Manager Paul Hughes did minimal business on signing deadline day, bringing in 21 year-old midfielder Emmanuel Adebiyi while also recalling skipper Liam McDevitt from his loan spell at Beaconsfield Town for the tough run-in.
On the departure front, Samir Bajja who has been playing for Westfield under dual registration, has left to sign for fellow Southern Premier South side Hendon.
As we reach the final month of the season, Manager Paul Hughes has agreed an extention of midfielder Jordan Ngalo's loan with Aldershot Town and he will now remain with United until the end of the current campaign.
Also joining the United ranks on a temporary basis is former Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Marcin Brzozowski who comes in on a short term loan from National League side Torquay United.
Loanee midfielder Elis Watts has returned to Aldershot Town and has immediately been loaned out once more, this time to Weston-super-Mare.
We thank Elis for his two months here at United and take this opportunity to wish him well in his future career.
Last nights postponed fixture against Salisbury at the SKYex has been rearranged for Tuesday 5th April, kick off 19:45.
Tonights game at the SKYex has been postponed by the referee due to the amount of rain that has fallen on the pitch today and is continuing to do so.
The pitch appeared to be playable about an hour before the inspection but with rain continuing to fall the referee made the decision to call the game off.
A new date will be advised once agreed with Salisbury and the Southern Football League.
Manager Paul Hughes has added two new faces to his United squad as the final push for promotion looms large with United having just 9 games to go to hold on to the top position in the Southern Premier South.
First to arrive was combative midfielder Josh Payne from Barnet who those at this seasons county cup tie between the two sides would have seen plying his trade for the Bees.
The second arrival is former Tottenham striker Shayon Harrison who joins having ended his short term contract with League One side Morecambe in January. He has previously also played for AFC Wimbledon plus had spells in Australia and Holland.
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