Blue Square Bet
Published 13th July 2012
.....in Andy Holt, Wayne Hatswell and Sol Davis a chance to earn deals during pre-season the friendlies.
Holt, 34, was released by npower League Two neighbours Northampton Town at the end of last season, ending a six-year spell at Sixfields during which time he made almost 200 appearances.
Holt, who played around 300 times for the likes of Oldham Athletic, Hull City and Wrexham before joining the Cobblers in summer of 2006, has also wanted by Brackley`s county rivals and new league rivals Corby Town, now managed by Holt`s former team-mate Ian Sampson.
Davis, 32, has spent the last two years with troubled Kettering Town after a professional career in which he took in over 200 games for Luton Town, 114 for Swindon and a shorter spell with MK Dons before signing for the Poppies in June 2010.
Hatswell, now 37, has most recently been player-coach with Conference Premier outfit Newport County.
He played with Brady at Chester City after spells with Forest Green Rovers and Oxford United.
He went on to play for Kidderminster Harriers, Rushden & Diamonds and Dundalk before signing for the Exiles in December 2010.
Brady has snapped up midfielder Michael Corcoran from Conference South side Dover Athletic.
Corcoran signed for Dover in June 2011 from Rushden & Diamonds.
The former Northern Ireland under-21 international moved to Crabble after four seasons at Nene Park, where he was a regular for Diamonds.
Corcoran started his career at Cardiff City, working up through the youth system before moving to Oxford United, initially on loan, and then signing permanently at the Kassam Stadium in May 2007.