We take a look at some of the top stories from the last week in Sky Bet League Two.
Oldham Athletic striker Sam Surridge was named as the league’s Player of the Month, whilst Newport County boss Mark Flynn picked up the Manager's award.
Bournemouth loanee Surridge’s five goals in four games was enough for him to scoop the award whilst County boss Flynn came out of September with twelve points from a possible fifteen, helping Newport to third place in the league.
Oldham players threaten strike action
Despite their striker Surridge picking up the Player of Month Award, Oldham have this week found themselves in turmoil after it was reported that their players were considering strike action over unpaid wages.
The Latics, relegated from League One last season, have recieved winding-up petitions from HM Revenue and Customs in each of the last three years and the latest developments will do little to ease concerns over their financial troubles.
Forest Green maintain unbeaten start
Forest Green Rovers maintained their status as the only unbeaten team in the division after last weekends 1-1 draw with Newport County.
They join Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool as the only undefeated teams in England’s top four tiers after twelve matchdays in Sky Bet League Two.