Stockport's acting chairman Mary Gibbons has resigned from the club with immediate effect. It comes after a week when she claimed to have received death threats from supporters, then tried to get a dozen fans barred from posting on the main fans forum, Yellowboard. Lincoln have parted company with coach Scott Lindsey by mutual consent. The 39 year old joined the club when Chris Sutton was appointed as manager, but it is believed his departure is a cost-cutting measure.
Gillingham manager Andy Hessenthaler has told the BBC he will be working on a reduced budget next season. He has given his five out of contract players until the end of the week to accept their contract offers, and has said that he will likely have a smaller squad next term. Port Vale have cancelled a planned fans forum for next week, claiming that fans backing Mo Chaudry's bid for the club were planning to disrupt the event.
Oxford have signed striker Jon-Paul Pittman after he was released by Wycombe. The 24 year old had an injury hit season for the Chairboys but has signed a two year deal to become the third signing in a week for the U's. Northampton are to hold a collection for Rushden at tonight's England 'C' international at Sixfields. The game was supposed to take place at Rushden's Nene Park, but was moved after their groundstaff walked out.
Port Vale have announced they have reached a settlement with former manager Jim Gannon over the remainder of his contract. Aldershot have announced that they have restructured their debt. Several current board members have written off loans to the club, while chairman Kris Machala has converted his into a controlling interest. The Shots say their losses for the current season will be lower, after losing £382,000 the previous season.
Newport have confirmed they will be a full time side next season. They have had part-time status since reforming in 1989. Mansfield have named Paul Cox as their new manager on a one year deal. The 39 year old quit Eastwood Town after they were denied entry to the Conf North play-offs on ground grading problems.
Former Bulls loanee Joe Anyinsah has told his twitter followers that he has not been offered a new deal by Charlton after a stop-start season at The Valley. The former Bristol City trainee scored five times in 23 games inbetween a variety of injuries. Gillingham boss Andy Hessenthaler has confirmed that loan striker Cody McDonald will not return to the club as he wants to play at a higher level. Winger Andy Barcham has also turned down a new contract with the club to seek a League One side.