Football: Ins and outs in the First Division: Who went where and for how much


Ins: None. Outs: Deiniol Graham (Stockport - free), David Currie (Carlisle - free), Viv Anderson (Middlesbrough - free).


Ins: Mixu Paatelainen (Aberdeen - pounds 350,000). Outs: Phil Brown (Blackpool - free), David Burke (Blackpool - free), Andy Walker (Celtic - undisclosed), Mark Winstanley (Burnley - tribunal).


Ins: None. Outs: Liam Robinson (Burnley - pounds 250,000)


Ins: Chris Vinnicombe (Rangers - pounds 200,000), Mark Winstanley (Bolton - tribunal), Liam Robinson (Bristol City - pounds 250,000). Outs: None.


Ins: David Whyte (Crystal Palace - player exchange), Paul Mortimer (Crystal Palace - player exchange), Andy Petterson (Luton - pounds 85,000), Mike Ammann (California State University - free). Outs: John Vaughan (Preston - free), Darren Pitcher (Crystal Palace - player exchange), Linvoy Primus (Barnet - free), Scott Minto (Chelsea - pounds 775,000).


Ins: None. Outs: Richard Goulooze (Cambuur, Neth - pounds 60,000), Martyn Chalk (Stockport - pounds 22,500).


Ins: None. Outs: Tony Ford (Scunthorpe - free), Rhys Wilmot (Crystal Palace - pounds 80,000).


Ins: Dwight Marshall (Plymouth - pounds 150,000), Tony Adcock (Peterborough - pounds 20,000). Outs: Andy Petterson (Charlton - pounds 85,000), Jason Rees (Portsmouth - free), John Dreyer (Stoke - free).


Ins: Bryan Robson (Manchester United - free), Clayton Blackmore (Manchester United - free), Nigel Pearson (Sheffield Wed - pounds 500,000), Neil Cox (Aston Villa - pounds 750,000), Jaime Moreno (Blooming, Bol - pounds 250,000), Viv Anderson (Barnsley - free), Alan Miller (Arsenal - tribunal). Outs: Nicky Mohan (Leicester - tribunal), Richard Liburd (Bradford City - pounds 200,000), Michael Oliver (Stockport - tribunal).


Ins: Steve Forbes (Sittingbourne - pounds 50,000), Dave Savage (Longford, Irl - pounds 15,000). Outs: Jamie Moralee and Geoff Pitcher (Watford - joint fee pounds 450,000), Neil Emblen (Wolves - 600,000), Carl Emberson (Colchester - pounds 25,000), Terry Hurlock (Fulham - free), Paul Holsgrove (Reading - free).


Ins: Colin Hoyle (Bradford City - free), Michael Emenalo (RWD Molenbeek, Bel - free), Paul Reece (Oxford - free). Outs: Mark Draper (Leicester - tribunal), Charlie Palmer (Walsall - free), Kevin Wilson (Walsall - free), Malcolm Rigby (Nottingham Forest - pounds 50,000).


Ins: Lee Richardson (Aberdeen - tribunal). Outs: Mike Milligan (Norwich - tribunal).


Ins: Mart Poom (FC Wil, Swit - pounds 100,000, Jason Rees (Luton - free), Predrag Radosavljevic (Everton - pounds 100,000). Outs: Shaun Gale (Barnet - free), Brian Horne (Hartlepool - free).


Ins: Arjan van Heusden (Noordwijk, Neth - pounds 4,500), Craig Lawton (Manchester United - free), Tony Naylor (Crewe - pounds 150,000), Lee Glover (Nottingham Forest - pounds 200,000), Stuart Talbot (Moor Green - nominal). Outs: Ian Taylor (Sheffield Wed - pounds 1m), Nicky Cross (Hereford - free), Peter Swan (Plymouth - pounds 310,000), Trevor Wood (Walsall - free).


Ins: Andy Bernal (Sydney Olympic, - nominal), Simon Osborne (Crystal Palace - pounds 90,000), Paul Holsgrove (Millwall - free), Dariusz Wdowczyk (Celtic - pounds 100,000). Outs: Andy Gray (Leyton Orient - free).


Ins: Carl Veart (Adelaide City, Aus - pounds 250,000), Dougie Hodgson (Heidelberg, Aus - pounds 40,000). Outs: Carl Bradshaw (Norwich - pounds 500,000), Chris Kamara (Bradford City - free), Tom Cowan (Huddersfield - pounds 200,000).


Ins: Andy Thomson (Queen of the South - pounds 250,000), Keith Dublin (Watford - player exchange), Dominic Iorfa (Peterborough - pounds 15,000), Mark Hone (Welling - pounds 25,000). Outs: Tommy Mooney (Watford - player exchange), Derek Payne (Watford - player exchange), Michael Gonzague (Hereford - free).


Ins: John Dreyer (Luton - free), Carl Muggleton (Celtic - pounds 200,000), Paul Peschisolido (Birmingham - player exchange plus pounds 200,000), Keith Downing (Birmingham - free). Outs: Steve Foley (Lincoln - free), Micky Adams (Fulham - free), Dave Regis (Birmingham - player exchange), Gary Pick (Hereford - free), James Mulligan (Bury - tribunal).


Ins: Dariusz Kubicki (Aston Villa - pounds 100,000). Outs: Ian Sampson (Northampton - pounds 30,000).


Ins: Mark Robinson (Newcastle - pounds 600,000). Outs: Nicky Sumerbee (Manchester City - pounds 1.5m), John Moncur (West Ham - pounds 1m).


Ins: None. Outs: David Martindale (Doncaster - free), Mark Hughes (Shrewsbury - free).


Ins: Jamie Moralee and Geoff Pitcher (Millwall - joint fee pounds 450,000), Kenny Sansom (Chertsey - free), Tommy Mooney (Southend - player exchange), Derek Payne (Southend - player exchange), Dominic Ludden (Orient - pounds 100,000), Kevin Miller (Birmingham City - pounds 250,000). Outs: Perry Suckling (Doncaster - free), James Meara (Doncaster - free), Keith Dublin (Southend - player exchange), Paul Furlong (Chelsea - 2.3m), Jason Drysdale (Newcastle - pounds 425,000), Kevin Slinn (Stockport - free).


Ins: Mike Phelan (Manchester United - free). Outs: None.


Ins: Tony Daley (Aston Villa - pounds 1.25m), Steve Froggatt (Aston Villa - pounds 1m), Neil Emblen (Millwall - pounds 600,000). Outs: Derek Mountfield (Carlisle - free), Mark Turner (Northampton - free), Darren Roberts (Chesterfield - free), Danny Collier (Crewe - free), Kevin Ashley (Peterborough - free), Cyrille Regis (Wycombe Wanderers - free).

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