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Micky Adams is new Tranmere Rovers manager

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After resigning from League one League One side Port Vale last month, Micky Adams, has been picked up by Tranmere Rovers to replace their former manager Rob Edwards who was fired after only five months on the job on Monday. The 52-year-old who has previously also had managerial stints at Leicester City and Sheffield United, has quite an uphill task on his hands as he takes over a club that currently stands at the bottom of the Football League.

Massey, Kent, and Eastman remaining at Colchester United

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Striker Gavin Massey and defender Frankie Kent have both signed contract extensions that will keep them at Colchester until 2017. Massey joined the club back in 2012, while eighteen year old Kent only made his first-team debut last season after a two year scholarship at the club's academy.

Another defender that has just signed a new deal with Colchester, is twenty two year old Tom Eastman, who put pen to paper yesterday in a new deal that runs until 2016.

Sheffield United Striker Leaves Prison with Bramall Lane Return an Option.

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Ched Evans left prison this morning with Sheffield United set to make a decision on whether to take the lad back into the squad in the next few days. The striker, signed from Manchester City for £3 millions, scored 48 goals in 113 appearances for the Blades before being sentenced to five years for rape in April 2012.

Tottenham defender Milos Veljkovic headed for Middlesbrough

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After only two substitute appearances for Tottenham, 19-year-old Serbian Milos Veljkovic, has been signed up by Middlesbrough on a youth loan due to last until mid-January, with the option of the loan extending to the end of the season.

While confirming the deal, Veljkovic said; "Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka called me to talk about the possibility. I am happy to get the chance."

This is no doubt a welcome move for the teen who has struggled to break into the Spurs first team, and was yet to make an appearance for the team this season.

Ben Swift headed to Aston Villa

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Maidstone United defender, Ben Swift has been picked up by Premier League giants Aston Villa on a trial basis. The 17-year-old impressed a Villa scout, and will train with the team on Thursday and Friday before featuring in an under-18s game against Leicester City on Saturday.

Speaking about the young teen, Maidstone manager Jay Saunders said; "Ben has a lot of potential and has done really well. I think he's got a good future."

England C fall to Turkey in International Challenge Trophy

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England C's International Challenge Trophy hopes crashed to a halt on Tuesday after a 2-0 defeat to Turkey in Group A. The Three Lions original team had to be slightly altered to exclude both defender Andy Yiadom who was out with an injury, and Tom Parkes who suffered a concussion at Aldershot Town earlier in the day.

Charlton Athletic's Simon Church out with shoulder injury

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After only three appearances and one goal for Charlton Athletic this season, Simon Church has been forced to the sidelines thanks to a shoulder injury he sustained during Wales 2-1 Euro 2016 qualifying win over Cyprus on Monday night.

The 25-year-old striker posted the disturbing news on Twitter, but nonetheless sounded rather bright and optimistic as he tweeted; "Hopefully not out for too long, the boys were great again, good start need to keep it up, support was brilliant."

Wilcox replaces Worthington at York City

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After being fired by Scunthorpe earlier this month, Russ Wilcox has picked up by York City.The 50 year old takes over from Nigel Worthington who resigned from the club on Monday. Announcing the appointment on the club's official website, the Minstermen Chairman Jason McGill said; "We believe Russ is the right person to take this club forward. He has excellent managerial experience and a track record of success in League 2." "He is a hard-working individual and an excellent motivator and someone who shares our vision for the club now and in the future."

Mark Robins speaks out on Scunthorpe United manager appointment.

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Scunthorpe United on Monday became the latest notch on Mark Robins managerial belt after he was unveiled as Russ Wilcox's replacement. Although he no doubt has a mammoth task ahead of him considering that the team are facing relegation, Robins is not in the least bit daunted by this task, as he made evident when he sung his own praises to Press Association Sport saying; "I didn't have any doubts (about getting another job), it was just a case of how long it was going to be and which club."

Sadler to remain at Crawley Town

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Looks like Matt Sadler's stay at Crawley town is going to last longer than initially planned. The twenty nine year old defender headed for Broadfield Stadium from Rotherham United, under an emergency loan deal last month after Ryan Dickson injured his medial ligaments in a game against the Doncaster Rovers.Although he was initially meant to spend just a month with John Gregory's side, Rotherham boss Steve Evans has agreed to a request from Crawley Town for Sadler to stay on till mid November, as Dickson is still not fit for play.

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