Swindon chairman Andrew Fitton has quit his post after their relegation to League Two. When he took over in early 2008, as head of a consortium that took 75% of the club, he announced a '3-5 year plan' to get the club into the Championship. Southend defender Johnny Herd says he expects to leave the club in the summer after an injury hit season at Roots Hall. The 21 year old youth team graduate has started only six games this season.
Truro City, featuring ex-Bulls Tom Smith and Alex Jeannin, have won the Zamaretto League Premier title and will compete in Conf South for the first time in their history. The club plan a new stadium to replacing their Treyew Road ground that has seen them rise up through the leagues over the last six seasons. Bristol Rovers have it written in their players' contracts that they will have a 20% cut in wages should they be relegated from League One.
Arlesey Town won their Zamaretto One Central league for a second time on Monday by beating Hitchin, but it was revealed their points deduction was over an unpaid £25 fine to defender Cameron Mawer that went unpaid after the forms were sent to his old home. Port Vale bidders Mo Chaudry and Mark Sims have withdrawn their bid after the club's board failed to meet their latest deadline. They say they will now wait for the EGM before deciding on their next move.
Cambridge have offered caretaker boss Jez George the manager's job for next season. The U's say they will be cutting their playing budget by 25% in a bid to break even after suffering heavy losses this season. Swindon have parted company with temporary manager Paul Hart and coach Charlie McParland. The Robins have put reserve team coach Paul Bodin in charge for the remainder of the season.