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  • Hurst targeting three more additions

    Scunthorpe boss Paul Hurst has admitted he would like to bolster his squad with a further three additions before the start of the season. More

  • Hurst bolsters squad with two signings

    Scunthorpe boss Paul Hurst has boosted his squad, with a double swoop for defender Kgosi Ntlhe and goalkeeper Jake Eastwood on loan from Sheffield United. More

  • Ojo refuses to train as Hibs close in

    BBC Radio Humberside understand that Funso Ojo’s absence from the start of Scunthorpe United’s pre-season training is due to a contract dispute between the player and the club. More

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    Flatt training with Walsall

    Iron Bru understands goalkeeper Jonathan Flatt is training with fellow League Two side Walsall, following the expiry of his contract at Scunthorpe United. More

  • Iron show interest in Hamilton’s Miller

    Scunthorpe United will battle League Two rivals Northampton Town and League One outfit AFC Wimbledon for the signature of Hamilton Academical striker Mickel Miller, according to Football Insider. More

  • Morris rejects Charlton and Pompey to join Fleetwood

    Scunthorpe midfielder Josh Morris has rejected contract offers from newly promoted Championship side Charlton and League One duo Portsmouth and Doncaster Rovers to join Fleetwood Town on a free transfer. More

  • Episode 28 – Hurst at the Helm

    The podcast panel discuss the appointment of Paul Hurst, the club’s retained list and the return of fans favourite Andy Butler. More

  • Swann: No decision on management role

    Scunthorpe United chairman Peter Swann told BBC Radio Humberside that a decision has not been made on the future of caretaker boss Andy Dawson following the Iron’s relegation to League Two. More

  • Episode 27 – Going down disgracefully

    The panel analyse what went so wrong in a shambolic campaign with lifelong fan Les Arnott & club legend Chris Hope draws similarities between the 2018/19 and 1999/2000 seasons. More

  • Dawson and McArdle issue Plymouth apology

    Iron caretaker boss Andy Dawson has moved to draw a line under the furore caused by Josh Morris’ controversial strike in the 3-2 defeat against Plymouth Argyle at Home Park on Saturday. More

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    Iron chairman disappointed with controversial equaliser

    Scunthorpe United chairman Peter Swann said he was “really disappointed” with caretaker manager Andy Dawson and captain Rory McArdle following a hugely controversial equalising goal in the 3-2 defeat to Plymouth Argyle. More

  • Nancekivell: All guns blazing against Scunthorpe

    Plymouth Argyle interim manager Kevin Nancekivell is expecting his side to come out ‘all guns blazing’ in a crucial relegation decider with Scunthorpe United at a packed Home Park this weekend. More