Eight games into the season, we’ve got just enough minutes under our belt to start recognising key performers in this season’s EFL.
The FLP has teamed up with NTT20, and here, Ali takes a look at a weekend jam-packed with action in the EFL…
In the first of a series of columns by NTT20 for The Football League Paper, Ali takes a look at a weekend jam-packed with action in the EFL…
Shrewsbury have completed the signing of Norwich youngster Carlton Morris on a season-long loan.
The Sky Blues have brought in nine new players so far this summer, and 23-year-old Grimmer is the latest, having agreed a two-year deal with the club.
The issue of safe standing in the UK, which has been a cause of much debate between fans, was first raised at a Football League meeting in 2014 and the EFL confirmed then that they were open to the idea of safe standing.
The experienced front-man, 28, becomes Shrewsbury’s second signing of the summer, following Arthur Gnahoua who Paul Hurst has high hopes for.
The 27-year-old, who has captained Paul Hurst’s side this season, joined the Shrews in 2015 from Dagenham & Redbridge, and has gone on to make 79 appearances for the Shropshire side.
Newport have added striker Flo Bojaj, defender Mickey Demetriou and forward Alex Samuel to their ranks as Graham Westley continues to build a squad that can survive relegation.