Danny Rowe signs new contract with AFC Fylde
Keeping hold on Danny Rowe would always be a tough test for AFC Fylde. However, that’s exactly what the newly promoted National League side have done. Rowe who scored an amazing 50 goals last season has penned a two-year deal to stay at Mill Farm. Rowe, unsurprisingly, made his way into the National League North team of the season last year and scooped the player of the season award fending off competition from Danny Lloyd (who recently moved to League 1 Peterborough) and one of the Silkmen’s latest recruits Keith Lowe who also made the team of the season.
Fylde rejected offers from League One clubs to keep the striker who is close to becoming the clubs all-time record goalscorer. The striker is joined by former Lincoln forward Jack Muldoon who also signed for the Coasters this week.
Leyton Orient get down to business
After Francesco Bechetti sold Leyton Orient to a consortium led by Nigel Travis, the London club haven’t wasted any time in bringing in summer signings. The O’s have signed striker David Mooney, defenders Joe Widdowson and Jake Caprice and midfielder Charlie Lee to bolster their ranks as the club attempt to return to the football league at the first time of asking.
Striker Mooney is back at the club, after his last spell with the O’s almost ended in promotion. Charlie Lee and Joe Widdowson both have football league experience to their name whilst Jake Caprice has National League experience as he signs from Woking.
Wrexham sign Premier League striker
Ntumba Massanka has re-signed for the Dragons on a sixth month loan from Premier League side Burnley. The young striker impressed on a loan spell at the Racecourse Ground last season. The striker scored a spectacular overhead kick in his spell with the welsh side, which won the clubs goal of the season award.
When speaking about returning to Wrexham, Massanka said: “It’s great to be back! Hopefully we can make this a season to remember”.