Cambridge have signed defender Greg Taylor on a two year deal after his release by Luton. The 23 year old started only 13 games after a cash move from Darlington last summer, and ended the season on loan at Mansfield. Hearts' Administrator has made 11 office staff redundant as part of cost-cutting at the ailing SPL side. Administrator Bryan Jackson, who has dealt with five other clubs including Portsmouth, has called the situation 'as bad as any that I've come across'.
Coventry fans have been told that their club-linked accounts with the Coventry Building Society are to close due to the uncertainty at the League One side. The Sky Blues have also lost their major sponsor, who have opted not to renew their three year deal. The club's stewards are also reported to have refused to follow the club out of the Ricoh Arena, with Walsall having reported turned down talks with the club over a groundshare.
Tamworth have signed defender Tom Eckersley for the coming season. The former Bolton trainee spent last season with Accrington but had brief loan spells with Stockport and Barrow. Rotherham boss Steve Evans says he has had interest in transfer listed ex-Bull Lionel Ainsworth, with the winger given permission to speak to clubs. He is one of three players listed following the Millers' promotion.