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Stuart Watkiss has quashed rumours that Stags striker Andy White will be joining local rivals Chesterfield.
MANSFIELD Town fans turned out in their thousands ...
If you have a fast internet connection, then you can catch 10 seconds of footage of the celebrations by going to ...
Stuart Watkiss has been told he can''t bring any new players in until 1st June.
Following the departure of Martin Pemberton from Field Mill. Stags Boss, Stuart Watkiss brings to question, the Bosman rule.
Stags will take an open top bus ride from Field Mill to the town centre to be presented with promotion medals tonight despite the poor weather.
Stags boss Stuart Watkiss admitted the club could not make any transfer plans for next season until the ITV Digital crisis is resolved.
Martin Pemberton has refused the Stags offer of a new contract and signed for Stockport county according to Teamtalk and Stockports official site.
The Youth team have their final game this Saturday (NOW AT TEVERSAL) against Darlington Youth.
The troublesome Field Mill pitch will be dug up this week
After the news of the future absentees, Stuart Watkiss went on to name the players that have had offers of contract made this week.
MansfieldTown.net announces that Les Robinson and Striker Shayne Bradley who both been put on the transfer list.
No major surprises, released are Asher and Kelly, Barrett won''t be offered a new contract and Bradley & Robinson will be allowed to leave if they can find clubs.
To mark the special occasion of being promoted into 2nd Division we have commissioned a series of 3 new shirts which will be on sale from the club shop Friday 26th April 2002.
The Stags retention list for next season will be on the club''s official site sometime today.
Teamtalk reports on a new Fitness programme, Hassell''s delight at Player of Year award, Scott Sellars'' future and the medal presentation.
Stuart Watkiss has denied reports that he has signed Walsall defender Dion Scott.
Haslam : “We will be looking at filling in the corners of the ground with seating .."
Mansfield Town have launched a special video documentary on last Saturday’s amazing last game of the season.
The Stags have made their first new signing since promotion to the 2nd Division.
Stuart Watkiss has made an immediate move to sign Adam Murray, while Michael Sisson underwent another operation last night.
Stags Supporters Association have organised a Promotion Party for Sunday 5th May.
Read Ian Wilkerson''s excellent reflections from the Evening Post.
Chris Greenacre says he could yet be at Field Mill next season after The Stags secured promotion to the Second Division on Saturday.
Stuart Watkiss is ready to discuss future signings and The Stags Second Division strategy for next season with chairman Keith Haslam next week.
Mansfield town ladies failed to emulate there male counterparts promotion success by loosing 2-1 in their crucial promotion decider at Sandiacre.
Bobby Hassell won the SSA Player of the Year Award and Jake Buxton won Youth Team Player of the Year.
Report from www.carlisleunited.co.uk - see Match Centre for Stagsnet reports.
Not very complimentary again ...
What a surprise - Steve Cotterill bemoans bad luck ... again.
Thoughts from Stagsnets reporters will follow later.
Tickets are on sale at the Ticket Office between 10-11am tomorrow.
Plymouth Evening Herald
Previews Teamtalk & Evening Post.
Stags chairman Keith Haslam has laid down the gauntlet to his young stars ahead of Saturday''s crunch match with Carlisle.
The Stags have asked fans to get to the ground early and NOT to invade the pitch at the end of the game.
Adam Murray is hoping he can keep his recent goalscoring streak going when Carlisle United visit Field Mill for Saturday''s must-win game.
Trialists Raphael Jacquel and Dion Scott both impressed but Mansfield''s reserves slipped to a 2-1 loss at Rochdale yesterday afternoon.
"It was a horrible night on Tuesday. My girlfriend got fed up with me keep looking at the score"
Micky Adams has slapped a £10million price tag on Matthew Piper but insists that there have been no approaches for the highly-rated youngster.
Stags lose 2-1 away to Rochdale
Blackpool boss Steve McMahon is running the rule over young Bolton striker Paul Wheatcroft.
It is hoped the new kit will be on sale at the new club shop for this Saturday’s home game with Carlisle.
Stags aim to join the Pop Idol ranks!
Sturrock: "I will have to think about whether I let this lot loose on Saturday. Some of the other players need a wee run-out."
Stags boss says we just have to concentrate on beating Carlisle.
... as Watkiss prepares for play-offs
The Stags official web site, www.mansfieldtown.net, report that there will be a sale of old stock items at the club shop on Saturday.
Watkiss will be a very uncomfortable spectator at Brunton Park
Watkiss reaction from the radio and Teamtalk.com
Report from ycfc.net
Report from Sports.com and Teamtalk - see Match Centre for the Stagsnet report.
In an excellent article for the Evening Post, Keith Haslam explains that prudent housekeeping, along with a successful young team and the improved facilities at Field Mill, can help Stags build on their good season, whether they get promoted or not . . .
Stags are hoping to step up their off-the-field activities next season with the appointment of Bob Gorrill as Commercial Manager at the club.
Tickets for the Quarry Lane End for the final home game with Carlisle next Saturday have gone on sale at Field Mill.
The Stags expect the final game of the season will be a sell-out.
Visit the Reserve Team pages for an up-to-date table and match report.
Williamson, Hassell and Murray are also receiving treatment
The Stags Reserves drew 1-1 with Kidderminster Harriers at Field Mill yesterday.
from the Cheltenham game
from Radio Nottingham
Reports from The Times, Guardian and Telegraph
Stuart Watkiss admitted that last night''s 2-1 win over play-off rivals Cheltenham Town at Field Mill was "a great result" for The Stags.
Stags Reserves take on Kidderminster at Field Mill this afternoon - 2pm kick off.
The club''s official site report that 28-goal Chris Greenacre is an injury doubt for Saturday''s trip to York.
The final home game of the season against Carlisle will be all ticket, full details here.
Cotterill believes Robins deserved a point
Report from www.cheltenhamtownfc.com
The Stags leap-frogged 3rd place Cheltenham after a 2-1 win in front of over 8,600 fans tonight. Reports from Teamtalk, ITV & Sport.com.
Stuart Watkiss says that Town''s fans deserve to see their team playing Second Division football next season after a few ''meaningless'' campaigns.
Teenager Lee Williamson will miss out on the big game with Cheltenham tonight, as Stuart Watkiss plans to name an unchanged side.
Although he has been relegated to the bench recently, David Kelly has still been hard at work behind the scenes to help The Stags promotion bid.
Cheltenham Town manager Steve Cotterill is keen to play down the significance of Tuesday''s third division match at Mansfield Town
Andy White, who won the man-of-the-match award against Bristol Rovers, has been backed by Stuart Watkiss following recent criticism from fans.
Mansfield Town ladies went on an Easter break in the sun capped mountains of Italy courtesy of sponsors Interski Travel.
Stuart Watkiss unleashes a verbal volley at James Bradley on Mansfield 103.2.
The rumour-mongers at Teamtalk are at it again ...
Transcribed from BBC Radio Nottingham
Super Stags roared back to winning ways with a fine 2-0 win over Bristol Rovers at Field Mill.
The Stags line-up for this afternoon has been released.
SSA Members have recently been asked to vote for their Player of the Year.
Stuart Watkiss urged his side to secure a play-off place by beating Bristol Rovers tomorrow.
As revealed on Stagsnet yesterday, a Teamtalk report confirms Liam Lawrence could be fit for the play-offs.
Scott Sellars admits he is "impressed" with Chris Greenacre backing him to succeed at a higher level and also revealed his future is in coaching.
MansfieldTown.net reports that Michael Sisson will be out until October.
Incredible as it may sound, Stags boss Stuart Watkiss has been the recipient of hate mail from a minority of Stags "supporters".
Former German Under-21 star Matthias Sellman gave an impressive 70 minutes for Stags reserves in their 1-0 win over Loughborough University.
Junior members of SSA were invited to a Stags training session today.
Both Bobby Hassell and Adam Barrett will be fit for Saturday
Shayne Bradley scored the only goal as the Stags Reserves beat Loughborough Students 1-0 in a friendly.
MANSFIELD Town manager Stuart Watkiss believes it will take just one win to get his side back on course for automatic promotion.
Veteran Premiership star Scott Sellars is keeping an open mind over his future.
Luton boss Joe Kinnear has revealed that he was unable to sign Chris Greenacre because the Stags striker had already agreed to join Bradford.
Several key players were left nursing injuries after Monday
Stags Reserves take on Loughborough Students at Field Mill this afternoon.
Details of the remaining games for Stags and Cheltenham.
Voting has finished for the Stags kit for next season, and the winner is ...........
Here are the dates for the play-offs
Stuart Watkiss reaction (now partly transcribed) from Radio Nottingham & Mansfield 103.2
Report from Sports.com, BBC.co.uk - See Match Centre for a report from the Stagsnet reporter
We can now reveal at 6pm that this was an April Fool.
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