Here are a selection of Tuesday 29th July's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Right-back Kelvin Mellor ready for his new challenge at Plymouth Argyle (Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle's new-look defence is starting to settle down as a unit, says right-back Kelvin Mellor.
Gary Johnson: Yeovil Town manager sees future at Huish Park (BBC Somerset): Manager Gary Johnson says he has "no thoughts" of leaving Yeovil Town.
Bristol City face longer wait if they want to sign goalkeeper Simon Moore (Western Daily Press): Bristol City's chances of landing Cardiff goalkeeper Simon Moore have received a setback.
Curtis Main mulling over Doncaster Rovers move as Boro agree to sell striker (Gazette Live): Boro will turn their attention to other names on their list of summer transfer targets as James Husband prepares to finalise his £500,000 move to Boro today.
Awford wants new faces ready for Fratton (Chichester Observer): Andy Awford has told his men they need to be ready for the Fratton factor ahead of the big kick-off.
Millwall mull over Onyedinma loan (South London Press): Fred Onyedinma could be allowed out on loan by Millwall boss Ian Holloway.
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough ready to make a new bid for Cardiff City full-back John Brayford (Wales Online): Nigel Clough is set to make a fresh bid for Cardiff City right-back John Brayford this week, but Bluebirds boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks certain to reject any offer.
Colin Cooper wants Christian Burgess back on loan at Hartlepool United (Gazette Live): Hartlepool United boss Colin Cooper says he would love to have young Middlesbrough defender Christian Burgess back on loan at Victoria Park.
Leigh Curtis column: Why Jake Cassidy signing ticks all the boxes for Notts County (Nottingham Post): It is with cast iron certainty that crowds at Notts County this season will more than double the population of the small Welsh village which Jake Cassidy likes to call home.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.