John Dreyer, the newly-appointed manager of Bostik League North club Ware, has brought in one new player and seen two depart Wodson Park.
Charlie Yexley returns to Ware, while Junior Appiah and Marvin Hamilton have both left.
Yexley, the former Dagenham & Redbridge academy right-back, has re-joined having made five appearances back in 2014/15, culminating in his man of the match performance at home to Thamesmead Town in which he scored a long-range goal that won the game for the Blues.
However, a training injury ended his season and he was allowed to drift away from the club.
As one door opens another closes, and Ware say goodbye to Junior Appiah and Marvin Hamilton.
Appiah made forty-one appearances for the club after making his debut at Cheshunt in last season’s Boxing Day derby.
Hamilton has made twenty-three appearances in two spells with the club.
He has three goals to his credit, including the opener in the recent 2-0 win at Bowers & Pitsea.
Other signings appear imminent, while Josh Oyibo was at training on Thursday night, despite having moved to Evo-Stik League South East side Bedford Town.
However, Oyibo is on dual registration and Ware still retain his Bostik League registration.