League 2 latest: Morecambe snap up their former defender
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Wycombe’s chairman to step down later this month, while a former Plymouth player-of-the-year remains hopeful of staying in England
Laurence Wilson has re-joined Morecambe, two years after he left the club.
The defender made more than 100 appearances for the Shrimps before leaving for Rotherham United in 2012, and after a spell last season at Accrington Stanley he has now returned to Morecambe on a one-year deal.
Wilson also counts Everton and Chester among his former clubs.
Don Woodward is stepping down as chairman of Wycombe Wanderers.
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Having been in the role for two years, Woodward will be replaced by Andrew Howard at the end of July.
Former Plymouth Argyle player Maxime Blanchard remains hopeful of joining a new club in England, despite returning to France to train on his own.
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The defender, 27, is a former Pilgrims player-of-the-year but was released in the summer by manager John Sheridan.