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The week in words #21

26 January 2014

Catch up on all the news over the past seven days at One Call Stadium...


Tickets for our Sky Bet League Two match at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday 01 February went on sale to all supporters. To view full ticket information about this fixture, click here.

Ryan Tafazolli was the latest player to take part in ‘An Evening With’ which is held in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar every Monday night. To watch this event in full, click here.


Manager Paul Cox confirmed that he had spoken to a number of transfer targets in his quest to bolster his squad. For more on this story, click here.


Our youth team maintained their six-point lead at the top of the FCYA (Midland Division) following a 1-1 draw at home to title-rivals Ilkeston. To read the match report, click here.

Meanwhile, our reserve team kept up their impressive form with a 2-0 victory over Hartlepool United. To find out who scored the goals, click here.


Manager Paul Cox confirmed that discussions were still ongoing with our potential transfer targets. To listen to his interview in full, click here.

Our boss was tight-lipped on speculation linking Sam Clucas with a move away from One Call Stadium. For more on this story, click here.

Sam Clucas and Ben Hutchinson also returned to training, following over a month on the sidelines through injury. To find out more, click here.

We reminded supporters of a special discount on Stags Player, which is available until the end of this month. To find out more details, click here.


Matt Rhead and Ryan Tafazolli spoke ahead of our meeting with Wycombe Wanderers at One Call Stadium. To find out what the duo had to say, click here.

We also announced that our commercial partners, Hall-Fast, will be taking part in a coast-to-coast charity bike ride later this year. For more information, click here.

Were you a winner in this week’s Mansfield Town Lottery? Or did you scoop another of the many prizes that are available? For the latest lottery results, click here.


Our team staged a remarkable fight-back to collect a point from their match with Wycombe Wanderers at One Call Stadium. To read the match report, click here.

Boss Paul Cox believed we were unfortunate not to pick up maximum points. To hear his post-match thoughts, click here.

Striker Ollie Palmer, who came off the bench to bag our equaliser, is also targeted more goals in the coming weeks. For more on this story, click here.

We were also pleased to inform supporters of some changes at One Call Stadium, which have been carried out by local painting and decorating company Riley & Co. To find out more, click here.

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