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Quiet Transfer Deadline Day at the Proact

1 September 2015

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There was no transfer business done on a quiet Transfer Deadline Day at the Proact Stadium, with the window closing for the summer at 6pm today.

There were no ins or outs at the club on Tuesday, meaning the Spireites can now be certain of their squad until the window re-opens again after Christmas.

Chief executive Chris Turner commented: "We've had a quiet day today and not received any offers for any of our players, at the end of the transfer window we're delighted with the squad and our prospects for the season ahead.

"Over the course of the window we've had two offers for Sam Morsy, both of which were turned down. Sam's a very important player for us as well as our captain, and he's started the season in fine form leading the team."

The Spireites have begun their campaign in good form under Dean Saunders, their 2-0 Saturday win at Millwall lifting them to sixth place in the Sky Bet League 1 table with ten points already secured.

Turner stated that he's happy with the club's transfer work over the summer: "If you look at the business we've done throughout the window I think we've done fantastically. We were sad to lose the players we lost but got deals that were excellent for the football club.

"The sales allowed us to bring in players such as Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Lee Novak, Liam O'Neil and Angel Martinez - all players of a high calibre - and we have already seen how good these acquisitions are at the start of the season.

"We have a strong squad and the job now is to push on and have a successful season, and I'm confident that we'll be able to do that."

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