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Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge may not feature again for Crewe before the end of his loan spell after sustaining a thigh injury.
Carlisle are closing in on a permanent deal for on-loan Liverpool midfielder Craig Roddan.
Wolves have announced losses of £33.1million for the year ended May 2013 in comparison to a profit of £2.2m 12 months previous.
Brentford will find out on Thursday whether they have been granted planning permission to build a new 20,000-seater stadium.
Oldham's woes continue with boss Lee Johnson confirming striker Charlie MacDonald could miss up to six weeks with a thigh injury.
Rotherham midfielder Ben Pringle believes his side are capable of making the play-offs this season.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett says he will give midfielder Jamie O'Hara a fresh start after a move to Blackpool fell through.
Ben Pringle is flattered to be linked with a move to Reading, but insists the whole Rotherham squad should be attracting attention.
Bristol Rovers star Lee Brown is being linked with a move to the Championship, but he insists he is happy at the Memorial Stadium.
Jermaine Grandison has re-signed for Shrewsbury having rejected a new deal at the end of last season.
Jed McCrory has resigned as chairman of Swindon Town, the League One club have confirmed.
Uwe Rosler, Mark Cooper, Steve Evans and Simon Grayson are the contenders for the Sky Bet League 1 Manager of the Month award.
Carlisle United have extended the loan stay of QPR centre-back Max Ehmer until the new year.
Antony Kay and David Martin could soon hand MK Dons boss Karl Robinson a huge injury boost.
Gillingham have lost the services of another loan player after John Mousinho returned to parent club Preston.
Brentford have announced they have terminated the contract of striker Paul Hayes by mutual consent.
Sky Sports understands a number of Championship and League One clubs are keeping tabs on Port Vale midfielder Chris Lines.
Notts County midfielder Andy Haworth has returned from his loan spell at Tamworth to receive treatment for a hamstring injury.
Centre-back Danny Batth remains in talks with Wolverhampton Wanderers over a new contract.
Swindon have confirmed a change of ownership to Swinton Reds 20 Ltd, owned by director of football Lee Power.