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Football League media talk 20/08/2014

20 August 2014

Here are a selection of Wednesday 20th August's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Boss Wilder keen to make new signings to bolster Cobblers midfield (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): Chris Wilder has confirmed he will enter the transfer market this week to cover his midfeld injuries, with a free agent potentially being added to his squad in time for the visit of Shrewsbury to Sixfields on Saturday.

Jack Redshaw: Morecambe striker rejects Peterborough move (BBC Radio Lancashire): Morecambe manager Jim Bentley is delighted Jack Redshaw is still at the club after the striker turned down a move to Peterborough United.

Race for striker heats up (Wigan Today): Uwe Rosler acknowledged Wigan Athletic paid a high price for profligacy in front of goal after going down at Cardiff last night.

The Nicky Maynard Interview: Cardiff City striker thanks Wigan Athletic but delights in firing winner against them (Wales Online): After scoring the decisive goal against his former club, Nicky Maynard revealed he went to Wigan last season safe in the knowledge he had a long-term future at Cardiff after one chat with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Fergie close to calling off the chase for Luke James (Peterborough Telegraph): Peterborough United have warned Hartlepool United that they won't be upping their bid for teenage striker Luke James.

Hartlepool boss Colin Cooper admits he tried to re-sign Christian Burgess from Boro before defender agreed his Peterborough move (Gazette Live ): Hartlepool United boss Colin Cooper has admitted it "would have been nice" to take Christian Burgess back to Victoria Park but the frustrated manager must now turn his attention elsewhere.

Wolves boss in hunt for special signing (Shropshire Star): Kenny Jackett today hinted he is seeking one key signing who can add "10-15 per cent" to Wolves as his striker search dragged on.

Yeovil Town boss Gary Johnson targets more loan signings (Western Morning News): Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson is still searching for new loan signings despite the Glovers earning their first win of the League 1 season on Tuesday night.

These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.

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