Jamie Cureton – Cheltenham Town
The veteran journeyman striker prepares to start for his 13th club after his transfer from Exeter in the summer. After scoring 35 goals last season, The Robins manager Mark Yates hopes he continues his excellent form in his later career in League 2, especially after Cheltenham missed out on promotion last season.

This is Bristol

This is Bristol

 

Tom Parkes – Bristol Rovers
After several seasons of being loaned out whilst at former club Leicester, Parkes has finally settled at Bristol Rovers. He dramatically improved after John Ward’s appointment, winning a Player of the Month award in February and earning the captain’s armband. If the Pirates are to compete this season, they need Parkes to provide a solid base.
And quick claim to fame, I played with him in a summer tournament when I was about 14, he’s a good player.

 

 

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BAFC.co.uk

Rory Delap – Burton Albion
The former Stoke midfielder and throw-in specialist has dropped down to League 2 this season to play for last season’s play-off semi-finalists. The 37-year-old brings a wealth of experience, having made almost 600 career league appearances and will hopefully add to a club that has lost talented winger Jacques Maghoma to Sheffield Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

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The Examiner

 

Gary Roberts – Chesterfield FC
It’s been seen as a bit of a coup for Chesterfield manager Paul Cook managing to persuade Gary Roberts to move down a league and join the project at The Proact Stadium. Roberts made 38 appearances for Swindon last season and was highly sought after whilst at Huddersfield two years ago. At 29, he’s at a great age to have a real impact at this level.

 

 

 

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ChesterfieldFC.co.uk

Tendayi Darikwa – Chesterfield FC
The 21-year-old was impressive at the Spireites last season and signed a new contract to stay at the club until 2015. With a Young Player of the Month award for December last year, Darikwa would love to add to those personal accolades this season and the Nottingham-born player is also being tracked for international football with Zimbabwe.

 

 

 

 

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This is Devon

 

Artur Krysiak – Exeter City
After his release from Birmingham three years ago, the Polish keeper has gone from strength to strength at Exeter City, cementing his status as the club’s number one. He kept 12 clean sheets last season for the Grecians, has represented his country at

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U19’s level and could be moving up the league ladder soon if Exeter do not improve this season.

 

 

 

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Sky Sports

Ryan Cresswell – Fleetwood Town
Clubs need a solid centre-back in this league is Ryan Cresswell, who was voted in the PFA Team of the Year last season whilst at Southend United, where he also finished second in their Player of the Year nominations. Now at big-spending Fleetwood Town, Cresswell will be their rock at the back to help with their promotion push under Graham Alexander.

 

 

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BoroFan

 

Mark Roberts – Fleetwood Town
Another Roberts, another player who has been tempted to move down a league to join an ambitious club in League 2. The 29-year-old has joined from Stevenage and has been given the captaincy for the new season with manager Alexander hoping he has the experience to help his side gain promotion to League 1.

 

 

 

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The FA

 

Jed Wallace – Portsmouth
The highly rated 19-year-old was tipped for a move to the Premiership in the summer but he’s committed his current future to Portsmouth after breaking through last season. The midfielder was excellent last season when played consistently from January, having contributed 6 goals and if the big clubs do come in the club can now get a fee.

 

 

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SUFC.co.uk

 

 

Hakeeb Adelakun – Scunthorpe United
After becoming the club’s youngest player at 16 years and 201 days last season, Adelakun will hope he can get more chances at Scunthorpe now they are back in League 2. Manager Brian Laws has shown in pre-season he’s willing to play the younger players, especially after losing some of the senior talents, and this young talent could shine.


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