League 2 latest: Oxford striker moves on, while Burton will stay away from white suits
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Albion, who have Phil Edwards and David Gray among their number, will treat the League 2 play-off final as any other game
James Constable has left League 2 side Oxford United to sign for Conference Premier outfit Eastleigh.
The striker, who was one short of Graham Atkinson’s club record 107 goals for the Us, told BBC Radio Oxford that he was offered less money than he was on previously to stay at the club.
The 29-year-old to the BBC: “I enjoyed being here but with a new family and the age I am I need to look after them and that has been the main factor behind the decision to leave Oxford.”
Portsmouth are mulling over whether to offer Trevor Carson a deal.
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The goalkeeper was on loan at the club last season from Bury, and his contract with the Shakers has now ended.
Portsmouth boss Andy Awford told the Portsmouth News: “It’s still ongoing with Trevor... He’s out of contract at Bury but I am not going to rush it.”
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Burton boss Gary Rowett says there will be no white suits when his side travel to Wembley on Monday.
An Albion side featuring former Stevenage players Phil Edwards and David Gray face Fleetwood Town in the League 2 play-off final, and the Burton boss says he will treat the game no differently from any other.
Rowett told the Burton Mail: “We won’t go down three days before, we won’t be wearing white suits – we’ll be the same as normal.”