Port Vale are to hold a minute’s silence for Bill Bell before their match against Morecambe.
The former Valiants chairman lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday and will be remembered by fans and players ahead of the game tomorrow (February 16).
Leek Town manager Lee Casswell believes his side now only have one play-off spot to aim for.
A 1-1 draw against Gresley in midweek leaves Leek eight points behind fifth placed Belper Town with two games in hand.
Port Vale’s Ryan Lloyd has spoken of his excitement about the possibility of making his full senior debut tomorrow.
With Ashley Vincent suspended, the 18-year-old winger could be in line to start against York, and is raring to go, if Micky Adams picks him.
A Stoke-on-Trent catering firm has beaten off competition from hundreds of other businesses to be recognised at an international award ceremony.
Lindley Venue Catering beat off rival companies from the UK and abroad to be chosen as finalists in three categories at the 2012 Football Business Awards on November 8.
Burton Albion’s Jimmy Phillips has backed his team mates to finish the job off when the Brewers meet Altrincham in their FA Cup replay at Moss Lane.
The Brewers had to come from behind twice at the Pirelli Stadium with goals from Zander Diamond, Jacques Maghoma and a last minute equaliser from Calvin Zola to secure their place in the hat for the second round draw.
Stoke City have applied for planning permission to expand the Britannia Stadium.
The club is hoping to expand the capacity to the 30,000 mark by taking the opportunity to “fill-in” the gap between the Seddon Stand and the Marston’s Pedigree Stand.
Kidsgrove Athletic recorded their second victory in the space of a week as they beat Gresley 5-3 in a thrilling encounter at the Seddon Stadium.
Goals from Liam Shotton, Craig Dove, Danny Skelton and John Johnston’s third in as many days helped see off a spirited Gresley side that pushed Grove all the way.
Former Kidsgrove Athletic striker Nathan Blissett admits he couldn’t have dreamed of an FA Cup First Round appearance a year ago.
The business management graduate from Staffordshire University played 64 minutes of Kidderminster Harriers’ tie with Oldham in front of 2,900 fans.
Kidsgrove Athletic earned the bragging rights over Staffordshire rivals Newcastle Town with a comfortable 4-1 victory.
Eighteen-year-old John Johnston was the star of the show and his second half brace was enough to condemn Newcastle to their third defeat in four games.