Aldershot have released midfielder Emmanuel Panther by mutual consent. The 27 year old Scot played just once for the Shots this season and was out of contract at the end of the season. Torquay have announced plans to increase funding to their youth department. They hope the £60,000 funding increase will develop more players for their first team.
Burton caretaker boss Gary Rowett says he wants the job full time. The coach is currently the bookies' favourite for the job, but the national press claim that Everton boss David Moyes has phoned the club to tell them that former Notts County boss Craig Short is their man. The Brewers have announced a season ticket price freeze for next season.
The Conference are reported to have blocked a move by Newport to move their final home games this season to the nearby rugby ground. Their Spytty Park home needs work on both the pitch and a faulty floodlight. Both Bradford and Crawley have launching internal inquiries into Tuesday night's brawl. Bradford are reported to be considering axeing loan player Andrew Davies after his dismissal, while Crawley boss Steve Evans has promised 'stern' action after viewing video evidence.
Northampton held an open forum for their fans last night, where manager Aidy Boothroyd told fans he could do nothing to bring in another keeper after Matt Duke's return to Bradford. The meeting was held with a representative of Lindley Catering, with the low-grade food supplier under fire for high prices and low quality.
Port Vale's fans had a chance to quiz the club's Administrator last night, where Bob Young announced that one of the five remaining bidders had backed out of an offer but he has three firm bids on the table. The deadline for bids is Monday with Young hoping to have a CVA agreed by the end of April. The Administrator is currently proposing that the matchday entry fee at Vale Park will be £22.50 next season.
Southampton's accounts show that the club's owners have put £33million into it in just two years. Last season, in League One, they spent 93% of their turnover on wages and lost £11.3million. Bradford's defensive problems have increased further after Marcel Seip was ruled out for the season with a shoulder injury. The Dutchman will undergo surgery as a result of the problem.
Shrewsbury have decided that fans will have to pay £10 to watch the rearranged match with Port Vale. The original game lasted an hour before being abandoned due to a fire, and the announcement of the charge has been met with complaints from fans.