Sheridan satisfied with squad

Chesterfield manager John Sheridan is pleased with how his squad is shaping up ahead of the club's pre-season campaign.

Last Updated: 20/07/12 at 13:11

Sheridan: Pleased

Sheridan: Pleased

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The Spireites, relegated back to League Two last season, kick off their preparations with a trip to Staveley on Saturday.

Sheridan has signed five new players and said: "They've all fitted in really well. They've got a bit of character about them so they have fitted in okay."

On the possibility of further new signings, Sheridan added: "I've got to look at the budget and at what I need and at what is available to me. But at this moment I'm happy with what I've got and if we can keep everyone fit then we'll be a strong outfit."

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