Cheltenham have moved to halt their alarming slide down the table by bringing in a pair of wingers on loan. Colchester's Medy Elito and Jake Thompson from Exeter have come in for a month. Elito had a month with the Robins last term, scoring three in twelve games, while Thompson is a Trinidad and Tobago international at 21. Accrington's hopes of meeting their tax bill have received a boost after Scunthorpe paid them a £20,000 appearance clause due on Bobby Grant's transfer in the summer.
Barnet have signed American striker Kwame JJ Adjeman-Pamboe on a short term deal. The 23 year old was born in London but raised in the US, playing professional football in the US and Finland in recent seasons. Dean Windass has been installed as the favourite for the managers job at Bradford after he confirmed he would be applying for the job. He says he will take former Bantams boss Terry Dolan as his no.2.
Rothwell Town are the latest non-league side to enter Administration after the sale of their ground failed to generate enough funds to clear their debts. They have sold their Cecil Street home to a local college for £215,000 after agreeing a lease to remain at the ground, but their future is now in the hands of their creditors.
Barnet's complaints over rugby side Saracens redeveloping the Copthall athletics stadium they had previously earmarked for their own use could be resolved by the ongoing Leyton Orient/Olympic Stadium saga. Orient are now planning a move to the Eton Manor part of the Olympic site, and would take Saracens with them freeing the Copthall stadium for Barnet's use.