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Chesterfield winger Tendayi Darikwa has signed a one-year contract extension with the newly-promoted Sky Bet League One club.
Swansea midfielder Gwion Edwards has rejoined Crawley for an undisclosed fee after impressing on loan at Broadfield Stadium.
Kilmarnock have signed former £1m-rated central defender Mark Connolly.
Yeovil have signed Cardiff City defender Ben Nugent on a loan deal until January 4.
MK Dons defender Brendan Galloway has submitted a transfer request, the club has confirmed.
West Ham United midfielder George Moncur is training with Colchester United ahead of a proposed loan deal.
Leyton Orient have signed midfielder Bradley Pritchard following his release by Charlton.
Leyton Orient's new chairman Francesco Becchetti has vowed to back manager Russell Slade in the transfer market.
Chesterfield manager Paul Cook has not ruled out the possibility of offering Romuald Boco a contract with the club.
Barry Hearn says he is "pinching himself" at the possibility of Leyton Orient competing at the top of English football after selling his stake in the club to Italian businessman Francesco Becchetti.
Fleetwood have announced the signing of Josh Morris from Blackburn on a half-season loan deal.
Sky Sports has confirmed even more live Sky Bet Football League matches for the opening weeks of the new season, including some huge derby clashes.
Notts County are waiting to discover the full extent of the injury Jimmy Spencer suffered against Arnold Town.
Paul Dickov has called Paul Quinn "unprofessional" for failing to report for pre-season training for the second successive summer.
Chesterfield continued their pre-season preparations with a 4-1 win over non-league neighbours Matlock Town.
MK Dons have confirmed that experienced defender Jay McEveley is training with the club.
Nigel Clough has not given up on bringing Kieron Freeman back to Sheffield United despite having a loan request rejected.
Fleetwood Town manager Graham Alexander insists he is not finished in the transfer market just yet.
Goalkeeper Ryan Allsop is delighted to be a Coventry player after joining the club on a half-season loan from Bournemouth last week.