Recently relegated Hartlepool United have appointed The New Saints manager Craig Harrison as the club’s new boss.
Newport County boss Mike Flynn has said Saturday’s game against Notts County could prove to be the biggest game in the club’s recent history.
Since taking the job at Victoria Park in January, Jones, 60, has seen his side pick up just 13 points from a possible 51 and Pools are now in great danger of dropping into the National League.
The 30-year-old, who is just as comfortable in defence as he is in the middle of the park, arrives for an undisclosed fee and has signed an 18-month contract in Cumbria.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill has named five-year-old fan Joshua McCormack amongst the substitutes for tonight’s Checkatrade Trophy match against Hartlepool.
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