Bristol Rovers say the FA and the Football League will probe claims that Wycombe breached third-party ownership rules
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– AFC Wimbledon club statement
The club has been called to appear before a Football Disciplinary Committee (FDC) on 28 April in relation to fielding an ineligible player, Jake Nicholson, in our fixture with Cheltenham Town.
The FDC has discretion whether or not to deduct points. We will be represented at the hearing by Jim Sturman QC and he has advised us that it would not be appropriate to make any further comment at this time.
As soon as the outcome of the hearing has been determined we will publish the background to this charge.
Bristol Rovers have announced that Darrell Clarke will take over as first-team manager, with John Ward becoming the club's director of football.
Ward, who began his second spell as boss in 2012, steered the club to a mid-table finish last term but has struggled to find consistency this campaign.
Clarke became Rovers' assistant manager in the summer and the former Salisbury player-manager now faces the task of keeping the Pirates, who sit 20th in the Sky Bet League Two table, in the Football League.
Everything still pointing towards a departure from #Pompey for Richie Barker today.
Torquay United midfielder Joss Labadie has received a 10-game suspension and a £2,000 fine from the FA after being found guilty of violent conduct.
Labadie was involved in an alleged biting incident involving Chesterfield's Ollie Banks in their League Two meeting last month.
– A Torquay statement on Labadie's suspension
Torquay United can confirm we have received notification of the verdict from the FA on Joss Labadie's misconduct charge. The Club will now consider our options before deciding whether to appeal.