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Friday, January 11, 2019

News Round Up

York City have appointed Steve Watson as their new manager after parting company with Sam Collins, who was only in the role permanently since October. Watson and his assistant Micky Cummins resigned from their roles at Gateshead earlier this week, and were later announced as the Minstermen's new management duo. The pair took National League side Gateshead to the FA Trophy semi-finals last season, with York's board telling the official site they were impressed with his considerable experience, knowledge and his vision for the club.

Former Bulls loanee Cameron Pring has signed a two-year contract extension with Bristol City. The deal includes an additional one-year option for the 20-year-old, left-sided player joined League Two side Cheltenham Town on loan for the remainder of the season last week. Pring told the official Robins website a contract gives him security which allows him to focus on his football.

Kidderminster Harriers' defender Jimmy O'Connor says he's enjoying the challenge of his new responsibilities as part of the Harriers' management team after Neil MacFarlane was sacked. After the side's 2-1 defeat at Spennymoor Town on Saturday, O'Connor told the official website that it's a learning curve for him, and there was things from the loss that will help Harriers improve in the future.

Darlington director John Tempest has clarified his position as an unpaid director of the club, after the company's accounts showed he'd been paid a five-figure sum. Speaking to the Northern Echo Tempest said the £10,500 payment was for 'a mix of commission for commercial deals delivered and payment services'.