DAILY UPDATE: MON 29 APRIL

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Bradford have given us another 500 tickets for Saturday. We have sold 1,000 already. For more information and to purchase, visit the official club web site.

Shrewsbury’s draw at Coventry yesterday has confirmed their survival. Three from Wycombe, Southend, Plymouth, Walsall, Scunthorpe, and ourselves will go down on Saturday. Wycombe are very long shots given goal difference, so realistically it is three from five.

Plymouth have sacked manager Derek Adams. Kevin Nancekivell will take charge for their game with Scunthorpe on Saturday. In a statement, the Devon club said: “The club would like to place on record its sincere gratitude to Derek, not only for his hard work and dedication in his management of the team, but also for his wider input into the club during four challenging and often exciting seasons.”

The under-18s won their penultimate game of the season on Saturday. They won 2-1 at Stevenage, with Jack Madelin and Finlay McNab getting the goals. They go into the final game of the season with a chance to win their league.

Alfie Egan and James O’Halloran were unable to prevent Kingstonian losing to Leatherhead on the weekend. Corinthian-Casuals, for whom Jack Rudoni has been on loan, lost to Whitehawk. Tommy Wood missed Burgess Hill’s final game through injury.

Last night’s Wimbledon Fans Show is available to listen to on demand. Visit lovesportradio.com and click the ‘On Demand’ link at the top of the page. Mark Hendrikx joined Jake Watson in the studio.

The Daily Update feature will continue until Friday 10 May. After that date, we will look to produce a weekly close-season update, on a day to be confirmed. You can receive email notifications for when all updates are available: email 9yrs@may14.co.uk with the subject line, “Daily Update Notification” and you will be contacted as soon as the update is published. As always, any comments, suggestions, or criticisms are welcome: please comment below or email the above address.

ON THIS DAY – 1978. The Dons finished their first season in the Football League with a 3-2 defeat at Barnsley. It had been a season of change, with Allen Batsford resigning mid-campaign after a terrible run. Dario Gradi stepped up from Assistant Manager and appointed “Harry” Bassett as his assistant, and the Dons had a hugely successful second half of the season, managing 10 wins from 31, finishing relatively comfortably in 13th place.

MC, CD, ND, GJ, MH

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