The expulsion of Bury from the English Football League (EFL) has highlighted the problems clubs below the top tier suffer from. Even though the Premier League is the richest league in the world, that cannot be said for the whole of English football.
Mark Sampson has been appointed caretaker manager of Stevenage, the struggling English League Two club announced on Monday, giving the Welshman a chance to resurrect his career after being sacked as England's women's coach following a controversial spell in charge.
Eight months into his first managerial position, Sol Campbell has left Macclesfield Town by mutual consent.
Famed for their eco-friendly initiatives, Forest Green Rovers raised the bar by unveiling an animal-inspired kit that is 50 per cent bamboo.
English club Stevenage were rescued from bankruptcy 20 years ago and the fourth-tier outfit have known some stellar times since then, including two victories at Wembley -- now owner Phil Wallace hopes a revolutionary share offer will propel the team to new heights.
Tranmere Rovers were promoted to League One after beating Newport County in the League 2 play-off final so there will be three Merseyside teams in the top three divisions of English football.
Mike Dean is a Premier League referee, but he is also a big Tranmere Rovers fan. Images of him have gone viral on social media.
The team co-owned by some of Manchester United's 'Class of 92' cohort, Salford City, have won promotion from the National League.
David Beckham cheered Salford into the English Football League as the club he co-owns with Manchester United's famous 'Class of 92' clinched a 3-0 win against AFC Fylde in the National League play-off final on Saturday.
This weekend saw the final matches of the three leagues below the Premier League. Here are those who did enough for relegation, and those who couldn't avoid the drop.