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Date: 16-03-06 A sudden surge of activity
In a sudden surge of activity at the club, just in time for the Fans Forum tomorrow evening, there have been a handful of goings and comings.

Francino Francis has packed his bags at gone back to Watford, a 'real football club', where his skills will truly be appreciated.    In his short time here, which was originally supposed to be season long, he failed to impress us and will now, more than likely, be released by Watford at the end of the season.    I can't see many sides rushing for his signature.

Coming in for a crack at the big time are two players from lower League sides.

The most interesting one is Luke Reynolds who has arrived here on non-contract terms.    It was while he was at AFC Telford that he first caught the eye after scoring eighteen goals from the start of this season until he left there for Market Drayton a few weeks back after falling out with the Telford management.

It is believed that he didn't want full time football anymore and didn't like the travelling involved in going to away games.    This raises the eyebrows a little and one wonders what on earth he wants to come here for unless he has now seen sense and wants to make it in football.

At twenty six years of age he is at his prime in the game but probably a little too old to be hoping to take his career further than with us in the Conference.    Whatever his reasons then we'll just have to pray that he's the man to replace Iyseden Christie and bang a few goals in.

The other new arrival, Michael McGrath, is a total unknown to everyone and the only information we have so far is that he was once part of the Harriers youth side a couple of years back.    He has joined us from Redditch Utd and is a twenty year old midfielder with a great left foot.    Oh dear! here we go again.

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