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Aldershot manager Kevin Dillon wants five new signings

Kevin Dillon
Dillon joined the Shots as manager in November 2009

Aldershot manager Kevin Dillon is aiming to add five more players to his squad in the next three weeks.

Trialists Scott Murray and Glenn Little have joined the League Two club as the side started pre-season training.

Dillon told BBC Surrey: "I'm looking to add five more and if I can get them in before the Bristol City friendly, I'll be more than happy.

"There's no definite decisions being made, but if they do well this week we'll take them to Millfield with us."

The Shots head to the Somerset school for a training camp next Monday.

Dillon has also signed midfielders Luke Guttridge and Jack Randall, left-back Jamie Vincent and defender Darren Jones this summer, and says he is content with his transfer dealings so far.

"When you look at the lads that left, with the exception of Scott Donnelly, most of them weren't in the team at the end of the season," Dillon said.

"I'm pleased with the players we've brought in to replace them."



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see also
Shots sign Vincent and Guttridge
02 Jul 10 |  Aldershot
Shots snap up Palace's Randall
22 Jun 10 |  Aldershot
Aldershot sign Hereford's Jones
21 Jun 10 |  Aldershot
Harper among nine leaving Blades
17 May 10 |  Sheff Utd
Murray goes in Yeovil clear-out
13 May 10 |  Yeovil


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