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Football League media talk

12 December 2014

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

Wigan Athletic players make Leeds United ticket contribution (Wigan Today): Wigan Athletic players have given their fans a special Christmas present by offering to pay half the price for the first 500 fans who get tickets for the game at Leeds.

Bristol City's Luke Freeman thriving in new role (Bristol Post): Luke Freeman has established himself as a regular feature in Bristol City's first team this season.

Chris Wilder: Midfielder Hornby has ‘all the ingredients’ (Northampton Chronicle): Chris Wilder feels fit-again midfielder Lewis Hornby has ‘all the ingredients’ to make a big impact on the Cobblers first team.

Karl Robinson has his eye on ‘three or four’ in January (MK Citizen): MK Dons boss Karl Robinson wants ‘three or four’ new faces at the club in January in a bid to push on for the second half of the season.

York City manager Russ Wilcox ready to go on attack against Wimbledon (York Press): York City boss Russ Wilcox is planning to go on the offensive to bring an end to his team's shot-shy home form.

Brighton & Hove Albion have Alou Diarra on their radar (The Argus): Former West Ham and France World Cup defensive midfielder Alou Diarra is training with Albion.

Duke of Cambridge and Theo Walcott to attend unveiling of war memorial (Derby Telegraph): Theo Walcott and Prince William will attend the unveiling of a First World War memorial.

Gaby Zakuani backs boss Ferguson to turn things around (Peterborough Telegraph): Peterborough United centre-back Gaby Zakuani has thrown his weight behind struggling manager Darren Ferguson.

Pompey duo benefit from blank weekend (Portsmouth News): Ryan Taylor and Jack Whatmough have shaken off their injury worries and declared themselves fit to be in contention for the Accrington Stanley clash.

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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