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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

News Round-Up

Barrow have signed Bradford defender Steve Williams on an initial months loan. The 31 year old has only just returned to fitness after missing several months with a ruptured ACL. The Cumbrian side have also signed winger Adam Dawson on non-contract terms, with the 20 year old former Man Utd and Wigan trainee having been without a pro club this season.

Former Bulls loanee Matthew Lund has extended his loan at Southend to the end of the season. The 22 year old is a free agent in the summer after being told by Stoke his deal will not be extended. Luton boss John Still will extend his backroom staff further by employing a fitness and conditioning coach in the summer. 

Tamworth have signed Notts County keeper Liam Mitchell on loan for a second time. The youngster has also had a loan spell at Mansfield this season. Newport boss Justin Edinburgh wants to sign two further players before the loan deadline passes. He wants cover for his wing backs as they now prefer to play with three central defenders.

Stockport say returning Head of Development Alan Lord will assist boss Darije Kalezic after the departure of assistant boss Stuart Watkiss. Cambridge have frozen season ticket prices for next season. The U's have also introduced £15 season tickets for under 10's when purchased with an adult ticket, and a free single ticket in every book to bring along a friend. Individual matchday adult admission will cost between £15 and £19.

Coventry stadium owners ACL say they made £119,000 on sales of £1million on the food and beverage kiosks at the Ricoh Arena. The club is demanding this income as part of the ongoing war over rent payments, after it sold rights to it in 2003. Luton have released coaches Stuart Cash and Carl Emberson as boss John Still looks to shake up his backroom staff. The departures leave three coaches at Still's disposal.

Alfreton have signed former Nottm Forest trainee Ben Gathercole on non-contract terms. The 20 year old comes in with loan keeper Jordan Pickford needed for England u19 duty.