Gerard Kinsella has been banned for two years, after a sample he gave tested positive for a banned steroid.
Fleetwood Town have appointed the ex-Preston and Burnley ace Graham Alexander as their new manager.
Fleetwood Town are preparing for there first game as a Football League club.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place on the body of a man found washed up on the beach at Fleetwood on Monday.
A dog walker called police after discovering the man's body on the beach at Rossall.
His death is still being treated as unexplained.
Police are appealing for information after the body of a man was found washed up on the beach at Fleetwood yesterday, Monday 17 February.
Around 5.40pm a dog walker called police after they found the body of a man on the beach at Rossall.
The body was approximately one mile out from land and was recovered with the assistance of the Coastguard.
Enquiries are underway to identify the man and the death is being treated as unexplained at this time.
Detective Inspector Bev Foster said: “We believe this man has only been in the water for a short period of time and we are doing all we can to find out who he is and how he came to be in the water.
The man is described as white, in his late forties or mid-sixties. He is 5ft 8 to 10inches tall, medium build, clean shaven with light brown balding hair and blue eyes.
He was wearing bottoms and black cotton trousers over the top, a blue button up jacket and black lace up shoes.
A man's body has been found washed up on the beach in Fleetwood.
The discovery was made last night close to Rossall Point.
Coastguards helped recover the body.
Police are treating the death as "unexplained"
David Chisnall reports on Nathan Pond, the Fleetwood Town star who's among a rare group of players to have plied his trade in six English divisions.
Fleetwood Town have made a fantastic start to the new League Two season and are currently sitting in the automatic play-off places.
David Chisnall paid them a visit:
Police have released CCTV images of four people they are keen to trace following a burglary at Fleetwood Town football club on Saturday 26 January.
The offence sometime between 8pm on Saturday night and 8am Sunday morning when at least four people broke into the football club on Highbury Avenue using equipment such as an angle grinder, crowbar and hammer.
The offenders gained access via a perimeter gate close to the Memorial Park and from there entry has been forced through a door within the stands.
Once inside they have searched various rooms before leaving via the same gate with two safes, described as small and black with a keypad locking system, and a 42” flat screen LG TV.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.