A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Hyypia's future on the agenda at board meeting (The Argus): Brighton & Hove Albion manager Sami Hyypia’s future will be discussed by the board today.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake trains with Preston North End (Lancashire Telegraph): Former Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is training with Preston North End.
Southend United midfielder Ryan Leonard expected to return to training today (Echo News): Southend United midfielder Ryan Leonard is expected to return to training today after recovering from a groin injury.
New figures show Ipswich Town Football Club’s financial situation has improved since last year (East Anglian Daily Times): Ipswich Town Football Club’s financial losses fell in the last year, newly published accounts have revealed.
Saddlers warned: Score or you're out (Express & Star): Dean Smith is ready to act in January and go hunting for new forwards should Walsall’s goal-scoring woes continue.
Rock bottom Hartlepool United must start to climb - Scott Flinders (Hartlepool Mail): Captain Scott Flinders hopes Hartlepool United have now hit “rock bottom” and can finally start to turn the season around.
Fulham willing to listen to offers for striker (Get West London): Kit Symons says Fulham are willing to listen to offers for Marcello Trotta in January.
Coventry City boss Steve Pressley faces defensive conundrum ahead of Bristol City trip (Coventry Telegraph): The cup-tied Aaron Martin will miss out in Wednesday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy area semi-final.
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