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Transfer window latest from Edgar Street
Updated 4:21pm Thursday 31st January 2013 in Sport
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Former Bulls loanee Phil Marsh has ended his stay at Forest Green Rovers by mutual consent.
"Hopefully now I can get myself sorted and back playing regular football," he told his Twitter followers.
Will Evans, who has joined Newport on loan, becomes one of three former Bulls at Rodney Parade.
Tony James and Byron Anthony are already with the title-chasers, who sold midfielder Lee Evans to Wolves earlier in the day.
Evans, who joined the Bulls from Swindon as a central defender, has played most of his games for United in midfield.
He possesses a cannonball shot which brought him five goals last season, including one after just 13 seconds at Macclesfield.
He has scored twice in 22 appearances this season.
Bulls midfielder Will Evans has joined Newport County on loan until the end of the season.
Former Bull Graham Hyde takes the hot seat, temporarily at least, at AFC Telford United after the Bucks part company with Andy Sinton.
Ex-Bull Gary Hooper is still a target for the Premier League.
Celtic are reported to have turned down a further bid from Norwich City for the striker who bagged 12 goals in 19 appearances as United were promoted to League 1 in 2008.
James Musa extends his stay at Edgar Street by a further month.
The New Zealander has played in the Bulls' last three games after joining from Fulham.
9:14am Wed 30 Jan 13
He may look like a baby giraffe when he runs but he'll leave a bit of a hole in the midfield. He's a positive player.
HARRY Pell becomes the latest Edgar Street departure as he moves back closer to his South-East base.
The tall midfielder moves back to the Football League after signing a two-and-a-half-year deal with Wimbledon.
Kingsley James arrives from Port Vale on a month's loan to take his place in the Bulls midfield.
And Martin Foyle finds the young centre-back he is looking for after securing the signature of 20-year-old Rod McDonald from Nantwich.
The son of the former Walsall striker began his career with Manchester City and also had some time at Oldham before dropping into non-league football.
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