Scunthorpe have released their retained list ahead of the 2019/20 season, and it's fair to say there were not too many major shocks.
As Scunthorpe prepare to embark on another League Two journey, pressure has been mounting for Peter Swann to appoint a manager from outside of the club, and Paul Hurst has been touted as the man who has been offered the job this week.
The season may be over, and the Iron may have been relegated, but one player that the United faithful will be eager to see back in action next campaign is Ryan Colclough.
On-loan full back Tony McMahon has suffered an injury blow, after it was announced the defender would be missing for 'several weeks' with a hamstring injury.
The Iron have been unwillingly dragged into a League One relegation battle their current squad should not be in, but alas, here we are - but how do the experts rate our chances of survival?
Scunthorpe United have announced they have 'parted company' with manager Stuart McCall and his assistant Kenny Black.
Striker Kyle Wootton is the deserved winner of the first Any Old Iron 'Scunthorpe star of the weekend', which will be a new weekly feature where a professional illustration is created to recognise the winner.
Doncaster Rovers manager Grant McCann claims he is expecting a much sterner test as opposed to the reverse fixture, when Scunthorpe face Rovers on Saturday at Glanford Park.
Iron midfielder Matty Lund will be missing for a minimum of six weeks after the club announced he is set to undergo clean-up surgery on his knee injury.
The Iron have given fans a further chance to vote for their favourite home kit out of four designs, following a backlash over the initial choices.