Date: 29th July 2011 at 12:25am
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Director Tony Evans claims County are close to completing deals for five new signings before the weekend.

Evans took to Twitter to ‘announce’ that striker Nick Chadwick is undergoing a medical tomorrow morning ahead of a deal, whilst Scottish full-back Ryan McCann is also on the verge of signing.

The Liverpudlian investor also stated that three more players were being brought in by manager Didi Hamann this week, but that international clearance was holding up the deals.

International clearance is something which is needed to clear players who have never played in England to sign for English clubs.

We believe one of those is defensive midfielder Euan Holden, a Scot-born American – brother of Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart.

Keep checking back on Vital tomorrow for all updates.


9 Replies to “County Close To Five Signings”

  • Not before time, lets hope we get to some of them in action at the weekend, I am starting to look forward to this season, and talks of a new ground onwards and upwards. I O COUNTY, COUNTY I O.

  • Signing some young, some old. Good mixture, but we still haven’t signed these players! Close but still not close enough!

  • Spot on iowecounty. It is a start, still need those one or two ‘names’ that are going to get a buzz about the place.

  • With you, iowe, a step at last in the right direction, can’t wait to get the season started, life is boring without County footy.

  • Getting excited now. Go, go, go Didi! (Which was scrawled on the blackboard in the toilets of the fantastic Magnet Inn on the A6. 15 real ales on offer… and a fair few County fans in there supping! Can’t imagine what it will be like following a 5-0 thumping of someone at EP this season. Go go go Didi!

  • Hope the full back is a right sided one as Lynch will be a weak link in the BSP just as he was in league two. lost count of how many goals we lost from his mistakes and inability last season

  • Ive just read that we’ve signed Nick Chadwick, Euan Holden, Ryan McCann and Sam Sheridan (from Bolton, former Ireland u19 and is now 21)

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