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Football League media talk 17/03/14

17 March 2014

Here are Monday 17th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

?United mull over whether to appeal Labadie's punishment over biting incident (Herald Express): Torquay United will reveal on Monday whether they are to appeal against midfielder Joss Labadie's ten-match suspension and £2,000 fine for allegedly biting Chesterfield's Ollie Banks last month.

Injured Danny Ings could face rest of month on sidelines (Lancashire Telegraph): Danny Ings could be out of action for the rest of the month after suffering upper ankle ligament damage.

Delight for Rovers ace Rhodes after hat-trick at former club (Lancashire Telegraph): Jordan Rhodes says his second hat-trick for Blackburn Rovers and the 11th of his prolific career was extra special.

Dunne urges U's to keep believing after Crawley defeat (Daily Gazette): Colchester United manager Joe Dunne has urged his side to keep believing after they were beaten 1-0 at Crawley Town.

Forster-Caskey salutes perfect away performance for Albion (The Argus): Jake Forster-Caskey has praised Albion for avoiding a post-QPR hangover.

Robbo points at 'interesting decisions' in derby defeat (Milton Keynes Citizen): Karl Robinson believes referee Keith Hill made some 'interesting' decisions in the 2-0 defeat to Peterborough United on Saturday.

Burnley star Ings plays down transfer talk (Talk Sport): Burnley striker Danny Ings admits he cannot escape rumours linking him with a move to the Premier League.

Mike Jackson weighs up move for new Shrewsbury Town striker (Shropshire Star): Mike Jackson is considering his strike options ahead of Shrewsbury Town's crunch trip to Colchester United tomorrow night after Miles Storey returned to Swindon.

Alexander: Fleetwood will chase down top three (Fleetwood Weekly News): Graham Alexander has his sights set on a top-three finish, insisting Fleetwood Town will 'chase them down'.

Peter Johnson: Tranmere Rovers to be sold 'within two weeks' (Liverpool Echo): Chairman Peter Johnson has revealed the sale of Tranmere Rovers is likely to be announced within two weeks.

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