• Ryan Brunt: Moving up a league

    York snap up Brunt

    York City have signed striker Ryan Brunt on a one-month loan deal from non-league outfit Bristol Rovers.

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  • Collins boost for Oxford

    Oxford United have received a boost with the news that Michael Collins' injury is not as serious as feared.

    Monday September 29 2014, 18:45 BST
    Michael Collins: Confident of making quick return
  • Labadie looking to kick on

    Joss Labadie hopes he has cemented his place in Dagenham's starting line-up after bagging both goals in Saturday's 2-0 win over York.

    Monday September 29 2014, 18:39 BST
    Joss Labadie: Wants regular match time
  • Edwards keen to solve drought

    Rob Edwards is determined to sort out a goal drought which has seen Tranmere Rovers score just once in their last four fixtures.

    Monday September 29 2014, 18:38 BST
    Rob Edwards: Wants more goals
  • Cooper checking out strike duo

    Colin Cooper will take a look at two trialists this week as his search to add much-needed firepower to his Hartlepool squad continues.

    Monday September 29 2014, 18:34 BST
    Colin Cooper: Looking to strengthen
  • Harley training with Exeter

    Swindon midfielder Ryan Harley is training with his former club Exeter as he looks to leave The County Ground.

    Monday September 29 2014, 18:35 BST
    Ryan Harley: Looking to leave the County Ground
  • Ton-up Hayes a shining light

    Gareth Ainsworth feels Paul Hayes is leading by example after his 100th career league goal secured Wycombe a 1-0 win over Cambridge.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:53 BST
    Gareth Ainsworth: Striker leading by example
  • Squad spirit delights Wilder

    Northampton boss Chris Wilder praised his injury-hit side's spirit after they beat Morecambe 1-0 at the Globe Arena.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:55 BST
    Chris Wilder: A big win
  • Cox: Stags not at the races

    Mansfield boss Paul Cox was left to rue his side's slow start after they slipped to a 3-0 defeat at Stevenage.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:55 BST
    Paul Cox: Lacked cutting edge
  • Day to remember for Curle

    Carlisle manager Keith Curle oversaw a much-needed 1-0 victory over Tranmere in his first game in charge, much to relief of the fans.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:55 BST
    Keith Curle: Looking to build on win
  • Burnett relived at Dagenham win

    Wayne Burnett admitted Dagenham were far from their best against York but was delighted two goals from Joss Labadie secured a 2-0 win.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:55 BST
    Wayne Burnett: Still work to do
  • Appleton realises size of task

    Michael Appleton admitted it is taking longer than expected to turn things around at Oxford after they were beaten 2-0 by Luton.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:56 BST
    Michael Appleton: Struggling to turn things around
  • Burton top; Cobblers win

    A review of Saturday's action in Sky Bet League 2, including Burton returning to the top of the table.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:11 BST
    Ivan Toney scores Northampton's winner at Morecambe
  • Newport better than ever

    Justin Edinburgh hailed his Newport side as the best of his time at the club after their emphatic 4-1 win over AFC Wimbledon.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:54 BST
    Justin Edinburgh: Thrilled with the win
  • Cooper: Not good enough

    Manager Colin Cooper branded Hartlepool's start to the season as "not good enough" following the goalless draw with Portsmouth.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:56 BST
    Colin Cooper: Bemoans Hartlepool form
  • Summerfield: We can still defend

    Kevin Summerfield hopes Burton have emerged from a shaky spell after a 1-0 win over Cheltenham took them back to the top of the table.

    Saturday September 27 2014, 19:53 BST
    Kevin Summerfield: Looking to kick on
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