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Wolves complain over racist abuse

Wolves have made a complaint to Walsall and the Football Association after Carl Ikeme and George Elokobi reported racial abuse from home fans at Saturday's League One match at the Banks's Stadium.

Goalkeeper Ikeme and defender Elokobi reported the abuse, which allegedly occurred in two separate incidents, to Wolves' management staff.

Jackson made Shrews boss

Michael Jackson has never had a No.1 hit. Credit: PA

Shrewsbury have appointed Michael Jackson as manager on a deal until the end of the season.

Jackson has been caretaker boss since Graham Turner resigned his position at the end of January and the Sky Bet League One club feel that continuity will be important in their battle against relegation.

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Oldham bag ex-Man City youngster

Terry Dunfield (right) was released by Toronto in October. Credit: PA

Oldham Athletic have signed former Manchester City youngster Terry Dunfield on a short-term contract.

The Canadian midfielder, who made one appearance for Premier League side City, has been on trial at Boundary Park in recent weeks, having left Toronto in October.

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Ranger arrested again

Nile Ranger is no stranger to the police. Credit: PA

Former Premier League footballer Nile Ranger has been arrested on suspicion of breaching his bail conditions in relation to an upcoming rape trial.

Ex-Newcastle striker Ranger, 22, was arrested in the early hours of this morning.

He was reportedly held outside Newcastle's Tup Tup Palace Nightclub at 2.30am.

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Crewe keen on Aneke deal

Crewe boss Steve Davis admits he would love to sign Arsenal loanee Chuks Aneke on a permanent basis at the end of the season.

The young attacker, who is out of contract in the summer, has scored 10 times this season in his second spell on loan at Gresty Road.

Signing Chuks on a permanent basis is something I've thought about but it is maybe a bit early for him to decide what he is going to do in the summer. His agent was very keen for him to be here and everyone can see the improvement he has made when making that step up from Under-21 football.

We won't be able to compete with a lot of clubs financially but Chuks has to fit into a style of football, if I was going to give him any advice it would be that the team he plays in is very important to him because of the style of player he is.

– Crewe manager Steve Davis speaking to the club's official website

Oldham boss signs new deal

Lee Johnson is the youngest manager in the league. Credit: PA

Oldham manager Lee Johnson has signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract at Boundary Park.

The Football League's youngest manager will now remain with Latics until the summer of 2018.

Chairman Simon Corney recently expressed a desire to reward Johnson, 32, with a new contract and, despite Oldham winning just one of their last eight games, he has been true to his word.

Speaking at his Thursday morning press conference prior to putting pen to paper on his extension, Johnson said: "I am loving working here, it's been an unbelievable topsy-turvy year but I am loving it."

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