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Thursday, June 25, 2009

News Round Up

Accrington have confirmed the signing of released Carlisle midfielder Luke Joyce. Stanley are also after Leeds keeper Alan Martin as their no.1. Two thirds of Norwich fans have opted to take the rebate on last year's season tickets offered if they were relegated. The club is expected to make a number of redundancies from their office staff as a result of their relegation.

Luton have offered Peterboro defender Chris Westwood a two year deal as they continue their attempt to spend their way out of the Conference. Chesterfield have beaten Burton to the signing of released Nottm Forest defender Ian Breckin, but have lost the services of loanee Lewis Montrose who changed his mind on a pre-contract agreement and joined Wycombe instead.

Notts County's prospective new owners want the club in the Championship for it's 150th anniversary season in three years. Southampton's Administrator has opened talks with a Swiss group about a takeover of the club. He currently does not have the money to cover the monthly wages. Cheltenham have been turned down by released Kidderminster midfielder Chris McPhee, with Martin Allen not being bitter to the BBC: "It ain't gone the wrong way for me it's gone the wrong way for him it's his mistake in my opinion".