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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

News Round-Up


Gloucester say they will pay all debts owed to landlords Cheltenham ahead of the new season. The two clubs agreed a deal for next season in March to allow the Tigers to keep their Conf North place, but the Robins say they will block usage unless the outstanding £20,000 debts are settled. Alfreton say that Josh Law and Alastair Taylor have signed new one year deals with the club. Manager's son Law has been at the club since 2007, while 21 year old Taylor made only 13 appearances last term.

Former Wrexham winger Glen Little is considering hanging up his boots at the age of 37 as he doesn't expect many offers for his services. He has told the local press he considers his time at the club as a failure as they failed to win promotion. Grimsby joint boss Rob Scott says he doesn't expect any signings until pre-season training begins in a months time. The Mariners are looking to only add five more players to the 13 currently under contract.

Luton boss John Still says he is considering releasing long term injury victims Danny Spiller and Garry Richards. The ex-Gillingham pair haven't made an appearance between them after picking up injuries after signing two year deals last summer, and Still will wait for assessments on their fitness before coming to a decision.