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Leyton Orient have confirmed the appointment of Justin Edinburgh as Head Coach.

Crewe Alexandra boss David Artell says that the recent loan moves for Dan Udoh and Ollie Finney at Halesowen Town have served their development well.

Bostik League South Division side Guernsey FC will be without Ross Allen for the remainder of the season and likely the foreseeable future after that, with the forward revealing he was leaving the island within the next week to live and work in New Zealand.

Dean Keates will begin the first of his three-match touchline ban in Saturday's visit of Maidenhead United, forced to settle for a watching brief from high up in the Racecourse stands, but insists: "I prefer to watch it up there".

Tony Zeverona has stepped down as the chairman of EVO-STIK League Prescot Cables after more than a decade at the helm.

Torquay United's new French striker Guy Gnabouyou is relishing the chance to make his mark in English football and he has no fears that he will be able to cope with the extra 'intensity' of the game here.

James Akintunde says that he and his Chester FC teammates cannot use a tiredness from their away travels as an excuse for Saturday's 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Dagenham & Redbridge.

Former Watford and Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee put on the gloves for one last time to help one of his protégés at Dunstable Town.

A midfield trialist was on the scoresheet for York City as their reserves took on Rotherham United.

Dean Keates says he is busy trying to bolster his attacking options, but admits Wrexham are being hampered by the need for international clearance.

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