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Football League media talk

10 December 2014

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

Fit-again striker Callum Wilson content with return to action (Bournemouth Echo): Callum Wilson is relieved to be back on the trail to peak condition after making his return from injury in the victory at Wolves.

Coventry City striker 'jumped at' Crawley Town opportunity (Crawley News): Coventry City loanee Shaun Miller revealed he nearly signed for Crawley Town in the summer and “jumped at the chance” when John Gregory came calling again late last month.

Plymouth Argyle striker Deane Smalley set to miss rest of the season because of knee injury (Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle striker Deane Smalley has been ruled out of the rest of the season by a cruciate knee ligament injury.

Nottingham Forest's Michail Antonio: I want more and more (Nottingham Post): Michail Antonio insists his appetite for assists is just as fervent as his desire to score goals – and hopes to add to both tallies between now and the end of the campaign.

‘Be masters of your own destiny’ Blades are told (Sheffield Star): Nigel Clough believes Sheffield United can wrestle control of this season’s race for the Sky Bet Championship providing they show courage in the face of adversity.

Exiles boost as Rene Howe returns to action (South Wales Argus): Newport County received a huge boost as striker Rene Howe returned to action with a goal in today’s reserve match at Portsmouth.

Bradford City in race to tie down Morais after Den return (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Filipe Morais has scored in both of City's FA Cup wins – and now they have to pin him down before the date with his old club in round three.

John Mousinho delighted to be Burton Albion captain in Ian Sharps' absence (Burton Mail): John Mousinho is honoured to have been chosen as Burton Albion captain in Ian Sharps' absence.

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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