Wigan manager Gary Caldwell was left bitterly disappointed after his side missed the chance of another trip to Wembley, losing to Barnsley in the northern area semi-final of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
The Football League’s announcement that it will be rebranded itself as the American-sounding ‘EFL’ from next season will do little to halt the growing apathy among supporters.
Rochdale boss Keith Hill says his players need to start grinding out results if they are to retain their League One status, starting with Wigan Athletic at home tomorrow.
Rochdale assistant manager Chris Beech wants his side to back up Saturday’s FA Cup with a win in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy at Spotland against Morecambe tomorrow night.
Rochdale assistant manager Chris Beech says the team simply have to go for it in their first FA Cup tie with Swindon Town since 1913.
Bury face a tough task this weekend against League One’s early pacesetters, Walsall although manager Dean Smith thinks the north Manchester club have a lot more to come.
Bury manager David Flitcroft is heeding the advice of Manchester United legend Gary Neville to take the season “one game at a time” in search of promotion.
Bury are seven points behind second-placed Wycombe with a game in hand as they prepare to take on Cambridge and Morecambe over Easter.
Kevin Ellison’s second-half goal was enough for Morecambe to condemn Bury to their fourth defeat in five away league games.
The League Two club’s Board of Directors released a statement earlier this week aiming to appease fans and clarify the nature of a ‘loan’ created to help raise revenues.
‘As good a show as I’ve seen’: David Flitcroft purrs over Bury’s progress in Johnstone’s Paint Trophy
Two first half goals from Danny Nardiello and a late Ryan Lowe strike were enough to see the Shakers seal a 3-1 win at the JD Stadium.