Manager Gary Bowyer paid tribute to Bradford midfielder Jake Reeves as he continued to impress after 20 months out with a persistent groin injury.
Newport defender Kyle Howkins is “stable” in hospital after a nasty head injury in his side’s hard-fought FA Cup win over eighth-tier Maldon & Tiptree.
Boss Michael Flynn hailed the goalscoring achievements of striker Padraig Amond after Newport recorded a 2-0 FA Cup first-round replay win over Grimsby at Rodney Parade.
Cardiff chairman Mehmet Dalman expects the swift appointment of a “younger and offensive type of manager” to succeed Neil Warnock.
Michael Flynn thinks his Newport side should have already booked their place in the FA Cup second round – but he will not take anything for granted in the replay.
Salford boss Graham Alexander hailed Mark Howard’s penalty save as the key moment as his side ended Newport County’s 16-match unbeaten run at home in League Two with a 2-1 win at Rodney Parade.
John McGreal was delighted with the character his Colchester side showed after they recovered from the shock of conceding early to beat high-flying Newport 3-1.
Newport manager Michael Flynn was happy to extend an 16-match unbeaten home run in Sky Bet League Two with a 1-1 draw against Crawley – but still felt his side could have taken all three points.
High-flying Newport have no new injury worries for the visit of Crawley in Sky Bet League Two.
Newport manager Michael Flynn hailed match-winner Josh Sheehan after his spectacular strike sent them into the automatic promotion places.
Newport boss Michael Flynn admitted his side “didn’t really deserve” to beat Carlisle with a stoppage-time goal.
Newport helped Michael Flynn celebrate his new contract with a win as George Nurse scored deep into stoppage time against Carlisle.
Swindon are sweating on the fitness of forward Keshi Anderson ahead of the Sky Bet League Two clash with Newport at the County Ground.
Newport manager Michael Flynn believes his side can beat anyone in Sky Bet League Two following their 1-1 draw with table-topping Exeter.
Michael Flynn insists he will be staying at Newport despite having been interviewed for the vacant Lincoln manager’s job at the weekend.
Northampton manager Keith Curle hailed his side’s attitude and application after their impressive 2-0 victory over Newport.