Barnet manager Lawrie Sanchez says he will hold talks with chairman Tony Kleanthous after Saturday's 6-3 loss to Burton. Sanchez told the press: "Whoever comes or whoever is in charge on Monday morning will have to change it" but denied he is expecting to be sacked after picking up just three wins all season. The former Northern Ireland boss says he will have to dispense with some of his current squad in order to bring in new faces.
Port Vale have named Peter Miller as their new chairman. The 52 year old only joined the board last week after being voted in by shareholders. Bristol Rovers boss Paul Buckle says that an 'ultimatum' from Stuart Campbell's agent caused the veteran player to be transfer listed. Speaking to the press, Buckle suggests that Campbell's agent asked for a new two year playing contract for his man as well as the offered coaching role.
Oxford have been dealt a blow after having loan striker Robbie Hall recalled by West Ham. The 18 year old scored six times in ten games but is needed by the Hammers due to injuries. Southend council believe the club's new stadium won't start work until next year after leaving the project out of their financial planning for the current year. The club had previously stated that they expected to start the project this month, but no work has begun.
Wrexham have offered caretaker boss Andy Morrell the job until the end of the season. The 37 year old striker has been named the Conference's Manager of the Month after guiding his side to top spot in the table. Macclesfield have confirmed they have resigned striker George Donnelly on loan with a view to a permanent January move. Meanwhile the Silkmen have appointed Jon Harris as Commercial General Manager. He was previously Chief Executive at Wrexham prior to his own bid for the club failing.
Bournemouth say they have had an offer of £4.5million rejected to buy the freehold of their Dean Court home back from the firm that bought it for £3million six years ago. Chairman Eddie Mitchell says the club will seek a new home if they cannot strike a deal.