Here are Tuesday 11th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Chris Powell sacked: English football has a serious problem when there's just one black manager among 92 League clubs (Mirror): And then there was one - just one black manager among the 92 League clubs.
Stephens backs his sacked ex-boss (The Argus): Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Dale Stephens has told fans his sacked former boss "deserved better".
York City in the market for loan striker (York Press): York City could still strengthen their strikeforce during the run-in to the end of their Sky Bet League 2 campaign.
Wolves transfer news: 'I am in limbo' says left-back (Birmingham Mail): Stephen Ward says he would like to stay at Brighton and Hove Albion but he is unsure of his future.
Aaron McCarey bids to cool Walsall race row (Express and Star): Former Walsall goalkeeper Aaron McCarey today moved to appease Saddlers fans over his victory celebration following Wolverhampton Wanderers' derby win at the Banks's Stadium.
Accrington boss says survival key for Stanley (BBC Late Kick Off): James Beattie says achieving Sky Bet League 2 safety would constitute a successful season for Accrington, but believes Stanley can finish higher in the table.
Bolton Wanderers boss Dougie Freedman tells Aston Villa loan defender Alan Hutton to bide his time (The Bolton News): Dougie Freedman says Scottish compatriot Alan Hutton will have a part to play for Wanderers before his loan spell from Aston Villa runs out at the end of the month.
Doncaster Rovers boss Paul Dickov targets loan defender (South Yorkshire Times): Paul Dickov was last night waiting for calls to be returned after making enquiries about signing a defender on loan.
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