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The week in words

8 September 2013

Have you missed out on anything at Mansfield Town this week?

It’s been a busy week at Mansfield Town. Have you missed out on anything? If so, you can catch up by looking at our comprehensive review of the week below.

MONDAY

Manager Paul Cox stated that he anticipated a ‘quiet transfer deadline day’ at One Call Stadium. Read our boss’ comments prior to the transfer window closing, by clicking here.

TUESDAY

Manager Paul Cox met with elderly residents as he opened a new hair salon at Maun View Residential Home. Read the full story by clicking here.

Tickets for our League Two fixture at York City on Saturday 14 September went on general sale. Read full details by clicking here.

WEDNESDAY

Ticket arrangements were announced for our upcoming Sky Bet League Two match at Chesterfield on Saturday 28 September. Read full details by clicking here.

The Stagettes earned their first three points in the Midland Combination League, as they cruised to a 3-0 victory over Radcliffe Olympic. Read the full report here.

Our youngsters began life in the North Midlands’ Under 19 League with a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Blidworth Welfare. Read the full report here.

THURSDAY

Manager Paul Cox revealed that Ollie Palmer and James Jennings were ’50-50’ for our trip to Newport County. Find out what else he had to say by clicking here.

Striker Calvin Andrew revealed some of his targets for the campaign, whilst Matt Rhead spoke of his delight at scoring for the first time in the Football League. Watch interviews with the duo here.

FRIDAY

Midfielder Adam Murray joined Rainworth Miners Welfare on a one-month loan. Read the full story, by clicking here.

Did you scoop the jackpot in this week’s Mansfield Lottery? Or were you fortunate enough to win another of the many prizes? Check the results by clicking here.

Would you like to sponsor one of our up-and-coming stars in our youth team this season? For more details, click here.

SATURDAY

The Second Round draw for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy was made live on Soccer AM. If you don’t yet know who we’ll face in Round Two, click here.

Sam Clucas’ equaliser earned us a deserved 1-1 draw in our League Two fixture at Newport County. Read the full report here.

Manager Paul Cox believes our performance at Rodney Parade merited more than a point. Read our boss’ full post-match thoughts by clicking here.

SUNDAY

The Stagettes progressed to the next stage of the Midland Combination Cup after a dramatic 1-0 win over Rotherham United. See who scored by clicking here.


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