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Friday, May 28, 2010

News Round Up

Port Vale have announced season ticket sales so far of 2,400 after offering discounted £249 adult tickets. They are hosting a free barbecue at the club on Saturday to entice further sales having sold 3,850 last term. Geoff Horsfield will remain as assistant boss at the club after agreeing a new deal. Torquay have signed Cambridge keeper Danny Potter on a one year deal. The 31 year old has spent the last three years as the U's no.1, making 128 appearances in total.

Morecambe have announced that keeper Barry Roche has signed a new two year contract with the club. Their former Christie Park home is almost entirely demolished just a week after the last game was played there. Pictures of the demolition can be seen on the Shrimps Voices forum here. Burton boss Paul Peschisolido has put a six figure price tag on striker Shaun Harrad. The under contract 22 year old scored 22 goals during the season, the vast majority in the last five months.

Stevenage have been dealt a blow after winger Andy Drury turned down a new deal with the club and signed for Luton instead on a two year deal. Rotherham have sold over 15,000 tickets for the play-off final, with Dagenham closing in on 13,000. Barnet have released striker Jake Hyde, who was voted as their young player of the year this term. The 19 year old scored seven times in 20 starts and 19 sub appearances, but may get a reprieve when the new manager is appointed.

Accrington defender Darren Kempson has rejected a new contract with the club and is attracting interest from a number of League Two sides. Burton have confirmed they have offered transfer listed Brentford winger Cleveland Taylor a contract. Taylor spent the second half of the season on loan at the Pirelli Stadium. Barnet have confirmed that Albert Adomah has turned down their latest contract offer and will leave the club.

Former Barnet manager Ian Hendon has been named as Andy Hessenthaler's replacement at Dover. Gillingham boss Andy Hessenthaler has released eight of his new squad including former Bulls loanee James Walker. Bradford have made signing no.4 of the week with the capture of ex-Wycombe midfielder Tommy Doherty. The 31 year old spent the latter part of the season at Hungarian side Ferencvaros after falling out with Chairboys boss Gary Waddock.

Stockport's potential owners have cancelled this afternoon's press conference that was to annouce their completed ownership of the club 'due to serious and complicated legal issues surrounding the administration process'. They promise to update fans by Wednesday.