Macclesfield have signed winger Marcus Marshall from Rotherham on an initial months loan. The 22 year old has fallen out of favour since being red carded in the Millers' FA Cup loss to Shrewsbury in early December. Northampton have signed midfielder Luke Guttridge following his release from Aldershot yesterday. The 29 year old previously spent two years at Sixfields from 2008, and has signed an 18 month deal.
Plymouth have extended the loan of Blackpool full back Paul Bignot until the end of the season. The former Newport man has played nine times for the Pilgrims so far. Crawley have signed Arsenal forward Sanchez Watt on loan until the end of the season. The England u19 international spent last season at Leeds, scoring once, and had a goalless month at Sheff Weds earlier this term.
Port Vale's Supporters Club have confirmed they have formally asked the club to call an EGM. The news comes on top of further revelations that the club have broken the rules of their £2.2million council loan for a second time after failing to provide the council with relevant financial information. Meanwhile, the club have come under further fire after reporting fans to the Police for protesting against the board. Several fans received Police visits including one that took photographs of the club's ground.
Wimbledon have signed Arsenal defender Gavin Hoyte on loan for a month. The 21 year old spent three months at Lincoln last season, making 15 appearances. Oxford have loaned midfielder Adam Chapman to Newport for an initial month. The 22 year old has made only one sub appearance for the U's this term. Barnet have signed Reading winger Jordan Obita on a months loan. The 17 year old has made two appearances for the Royals' first team.
Aldershot have signed forward Stefan Payne on a contract until the end of the season after Gillingham released him earlier today. The 20 year old started only three of 37 appearances for the Gills, scoring twice. Oxford have released defender Steve Kinniburgh by mutual consent. The 22 year old Scot has been only a bit part player since joining from Rangers on a two year deal in 2010.
Kidderminster midfielder Lee Hendrie has been declared bankrupt after failing to respond to court filings made by the taxman. The former Aston Villa midfielder is reported to have earned up to £24,000 a week during his career. Neath say they have settled their problems with the taxman, and made midfielder Kris O'Leary their permanent new manager. The club have shed several players, including ex-Bull Sam Gwynne, after having cashflow problems following heavy spending last season.