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Football League media talk

8 December 2014

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

Jo Inge Berget set to return to Cardiff City after failing to make an impression on loan at Celtic (WalesOnline): Striker Jo Inge Berget is set to return to Cardiff City after failing to make an impact on loan at Celtic.

Bristol City keeper Frankie Fielding hoping for Ashton Gate tie in FA Cup third round (Bristol Post): Bristol City goalkeeper Frankie Fielding is keeping his fingers crossed in the hope that the FA Cup third round draw delivers excitement for the club’s loyal supporters.

Tisdale made triple substitution against Burton Albion to liven up the attack (Express & Echo): Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale admitted that he was not happy with his side’s attacking play on Saturday as they drew 1-1 at home to Burton Albion.

Fergie sees light at the end of the tunnel despite painful cup exit (Peterborough Telegraph): Darren Ferguson admitted Sunday was another painful day for Peterborough United, but he insists he saw enough in the last-gasp 1-0 FA Cup second round defeat at Colchester to suggest his team will soon be back to winning ways.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink frustrated by late goal at Exeter City (Burton Mail): Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was frustrated but philosophical after his Burton Albion side was hit by another late goal as they drew 1-1 at Exeter City.

Huddersfield Town manager Chris Powell ready for busy transfer window (Huddersfield Examiner): Chris Powell says there will be both incomings and outgoings next month as he looks to 'freshen up' his squad.

Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett says Lee Clark factor could have affected his players in under-par defeat to Blackpool (Birmingham Mail): Gary Rowett says his side didn't keep up their recent high standards against Blackpool.

Tranmere Rovers boss Micky Adams said team showed resilience in FA Cup clash with Oxford (Liverpool Echo): Micky Adams admits Tranmere rode their luck at times, but praised their never say die attitude as they came from behind to draw with Oxford.

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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