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Football League media talk

3 December 2014

A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.

Andrew Surman predicts photo finish to promotion race (Bournemouth Echo): Andrew Surman is predicting one of the closest promotion races in the history of the Sky Bet Championship and insists: “Every point is a prisoner.”

Karl Robinson still won’t count his chickens (MK Citizen):
Karl Robinson remained tight lipped about his MK Dons side’s promotion chances after a smash-and-grab victory over Sheffield United on Tuesday night.

Ian Miller makes his Cambridge United comeback (Cambridge News): Ian Miller has taken his first steps towards a Cambridge United return following his horrific injury last season.

Chris O'Grady hints at permanent Blades switch (The Argus): Brighton & Hove Albion's Chris O’Grady has hinted at wanting to stay at Sheffield United – for good.

Nathan Byrne happy to stay under the radar (Swindon Advertiser): Nathan Byrne says he is happy for other clubs to have the spotlight if it means Town’s good form continues.

Adam Murray interviewed for Mansfield Town manager’s role (Mansfield Chad): Mansfield Town have confirmed that Adam Murray was interviewed for the vacant manager’s job yesterday.

Kenny Jackett is still searching for the midfield solution for Wolves (Express & Star): Kenny Jackett looks set to continue mixing it up in midfield as he searches for a winning combination for Wolves.

Gavin Tomlin calls on Crawley to be more positive (Crawley Observer): Gavin Tomlin has warned his Crawley team-mates they need to be more positive to avoid a relegation scrap in League 1.

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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