Yeovil Town battled back from two goals down to draw, Cheltenham win at Morecambe and Bristol Rovers draw with Crawley in the FA Cup.
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Swindon Town has announced that the club is under new ownership.
Its director of football, Lee Power has taken control from the consortium led by chairman, Jed McCrory, which bought the club earlier this year.
The buy-out by Swindon 20 Reds, the company set up by the former striker, has been approved by the football league.
Steve Cotterill answers questions at the Bristol City news conference where he was announced as new manager.
Mobile phone footage of Steve Cotterill taken at this morning's Bristol City news conference. More video later.
City vice chairman Jon Lansdown said: “I'm delighted that Stevehas chosen to join Bristol City Football Club. I believe he has the drive, energy and ability to get usback to winning ways.
“He is passionate about bringing success to this club and I am looking forward to working with him to achieve that.”
Bristol City have appointed Steve Cotterill as their new manager. The49 year-old was a free agent and has been the front-runner for thepost since Sean O'Driscoll was sacked last Thursday. .
Cotterill was already known to board members at Ashton Gate after interviewing forthe job on a previous occasion. He guided his hometown club, Cheltenham, to a double promotion a over a decade ago, leading them out of the Conference and into League One within three years.
More recently, Cotterill was manager at Portsmouth and Nottingham Forest
Swindon Town have announced a change of ownership at the League One football club. Director of Football, Lee Power, has taken control, after a transfer of shareholdings to his company. Power was part of a consortium, led by Chairman, Jed McCrory, that bought the club earlier this year. Details here.
Yeovil Town could include three new signings when they play Watford in the Championship at Vicarage Road.
In League One, caretaker-manager John Pemberton is in charge of Bristol City at Preston while Swindon Town host Carlisle.
In League Two, Bristol Rovers are at home to Wimbledon, with Cheltenham away at Southend.