeper Paul White and full-back Tom Bender have been offered new deals.

Kidderminster Harriers

Long-serving keeper Danny Lewis, defender Kevin Nicholson and midfielder Callum Gittings have left the cash-strapped Harriers.

Aggborough boss Gary Whild has six senior players under contract and faces having to rebuild his squad on a budget reported to have been halved.


Paul Carden, who has dismissed talk of him moving to Tranmere Rovers as number two should Gary Brabin's appointment be confirmed, has re-signed targetman Richard Brodie.

"Richard is a big part of my plans and it was important we agreed the deal early as he has been attracting attention across the country," said Carden.

Torquay United

Nine players have departed Plainmoor as Chris Hargreaves begins his extensive rebuilding job. Keeper Martin Rice, defenders Aaron Downes, Dale Tonge, Krystian Pearce and Thomas Cruise, midfielders Courtney Cameron and Mickey Parcell, and forwards Duane Ofori-Acheampong and Elliot Benyon are off to pastures new.


Experienced trio Adam Newton, John Nutter and Kevin Betsy have decided to hang up the boots and retire.

Cards boss Garry Hill could have further rebuilding with both centre-bank Joe McNerney - who has turned down a new deal - and midfielder Josh Payne linked with possible moves to Football League clubs.