Here are a selection of Wednesday 16th July's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Massimo Luongo: Swindon Town cool on Rotherham approach (BBC Sport): Swindon Town manager Mark Cooper says the club is not under pressure to sell sought-after midfielder Massimo Luongo.
Oyston and Riga hold Pool crisis talks (Blackpool Gazette): Karl Oyston has held crisis talks with Blackpool manager Jose Riga in an attempt to finally end their transfer stalemate.
Sheffield Wednesday in talks with Brazilian Brandao (BBC Sport): Sheffield Wednesday are in talks with former St Etienne striker Brandao.
Kenny Jackett: I do think a loan move would be a positive one David Davis (Birmingham Mail): David Davis would benefit from a loan move, says Kenny Jackett.
Huddersfield Town are playing the summer transfer market like a game of chess (Metro): As many football fans know the summer transfer market is played like a game of chess - only when places on the board are vacated can you make the manoeuvres to win the game.
Football: MK Dons manager Karl Robinson 'hurt and let down' over Brendan Galloway transfer request (MK Web): MK Dons manager Karl Robinson believes that Brendan Galloway has been poorly advised after the young defender/midfielder handed in a transfer request last week.
Nigel Adkins pleased as Reading FC get pre-season off to a winning start (Get Reading): Royals' boss happy with night's work as Ryan Edwards' early goal seals a 1-0 win at Exeter City.
New Coventry City loan keeper Ryan Allsop hoping to convince striker to join him at Sky Blues (Coventry Telegraph): New Coventry City loan signing Ryan Allsop has given the seal of approval to Sky Blues striking target Josh McQuoid.
Jefferson Lake's Cobblers Tour Diary: Day One (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): Picture the scene: Eight or nine blokes in their 20s and 30s sat in an airport departure lounge drinking and talking about football.
Flitcroft happy with Dudley lesson (Manchester Evening News): Bury boss David Flitcroft hopes youth-team product Anthony Dudley learnt a lesson from last week's friendly at Radcliffe Borough.
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