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The week in words #39

1 June 2014

Our first summer signing was unveiled and more friendlies were arranged. Catch up on another busy week with our regular column: ‘The Week in Words’.


The Sky Bet League Two line-up for the 2014/15 campaign was confirmed following Burton Albion’s defeat to Fleetwood Town in the Play-Off Final. To view the full list, click here.

We also urged supporters to get behind ‘Roger the Mascot’ who are bidding to become the unofficial sound of England’s World Cup campaign. To find out more, click here.


Defender Luke Jones was unveiled as our first summer signing – opting to join us from Sky Bet League Two rivals, Stevenage. For more on this story, click here.

Shortly after re-joining us, the centre-back, who was part of our title-winning squad in 2012/13, admitted he was ‘buzzing’ to be back at One Call Stadium. For more on this story, click here.

During his weekly post-match interview, manager Paul Cox admitted he was ‘flattered’ by media speculation linking him with the current managerial vacancy at Blackpool. For more on this story, click here.

Meanwhile, tickets for our four home pre-season friendlies went on sale to supporters. For all the essential information, click here.

An away fixture with Grimsby Town was also added to our pre-season schedule, whilst our fixture away at Clipstone was re-arranged. For more details, including the date of the match, click here.

Finally, we gave you more key dates for your diary, so that you don’t miss a single thing this summer. To see an updated list of important dates, click here.


Manager Paul Cox stated that he expected ‘more activity’ in the transfer market over the coming days following the arrival of Luke Jones at One Call Stadium. To read more, click here.


We confirmed another pre-season friendly against opposition who ply their trade in the Conference Premier. To find out who it is, click here.

Would you like to help your school and our Football in the Community department through our 50/50 penalty shoot-out fundraiser? For more information, click here.


Chairman John Radford pledged £1,000 to Prostate Cancer UK after being forced to withdraw from a charity bike ride to London to Amsterdam following an accident. For more information, click here.

Meanwhile, were you a winner in this week's Mansfield Town Lottery? To view the latest results, click here.


We checked the statistics and our team will travel approximately 6,000 miles in Sky Bet League Two next season. To find out more, click here.

Finally, did you know you can make savings of up to £176 by purchasing a Season Ticket for the 2014/15 campaign? For more details, click here.

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