A Look Through The Park Hall Transfer Window

As the transfer window closes once more, in this article we want to bring you up to date with the activity in and out of The New Saints of Oswestry Town during the past month.

 

IN – As always, not a great number of signings, but what we lacked in quantity we certainly made up for in quality. With Dean Ebbe and Kevin Kauber announced on the same day, they arrived at Park Hall with a wealth of experience, with the former having played for Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Shamrock Rovers and the latter an impressive career that has included two appearances on the bench for the Estonia national side. You can read more here: Saints Go International For Double Signing

 

OUT – After a spell of almost a decade at The New Saints, we said farewell to Alex Darlington as he joined Bangor City. Read the story as it broke:  The End Of An Era As Darlington Moves On

 

LOANS – Andy Wycherley continues with his season-long loan at Huws Gray Cymru Alliance side, Guilsfield. Aron Hughes Jones also extends his loan period at their league rivals, Caersws. Earlier in the season we visited the local derby clash to catch up with both of them. Check that out here: Aron Hughes-Jones Goes Head-To-Head With Andy Wycherley

Robbie Parry recently joined fellow JD Welsh Premier League side: Robbie Parry On Loan To The Seasiders

Jacob Farleigh and Matt Cole have gone on loan, the former returning to FC Oswestry Town and the latter to Huws Gray Alliance side, Gresford Athletic: TNS Duo Complete Loan Move

 

CONTRACT EXTENSIONS – We confirmed recently that Blaine Hudson and Jamie Mullan had signed contract extensions: Contract Extension News From Park Hall

In addition, we can announce that Chris Seargeant has just joined them in putting pen to paper as his TNS career continues.

 

“I’m really pleased with the dealings that we’ve done during the transfer window. I’m now looking ahead to the remaining games from now till the end of the season.”

Scott Ruscoe

 

Lead photograph: Dean Ebbe and Kevin Kauber join the champions of Wales. Credit: Brian Jones.

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