Managers have until 12pm on Wednesday (1 February) to submit their unwanted players.
Submissions can be made directly to the Chairman or by emailing email@example.com.
Bidding will begin for available players next Friday at the second, and final, transfer night this season at 7.30pm.
“This is the first ever Kenna event on a Friday and we’re excited,” said the Chairman, before dismissing claims that television scheduling had forced the administration’s hand.
“I must remind you that any manager found re-signing someone who has previously played for them this season will incur the Titus Bramble ruling. We look forward to finding someone who didn’t read this far.”
A clutch of top-scoring available players can be found below.
S Morison (Budgies) – 93
The Yak (Yakburn) – 90
Danny Graham (Swans) – 87
Holt (Budgies) – 78
Helguson (QPR) – 77
Richardson (Mackems) – 62
Ryan Taylor (Toon) – 62
J Allen (Swans) – 54
Formica (Blackburn) – 52
Jordi Gomez (Wigan) – 51
Heitinga (Everton) – 49
Bardsley (Mackems) – 44
Hibbert (Everton) – 43
Senderos (Fulham) – 43
McAuley (WBA) – 43
Lindegaard (Man U) – 39
Wednesday’s scramble brought a mixture of well-known experience and fresh talent to these shores.
Which one of these exotic players will adapt to the climate of ‘the best league in the world’ and which will be the next Helder Postiga?
Select who you think will have the most points by the Kenna November transfer window.
Stevie G was last season’s biggest disappointment, fetching £34m and stumping up just 12 more points than the Brambler.
This summer’s auction resulted in fewer big-money buys, but always holds the promise of an equally disenchanting performance.
Ahead of tomorrow’s big push, pick who you think will be the most underwhelming player of the term below.
The word ‘wantaway’ crops up every summer to the chagrin of the Kenna manager.
With the auction taking place three weeks before the end of the transfer window, there’s always a risk of blowing the budget on a ‘top, top, top, top‘ player for him to do one before the season has even begun.
So with the potential for either player to stay in England and rack up a Kenna-winning points total, which player is more likely to go for the most money at auction?