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Thursday, October 25, 2007

News Round Up

Shrewsbury have signed Darlington winger Neil Wainwright on a months loan with a view to a permanent deal. He was the Quakers' player of the year last season, but has had limited first team chances this term under Dave Penney. Notts County have launched 'Charlie' season tickets. The heavily discounted tickets are to encourage fans back to support popular new manager Ian 'Charlie' McParland.

Brentford have signed Luton full back Lewis Emanuel on a months loan. He is the fifth loan player at the club already this season. Grimsby chairman John Fenty has refused to fire boss Alan Buckley, despite the club being just two points off the relegation spots and without a point from the last four games.

Bury Director of Football Keith Alexander has ruled himself out of the running for his old job at Lincoln. Ex-Port Vale man Martin Foyle was amongst the spectators at Sincil Bank at the weekend and has publically declared his interest in the job. Chester have won an employment tribunal brought by former assistant boss Mark Aizlewood. The former Welsh international left the club in 2005 after a poor season with Ian Rush in charge, but failed to convince the panel he was unfairly dismissed.

Northwich's Supporters Club and Supporters Trust have both been offered seats on the reformed board of the club by the prospective new owners, a local consortium. The two supporters groups are on opposite sides of the current chairman Mike Connett. In the four years since assuming control of the club, Exeter's Supporters Trust has ploughed £750,000 into the club according to their latest reports.

Kidderminster have cut prices for their 'must win' FA Cup qualifier at home to Vauxhall Motors. Harriers are currently losing money on their low home gates, and need a cup run to balance the books.