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New Brentford boss Mark Warburton insists he is ready to make the step-up to management.
Rotherham boss Steve Evans admits his side are entering a potentially season-defining period.
Rotherham midfielder Ben Pringle is aiming to take his goals tally to double figures this season.
Manager Ronnie Moore says the two Tranmere footballers arrested over spot-fixing allegations are both free to carry on playing.
Ashley Westwood has resisted approaches from England having already impressed during his time in charge of Indian outfit Bangaluru.
League One outfit Crawley Town have handed a trial to former Brentford striker Paul Hayes.
Crewe have confirmed they have activated a one-year extension in striker Mathias Pogba's contract.
Oldham's injury woes have continued with the news that winger James Dayton faces a possible three weeks on the sidelines.
Crawley chief executive Michael Dunford has revealed that the club's playing budget is among the top eight in League One.
Port Vale defender Adam Yates believes the team spirit at Vale Park has been the catalyst for the club's recent success.
New Portsmouth boss Richie Barker insists he will not raid his former club Crawley Town for players.
Port Vale coach Jimmy Bell has left the club to become John Coleman's number two at non-league Southport.
Brentford have named former Liverpool Academy boss Frank McParland as their new sporting director.
The FA's general secretary Alex Horne has insisted match-fixing is not widespread in the game but has warned against complacency.
Graham Turner would be open to taking Liam McAlinden back on loan after the young striker impressed during his time at Shrewsbury.
Uwe Rosler has thanked Brentford for giving him a shot at managing in England after leaving them to become the new Wigan manager.
Mark Warburton has been named as the new manager of League One side Brentford.
Senior officials from the five leading sports have been called into a meeting with the Government on how to tackle the scourge of match-fixing.
Brentford are set to appoint their sporting director, Mark Warburton, as their new manager, according to Sky sources.
Five people, including DJ Campbell, have been released on bail following their arrest as part of a football spot-fixing investigation.