Here are Tuesday 29th April's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Leicester City's Kevin Phillips to retire after final game (Leicester Mercury): Leicester City's Kevin Phillips to retire after final game of the season.
Forest Green Rovers: Yan Klukowski exits with nine players (BBC Sport): Forest Green Rovers' record goal scorer Yan Klukowski has turned down a new deal at the club to pursue his first Football League contract.
Cheltenham Town boss agrees deal as Neil Howarth exits (BBC Sport): Cheltenham boss Mark Yates has agreed a new one-year deal but assistant Neil Howarth is to leave the club.
AFC Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: Speculation is a compliment and a concern (Daily Echo): Boss Eddie Howe has described speculation linking Cherries' prized assets with potential summer moves as both "a compliment and a concern".
Axed Queens Park Rangers youngster set to join Stoke City (West London Sport): Youngster Peter Skapetis is set to sign for Stoke City after being told he would not be offered a new contract at QPR.
Sheffield United: Flynn close to new deal (The Star): Winger Ryan Flynn is expected to sign a new contract with Sheffield United this week, manager Nigel Clough has revealed.
Neil Danns to join Bolton Wanderers on one-year permanent deal in the summer (The Bolton News): Wanderers have confirmed loan midfielder Neil Danns will sign permanently on a one-year deal in the summer.
Luke McCormick 'absolutely delighted' after agreeing Plymouth Argyle deal until 2016 (The Herald): Goalkeeper Luke McCormick has promised he has 'a lot more to give' after agreeing a new two-year contract at Plymouth Argyle.
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