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Football League media talk 28/07/14

28 July 2014

Here are a selection of Monday 28th July's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Dougie Freedman acknowledges 'respect' as he appoints Jay Spearing and Matt Mills to captains' roles at Bolton Wanderers (The Bolton News): Jay Spearing and Matt Mills have been made captain and vice-captain of Wanderers, respectively, because Dougie Freedman has seen they "command respect" from the dressing room.

Exeter City end their Brazil tour with a 3-1 victory (BBC Radio Devon): Exeter City rounded off their tour with a 3-1 victory against a Brazilian Select team at the Rio Cricket Ground.

Kavanagh aiming to bring new striker in to Carlisle United (News and Star): Gary Dicker and Alex Marrow are ready to rejoin Carlisle United's pre-season build-up - as boss Graham Kavanagh tries to clinch new signing number 10.

Colin Cooper knows he must be patient to add new faces to Hartlepool United squad (Hartlepool Mail): Colin Cooper insists he is doing all he can to add new faces to his Hartlepool United squad which he knows is too small.

Ainsworth optimistic new signings on the way (Bucks Free Press): Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth hopes to have more new players joining the club by the end of the week.

Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins stepping up bid to make new signings (The Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Mark Robins is ready to step up Huddersfield Town's bid for new signings.

Boro set for triple boost on transfer front and a Chelsea double (The Northern Echo): Middlesbrough will have Kenneth Omeruo back on the training ground this morning and could have at least two more new signings by the end of the week.

Notts County look to wrap up deal for keeper Roy Carroll (Nottingham Post): Notts County boss Shaun Derry will this week look to wrap up a deal for former Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll.

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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