Eurosport-Yahoo!'s team-by-team guide to the 2011/12 League Two season.
10/11 Season: Conference champions, and reached the fifth
round of the FA Cup.
Strengths: Backing. The 'Non-league' Manchester City tag
was a lazy one, but Crawley have much-needed funds at a time when others are
struggling. The team already know how to beat league opponents, and teams often
step up to League Two with few problems.
Weaknesses: Expectation. Crawley are short-priced favourites for
the title in unchartered territory - can they put another stellar season
Key man: Matt
Tubbs - His 37 conference goals last season helped secure league football with
plenty to spare for the Red Devils. Can he form a successful partnership with
new arrival John Akinde?
Ins: John Akinde (Bristol City), Hope
Akpan (Everton), Tyrone Barnett (Macclesfield), Scott Davies (Macclesfield),
Wesley Thomas (Cheltenham Town), Jamie Day (Rushden & Diamonds, David Hunt (Brentford), Charlie Wassmer (Hayes & Yeading)
Outs: James Dance (Luton Town), Nicholas
Jordan (Weymouth), Ben Wright (Braintree Town), Jamie Cook (Bath City), Sam
Rents (Gateshead), Richard Brodie (Fleetwood), Simon Rusk (Retired), Simon Masterton (Released), Danny Hall (Released), Craig McAllister (Released)
10/11 Season: 24th in League One, relegated
Strengths: Contacts. Paolo di Canio's name alone has given
Swindon a chance to lure names from Italy and England who might otherwise have
given The County Ground a miss.
Weaknesses: Inexperience. Di Canio was not an obvious choice for
manager, and in his first appointment anything could yet happen.
Key man: Matt
Ritchie - the left-winger was voted player of the season in a torrid campaign,
and committed his future to the club in the middle of the season.
Ins: Alessandro Cibocchi
(Portosummaga), Alan Connell (Grimsby), Mattia Lanzano (Gavorrano), Alberto
Comazzi (Spezia), Raffaele De Vita (Livingston), Joe Devera (Barnet), Alan McCormack (Charlton), Etienne Esajas (Free Transfer), Ibrahim Atiku (Ethnikos Piraeus), Oliver Risser (Kuopion Palloseura), Mehdi Kerrouche (Naval), Jonathan Smith (York)
Outs: Elliot Benyon (Wycombe Wanderers,
loan), Scott Cuthbert (Leyton Orient), Jonathan Douglas (Brentford), Jean
Lecsinel (Sheffield United), David Prutton (Sheffield Wednesday), Alan Sheehan
(Notts County), Michael Rose (Colchester United), Jon-Paul McGovern (Carlisle United), Scott Cuthbert (Leyton Orient), Vincent Pericard (Released), Alan O'Brien (Released), Milan Misun (Released), Jakub Jesionkowski (Released), David Lucas (Released)
10/11 Season: 12th in League Two
Strengths: Settled. Oxford had a solid season on their
return to the league last year, and have added some experience to their squad
in the summer.
Weaknesses: Away form. Oxford managed just six league wins on the
road last season, and will be relying on the likes of Michael Duberry to add
some composure on away days.
Key man: Jon-Paul
Pittman - the 24-year-old striker arrives at the Kassam from Wycombe Wanderers
with a point to prove. If he gets a regular start he has an eye for goal
Ins: Peter Leven (MK Dons), Tony
Capaldi (Morecambe), Jon-Paul Pittman (Wycombe Wanderers), Deane Smalley
(Oldham Athletic), Andrew Whing (Leyton Orient), Michael Duberry (St
Johnstone), Ryan James (Grays Athletic), Liam Davis (Northampton Town), Wayne Brown (SuperSport United)
Outs: Simon Eastwood (Halifax Town),
Jack Midson (AFC Wimbledon), Matt Green (Mansfield - loan), Mark Creighton (Wrexham), Sam Deering (Barnet), Mitchell Hanson (Released), Djoumin Sangare (Released)
10/11 Season: 22nd in League One, relegated
Strengths: Manager. Buckle is a talented young manager who
knows the division well, having overseen Torquay's promotion back up, and
almost their play-off victory in the last campaign.
Weaknesses: Overhaul. Relegation to the fourth tier of English
football has seen huge changes at the Memorial Ground, and it may take a while
to blend a team together.
Key man: Scott
Bevan - Buckle has gone back to his previous club to bring his first-choice
keeper to Rovers.
Ins: Kayne McLaggon (Salisbury City),
Scott Bevan (Torquay United), Lee Brown (QPR), Mustapha Carayol (Lincoln City),
Lance Cronin (Gillingham), Matthew Gill (Norwich City), Matt Harrold
(Shrewsbury Town), Scott McGleish (Leyton Orient), Michael Smith (Ballymena
United), Craig Stanley (Morecambe), Adam Virgo (Yeovil Town), Chris Zebroski
(Torquay United), Michael Boateng (Carshalton Athletic), Cian Bolger (Leicester City - loan)
Outs: Harry Pell (Hereford United), Danny
Coles (Exeter City), Will Hoskins (Brighton), Jeff Hughes (Notts County), David
McCracken (St Johnstone), Gavin Williams (Yeovil Town), Dominic Blizzard (Released), Jean-Paul Kalala (Released), Jack McKenna (Released), George Booth (Released), Carl Regan (Released), Jerel Ifil (Released), Danny Senda (Released), Darryl Duffy (Released), Mike Green (Released)
10/11 Season: 16th in League Two
Strengths: Resources. Northampton have bucked the trend of
a number of sides in the division and recruited extensively after a
disappointing season last time out.
Weaknesses: Draws. 19 draws in 46 League Two clashes last term
were responsible for leaving the team just five points clear of relegated
Key man: Gary
Johnson - the Northampton boss had two months at the end of last season to get
to know his team, and despite leaving Peterborough on less than glowing terms,
his managerial record has been strong.
Ins: Arron Davies (Peterborough
United), Sam Walker (Chelsea), Nick McKoy (Kettering Town), Lewis Young (Burton
Albion), Adebayo Akinfenwa (Gillingham), Nana Ofori-Twumasi (Peterborough
United), Jake Robinson (Shrewbury Town), Ben Tozer (Newcastle United), Paul
Turnbull (Stockport County), Byron Webster (Doncaster Rovers)
Outs: Chris Dunn (Coventry City),
Francis Laurent (Lincoln City), Paul Rodgers (Newport County), Liam Davis (Oxford United), Michael Uwezu (Released), Billy McKay (Inverness), Courtney Herbert (Corby), Malachi Farquharson (Chasetown), Dean Beckwith (Released), Abdul Osman (Released), Ben Islam (Released), Charlie Death (Released), Guillem Bauza (Exeter City), Seb Harris (Released), Alex Konstantinou (Released), Leon McKenzie (Released), Marcus Hall (Released)
10/11 Season: 4th in League Two
Strengths: Manager. Graham Turner's return to the team he
played for and managed in the 1970s and 1980s coincided with a rise up the
table from 16th to 4th.
Weaknesses: Pressure. The Greenhous Meadow has been the subject of
much debate among fans and Shrewsbury residents alike, but it was not built to
play host to League Two football.
Key man: Mark
Wright - 14 goals from midfield made Wright the club's top scorer last season
after a successful switch from Bristol Rovers.
Ins: Reuben Hazell (Oldham Athletic),
Joe Jacobson (Accrington Stanley), Marvin Morgan (Aldershot Town), Carl Regan (Bristol Rovers), Matt Richards (Walsall), Terry Gornell (Accrington Stanley)
Outs: Kevin McIntyre (Accrington
Stanley), Craig Disley (Grimsby Town), Matt Harrold (Bristol Rovers), Jake
Robinson (Northampton Town), Benjamin van den Broek (Den Bosch), Harry Hooman (Cheltenham), Danny Taylor (Airbus UK), Nathan Elder (Released), Kelvin Lomax (Released), David Raven (Released)
10/11 Season: 8th in League Two
Strengths: Pedigree. Only goal difference denied the Gills
a play-off place last season, and few know the club better than Andy
Hessenthaler, in his second stint in charge.
Weaknesses: Pressure. Despite going
close last term, Gillingham were expected by many to bounce straight back into
League One, and the pressure will be even greater at the second attempt.
Key man: Charlie
Lee - The 24-year-old defender has looked a promising player even since his
young days in the Spurs set-up, and his big-money arrival from Peterborough
United is the Gills' biggest piece of transfer business, and a good foil for
Ins: Adam Birchall (Dover Athletic), Charlie
Lee (Peterborough United), Matt Fish (Dover Athletic), Ross Flitney (Dover
Athletic), Andy Frampton (Millwall), Danny Kedwell (AFC Wimbledon), Lewis
Montrose (Wycombe Wanderers), Chris Whelpdale (Peterborough United), Dean Rance (Bishops Stortford)
Outs: Josh Gowling (Lincoln City), John
Nutter (Lincoln City), Tony Sinclair (Lincoln City), Adebayo Akinfenwa
(Northampton Town), Andrew Barcham (Scunthorpe United), Lance Cronin (Bristol
Rovers), Alan Julian (Stevenage), Chris Palmer (Burton Albion), Kevin Maher (Released), Chris Palmer (Burton Albion), Bruce Inkango (Released), Andy White (Released), Mark McCammon (Released), Mark Bentley (Released)
10/11 Season: 18th in League Two
Strengths: Home support. On average 11,127 fans turned up
to Valley Parade despite their side languishing near the foot of the table.
Weaknesses: The playing squad. Last
season's disappointment saw the end of year awards cancelled - but new boss
Jackson has been busy snapping up free transfers.
Key man: Ritchie
Jones - Jones had his moments in the Oldham midfield in last season's League
One campaign, and snubbed a new deal there to join up with Bradford. The
24-year-old needs to take his new team by the scruff of the neck
Ins: Ritchie Jones (Oldham Athletic),
Nialle Rodney (Nottingham Forest), Guy Branston (Torquay), Chris Mitchell (Falkirk),
Mark Stewart (Falkirk), Ross Hannah (Matlock Town), Martin Hansen (Liverpool), Nahki Wells (Carlisle United)
Outs: Tommy Doherty (Newport County),
Gareth Evans (Rotherham United), Lenny Pidgeley (Exeter City), Jake Speight
(Wrexham), Jonathan Worthington (Mansfield Town), Chris Elliot (Released), Omar Daley (Released), Shane Duff (Released), Chibuzor Chilaka (Released), Ryan Harrison (Released), Lloyd Saxton (Released), Louis Horne (Released)
10/11 Season: 9th in League Two
Strengths: Goals. Only two teams managed more goals than
Rotherham in League Two last season.
Weaknesses: A thin squad. At present
there are just 18 outfield players on the Millers' books.
Key man: Adam
Le Fondre - the striker look set to stay at Rotherham, and given the 50 goals
he's struck in the last two seasons, it's just as well.
Ins: Conrad Logan (Leicester City),
Lewis Grabban (Brentford), Troy Brown (Ipswich Town), Gareth Evans (Bradford
City), Luke Foster (Stevenage), Chris Holroyd (Brighton), Ben Pringle (Derby
County), Danny Schofield (Millwall)
Outs: Kevin Ellison (Morecambe),
Nicholas Law (Motherwell), Ryan Taylor (Bristol City)
10/11 Season: 2nd in Conference, promoted via play-offs
Strengths: Support. AFC Wimbledon will be most fan's second
club in the division, and there'll be no shortage of support for the team's
first league campaign.
Weaknesses: The loss of Danny Kedwell.
Kedwell struck 24 goals for the Dons last season, and his impact will be missed
now he's at rivals Gillingham.
Key man: Jamie
Stuart - named as captain by Brown for the season because 'nobody works harder'
than the 34-year-old.
Ins: Charles Ademeno (Grimsby Town),
Jack Midson (Oxford United), Mathew Mitchel-King (Crewe Alexandra), Max Porter
(Rushden), Gareth Gwillim (Dagenham & Redbridge), Chris Bush (Brentford)
Outs: Steven Gregory (Bournemouth), Ed
Harris (Dover Athletic), Danny Kedwell (Gillingham), Mark Nwokeji (Havant and
Waterlooville), Delano Sam-Yorke (Basingstoke Town), Ismail Yakubu (Newport
County), Jon Main (Tonbridge Angels), Kaid Mohamed (Cheltenham Town)
10/11 Season: 11th in League Two
Strengths: Depth. Port Vale had by the standards of the
division a full squad, and have added to it so far this summer.
Weaknesses: Instability. Micky Adams has
had four manager's jobs since 2008, while Port Vale have had five different
bosses since 2007.
Key man: Marc
Richards - At Port Vale since 2007, Richards has been the club's top scorer for
the past three seasons.
Ins: Ryan Burge (Doncaster Rovers),
Michael Green (AFC Totton), Kingsley James (Sheffield United), Clayton McDonald
(Walsall), Phil Roe (Sheffield United), Ben Williamson (Hyde FC)
Outs: Matthew Bell (Mansfield Town),
Ritchie Sutton (Mansfield Town), Kris Taylor (Darlington), Justin Richards (Burton Albion), Anthony Malbon (Newcastle Town), Kristian Cox (Released)
10/11 Season: 13th in League Two
Strengths: Finances. Southend have spent two years fighting
for their future, but they begin this campaign without questions about their very
Weaknesses: Firepower. Only Barry Corr
managed to get into double-figures for Southend last season, and the club will
hope that new arrival Neil Harris enjoys an Indian summer on the coast.
Key man: Kane
Ferdinand - if the Shrimpers can hold on to the midfielder for another season,
the 19-year-old cousin of Rio and Anton could be one of the division's stars.
Ins: Neil Harris (Millwall), Jemal
Johnson (Lokomotiv Sofia), Alassane N'Diaye (Crystal Palace), Liam Dickinson (Barnsley), Ryan Leonard (Plymouth)
Outs: Craig Easton (Released), Louie Soares (Released), Adam Bouzid (Released), Miquel Comminges (Released), Johnny Herd (Released), Rhys Evans (Released)
10/11 Season: 10th in League Two
Strengths: Manager. Gradi, now 70, plays attractive,
attacking football, and oversaw a side which were involved in 152 league goals
Weaknesses: Striker. Clayton Donaldson
scored 28 times to become the division's top scorer, but he has now left for
Brentford and Crewe have yet to replace him.
Key man: Shaun
Miller - in Donaldson's absence it will fall upon Miller (19 league goals last
season) to increase his tally.
Ins: Alan Martin (Free Agent)
Outs: Patrick Ada (Kilmarnock), Joel
Grant (Wycombe Wanderers), Mathew Mitchel-King (AFC Wimbledon), Clayton
Donaldson (Brentford), Calvin Zola (Burton Albion), Lewis Short (Released), Danny Blanchett (Released), Bartek Fogler (Released), Ashley Westwood (Released)
10/11 Season: 23rd in League One, relegated
Strengths: (Lack of) Expectation. So miserable were the
last two seasons for Plymouth on and off the pitch that there will be patience
at Home Park.
Weaknesses: Depth. Plymouth's squad is
paper-thin, and the change of ownership has not yet led to a flurry of signings.
Key man: Peter
Reid - It could take an alchemist to turn Plymouth's fortunes around, but
despite presiding over the club's second successive relegation, Reid appears
committed to the cause.
Ins: Luke Daley (Norwich City), Ladjie
Soukouna (Creteil), Robbie Williams (Rochdale), Conor Hourihane (Ipswich Town), Jake Cole (Barnet)
Outs: Kari Arnason (Aberdeen), Joe Mason
(Cardiff City), Bondzanga N'Gala (Yeovil Town), Yannick Bolasie (Bristol City),
Chris Clark (Aberdeen), Ryan Leonard (Southend), Anton Peterlin (Walsall), Steve MacLean (Yeovil), Karl Duguid (Colchester United), Damien Johnson (Huddersfield - loan), Rory Patterson (Linfield - loan), Liam Head (Released), Rory Fallon (Released), Jim Paterson (Released), Luke Summerfield (Released), Marcel Seip (Released), Krisztian Timar (Released), Ollie Chenoworth (Released)
10/11 Season: 16th in League Two
Strengths: Momentum. Barnet were beaten just twice in their
last nine games last season to beat the drop - form like that should see to an
easier time of things this year.
Weaknesses: Goalkeeper. There's plenty
of pressure on inexperienced 19-year-old Liam O'Brien between the sticks, and
for now only 18-year-old Tom Coulson to provide competition.
Key man: Steve
Kabba - 10 league goals from Kabba helped the club beat the drop, and Kabba has
signed a deal to commit his future to the club.
Ins: Mark Byrne (Nottingham Forest), Danny Senda (Bristol Rovers),Sam Deering (Oxford United)
Outs: Joe Devera (Swindon Town), Reece Yorke (St Albans City), Jake Cole (Plymouth), Tom Coulton (Released), Ryan Scott (Released), Kofi Lockhart-Adams (Released), Danny Kelly (Released), Charlie Stimson (Released), Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe (Released), Glen Southam (Released), Rossi Jarvis (Released)
10/11 Season: 7th in League Two
Strengths: Hard to beat. Torquay tasted defeat on just 11
occasions last season, and could have finished some way higher in the table had
they converted more of their 18 draws into victories.
Weaknesses: Change of manager. Paul
Buckle has overseen Torquay punching above their weight - whether Ling can keep
that up may take time.
Key man: Ian
Morris - Brought in to strengthen Torquay's midfield, Morris could be the lucky
charm for Torquay, having featured in three successful promotions in his career
Ins: Ian Morris (Scunthorpe), Martin
Rice (Truro City), Rene Howe (Peterborough United), Chris McPhee (Kidderminster
Harriers), Joe Oastler (QPR), Robert Olejnik (Falkirk), Brian Saah (Cambridge
United), Taiwo Atieno (Free Agent)
Outs: Scott Bevan (Bristol Rovers), Guy
Branston (Bradford City), Chris Zebroski (Bristol Rovers), Danny Potter
(Newport County), Ed Palmer (Truro City - loan), Scott Taylor (Released)
10/11 Season: 14th in League Two
Strengths: Manager. Holdsworth made a bright start to his
Aldershot tenure, losing just four league games.
Weaknesses: Home form. With just eight
victories at the Recreation Ground last year in the league, Aldershot will need
to improve considerably if they are to escape mid-table.
Key man: Luke
Guttridge - Player of the Season in his first year with the Shots, diminutive
midfielder Guttridge could once again prove crucial this term.
Ins: Bradley Bubb (Farnborough), Jamie
Collins (Newport County), Michael Rankine (York City), Jonathan Smith (York
City), Ross Worner (Charlton Athletic), Aaron Brown (Leyton Orient), Jake Taylor (Reading - loan)
Outs: Jordan Clement (Maidenhead
United), Ben Harding (Wycombe Wanderers), Marvin Morgan (Shrewsbury Town), Tim
Sills (Basingstoke Town), Damian Spencer (Grimsby Town), Doug Bergqvist (Farnborough - loan), Reece Connolly (Farnborough - loan), Jamie Vincent (Didcot Town), John Halls (Wycombe Wanderers), Mikhael Jaimez-Ruiz (Released), Clayton Fortune (Released), Jack Randall (Released), Wade Small (Released), Ben Harding (Wycombe Wanderers)
10/11 Season: 5th in League Two
Strengths: Home form. 15 wins and 5 draws from their 23
league games made Accrington a force to be reckoned with at the Crown Ground.
Weaknesses: Away form. Just three wins
on the road all season - marginally better and they might have secured
Key man: John
Coleman - the Stanley manager had the vision to play 4-2-3-1 last season, and
it led to one of the club's most successful seasons in recent times.
Ins: Kevin McIntyre (Shrewsbury Town),
Daniel Coid (Blackpool), Kurtis Guthrie (Trinity), Kern Miller (Barnsley - loan)
Outs: Andy Owens (Southport), Sean
McConville (Stockport County), Jonathan Bateson (Macclesfield), Joe Jacobson
(Shrewsbury Town), Jimmy Ryan (Scunthorpe United), Terry Gornell (Shrewsbury Town), Phil Edwards (Stevenage)
10/11 Season: 21st in League One, relegated
Strengths: Continuity. Despite the drop, there's been a
minimum of activity in or out of Victoria Road, so the task of rebuilding will
be with the same players who secured promotion to League One in 2010.
Weaknesses: Vincelot's departure. The
one man to leave, defender Romain Vincelot, will be a blow, with the Frenchman
not only strong at the back, but also ending the previous season as top league
goalscorer for the club.
Key man: Mark
Arber - the South African is the club skipper, and has been a crucial part of
the club since his arrival in 2007.
Ins: Rob Edmans (Chemsford City), Medy
Elito (Colchester United)
Outs: Romain Vincelot (Brighton), Gareth Gwillim (AFC Wimbledon), Charlie Allen (Notts County)
10/11 Season: 21st in League Two
Strengths: Signings. Stefan Stam and Harry Pell are former
Hereford loans who have made their switches permanent, while Delroy Facey
should add valuable experience.
Weaknesses: Momentum. Hereford won just
one of their last nine matches last term, and none of their last five, a dip in
form which at one point threatened their survival.
Key man: Stuart
Fleetwood - A clear favourite for Player of the Year last season, the former
Wales under-21 striker made an instant impact after moving from Charlton.
Ins: Harry Pell (Bristol Rovers), Delroy
Facey (Lincoln City), Stefan Stam (Bristol Rovers), Joe Heath (Exeter City)
Outs: Ryan Valentine (Telford)
10/11 Season: 20th in League Two
Strengths: Style. The Shrimps drew plaudits from rival
teams last season for the style of their play under Bentley.
Weaknesses: Firepower. With just 54 goals last time out, Morecambe
struggled to find the back of the net, and are looking to remedy that with
Lewis Alessandra's arrival.
Key man: Barry
Roche - Morecambe's goalkeeper has scooped player of the season awards in the
past, and the club captain has been a calming presence between the sticks since
Ins: Lewis Alessandra (Oldham
Athletic), Kevin Ellison (Rotherham United), Gary McDonald (Hamilton), Izak
Outs: Adam Rundle (Darlington), Tony
Capaldi (Oxford United), Craig Stanley (Bristol Rovers), Scott Brown (Released), Laurie Walker (Released), Gavin Clark (Released), Chris Wraighte (Released), Stuart Hendrie (Released), Neil Wainwright (Released), Chris Shuker (Released), Andy Holdsworth (Released)
10/11 Season: 19th in League Two
Strengths: Experience. Burton have beaten the drop on their
two first seasons of league football, and the experience gathered will be
crucial to repeating the trick if things get tight late in the season.
Weaknesses: Goalkeeper. Having sold Adam
Legzdins to Derby in the summer, it looks as if the keeping duties will fall to
48-year-old Kevin Poole unless Albion can make a late signing.
Key man: John
McGrath - having roamed the Burton midfield for the past four years, the
pressure will be on captain McGrath to lead the club to safety once again.
Ins: Chris Palmer (Gillingham),
Cleveland Taylor (St Johnstone), Tom Parkes (Leicester - loan), Justin Richards (Port Vale) Calvin Zola (Crewe)
Outs: Lewis Young (Northampton Town),
Adam Legzdins (Derby County), Russell Penn (Cheltenham)
10/11 Season: 15th in League Two
Strengths: Knowledge. Macclesfield are preparing for their
13th League Two campaign, making them the division's longest-serving team.
Weaknesses: Home form. Just 25 goals
from 23 home matches in League Two last term, it was unsurprising that Macclesfield
won just six times.
Key man: Gary
Simpson - To Simpson's credit, he has kept Macclesfield on an even keel despite
tragedies in consecutive seasons befalling the club, with the premature deaths
of then-manager Keith Alexander and midfielder Richard Butcher.
Ins: Waide Fairhurst (Doncaster
Rovers), Arnaud Mendy (Derby County), Jonathan Bateson (Accrington Stanley),
Scott Kay (Manchester City), Ben Tomlinson (Worksop Town), Tom Fisher (Stockport)
Outs: Tyrone Barnett (Crawley Town),
Hamza Bencherif (Notts County), Paul Bolland (Mansfield Town), Izak Reid
(Morecambe), Matt Lowe (Nantwich Town), Sam Cook (Released), Ricky Sappleton (Released), Max Lonsdale (Released), Jason Beardsley (Released), Liam Davies (Released)
10/11 Season: 17th in League Two
Strengths: Manager. Yates has not been afraid to take tough
decisions, such as releasing stalwart Shane Duff last year, and led the team to
an improved league placing in his first full season in charge.
Weaknesses: Defence. Any side that ships
77 goals in a season, as Cheltenham did last term, have major work to do at the
Key man: Alan
Bennett - former Ireland international Bennett will be called upon to add some
steel to the Cheltenham defence.
Ins: Alan Bennett (Wycombe Wanderers),
Sido Jombarti (Bath City), Kaid Mohamed (Bath City), Russell Penn (Burton
Albion), Harry Hooman (Shrewsbury Town), Bagasan Graham (Free Agent), Marlon Pack (Portsmouth)
Outs: Martin Riley (Mansfield Town),
Frankie Artus (Grimsby Town), Wesley Thomas (Crawley Town), Josh Egan (Blackpool), John Melligan (Released), Jake Lee (Released), Daniel Lloy-Weston (Released)