Division Three News

Last updated : 09 May 2004 By Matt Carrington

Leyton Orient have released defender Matthew Brazier after agreeing a settlement on the remainder of his contract with the club.

Carlisle United boss Paul Simpson has started his rebuilding of the club following relegation to the Conference. Richie Foran, Peter Duffield, Mark Boyd and Michael Reed have all been told that they are not needed at the club. Foran and Duffield have been told that they will not offered a new deal when their current contract runs out this summer. However, Simpson has offered new deals to Lee Andrews and Andy Preece for next season.

Boston United have taken Ben Muirhead on trial after the midfielder was released by Bradford following their relegation to the Second Division.

Southend United have handed plans to build a new 16,000 all-seater stadium back the local council.

Macclesfield Town boss Brian Horton is hoping to sit down and have talks over a new deal after steering the Silkmen away from the relegation places, taking 13 from a possible 18 points.

Doncaster Rovers have agreed a new deal with promising youngster Jon Maloney that sees the forward extend his stay at Belle Vue for a further year.

Darlington boss David Hodgson has admitted that the club will be forced to cash in on star striker Barry Conlon during the summer.