Firstly, Adam Skeldon left the club and has returned to Total Motion Midland League Premier Division outfit Lye Town.
Next was the surprise arrival of Danny Turton from Wolverhampton Casuals.
Turton was part of Wednesfield's promotion and cup-winning squad and also part of last season`s fifth-place finishing squad after their return to the Premier Division.
He followed manager Dean Gill to Wolves Casuals, where he has only started two games this season.
Turton has moved to The Paycare Ground although stepping down a level he understands he needs to play regular football at the age of 18 and hopes he can do this with Darlaston and help them achieve their goals this season.
Three Darlaston players have transferred to Willenhall Town to assist them in their development.
Centre-half Liam Cox, midfielder Nathan Griffiths and forward Addy Allen made their debuts last Saturday against Tipton Town for Willenhall.
Then, a surprising seven-day approach from near-neighbours FC Darlaston was made for Martin Stanton, who has been at Darlaston Town (1874) since the club re-formed.
Stanton had had a great start to the season, scoring a hat-trick of penalties against Bustleholme in a 4-1 win, so the approach was somewhat of a surprise. But given the service to the club that Stanton has provided, the approach was waived.
Manager Andy Parkes has added a third keeper into his squad in 17-year-old Ethan Dawe.
Dawe is a second-year scholar at SkyBet League One side Walsall and has been out injured for a while.
He is at Darlaston initially for a month which can be extended if both clubs are in agreement.
He is an exciting prospect, but because of his young age is inexperienced at being in and around and also playing adult football, hence the initial month`s loan.