Bristol City have completed the double signing of Marlon Pack and Marlon Harewood following successful trials with the club.
Bristol City have confirmed that out-of-contract Cheltenham Town midfielder Marlon Pack is training with the club.
Former Cheltenham star Marlon Pack is mulling over several offers as he weighs up where to continue his career.
Sky Sports understands Sheffield Wednesday, Crawley and Peterborough have made offers to sign Cheltenham's Marlon Pack.
Sky Sports understands Charlton and Sheffield Wednesday are tracking Cheltenham midfielder Marlon Pack.
Cheltenham have made an improved contract offer to midfielder Marlon Pack - but still expect him to depart this summer.
Marlon Pack, Russell Penn, Kaid Mohamed and Connor Roberts have each been offered new contracts by Cheltenham boss Mark Yates.
Sky Sports understands Cheltenham Town ace Marlon Pack has turned down the club's offer of a new deal.
Cheltenham midfielder Marlon Pack felt he had "let everyone down" after he saw his first-half penalty saved against Northampton.
Marlon Pack is happy to remain at Cheltenham, after his transfer deadline day move to Swindon fell through.
Sky Sports understands Swindon are looking to tie up deals for Charlton's Danny Green and Cheltenham's Marlon Pack.
Mark Yates admitted his Cheltenham side had been in a battle after the Robins claimed a 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon.
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Influential midfielder Marlon Pack has reassured Cheltenham fans that he intends to remain at Whaddon Road next season.
Cheltenham midfielder Marlon Pack has been named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year.
Promoted Swindon had two of their side named in the League Two PFA Team of the Year.
Cheltenham must maintain their positive mental attitude as the League Two promotion race reaches a fascinating climax, says Marlon Pack.
Marlon Pack believes Cheltenham have "the right to be disappointed" if they fail to win automatic promotion from League Two.
Marlon Pack has praised the Cheltenham board for their willingness to back manager Mark Yates in the transfer market.