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Bennett back at Derby County

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Derby's youngest ever player, 18-year-old Mason Bennett, who has been on loan at Bradford City since August is back at iPro Stadium. Although the striker was initially meant to remain with Bradford City till January, he has been told to return to his parent club immediately. During his brief stay at Bradford, Bennet has only scored one goal in his 13 appearances for the club, which he did during the team's 3-1 win at Crawley Town.

Forrest uncertain about Shildon FA Cup Replay team


Northern League Division One club Shildon manager Gary Forrest, has revealed that putting together a team for the clubs Third Round Qualifying Replay against Stourbridge is proving to be quite a challenge. After a goalless draw in Saturday's match against the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division side, Forrest begun to plan for Tuesday's rematch, but has come up against a few hurdles as he explained saying; "After the game on Saturday, I asked the players who was definitely available for the replay, and only five of the team said that they were.

Robins told to keep Scunthorpe United in League 1

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Scunthorpe United chairman Peter Swann has set the bar for his team's new manager Mark Robins, who has signed a three-year contract with the team and takes over from Russ Wilcox whose term at the teams helm came to an end last Wednesday.Swann wants Robins to first of all ensure that the team remains in Sky Bet League 1, and then put up a challenge next season as he explained saying; "I want him to keep us up - that's the most important thing." "I would love to see us challenging next season.

Tranmere Rovers fire Rob Edwards

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After barely five months on the job, Rob Edwards has been given his marching orders from Tranmere Rovers. Following their relegation to League 2 last season, Edwards was expected to turn things around for the team, but with the team currently sitting at the bottom of the League for the first time in over thirty years, he has clearly failed to do so. In a statement on the club's official website announcing the club's decision, Rovers chairman Mark Palios said; "Rob is a decent man who has worked very hard over the past few months for the football club.

Farnborough sell Rodgers to Bromley

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Farnborough Defender Paul Rodgers has been sold to Bromley for an undisclosed fee.

Rotherham United's Luciano Becchio out with broken ankle

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Argentinian Luciano Becchio, who has been on loan at Rotherham United from Norwich City, has announced that he will be out for three months after he broke his ankle, only one month into his transfer.Before suffering the injury, the thirty year old striker had scored two goals in six appearances with his new club, and was looking forward to playing against his former club Leeds on Friday.
He made the disturbing announcement through a post on his Twitter account which reads; "I want to say that I've broken my ankle and I'll be out around 3 months but I'll be back more strong."

Nigel Worthington resigns from York City

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After only one win in fourteen games, Nigel Worthington has resigned as manager of York City. He has been at the team's
helm since early last year when he led them to the League 2 Play-Offs where they lost to Fleetwood Town at the semi-finals,following an unbeaten seventeen game run.

Neil Lennon takes over Bolton Wanderers

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Neil Lennon, who managed Celtic Football Club until the end of the last season, is taking over from Dougie Freedman as manager of Bolton Wanderers.He will be joined by former Celtic team mates Johan Mjallby and Garry Parker.Lennon's impressive four year run at Celtic in which he led the team to three league title victories and two cup wins, clearly contributed greatly to the clubs decision to put him at it's helm, as is made evident by a statement on the club's website which states; "The club are delighted and excited to appoint Neil Lennon.

Vanarama Conference Premier Wrap, Results, Scorers


Woking FC Win Barnet FC, Gateshead FC,  Bristol Rovers and Forest Green Rovers draw FC Halifax, Torquay Utd & Wrexham FC lose. Yes you did read that correctly just one of the top seven  won on a day when it rained goals in the Vanarama Conference Premier aka the People's Premiership.

Lincoln 2 AFC Telford 0 Bucks pay the penalty

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AFC Telford battled hard at Lincoln City, but for once lady luck and the officials smiled on Gary Simpson and the six-foot Sincil soldiers aka the Dogs of War. Simmo has delivered three of the six points The Chairman is expecting, just the win at Forest Green Rovers to go then. Depending on whether your glas is half-full or half empty, City sit seven off the play-offs and six off relegation.

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