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A Swindon fan arrested for running on to the pitch and allegedly punching Leyton Orient keeper Jamie Jones has been released on bail.
The Football Association has confirmed it will launch an investigation into how Jamie Jones was attacked during Leyton Orient's 3-1 away win at Swindon Town on Saturday.
Manager Shaun Derry was encouraged by much of what he saw from his struggling Notts County side at Shrewsbury.
Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson insists he has no problems with fans calling for him to be sacked after losing 1-0 to Stevenage.
Kenny Jackett feels his Wolves are well placed to mount a sustained promotion push following a goalless draw with Brentford.
Boss Uwe Rosler was full of praise for his Brentford side's display as they played out a goalless draw at high-flying Wolves.
Bristol City head coach Sean O'Driscoll felt his side had a perfectly good goal ruled out in their 1-0 home defeat to Sheffield United.
Adam Reach's winner sealed a 1-0 win for Shrewsbury over Notts County and brought a smile to the face of boss Graham Turner.
Nigel Clough praised the fans who made the trip after Sheffield United's 1-0 win at Bristol City courtesy of Aden Flint's own goal.
Port Vale boss Micky Adams was delighted with his side's 2-1 derby win at Crewe that lifts his side up to ninth in the table.
Steve Davis praised his Crewe side despite their 2-1 home derby defeat to rivals Port Vale.
Carlisle manager Graham Kavanagh was pleased with how his players dug in with 10 men to earn a goalless draw at Rotherham.
Rotherham manager Steve Evans was left to rue a 'missed opportunity' after his team's 0-0 draw with 10-man Carlisle.
Joe Dunne was full of praise for his Colchester side following their 1-1 draw at Preston North End.
Steven Pressley refused to criticise his Coventry players after Ryan Lowe's hat-trick helped Tranmere to a 5-1 win at Sixfields.
Simon Grayson was left to rue Preston's poor finishing after his side were held to a 1-1 home draw by Colchester.
Ronnie Moore hailed the "first-class" finishing of hat-trick hero Ryan Lowe as Tranmere thrashed Coventry 5-1 at Sixfields.
Stevenage boss Graham Westley felt his team were worthy winners at Peterborough as they continued their recent improvement.
Karl Robinson thought MK Dons were the better team against Bradford but ultimately contributed to their own downfall in a 3-2 loss.
Phil Parkinson hailed Jason Kennedy after he came in from the cold to fire Bradford to their first win in seven games.