The Weekly League One Review

Huddersfield Town story posted by Sean Makin on 24/03/2005
Here is what else is happening at the other clubs this week (24.3.05) in Coca Cola League One starting in alphabetical order with BarnsleyThe Weekly League One Review

Scarborough veteran and former Barnsley player Neil Redfearn has not ruled himself out of the running for the Barnsley manager?s job. Drew 1-1 with relegation battlers MK Dons Daniel Nardiello had given Barnsley the lead on the stroke of half-time, after Stephen McPhail's through ball caught the Dons' defence square but MK Dons equalizer for a draw. Winger Chris Shuker wants to extend his contract, Striker Michael Boulding, a former Town trialist has joined Cardiff City on loan till end of the season. And former Town loanee Fola Onibuje has agreed to terminated his contract with the South Yorkshire Club and is now on trial at Peterborough.
Next Game- Luton (A) League Position- 13th

Blackpool won a shock 2-1 win at home against 10 man Brentford on Tuesday night thanks to a double from midfielder Keith Southern. They have also signed former Rangers winger Steven Boyack who manager Colin Hendry played along side at Rangers before the winger broke his leg. Boyack is on a month to month contract. Striker John Murphy has signed a new 2-year deal with the Seasiders.
Next Game- Hartlepool (H) (on Easter Monday) League Position- 14th

Bournemouth?s play-off hopes were dented by title chasing Hull. Hull ran out 4-0 winners at Dean Court and defender Shaun Maher was sent off for kicking Hull striker Craig Fagan. Manger Sean O?Driscoll has publically critasized Maher for the way he acted. And to top it all off the F.A are investigating a bottle throwing incident in which a bottle was aimed for Hull keeper Boaz Myhill.
Next Game-MK Dons (H)(Easter Monday) League Position-6th

Defender Mark Bower signed a new 2 year contract this week, Bradford lost to Hartlepool 2-1 at Valley Parade on Saturday with Marc Bridge-Wilkinson scoring for the Bantams. His loan spell will end tomorrow against Doncaster. Bridge-Wilkinson has expressed that he wants a permanent switch to Valley Parade. Ex-Town captain and player of the year Craig Armstrong has had his contract terminated by the Bantams.
Next Game- Doncaster (A)(Thursday 23rd) League Position-11th

Blackpool dented their play-off hopes winning 2-1 at Bloomfield Road, On loan Darren Partley scored for the Bees. Partly has also extended his loan from Fulham till end of the season. Boss Martin Allen has rejected reports linking him to the Watford job.
Next Game- Peterborough (H)(Easter Monday League) Position-7th

Bristol City
The Robins hammered relegation threatened Torquay 4-0 at Plainmoor on Saturday, A Leroy Lita first half hat trick and Paul Heffernan got the forth for City. Manager Brian Tinnion fears Lita will quit the club, Midfielder Tony Dinning has signed on loan for Port Vale, City have told Hearts to up their bid if they want to keep striker Lee Miller. Defender Kevin Amankwaah is set to join Yeovil Town and City have taken on 9 trials! Manchester United duo Ben Collett and David Poole, Sunderland trio Niall Flynn, Chris Kingsberry, and Richie Ryan, West Ham pair Tommy Laws and Sosthene Yao along with Charlton midfielder Stacy Long and Arsenal striker Adam Samuel will arrive at the club later this week to try and secure moves to Ashton Gate.
Next Game- Port Vale (H)(2nd April) League Position-8th

Manager Roy McFarland has received a two match touchline ban and fined ?350. He was reportedly using abusive language in the Hull game on February the 1st
Mark Innes has joined Port Vale.
Next Game:- Tranmere Rovers (H) League Position:- 12th

In their last match Colchester got a vital point at home to Sheffield Wednesday. A 1-1 draw thanks to Paul Heckinbottom?s own goal. Rumours are circling that Colchester are set to sign Peterborough striker Calum Willock.
Next Game- Peterborough United (A) League Position-17th

Goalkeeper Andy Warrington is set to be re-called to the starting line up because on loan keeper Iain Turner is away on Scotland under-21 duty. The transfer of Warren Feeney looks to be dead and buried and Donny are rumoured to have bid for Coventry keeper Scott Shearer.
Next Game- Bradford City (H) League Position-10th

Beat Bradford in their own back yard on Saturday, goals from Williams and Porter secured a 2-1 win. Hartlepool have given a trial to ex-Sunderland defender Thomas Butler and are on the verge of signing former Newcastle and Manchester City defender Steve Howey.
Next Game- Huddersfield Town (H) League Position-: 5th

A 4-0 win for the Tigers as they beat Bournemouth on Saturday, goals from Ryan France, Stuart Elliot (2) and former Town loanee Damien Delaney. Midfielder Michael Keane is set to sign for Rotherham before the transfer deadline.
Next Game- Port Vale (H) League Position-: 2nd

Luton got a last gasp equalizer at Oldham on Saturday thanks to Steve Howard to earn the league leaders a crucial point. Having failed to bring in Wycombe?s Nathan Tyson Luton have given a trial to Arsenal youngster Aaron Samuel.
Next Game-: Barnsley (A) League Position-:1st

MK Dons
MK Dons have got 6 games without defeat thanks to Michel Pensee-Bilong?s equalizer against Barnsley.
Next Game- Walsall (A) League Position-21st

Signed ex-Town loanee Luke Beckett on loan from Sheffield United till end of the season and he set up a goal and scored one himself against Luton at Boundary Park on Saturday. Oldham have signed midfielder Amadou Sanokho on non-contract terms.
Next Game- Walsall (A) League Position:- 19th

Got hammered last Friday night by Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park. Tranmere ran out 5-0 winners. Manager and Owner Barry Fry has said he will accept ?600,000 for the club. Danny Sonner has decided to stay on loan at Port Vale for the rest of the season, Calum Willock is set to join Colchester and they have taken Fola Onibuje on trial.
Next Game:- Colchester (H) League Position:- 23rd

Port Vale
Goals from Michael Cummins and Lee Mathews gave Port Vale a 2-0 win over Walsall. Tony Dinning has joined on loan from Bristol City, Danny Sonner has decided to stay on loan with Vale from Peterborough. Mark Innes joins from Chesterfield.
Next Game-: Hull (A) League Position-: 16th

Sheffield Wednesday
A 1-1 draw with Colchester in their last match, Wednesday have signed goalkeeper Paul Gallacher on loan from Norwich and teenager Drew Talbot has been given a 2 year deal.
Next Game- Torquay (H) League Position-:4th

A Warren Feeney hat trick was not enough at they lost 5-3 to Huddersfield Town at the Galpharm Stadium. Stockport have rejected an offer for striker Feeney, but he may leave at the end of the season when his contract is up. Danny Jackman is on trial at Yeovil, Danny Adams is on trial at Huddersfield and midfielder Marc Bridge-Wilkinson wants to stay with Bradford.
Next Game: Bradford (A) (Easter Monday) League Position-: 24th

Striker Michael Proctor has returned to Rotherham after his loan spell, Manager Andy King has rejected Bristol Rovers offer to take Rory Fallon on loan. Last Saturday Swindon came from 2-0 down to beat Wrexham 4-2. A Sam Parkin hat trick and a Grant Smith free-kick. But striker Parkin, could be on way out of Swindon if a good offer comes in for the Swindon forward before the transfer deadline.
Next Game- MK Dons (A) League Position-9th

Hammered by play-off chasing Bristol City 4-0 last Saturday but boss Leroy Rosenior stays positive, QPR midfielder Aaron Brown has joined Torquay on loan till end of the season.
Next Game-Sheffield Wednesday (A) League Position-21st

Ran riot last Friday with a 5-0 win over Peterborough, Hall scored twice but missed a penalty in the last minute, Hume, McAteer and Whitmore were the other scorers for Tranmere, Striker Simon Haworth has left Tranmere but admits his career is in the balance because of a long term leg injury.
Next Game- Chesterfield (A) League Position-3rd

Walsall lost to Port Vale 2-0 last Saturday, Coventry defender Craig Pead has joined Walsall on loan till end of the season. Hereford have signed Daryl Taylor and Leroy Williams on loan and Walsall have signed defender Anthony Gerrard on loan from Everton who is the cousin of Liverpool?s Steven Gerrard.
Next Game- Oldham (H) League Position-18th

Lost to Swindon 4-2 at the weekend but were 2-0 up thanks to Juan Ugarte. Manager Dennis Smith is frustrated about the lack of resources. And Darren Ferguson is back from injury.
Next Game- Bournemouth (H)(2nd April) League Position-22nd


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