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Sunday, September 05, 2010

News Round Up

Shrewsbury will bag £500,000 after keeper Joe Hart finally made an appearance in a competitive England game, more than two years after first playing in a friendly. Scunthorpe boss Nigel Adkins says he watched Torquay's Chris Zebroski and Rotherham's Adam Le Fondre before signing Bobby Grant from Accrington in the summer.

Manager of the Month nominations are Ronnie Moore, Graham Turner, Paul Buckle, and John Sheridan. Player of the Month nominations are Adam Le Fondre, Mark Ellis, Wesley Thomas, and Ian Dunbavin. Stockport have signed midfielder Jake Simpson and keeper Matt Glennon. The pair were free agents after leaving Shrewsbury and Bradford respectively. The Hatters' win on Saturday was their first for six months.

Barnet have loaned England schoolboy international Reece Yorke to Harlow for a month. The Bees have also confirmed that they have planning permission at their Hive training facility for a Football League class stadium. Rotherham boss Ronnie Moore has lowered his asking price on Adam Le Fondre from £3million to £1.1million saying the money could 're-establish this football club'.

Northampton are trialling former Tranmere striker Bas Savage. The 28 year old missed most of last season with a ruptured achilles, and has had trials at Stevenage and Torquay already this summer. Croydon Athletic's implosion after the cricket scandal is in full swing. With no prospect of wages being paid, and the chief executive quitting in the week, manager Tim O'Shea and his assistant walked last night and most of their squad is expected to follow.