The Welsh Premier are to propose a two year trial of switching to a summer schedule after a string of postponements left the league's schedule in tatters. So bad is the current Welsh weather that a Tuesday meeting to decide on the immediate future of the current season was cancelled as board members could not travel. Former Bulls striker Gary Hooper is to miss six weeks with a severe ankle strain after being stretchered off during last night's Celtic match. He was originally believed to have broken his leg.
Oldham have warned that they will face severe cashflow problems if their next two matches are postponed - as current weather forecasts suggest. Chief Executive Alan Hardy says they will stuggle to pay the wage bill without the gate receipts. Northampton chairman Dennis Cardoza says the club have tabled a written offer for an unnamed League Two striker.
Two players for Irish side Bohemians have told the club they will seek winding up proceedings against the side if they are not paid outstanding wages in the next three weeks. The financially stricken side have recently offered pay-offs to a number of contracted players in a bid to cut the wage bill, but don't expect to have the money until mid-January.
Northwich are to finally receive their FA Cup prize money from last season. The FA had withheld payment due to the club's financial state that saw them demoted from the Conference, but they have now complied with the FA's requirements. Yeovil have posted a profit for last season of £21,000 after losing nearly £1million the year before. They cut operating costs by £500,000.
Hartlepool have withdrawn the winding up proceedings against Billingham Town. The monkey hangers say they have found a benefactor that will cover the £10,000 debt. Shrewsbury midfielder Benjamin Van Den Broek will be out until February after keyhole surgery to clean up a knee injury. Darlington have released Keith Gillespie after just three games as they haven't got time to get him match fit.