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09:52 01 February 2013

Crawley Town

Crawley Town's Gary Alexander. Photo: Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport

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There was movement in and out of all three London League Two clubs during the January window. AFC Wimbledon were busy right up to the 11pm deadline, bringing in Gary Alexander and waving goodbye to Byron Harrison and here London24 looks who came and went for the three sides.

AFC WIMBLEDON

Ins: Gary Alexander (Crawley, loan), Kevin Sainte-Luce (Cardiff, Free), Harry Pell (Hereford, undisclosed), Chris Hussey (Coventry, free), Peter Sweeney (Bury, free)

Outs: Byron Harrison (Cheltenham, undisclosed)

BARNET

Ins: Adam Thompson (Watford, loan), Harry Crawford (Dartford, free), Ibra Sekajja [Crystal Palace, loan)

Outs: Melvin Holwijn (contract expired)

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

Ins: Gianluca Gracco (unattached), Ben Strevens (free)

Outs: Michael Spillane (Southend, undisclosed), Rob Edmans (mutual consent), Josh Scott (Ebbsfleet United, loan), Alex Osborn (Billericay Town, loan)

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