SEAN Stoddart is on his way back to Edinburgh after two seasons with Newcastle.Stoddart, born in Edinburgh, celebrates his 22nd birthday later this month and admits the move back to Armadale came out of the blue.He said: "I'm ecstatic to be coming back to Armadale. It was a little bit unexpected, when I first got the call from John Campbell, but it's a great move for me."
SWINDON will open their season with a 60th anniversary celebration meeting on March 15 (6pm).Robins bosses are working on a strong field which already includes WorldUnder-21 champion Emil Sajfutdinov, Swindon legend Leigh Adams and fellow2009 team members Troy Batchelor and Simon Stead.Robins' co-owner Gary Patchett said: "The club are working hard to put together a strong field and we want to make the evening a really special one."
NICOLAI Klindt has agreed terms to stay with Wolverhampton for a second successive season.And the club will step up contract talks with last season's skipper Freddie Lindgren when he returns from holiday at the weekend.Wolves chief Chris Van Straaten said: "Everything is agreed with Nicolai and I will be amazed if he doesn't develop into a solid seven-point rider. He showed glimpses of the class act he can be."
REDCAR have been handed a timely new year boost with a new club sponsorship deal.The Teesside club will be backed in both the Premier and National Leagues by Simpson Racing UK, a company run by the club's start marshall Barry Simpson.Bears boss Brian Havelock said: "To have finalised our team sponsorship with someone whose heart is so much in this club and this region is very welcome."