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News from The Walks News Archive
Friday 20th May
King\'s Lynn Town announce retained and departures
Retained (under existing contract): Baris Altintop, Josh Barrett, Pierce Bird, Daniel Bowry, Kyle Callan-McFadden, Ken Charles, Gold Omotayo, Munashe Sundire.
Retained (contract entended): Tyler Denton, Tai Fleming, Michael Gyasi, Tyler Knowles, Oliver Scott, Zain Walker, Theo Widdrington.
Offers made to: Ross Barrows, Michael Clunan, Aaron Jones, Paul Jones.
Non-contract players: Nicolas Dias Da Costa, Albie Howe, Theo Hudson, Mitchell Rasberry, Ethan Wilson
Offers not made to: Joe Gascoigne, Jack Hickman, Arthur Iontton, Cameron King.
Players returning to parent clubs after loan: Josh Coulson (subsequently released by Southend), Luis Fernandez (subsequently released by Stevenage), Cameron Hargreaves (subsequently released by Bristol Rovers), Connor Kurran-Browne, Malachi Linton, Brett McGavin (subsequently released by Ipswich), Harry Phipps.
Monday 16th May
Lynn appoint Chief Executive
The club have announced the appointment of former Leicester City chief Barrie Pierpoint as the new chief executive of King’s Lynn Town.
At Leicester he is credited with taking the Foxes from the brink of financial collapse to the Premier League in the 1990s.
He has also held CEO roles at Bradford City and Portsmouth FC.
Pierpoint is no stranger to football in the area having been Chief Executive and later Chairman of Grantham and acting chief executive at Boston United.
Saturday 30th April
King's Lynn Town 3 Eastleigh 3
Linnets relegated.
For a match report . . .Read more
Thursday 7th April
Malachi Linton to miss remainder of season
Malachi Linton, Linnets' onloan forward from Wycombe Wanderers will miss this remainder of the season following surgery. He made 32 appearances for Lynn (22 starts) scoring eight goals.
Tuesday 8th February
Grimsby Town 0 King's Lynn Town 0
Lynn get useful point against play-off hopefuls Grimsby.
For a match report . . .Read more
Saturday 5th February
Three signed
Lynn have announced three signings - Josh Coulson, Cameron Hargreaves and Jak Hickman, the latter returning to The Walks.
Wedneday 2nd February
Theo Widdrington becomes a Linnet
After a month's loan from Havant & Waterlooville, manager son Theo Widdrington has been put on contract to June 2022 with the option of a further year.
Tuesday 25th January
Two go out on loan
Michael Gyasi has joined Dover Athletic on loan for the rest of the season, it has been announced.
He will be in the squad to face Eastleigh tonight.
He has made twelve league appearances this season but only three of these have been in the starting line-up.
His last appearance was against Nantwich Town in the FA Trophy.

Also going out on loan is Tyler Knowles who recently signed professional contract with Lynn. He joins Wisbech Town for a month.
Monday 24th January
Ethan Coleman departs
The club has announced the departure of midfielder Ethan Coleman who has joined League Two side Leyton Orient on a two-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Having joined Lynn on loan from Brackley Town in March 2021 his move became permanent in May 2021 with a two year deal.
His two spells at The Walks saw him make a total of 33 appearances scoring twice.
Friday 21st January
Southend United 2 King's Lynn Town 1
Thursday 20th January
Lynn sign Phipps
The club have announced the signing of Harry Phipps on loan from Dagenham & Redbridge until the end of the season.
Wednesday 19th January
Player news
The club have announced the return of Zain Walker until the end of the season and that Olly Scott will be staying until the end of the season.
Saturday 15th January
Tonbridge Angels 1 King's Lynn Town 1
Lynn crash out of FA Trophy on penalties for the second year running.
For a match report . . .Read more
Tuesday 11th January
King's Lynn Town 2 Notts County 4
Saturday 1st January
Chesterfield 1 King's Lynn Town 0
King's Lynn Town put up a stern resistance against the league leaders but it wasn't enough to prevent Chesterfield completing the double.
For a match report . . .Read more