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The week in words #24

16 February 2014

Catch up with everything what’s happened at One Call Stadium over the past seven days with our regular feature ‘The Week in Words’.


Our Final Third Development League Cup match away at Rotherham United was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. To read the latest reserve team fixture news, click here.

In his interview ahead of our scheduled match against Bury, boss Paul Cox called for a repeat of the performance which saw us beat Southend United in our previous match. For more on this story, click here.

Martin Riley was the latest personality in the hot seat for our series entitled ‘An Evening With’. You can watch the event in full on Stags Player, by clicking here.


The horrible wet weather caused our Sky Bet League Two home match with Bury to be postponed. A new date has been set for this fixture, however, which you can find out by clicking here.

We released a club statement confirming that we are negotiations with Rugby Union outfit Rotherham Titans about a possible ground-share of One Call Stadium next term. To find out more, click here.


Chairman John Radford is amongst representatives from the club who will take part in a London to Amsterdam cycle challenge later this year in a bid to raise funds for charity. To find out more, click here.

Our youth team were again left without a game as their respective fixtures against Corby Town and Handsworth were called off due to waterlogged pitches. For more on this story, click here.

Finally, we released ticket details for our Sky Bet League Two match away to Hartlepool United on Tuesday 25 March (7.45pm). For full information, click here.


At his meeting with the local press, boss Paul Cox discussed a number of issues including our loan transfer activity, the wet weather and the Sky Bet League Two relegation battle. To read more, click here.

Elsewhere, midfielder Anthony Howell and shot-stopper Alan Marriott also talked to the local media ahead of our visit to the Kassam Stadium. To hear what the duo had to say, click here.

We were pleased to launch our new-look online club shop, where you can purchase a range of memorabilia and items. To see the new shop for yourself, visit


We were delighted to confirm details about four fun-filled events which will take place in the Kevin Bird Suite ahead of the run up to Christmas 2014. To find out more, click here.

Were you the jackpot winner in this week’s Mansfield Town Lottery? Or did you scoop one of the numerous other prizes, which are available? To see the latest lottery results, click here.


Despite a good performance, our team were unable to convert many of the chances that they created as we were beaten 3-0 by promotion-chasing Oxford United. To read the match report, click here.

Speaking shortly afterwards, manager Paul Cox admitted that the defeat is a learning curve for our players. To read more post-match thoughts from our boss, click here.

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