Two-News-Bites - November 6th

Last updated : 06 November 2009 By Deano

Aldershot's caretaker boss Jason Dodd has admitted the lure from his former club Southampton was too good to resist.

Dodd will take charge of the shots FA Cup game tomorrow berfore making his way back to the South Coast on Monday after accepting a position at the club's academy.

Jason as had some good and some bad results in his time in charge of the shots but he wants to go out on a high with a win tomorrow at home to Bury.

Dodd will leave the shots 10th in the League 2 Table only 3 points off a play-off place.

Bradford are on a revenge mission tonight in their FA Cup clash away at Notts County.

The Bantams were thrashed 5-0 at Meadow lane on the opening day of the season and manager Stuart McCall wants his players to banish the memory.

Bradford did get a little bit of pride back afater beating the Pies in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in October at Valley Parade.

Bury boss Alan Knill is hoping to keep his injury-hit side's unbeaten run going for as long as he can.

Bury who have been without the likes of Andy Bishop, Damien Allen, Andy Morrell, Danny Carlton, and Tom Elliot in recent weeks and have gone 9 games since there last defeat.

They face 2 cup games against Aldershot and then Accrington in the FA Cup and Johnstone's Paint Trophy before getting back to league action with two very tough games against Notts County And Shrewsbury.  

Burton manager Paul Peschisolido says he could be forced into making a loan signing after injury problems at the club.

The Brewers have 2 fit full-backs at the club so Paul is on the look out for a full-back on loan. Paul was left dissapoiened to have miss out on Anthony Elding who choose to move to the Blue Square Premier side Kettering so he switched to looking for a full-back and will be making phone calls this week hoping to get cover in.

Rochdale have been awarded the F&C Investment Performance of the Week Award.

Dale won the award after thrashing League 2 leaders AFC Bournemouth 4-0 at Dean Court last Saturday.

Keith Hills men took Bournemouth to the cleaners with a brace from ex Miller Chris O'Grady and strikes from Chris Dagnall and Simon Whaley.

Hill described victory as the best of his time at Spotland and he will receive an engraved crystal football on Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday.

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