Barnsley have agreed to let striker Mark Stallard stay for a further two months. Stallard who has played five games and scored one goal for the Spireites is obviously delighted at getting a further chance to impress at Saltergate, competition is high with other forwards Wayne Allison, T'cham N'toya, Caleb Folan and Mark Debolla.
And another peice of good news is that Wolverhampton Wanderers have also agreed to let midfielder Sammy Clingan stay for a further two months. Clingan has really impressed in the blues starting line up and has scored two goals one an absolute pearler against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough last Saturday.

Clingan won't be available for the FA cup game away at Scunthorpe United but Stallard will and it would presume that Barnsley are keen to let him go. Clingan will be at Saltergate till 8th January 2005 and Stallard till 28th December 2004.

With our squad being a bit thread bare at times along with the signing of Jamal Campbell-Ryce for a further month these two more signings could bring us the good fortune that we want.