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Sunday, April 27, 2008

News Round Up

In the Conference, Torquay will face Exeter in the play-offs after their final day games yesterday. Cambridge meet Burton in the other game, while Altrincham were relegated after failing to beat Weymouth. Halifax, one goal shy of the Football League two years ago, were one goal shy of the Conference South yesterday after losing at home to Stevenage but Alty's draw saw them go down instead.

Mansfield owner Keith Haslam was attacked after supporters invaded the directors box at Field Mill following their loss to Rotherham. Two men assaulted the unpopular owner, who was taken to hospital with 'minor injuries'. Fans have again accused the Stags stewards of over agressive tactics, with one needing hospital treatment.

Brentford boss Andy Scott signed a five year contract as manager prior to yesterday match with the Bulls. The Bees are to sign teenage striker Moses Ademola from Croydon for an undisclosed fee. York have released club captain Emmanuel Panther. The influential midfielder rejected a new deal in January, and turns 24 in May so would be a free agent. The club have handed a new deal to ex-Bull Mark Robinson, but have released a total of nine players after a poor season.