Marc Pugh has been given the no.7 shirt by Bournemouth for the coming season. Bradford have banned four people for life, and 20 more for the season, after a pitch invasion following their final home game of the season in May. 16 more people have agreed good behaviour contracts, and other people are still being sought.
Steve Guinan has kept the no.9 shirt at Northampton despite being on the transfer list. Barnet have confirmed the signing of striker Steve Kabba and the resigining of defender Daniel Leach. Matt Done remains on trial with Rochdale and was joined last night by former Bulls trialist Jamie Sheldon as the Spotland outfit lost 3-0 to Bury.
Chesterfield have signed 19 year old utility man Jack Hunt on loan from Huddersfield until January. Also leaving the Terriers is teenage defender Lee Franks, who has joined Oxford until the new year. Mansfield have announced a £500,000 loss for the 08/09 season, their first after relegation. The accounts report that they paid former owner Keith Haslam around £3,000 a week rent on the Field Mill stadium.
Crawley say they expect the winding up order against them to be thrown out as they paid the debt over a month ago. Carlisle have relaunched their matchday programme as a slimmed-down 16 page version for £1 instead of the 64 page version for £3, and will put the missing additional features into a new bi-monthly magazine. They say falling sales have prompted the new venture.
Stockport boss Paul Simpson says his season will be successful if the club remains in League Two: "Come the end of the season, we must still be involved in League Two as an absolute minimum. If we do that, it will have been a successful takeover and a successful season." Rushden have had their winding up order thrown out after they paid off the taxman.
Dorchester have been given three months to settle their historic debt with the taxman, while Ilkeston have been given six weeks to settle their debt.