THREE Town home games next season have been put back 24 hours.
And the Saturday, December 18 home Coca-Cola League I derby clash with Bradford, should they survive their ongoing closure threat, will kick-off at noon on Police advice.
The first game on the fixture list to change is the visit of fellow promoted club Hull, which is now on Sunday, September 5, with a noon kick-off, on Police advice.
The McAlpine match-up with Brentford is now on Sunday, November 7 (3.00), because the stadium hosts Tri Nations rugby league the day before.
And the eagerly-awaited home derby with Sheffield Wednesday, originally scheduled for Easter Monday afternoon, is now on the Tuesday evening (7.45), again on Police advice.
Town, meanwhile, have confirmed the Christmas holiday clash at AFC Bounrnemouth on Tuesday, December 28, will have a 3.00 kick-off.
Iffy Onuora, who ended last season with a second spell at Town, has joined League I rivals Walsall as first-team coach.
The 36-year-old, who scored Town's opener in their 2-1 play-off semi-final first leg win at Lincoln and also featured in the second leg, teams up with boss Paul Merson at the West Midlands club in his first coaching job.
Merson had already made Aston Villa physiotherapist Jim Walker as his assistant.
"Iffy is young and enthusiastic and that is what I wanted," said the former Arsenal star.
Glasgow-born university graduate Onuora was given his League break by Town under Eoin Hand back in 1989 and remained with the club until joining Mansfield in 1994.
He later played for Gillingham (twice), Swindon, Sheffield United and Tranmere before joining Town in a short-term deal on deadline day in March.
Midfielder Tyrone Thompson, who played twice for Town last season after moving from Sheffield United, has joined Conference club Scarborough.
Bristol City appear to have beaten Hull and Sheffield Wednesday to the signature of Rangers striker Steve MacLean, who spent last season on loan at Scunthorpe, scoring 25 goals.
The Glasgow giants have accepted a £150,000 offer.
Hull had hoped to team MacLean with former Town frontman Delroy Facey, who has moved from West Brom.
Chesterfield have completed the signing of former Town striker Wayne Allison from Sheffield United as a replacement for Emley old boy Glynn Hurst, who has left for Notts County.
Leeds have signed Luton midfielder Matthew Spring on a three-year deal.
The 25-year-old playmaker, who had been linked with Nottingham Forest passed a medical and linked up with his new Leeds teammates for pre-season training yesterday.