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15 December 2014

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

Injustice inspired Callum Wilson's decisive strike (Bournemouth Echo): Wilson revealed how the relief of ending his mini goal drought had been heightened by a sense of injustice during Saturday's Dean Court epic.

Craig Mackail-Smith expects Posh to kick on after vital victory (Peterborough Telegraph): Craig Mackail-Smith believes Saturday's 2-1 win at Leyton Orient will kick-start Peterborough United’s season.

No more Mr Nice Guy as Wilder pledges to sort out struggling Cobblers (Northampton Chronicle): Chris Wilder will abandon his ‘nice guy’ approach at the Cobblers and says any players unhappy with doing things his way will have to leave the club.

Birmingham City's Demarai Gray ignores speculation linking him with Newcastle, Liverpool and Spurs (Birmingham Mail): Talented teenager says he is happy at Birmingham City after scoring hat-trick in the 6-1 win over Reading.

Nobody will fancy a festive face-off with Bantams, says Billy Clarke (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Billy Clarke reckons rival teams will want to steer clear of City during their purple patch.

Captain Curtis Nelson thinks of Argyle team-mates even after dislocating elbow (Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle captain Curtis Nelson showed his leadership qualities even after suffering a very painful arm injury.

Caution is the way forward for Norwich City’s Neil Adams (Eastern Daily Press): Norwich City’s new-found caution is propelling Neil Adams’ squad back into the Championship promotion mix.

Scunthorpe United manager Mark Robins praises influence of Isaiah Osbourne and Richard Brindley in win over Crewe Alexandra (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Scunthorpe United manager Mark Robins has praised the influence of Isaiah Osbourne and Richard Brindley in the Iron’s 2-1 victory over Crewe at the weekend.

John Still blasts Luton Town's ‘naive’ defending (Luton Today): Hatters boss John Still blasted his side’s naive defending as they went down to their heaviest defeat of the season at Morecambe on Saturday.

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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