Steve Halford and Paul Phillips, the joint-managers of Vanarama National League North club Stalybridge Celtic, have made three more new signings.
The pair have signed another familiar face in midfielder Eddie Toner, who had two spells under them at their previous club, Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division Ashton United.
Toner moves to Bower Fold from NPL First Division North side Droylsden, for whom he had signed for in the summer from Northwich Victoria.
He had left Ashton to join Vics in March 2016, having returned to Hurst Cross in December 2015 from AFC Telford United.
Toner had joined the Bucks barely a week after originally signing for Ashton.
Ashton snapped him up from NPL First Division North outfit Burscough.
He moved to Victoria Park in the summer of 2014 from Stafford Rangers, where he made his debut in October 2013 after his first spell with Northwich.
Toner had joined the Vics in August 2012 from Barrow AFC, where he had been since February 2011.
The other two `new` signings are the management duo themselves.
Thirty-six-year-old former Bury, Chester City and Accrington Stanley defender Halford and 37-year-old ex-Manchester United, Bury, Buxton and Droylsden goalkeeper Phillips have signed forms in case of emergencies only.