Here are a selection of Friday 15th August's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Newport County can avenge double Morecambe defeat - Dack (BBC Sport): Newport County assistant manager Jimmy Dack says his side want revenge for last season's double defeat to Morecambe on Saturday.
Carlisle United goalkeeper ignoring plaudits after top TV display (News and Star): Mark Gillespie insists he isn't letting the plaudits go to his head after the Carlisle United goalkeeper's outstanding display in front of the live TV cameras.
Sheffield Wednesday: Rams test will help Gray gauge Owls (Sheffield Star): Head coach Stuart Gray reckons Sheffield Wednesday's showdown with Derby County could be used as a measurement to show how far the Owls have progressed under his tutelage.
Ipswich Town: Marcus Evans expected rapid promotion for club (BBC Radio Suffolk): Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has conceded he thought reaching the Premier League would be straightforward when he bought the club.
Albion boss hits out at Buckley (The Argus): Albion boss Sami Hyypia has slammed Will Buckley's attitude during pre-season following the winger's £2.5 million move to Sunderland.
No sentiment for Blackburn Rovers defender Alex Baptiste ahead of Blackpool return (Lancashire Evening Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers defender Alex Baptiste will put sentiment to one side tomorrow when he returns to Blackpool.
Exeter City pay off PFA loan (Express and Echo): Exeter City have repaid their £100,000 loan to the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), meaning their transfer embargo has been lifted.
Daggers net National Football Museum spot (Barking and Dagenham Post): Dagenham & Redbridge have donated the goalnets from Tuesday night's record-equalling Capital One Cup tie with Brentford to the Football League collection at the National Football Museum.
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