Rushden fans are to protest against manager Garry Hill at their next home match. Having nicknamed the former Dagenham man 'Benny Hill' for his short tenure at the club, fans were incensed at comments by Hill calling them morons. Ex-Bull Jimmy Quinn has refused to resign as Bournemouth boss despite winning just seven of 25 games in charge. The club remains seven points short of safety.
New Huddersfield boss Lee Clark will have to offload players before he can bring new faces in. The Terriers have one of the largest squads in the division. Brighton have extended the loan of defender Joel Lynch to Nottm Forest until the end of the season. The 21 year old put in a transfer request in the summer, and has spent most of the season with the Championship strugglers.
Northampton have had loan defender Kyle Walker recalled by Sheff Utd. The 18 year old made nine appearances for the Cobblers. Droylsden have been kicked out of the FA Cup for fielding an ineligible player. Chesterfield will take their place in the competition, subject to an appeal. Peterboro have allowed Cambridge to keep striker Scott Rendell until the end of the season despite their war of words last week, with Liam Hatch also staying with loan side Darlington until the summer.
Scunthorpe have lost midfielder Ian Morris for two months with a knee injury. A statement from Stockport's chairman says their Police costs so far this season have been £70,000. Crawley have confirmed that they are being investigated for fielding a player not registered with the Conference, although the same player is registered with the FA.
Mansfield have named David Holdsworth as their new manager. The former £1million defender has been boss at Ilkeston Town since the start of 2008. Oldham striker Lee Hughes is a target for Doncaster, as is former Bulls loan target Steve Brooker.