After a hectic few days negotiating, Simon Haworth added several players to his squad at Evo-Stik League North play-off chasers Clitheroe ahead of the deadline.
Fans` favourite Brad Carroll asked to be released from the club for personal reasons last week and has now joined league rivals Kendal Town to be closer to home.
Carroll joined the Blues from Vanarama National League side Barrow AFC when Haworth took over and was soon a top talent in the league.
After impressing during his loan spell at Shawbridge, Jack Egan was recalled by his parent club Carlisle United signing deadline day.
The timing was very unfortunate, but Clitheroe were pleased to see the player was on the bench for Carlisle at the weekend.
George Hughes’ loan was extended until 21st April, which means he’s ineligible for Clitheroe`s final at the Macron, due to regulations forbidding a longer spell.
Alaster Redmayne has joined from another league rival, Skelmersdale United.
The midfielder spent ten years at Liverpool, before joining Skelmersdale from the Rotherham United youth set-up.