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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

News Round-Up

Macclesfield's Supporters Trust has issued a statement saying that the club's entire board bar the majority owners, the Al Khadi brothers, had quit the club, adding that the Trust was "concerned about the long term agenda of the owners". The Trust will seek answers from the brothers, warning that they will consider "actions and protests" if they do not receive satisfactory responses. Torquay have transfer listed former Bulls target Chris McPhee and winger Lloyd Macklin. Devon-based McPhee, 29, turned down the Bulls when leaving Kidderminster and is reported to be interesting Newport.

Barrow say that eight of the nine players offered new deals have agreed to them. The Cumbrian side has frozen season ticket prices for the coming season, charging £275 for an adult terrace ticket with no early bird discount. Mansfield have agreed new deals with seven of their out of contract players, and released six more. Three others are considering new terms. 

Luton claim their play-off failure will cost the club £1million in lost revenue. Chief Executive Gary Sweet says the club's owners will continue to fund losses but that cuts may have to be made. Alfreton have signed teenager Daniel Meadows following his release from Nottm Forest. The 19 year old midfielder spent the final month of the season on loan at the Impact Arena. Seven others have agreed new deals including captain Darran Kempson, while three players have been released.

Lincoln have signed keeper Paul Farman following his release from Gateshead. The England C man played eight times for the Imps on loan last season. Ebbsfleet have named Jessica McQueen as their new Chairman after the previous incumbent stood down for health reasons. Mrs McQueen earned 93% of the vote in a poll of MyFC members, and has been on the club's board as a MyFC representative for the last four years.