Six Luton supporters have been jailed over the violence that marred their Conference play-off match with York in May 2010. The York players had to retreat into a stand after a pitch invasion and Police arrested 37 in total. The Six have been jailed for periods of up to 13 months, and have received football banning orders of up to six years. Bristol Rovers have parted company with chief scout Paul Molesworth, who had held the role since 2004, and are now in talks with former Torquay scout John Milton.
Wrexham fans are claiming that the Supporters Trust deal to buy the club is in jeopardy after they uncovered a deal struck with pub company Greene King that will give them free sponsorship of the club for several years. The current owners are claimed to have struck the deal to release them from a personal guarantee made when the brewery agreed to sponsor their Crusaders rugby side. Torquay midfielder Eunan O'Kane is to sign a new deal with the club that will keep him at Plainmoor until 2014.
Aldershot will host Man Utd in the Carling Cup fourth round. The Shots are the only League Two side left, but warned supporters earlier in the week that they hadn't made any money from their cup run so far.