Bradford will have 7,000 season ticket holders for next season's League Two campaign, paying just £138 each after chairman Julian Rhodes offered the £6 a match deal to boost support. Last season Bradford, who regularly attract gates over 10,000, charged £234 for the same ticket under an early bird scheme.
The chances of Bristol Rovers groundsharing with Swindon next season were reduced on Saturday after several skirmishes between the two sets of supporters as the sides met in Bristol. The worst incident involved a 20 strong baseball bat wielding gang attacking Swindon fans enjoying a pre-match drink.
Bury are resigned to losing the services of winger Marc Pugh, with Shrewsbury one of several interested clubs. The Shakers are expecting to lose several players in the summer, with Rochdale eyeing up at least three of their current squad. Rochdale themselves have handed new manager Keith Hill a three year contract after a stunning run of form since his arrival. Their performance since his December appointment would have seen the club into the play-offs if he had been appointed earlier.
Rotherham begin preparations for League Two next season by telling club captain Colin Murdock to find a new club. The Northern Ireland international has played just six times this season due to injury. Youth teamers Simon Harrison and Jamie Green have been given pro contracts.
Droylsden, newly promoted to the Conference, have cost their owner Dave Pace £3.5million to get there. The club have, however, no plans to turn full time. Southport, meanwhile, may revert to part-time status after losing their Conference place.