Rochdale have extended one loan signing, and taken on another, ahead of Saturday's clash with the Bulls at Edgar Street.
Dale have extended the loan of Stockport striker Adam Le Fondre for another month. The 20 year old has scored twice in three games and the club are unbeaten in the games he has played. Joining Le Fondre is Leicester trainee Louis Dodds, who scored three times in a six game loan spell at Northwich at the end of 2006. Dodds is the tenth player to arrive at Spotland since Keith Hill became manager.
In other news, Boston will have just 14 fit players for tonight's trip to Peterboro. Seven of their side are sidelined through injury, while Trevor Benjamin is ineligible as he is on loan from the Posh.
Mansfield striker Matt Hamshaw has been given time off for 'personal reasons'. The midfielder has been a virtal ever present this season. Meanwhile the independent supporters association SFFC, Stags Fans For Change, have announced that a recent survey saw 88% of supporters wanted to see chairman Keith Haslam out of Field Mill.