Chelmsford City have signed Kiran Khinda-John and Chez Isaac.
Khinda-John joins the Clarets from promotion rivals Woking, while Isaac joins from Dartford.
Khinda-John joined the Cards in August 2018 after impressing while on trial at the Kingfield Stadium during pre-season. The former Crystal Palace academy product spent four years with Eastbourne Borough before moving away from the Sports to sign for Alan Dowse’s side.
The physical central defender has made six appearances – with a further three cameo appearances from the substitutes’ bench – so far this season.
Joining City alongside Khinda-John is central midfielder Chez Isaac. The 25-year-old central midfielder is a self-proclaimed engine at the heart of the game who suits a high pressing style.
Isaac spent four seasons with local rivals Braintree Town, making over 160 appearances for the Iron as he enjoyed a more senior role at Cressing Road. The young midfielder experienced football on the international level with the England C team in March 2016, appearing as a substitute in the International Challenge Trophy against Ukraine.