This week in League Two: MACCLESFIELD boss Paul Ince has not ruled out a return to the playing side of football before the end of the season, as his side battles against the drop to the Conference. The 39-year-old former Manchester United midfielder has said he may pick himself if there is need for calm on the pitch.
ROCHDALE boss Keith Hill has signed a new three-year deal with the club, along with his assistant David Flitcroft. The managing duet, who are former players at the club, have been given new contracts after making a solid start, with four defeats in 22 games.
WREXHAM`s on-loan HARTLEPOOL striker Michael Proctor has been given permission by Pools manager Danny Wilson to play against Walsall and Boston. Proctor scored the winner at Play-Off chasing Shrewsbury last Tuesday, which gave the Dragons three vital points in the relegation battle.
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