A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Ravel Morrison ends Cardiff City loan spell to return to parent club West Ham United (Wales Online): Ravel Morrison has returned to West Ham United after his loan spell with Cardiff City came to a premature end.
Clean sheets are making Bolton Wanderers hard to beat (Bolton News): The problems may be mounting in attack for Wanderers boss Neil Lennon with two more strikers added to the injury list but he can at least take comfort in the form of his defence.
Blades gear-up for the “toughest test” yet (The Star): Nigel Clough is under no illusions about the threat Southampton will pose at Bramall Lane tonight, writes James Shield.
Clark warns squad about off-the-field conduct (The Gazette): Lee Clark has warned his Blackpool players that their actions off the field are as important as those on it.
Carl Baker backs Dons in promotion battle (MK Dons): Carl Baker believes Dons have as good a chance as anyone of making a real push for promotion this season.
Gary Madine hopes to team up with Frank Nouble again after being handed 'hated' loan frontman role (Coventry Telegraph): Coventry City striker admits he loathes playing up front on his own.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink glad to see Stuart Beavon back among the goals for Burton Albion (Burton Albion): Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says Stuart Beavon was almost trying too hard to get on the scoresheet for Burton Albion.
Exiles can last the pace this time, says Lee Minshull (South Wales Argus): Midfielder Lee Minshull believes Newport County AFC will be able to sustain a League 2 promotion push this season.
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