How did Lincoln City's Skrill Premier rivals do on transfer deadline day?
The transfer deadline has past, there are no more permanent deals to be done now until January, so how have Lincoln City’s opponents in the Skrill Premier come out of it?
Well, deadline day itself was quiet. Just two new players entered the division on the day, one went out, while two moved between clubs.
Here is the lowdown and also what clubs have been up to before the window slammed shut.
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The last bit of negotiating by U’s boss Richard Money saw former Norwich City defender Michael Spillane arrive on a one-year deal back on August 23.
Aside from that, it was a quiet deadline day at the Abbey Stadium
Bees boss Edgar Davids was quiet on deadline day, with no movement at the Hive Stadium.
He last bothered the secretary for some contract forms back at the start of August, when he secured Elliot Johnson and Luke Gambin on extend deals.
High-flying Nuneaton, who beat Grimsby Town 2-1 last Saturday, were also transfer shy, with no deals offered up.
Maybe beating Grimsby was enough to make Nuneaton boss Kevin Wilkin feel happy with how his squad is?
All quiet at Sincil Bank. Imps boss Gary Simpson still wants a target man, but he looks to be keeping his power dry and seems set to wait.
He has sent out teenage striker Conner Robinson out on loan to Gainsborough Trinity, and Jordan Thomas and Karl Cunningham could also be set for loan moves soon.
The Sandgrounders have not made any moves since picking up former Blackburn Rovers forward Osayamen Oswae at the start of August.
Louis Almond is suffering an injury at the moment, but the club are hoping he will pull through rather than look for a replacement.
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Shock at village side Forest Green Rovers as they actually let a player go, rather than drag another one in, and it’s former Imp Paul Green who is moving on to pastures new.
The utility player has moved to Hereford United on loan until the end of September. He has yet to play for Forest Green this season.
Along with Paul Green, the bulls snapped up Crewe Alexandra midfielder Michael West at the end of August.
It culminates a busy summer for the Bulls who brought in Kingsley James, Rhys Evans, Danny Leadbitter, Frankie Artus and Sam Gwynne in July.
Defender Alan Goodhall joined the Mariners on deadline day as joint managers Rob Scott and Paul Hurst look to stiffen up at the back.
Goodhall, 31, has arrived on a month-long loan from Fleetwood Town. He is the third defender to join the Mariners in the last few months, with former York City man Chris Doig and Clayton McDonald all penning deals this summer.
The Iron made no last ditch deals.
Striker Marcus Carver signed a one-month loan deal for Halifax on transfer deadline day.
The teenage forward has arrived from Accrington Stanley having played 17 games in League Two.
Striker Paul Benson arrived at the end of August on a season-long loan from Swindon Town.
Out the door for the Hatters is Lathaniel Rowe-Turner. The left-back joined Alfreton Town on deadline day on a loan deal which will see him at the Reds until January.
Kiddy boss Steve Burr had a quiet August, with no movement in any direction.
After a long summer of rebuilding, Rowe-Turner was the last deal done at the Impact Arena.
The Wings have not made any signings.
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Lincoln City’s opponents this weekend made no last-ditch signings ahead of travelling up to Sincil Bank.
However, they have already added to their ranks since the start of the season.
Full-back Glenn Beleizka, 18, joined on a month’s loan from Oldham Athletic, while centre-back Angus MacDonald, 20, was snapped up after he was released on a free from Reading.
Also heading in this season has been Jake Thomson from Newport County. The Trinidad & Tobago international was on loan at Lincoln City last season.
Defender Josh Hill arrived in the middle of August, but on transfer deadline day there was no moves down at Princes Park.
The Dragons may not have brought anyone in, but a tidy bit of deadline-day business saw them pocket a reported fee of £200,000 as they sold Bradley Reid to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 17 year old has made only nine appearances for Wrexham in his time with the club.
The Lambs were quiet on deadline day.
In August, though, they secured the services of ex-Luton defender Wayne Thomas and former Mansfield midfielder Andy Todd.
With no manager there were no deals at the Gateshead International Stadium.
The Heed have been without a boss since Anth Smith resigned a week after the season started.
Former Walsall man George Bowerman arrived at the Cards last week.
However, aside from that it was a quiet day at Kingfield.
A bit of business two days before the transfer window closed saw Lewis Chalmers return to Macclesfield.
The midfielder left Moss Rose in the summer of 2012 and went on to have spells at Radcliffe Borough, FC United of Manchester and Droylsden.
However, aside from him, there were no other moves.
The Deva Stadium side pulled off the most eye-catching deal of recent weeks by snapping up former Premier League defender Danny Higginbotham.
The 34-year-old came through the youth set up at Manchester United and went on to play for Derby County, Southampton, Stoke and Sunderland.
He was last on contract at Sheffield United, but has not been involved under new manager David Weir.
However, Higginbotham aside, there were no deadline day deals.
Aside from former Lincoln City loan signing Louis Almond before the start of the new season on a season-long loan, it was all quiet.
Aldershot’s only signing in recent weeks has been loan signing on Portsmouth winger Jack Maloney.
The Shots are still rock bottom, but they have eaten into their 10 point deduction to sit on minus three points now.