Here are Wednesday 26th February's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Jailed Sheffield Wednesday striker to rejoin squad (BBC Sport): Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine is to rejoin the Owls squad on Thursday following his release from prison.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson to make Doncaster debut (Guardian): One Direction heart-throb Louis Tomlinson will make his Doncaster Rovers debut in a reserve team fixture on Wednesday, with over 4,000 fans expected to cheer him on.
Jones still aiming for Wembley (The Argus): Nathan Jones has urged Brighton and Hove Albion to concentrate all their efforts on a more realistic route to Wembley in the Championship.
Yeovil Town implore district council support of supermarket plan to protect 'jewel in Somerset's crown' (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town have again implored South Somerset District Council to support 'one of the jewels in the county's crown' and back supermarket plans they believe could be determined in April.
Lee Johnson: Oldham Athletic have enough quality to avoid drop (BBC Radio Manchester): Manager Lee Johnson is confident that Oldham Athletic will not be dragged into a League 1 relegation battle.
Blackburn Rovers ace Tom Cairney will not be rushed (Lancashire Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers star Tom Cairney is undergoing daily medical treatment in a bid to be fit for Saturday's clash at neighbours Bolton Wanderers.
Boss Wilder praises players as Northampton Town win again (Northampton Chronicle & Echo): Chris Wilder praised his Cobblers players for getting the Sixfields crowd off their feet as they completed a second successive victory.
'One Boro goal will open the floodgates', says on-loan midfielder (Gazette Live): On-loan midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah says that, despite a six- game drought, the squad still believe they have firepower.
Gillingham boss Peter Taylor will contact Charlton Athletic manager Chris Powell as he hopes to extend Joe Pigott's loan (Kent Online): Peter Taylor is aiming to extend the loan of Charlton Athletic striker Joe Pigott.
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