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13 September 2019

A look at the latest news from around Sky Bet League Two.....

Stevenage Sack Dino Maamria

Tunisian Dino Maamria has been sacked by Stevenage this week, as former England Women's coach Mark Sampson assumes caretaker-charge of the Hertfordshire outfit.

The Boro' have not begun the season well and are are still searching for their first victory of the campaign.

Maamria, 48, took over at Stevenage in March 2018 and secured a tenth place finish last season.


Sam Ling Agrees New Contract With Leyton Orient

22-year-old Sam Ling has signed a new contract with Leyton Orient, which keeps him at Brisbane Road until 2021.

Ling, who is the son of the club's current Director of Football and former manager Martin Ling, has been regular starter for Orient this season.

Having come through the academy, he re-joined the club from Dagenham and Redbridge in February 2018.


Ryan Inniss Charged After Biting Allegation

Newport County defender Ryan Inniss has been charged with violent conduct, after an accusation was made that he bit an opponent.

The defender, who is on loan from Crystal Palace, received a red card in Newport’s EFL Trophy clash with West Ham U21s.

County boss Michael Flynn said after the game that Inniss was alleged to have bitten a West Ham player.

Flynn said: "Their player said he got bitten, so I'll have a look at that and find out what happened. If he has, it's inexcusable and I won't be fighting his corner."

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