Leicester have inevitably sacked manager Ian Holloway. The former Plymouth and QPR man won only nine of 31 League games in charge. Ex-Wycombe boss Paul Lambert is already in the frame to take over, having been touted for the job as soon as he quit Adams Park. Whoever takes over will be their seventh 'permanent' manager in 18 months.
Accrington are hoping to sign former winger Gary Roberts, who is claimed to be available on a free from Ipswich. They received £220,000 for selling him to the Tractorboys in October 2006, but initial success did not continue and his is transfer listed with two years left on his current deal. Crewe are also interested after a successful loan spell. Aldershot have confirmed the departure of goalkeeper Nikki Bull, citing his wage demands as the main reason.
Bournemouth's Administrator has confirmed that he authorised the sale of starlet Sam Vokes to Wolves to fund the club through the summer. The £250,000 transfer fee will cover the running costs with no club sponsor, season ticket sales, or match income coming in. The protracted takeover is still expected to take another month, and could incur the wrath of the Football League if it continues past the League AGM.
Peterboro goalkeeper Joe Lewis has been called into the full England squad due to injuries. He will join them in their matches with the USA and Trinidad after impressing in the recent u-21 match with Wales. Torquay have axed their General Manager and his assistant to further cut costs at Plainmoor.
England won the Four Nations tournament with a 3-0 win over Wales in the deciding game. The only ex-Bull on duty was Graham Evans, with Scott Tynan an unused sub. Scotland beat Gibraltar 4-2 in the other match to finish third.