Tonbridge Angels end spending two months before season
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Tonbridge Angels manager Tommy Warrilow has confirmed that the club will not be bringing any more players to Longmead before the start of the season.
Tom Davis and George Purcell have joined the club in the off-season but Warrilow says the money has run out.
"I definitely won't be able to sign any more players after stretching the budget out," he told BBC Radio Kent.
"It will just be about getting our pre-season programme organised and then off we go again. "
He added: "We're still trying to get some decent friendlies at home to try and bring some much needed revenue in this year."
The Angels enjoyed a fine first season in the Blue Square Bet South, however the shift up the footballing ladder has forced them to reconsider their financial structure.
Warrilow had released Jon Main, brothers Ade and Tim Olorunda and Joe Benjamin, freeing resources to freshen up his squad.
The Tonbridge boss said that despite fewer numbers, some of his players were amongst the best in the league.
"I was never going to bring a load of players in. It's helped that the majority of the side finished last season so the gelling process is already in action.
"Adding Tom and George to it will make it stronger and more exciting.
"For us, they're two fantastic signings," he added. "They're players I didn't think I would get.
"I've got four or five players who can push on and get a career out of the game."