A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football LeagueCummins and Ribeiro to be only Exeter City signings (BBC Radio Devon): Paul Tisdale says Graham Cummins and Christian Ribeiro will be Exeter City's only signings when the club's transfer embargo is lifted.
Peterborough United lose first-choice defenders (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire): Peterborough United will be without first-choice centre-halves Jack Baldwin and Gabby Zakuani for about a month.
Town injury situation is 'emergency ward 10' - Cooper (Swindon Advertiser): Swindon Town manager Mark Cooper described his side’s injury situation as ‘emergency ward 10’ after the Robins reached the second round of the Capital One Cup with a 2-1 victory at Luton Town last night.
Sky Blues skipper Reda Johnson shuns personal glory for team ethic (Coventry Telegraph): For a few exhilarating seconds – 110 to be precise – it seemed that Reda Johnson had made the dream debut for Coventry City.
Blackburn Rovers victory overshadowed by injury news on Scunthorpe United midfielder Dave Syers (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Scunthorpe United manager Russ Wilcox said he was delighted with his team’s performance as they dumped Championship side Blackburn Rovers out of the Capital One Cup.
The Huddersfield Town managerial candidates who stand out for former club favourite Kieran O'Regan (The Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Former Huddersfield Town favourite Kieran O’Regan believes the search for Town’s new manager is focusing directly on those who have previously done well in the Championship.
Fleetwood chairman Andy Pilley goes to wrong ground (BBC Sport): Fleetwood Town chairman Andy Pilley had a bad start to his side's Capital One Cup first-round encounter with Rotherham, turning up at the wrong ground.
Cobblers boss Wilder salutes his giant-killers (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): Cobblers boss Chris Wilder toasted his players’ ability to triumph amid adversity as they secured a dramatic Capital One Cup upset at Wolves.
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