Here are Wednesday 16th April's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Clarets must stay calm in promotion race, says Micky Mellon (Lancashire Telehraph): Micky Mellon has urged Burnley to keep faith with the methods that have kept them in the top two for practically three quarters of the season, and pave the way to promotion.
International striker may not return to Watford as he chases World Cup spot (Watford Observer): South Korea's manager does not expect Chu-Young Park to play for Watford again this season - with the striker currently in Seoul receiving treatment.
AFC Bournemouth: No pressure on our Championship Play-Off drive - Eunan O'Kane (Bournemouth Echo): Eunan O'Kane refuted that the Cherries had been burdened by new-found expectation and insisted the pressure remained firmly on their rivals as the Championship play-off battle intensifies.
From the Wolf of Wall Street to Griffin Park and a League 1 promotion push... How former City trader Mark Warburton is proving the real deal as boss of Brentford (Daily Mail): He was a former City trader trying to broker his dream in football, who found himself pumping up the balls and filling the minibus with petrol.
Port Vale skipper Doug Loft considers legal action over facial injury (Sky Sports News): Port Vale captain Doug Loft says he has yet to decide whether to take legal action over the facial injury which ended his season.
Ash Taylor: Survival in Tranmere's hands despite Crawley defeat (BBC Radio Merseyside): Defender Ash Taylor is confident that Tranmere Rovers will do enough to ensure their League 1 survival in the final four matches of the season.
Oxford United: Dave Kitson hints at retirement (BBC Oxford): Oxford United striker Dave Kitson says he is "leaning towards" retiring in the summer, but wants to end the season by helping the U's claim promotion.
Luton Town return to The Football League after five-year exile (The Guardian): Five years after being relegated from the Football League, Luton Town's exile is finally over after Cambridge United's 2-0 defeat to Kidderminster confirmed John Still's side as Conference Premier champions.
Torquay United: Kids go free for Gulls' clash with Daggers this Friday (Herald Express): Torquay United are making Good Friday's must-win game against Dagenham & Redbridge a 'Kids-4-Free' match at Plainmoor.
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