Whilst Carlisle United made two signings on transfer deadline day, what were their rivals up to?

Here's a handy run-down of all the new additions made by the other 23 clubs in League Two yesterday.


The south Cumbrians made two signings from Leeds United. Midfielders Jordan Stevens and Robbie Gotts, both 21, signed permanent deals at Holker Street.

Bradford City

The Bantams moved late in the window to bring in well-travelled frontman Theo Robinson from Port Vale.

Bristol Rovers

Three new faces at the Memorial Stadium, as Joey Barton snapped up Antony Evans, Leon Clarke and Junior Brown, with free agent Glenn Whelan also set to join.

Colchester United

The U's added to their ex-Ipswich contingent by signing attacker Armando Dobra on a season-long loan from the Tractor Boys.

Crawley Town

QPR midfielder Amrit Bansal-McNulty joined the Red Devils on a four-month loan.

Exeter City

Bournemouth midfielder Kyle Taylor made a permanent switch to St James' Park.

Forest Green Rovers

No new arrivals on deadline day for the League Two leaders.

Harrogate Town

The Sulphurites beat a number of League Two clubs to clinch the loan return of Sunderland winger Jack Diamond.

Hartlepool United

Shortly after facing Carlisle in the Papa John's Trophy, Pools confirmed the arrival of young Stoke defender Eddie Jones on loan.

Leyton Orient

The Os made two deadline-day additions: ex-Wimbledon midfielder Callum Reilly, and Millwall loan defender Alex Mitchell.

Mansfield Town

Stoke defender Will Forrester joined the Stags on loan along with Richard Nartey, also a defender, on loan from Burnley.

Newport County

Two midfielders landed on loan by the Exiles: Jake Cain from Liverpool, and Ollie Cooper from Swansea.

Northampton Town

Aston Villa loan defender Dominic Revan was the Cobblers' only deadline-day signing.

Oldham Athletic

There were no further additions for Latics boss Keith Curle before yesterday's deadline.

Port Vale

No deadline-day moves at Vale Park, where Cheltenham striker George Lloyd arrived on loan on Monday.


A quiet day at Spotland with no new arrivals.

Salford City

Carlisle's next opponents brought in former Sunderland and Shrewsbury defender Donald Love on a permanent deal, having also drafted in Hull loan defender Andy Smith the day before.

Scunthorpe United

Hull midfielder Harry Wood and Middlesbrough midfielder Hayden Hackney bolstered the Iron on deadline day.

Sutton United

Millwall striker Isaac Olaofe, whose goals helped Sutton to the National League title last season, rejoined the EFL new boys on loan.


Lincoln left-back Max Melbourne was the latest new face to join Stevenage on a half-season loan.

Swindon Town

Brentford forward Alex Gilbert joined Swindon in a season-long loan move.

Tranmere Rovers

The busiest fourth-tier club on deadline day. The Wirral outfit brought in experienced striker Nicky Maynard on a permanent deal, signed Middlesbrough striker Stephen Walker on loan, and later added experienced midfielder Mark Duffy on a short-term deal along with Celtic loan full-back Lee O'Connor.


Barnsley striker George Miller signed for the Saddlers on a season-long loan