BBC Sport looks at five things you may have missed, on a day Bolton headed ever closer to League One and a couple of debutants had instant impacts at their new clubs.
Bolton bowing out?
Bolton fans might be happy just to have a club to support at all after their off-field issues this season.
It has been another dramatic week at the Macron Stadium, with manager Neil Lennon leaving by mutual consent on Monday and the club’s new owners paying off their outstanding tax bill to HM Revenue & Customs.
Former Sunderland and Leeds boss Peter Reid has been brought in as a football adviser to assist caretaker Jimmy Phillips, but their first game in charge could not have gone much worse.
The U’s are bottom of League One with 28 points from 37 games and are 10 points adrift of safety.
Redshaw left red-faced
Blackpool forward Jack Redshaw’s day at a glance:
Opens the scoring for his team against Crewe in the 34th minute.
Booked in the 35th minute for his celebrations.
Sent off in the 39th minute after being given a second yellow card for a poor tackle.
The former Morecambe man missed all of the late drama, as first Marcus Haber levelled for Crewe before Tom Aldred restored Blackpool’s lead in the 84th minute.
There was still time for the hosts to be awarded a last-minute penalty, which Brad Inman sent over the bar to leave the Seasiders celebrating a huge victory in their battle against relegation and Redshaw breathing an equally large sigh of relief.
Magpies have their fill of Fullarton
Two months is a long time in football.
Here is what Notts County owner Ray Trew said about Jamie Fullarton upon appointing him Magpies boss on 10 January: “I don’t think I have ever been as impressed by someone at an interview as I was by Jamie.
“He had us all captivated throughout what turned out to be a lengthy assessment of his suitability for the role.”