IN PICTURES: Every Cobblers in and out of a hectic summer transfer window

With the regular manager comings and goings over the past few seasons and the subsequent squad rebuilds, Cobblers supporters have been well used to busy transfer windows.

Tuesday, 3rd September 2019, 6:13 pm
Summer Cobblers signings Chris Lines, Matty Warburton, Nicky Adams and Ryan Watson

But surely the summer of 2019 has to go down as the busiest of the lot, with manager Keith Curle completely overhauling the Town squad.There have been a total of 28 transactions involving Cobblers players, with 14 of last season's squad heading for the exit door, and 14 coming in the other way.The latest business was done on Monday's transfer deadline day.First up, Joe Bunney became departure number 14 as his contract being was cancelled by mutual consent, freeing him up to sign for Sky Bet League One side Bolton Wanderers.And then, just to even things up, there was signing number 14 as well, with former AFC Wimbledon winger Egli Kaja the latest to sign up for Curle's Cobblers revolition.So, with the transfer window now closed, we thought we would wrap up the club's summer business, listing all of the deals that have taken place, and where possible tell you exactly what those 14 players who left the club are up to now.We will also highlight the 14 new signings that have come in, and it is worth remembering there may be more business done on this front yet.That's because although the transfer window is closed, and there can be no more transfers or loan deals, clubs are allowed to sign unattached players who are out of contract.Curle has hinted he will be utilising that market, so it is going to be a case of watch this space!

2016 title winner John-Joe O'Toole turned down a new Town deal and joined Burton Albion
Transfer-listed at the end of last season, the central defender returned north of the border to Aberdeen on a free transfer

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The club captain was released at the end of the season after four years service. Has signed for National League side Chesterfield
Right-back Shay Facey was released by Keith Curle. He has signed for Walsall, but has yet to play for his new club
A first team regular last season, Sam Foley was released in May. Signed for Scottish Premiership side St Mirren, and has started all of their games so far
Never really got his career going at the PTS, and was released in May. The 33-year-old has yet to find a new club
Many observers felt Jack Bridge wasn't given a fair crack of the whip by Curle ahead of his release in May. Has started all eight games for Carlisle this season, scoring twice
Goalkeeper Luke Coddington was ignored by Curle before his May release. Made his debut for Chesterfield last Saturday
Academy product James Goff was released without making a senior appearance. Believed to be still without a new club
Young striker Joe Iaciofano had limited first team opportunities at the PTS. Is now playing for National League South side St Alban's
Offered a new deal in May, Daniel Powell turned it down and signed for Crewe Alexandra. He has made 6 appearances for the Alex this season to date
A key man last season, Aaron Pierre was sold to Shrewsbury for an undisclosed fee. Has started all six of the Shrews' league one games so far
A fans' favourite,Junior Morias couldn't force his way into Curle's plans and was sold to St Mirren for an undisclosed fee last month. Has yet to start a game for the Buddies
Signed in January, 2018, things never worked out for Joe Bunney at the Cobblers. Transfer-listed in May, finally left the club on deadline day and joined Bolton
Matty Warburton was Keith Curle's first signing of the summer, joining from non-League Stockport County
Left-back Joe Martin joined from Stevenage in May. Has endured a stop-start season with Town to date due to injury
Ryan Watson has joined the Cobblers for a third time and the central midfielder has enjoyed a strong start to the season
2016 title winner Nicky Adams returned to the Cobblers in May after leaving Bury. Has yet to find his best form this season, but will be a key man this term
Goalkeeper Steve Arnold was brought into compete with David Cornell - and suffered a calf injury on his debut at Port Vale. Out for at least another four weeks
Experienced Alan McCormack was brought in to add steel to the Cobblers midfield, but pulled his hamstring on his debut and has yet to feature again
Signed for an undisclosed fee from Macclesfield, Harry Smith was expected to fire the goals for Town, but has struggled in the early part of the season. Has lost his place to Andy Williams.
Another player to be struck by injury. The right-back managed two games and hasn't featured since. Close to full fitness again though
Signed for an undisclosed fee from Scunthorpe United, Charlie Goode was also made captain and has made an impressive start to the season
The 33-year-old central midfielder, signed from Bristol Rovers, is beginning to tick after a mixed start to the season
Signed after leaving Morecambe in May, Vadaine Oliver has impressed when given the opportunity so far this season
The central defender made an excellent start to his stint with Town, before picking up an injury in the win at Swindon. Is back and available again now.
Due to Steve Arnold's injury, Andrew Fisher has been brought in as cover and competition for David Cornell
Signing number 14 of the summer was the deadline day capture of Egli Kaja, a winger who was released by AFC Wimbledon at the end of last season