Here are Friday 25th April's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
AFC Bournemouth: Howe calls for 'common sense' over late-season scheduling (Bournemouth Echo): Cherries manager Eddie Howe believes all future Championship games should kick-off simultaneously "at the business end of the season".
Birmingham City: Paul Robinson says loan players 'let down' team (BBC Sport): Birmingham captain Paul Robinson says the Championship strugglers' current group of loanees have let them down.
Yeovil Town captain Jamie McAllister ready to commit future to club (Western Gazette): Captain Jamie McAllister wants to sign a new contract with Yeovil Town that will keep him at Huish Park beyond the summer.
Will Buckley: Brighton winger looks to forget injury woe (BBC Sussex): Brighton & Hove Albion winger Will Buckley hopes to end the season on a high after an injury-hit campaign.
The Invincibles Inducted To HOF (Preston North End): The legendary Preston North End Invincibles are to be inducted in to the National Football Museum Hall Of Fame.
Crewe Alexandra: Steve Davis 'delighted' with youth products (BBC Radio Stoke): Crewe Alexandra manager Steve Davis says the future of the club looks very healthy as six academy graduates are offered professional contracts.
Ruthless Johnson's message to team: no mercy (Oldham Chronicle): Oldham Athletic will have one thing on their minds when heading to Brunton Park this weekend: hammering one of the final nails in Carlisle's relegation coffin.
Gillingham striker Cody McDonald keen to see boss Peter Taylor stay at Priestfield (Kent Online): Cody McDonald is enjoying playing under Peter Taylor and wants the Gills manager to stay at Priestfield.
Scunthorpe United boss praises fans as 600 travel down ahead of promotion clash against Exeter City (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Russ Wilcox has praised the Scunthorpe United fans as an army of supporters travel down to Exeter to hopefully see the Iron promoted back to League One.
Plymouth Argyle: Flu link to Marvin Morgan training illness (BBC Sport): Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan says Marvin Morgan's going to hospital after training might have been caused by him not fully recovering from flu.
Gaz wants rid of the fear factor (Bucks Free Press): Gareth Ainsworth wants Wanderers to play without fear against Bristol Rovers tomorrow - but denied it's vital his side beat their relegation rivals at Adams Park.
Chris Hussey and Danny Rose would be great additions for Bury, says striker Daniel Nardiello (Bury Times): Daniel Nardiello believes on-loan full-back Chris Hussey would be a fantastic asset for the club if manager David Flitcroft does manage to sign him up after profiting from his pin-point delivery in the Plymouth rout.
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