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Football League media talk 30/04/14

30 April 2014

Here are Wednesday 30th April's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Gary Johnson denies demanding £5M Yeovil Town budget and hits back at ultimatum claims (Western Gazette): Gary Johnson has hit back at Internet reports he has demanded a £5M player budget and insisted he has not given Yeovil Town an ultimatum on his future.

AFC Bournemouth: Andrew Surman unsure of Cherries future (BBC Radio Solent): Bournemouth midfielder Andrew Surman says that the uncertainty at his parent club Norwich means he will have to wait to finalise his own future.

Clarets set to sign Kightly after agreement with Stoke (Lancashire Telegraph): Michael Kightly is set to stay at Burnley, after promotion triggered a clause in his loan deal from Stoke City.

Graham admits he is uncertain where his future lies beyond this season (The Northern Echo): Middlesbrough striker Danny Graham admits he is uncertain where his future lies beyond the end of the season after revealing he has still not spoken to anyone at Sunderland.

Ashton Gate rebuild ends "seven years of hell" claims Bristol City owner Steve Lansdown (Bristol Post): Bristol City owner Steve Lansdown claims the redevelopment of Ashton Gate has brought an end to "seven years of hell."

Sam Ricketts: I couldn't sleep last night because I am thinking about next season already (Birmingham Mail): Wolves skipper Sam Ricketts says he is already having sleepless nights about next season's Championship.

Southend United's Ben Coker: We don't care who we get in Play-Offs (Southend Echo): Ben Coker insists Southend United are not bothered who they face in the League 2 Play-Offs.

Reuben Reid hopes for Plymouth Argyle deal (Plymouth Herald): Player of the Year Reuben Reid hopes a deal can be struck for him to make a permanent move to Plymouth Argyle.

Northampton Town: Darren Carter endures 'toughest' season (BBC Radio Northampton): Northampton Town midfielder Darren Carter has said this season's relegation battle has been the hardest campaign of his career.

Loan signings make an impression at Victoria Park (Northern Echo): Colin Cooper admits he harbours hopes of his two Sunderland loan signings returning to Hartlepool United next season.

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