Plymouth's former manager Peter Reid has agreed to the five year wage repayment plan on offer. Bidder James Brent believes he now has everyone of the 310 people needed to sign on board, but is still awaiting paperwork from some ahead of a Friday deadline when wages are due. Meanwhile, Reid's 1986 FA Cup medal he auctioned for the club is to be replaced by the FA. The Pilgrims have also seen the loan of defender Simon King end due to injury. The Gillingham man missed the last two matches and was not expected to be fit before his loan expired.
Northampton boss Gary Johnson has been linked in press reports to a Russian consortium looking to invest in Bournemouth, but the former Latvia boss has denied the speculation. Big spending Welsh Premier side Neath say their future is secure after goalkeeper Lee Kendall walked out of the club after not being paid. Chairman Geraint Hawkes has seen his import business go bust and there was a delay in wages at the club.
Bristol Rovers are reported to have put former caretaker boss, and current player, Stuart Campbell up for a loan move away from the club. Crawley boss Steve Evans says Wimbledon fans are jealous of the Red Devils after their meeting at the weekend. He told the press: "We have better players than them, a better management team than them, better directors than them, better owners than them, better facilities than them and, as they found out on Saturday, better fans than them."
Grimsby's Supporters Trust has taken a 27% stake in the club after being gifted the shares by shareholder Mike Parker. Parker and former chairman John Fenty were being investigated as to whether they were acting together in a way that constituted a takeover of the club. Both men now also hold 27% each. Tyler Weir was booked for clashing with former Cheltenham man JJ Melligan during Gloucester's 1-0 loss to Solihull in Conf North last night.