Liddle fills Todd void
Ex-Quakers star Craig Liddle and Neil Maddison have been placed in temporary charge following the departure of manager Colin Todd.
The League Two strugglers, who have picked up just two points all season, parted company with Todd in the wake of yesterday's 1-all draw at Grimsby. Youth team boss Liddle, who played more than 300 games for the club between 1998 and 2005, will oversee Tuesday night's game at home to Rochdale, with the assistant of the club's centre of excellence manager Maddison. Chairman Raj Singh said: "Craig and Neil know the club inside out and are highly thought of both within the club and by our fans, so they're the obvious people to take immediate charge of the team while we consider our options. "We do expect to receive a high calibre of applicants for the job and we've already had a number of people throw their hat into the ring. "We want to appoint someone who will excite the fans but who will also do the business, as we think we already have a squad capable of doing much better than we are at the moment." Todd for his part has insisted he hasn't "taken the easy way out" by resigning and was sacked after only four months at the club.