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Sunday, April 26, 2015

News Round-Up

Former Bulls loanee Scott Tynan now runs a pair of tattoo shops on Merseyside and a third in Leicester after retiring from football. The 31 year old had a series of injuries that saw the end of his playing career, having played eight times for the Bulls at the start of the 2006/7 season on loan from Rushden. He runs the Leicester store alongside Premier League defender Wes Morgan, a former team-mate during his youth team days at Nottm Forest.

Step 5 side Celtic Nation have confirmed they will withdraw from the Northern League and fold after being unable to secure investment to carry on next season. The club, formed 10 years ago as Gillford Park, were heavyweights in the division over the past few years after a US based backed changed the club's name and imported a series of ex-Football League players. He withdrew last season, leaving the club floundering after the money run out.

Cheltenham chairman Paul Baker says he wants Gary Johnson to carry on as manager after their relegation from the Football League. The former Yeovil boss has won just one of six games in charge at Whaddon Road but, with most of the playing staff out of contract, Baker hopes he will clear the decks and start afresh in the Conference next season.

Nuneaton have announced they will part with manager Liam Daish following their relegation from the Conference. The former defender is tipped to return to former club Ebbsfleet, with a newspaper poll of supporters backing him to be their next manager. Daish will remain in charge until after the Boro's Birmingham Senior Cup game with Birmingham City on Thursday.

Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous says he expects the club to go straight through League Two following promotion from the Conference. The Bees claimed their third Conference title after previously winning the division in 1991 and 2004 with a win over Gateshead, with Martin Allen in his fourth spell in charge of the side.