Here are Tuesday 11th February's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Leeds United: Cellino's takeover faces final challenge (Yorkshire Evening Post): Massimo Cellino's takeover of Leeds United is facing a final challenge from a competing group of buyers who want the Football League to force Gulf Finance House to seriously consider their own bid for the club.
Clubs should have a bigger say in the postponement of matches, argues Bury boss David Flitcroft (Bury Times): Shakers boss David Flitcroft has called for clubs to be given a bigger say on the postponement of matches following a wasted trip down to Devon.
The O Zone: Ada the wind-up kit man and 'Chingford John' form the backbone of clubs like ours (The independent): Life behind the scenes at Leyton Orient.
James Constable 'desperate' to sign new contract (BBC Radio Oxford): Oxford United striker James Constable says he is 'desperate' to renew his contract, but a deal is not yet guaranteed.
Bristol City defender Adam El-Abd welcomes switch to flat back four (Bristol Post): New Bristol City signing Adam El-Abd has welcomed manager Steve Cotterill's decision to switch to an orthodox back four.
Ex-Hearts manager Laszlo in Oxford United link (Oxford Mail): Former Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo is believed to have applied for the vacant job at Oxford United.
I had great times at Cheltenham, says on-loan Bristol Rovers striker Kaid Mohamed (Bristol Post): Rovers winger Kaid Mohamed is undecided as to whether or not he will celebrate a goal if he scores against his old club Cheltenham Town at the Memorial Stadium tonight.
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