Here are Wednesday 19th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Three years on from Manchester United defender Jonny Evans' horror tackle, Bolton Wanderers' Stuart Holden has no bitterness (Bolton News): Exactly three years ago, Stuart Holden was plunged into a nightmare run of serious injuries that have threatened his playing career, but the Wanderers star refuses to feel bitter as he begins another brave comeback attempt.
Jamie Vardy: Leicester City striker's remarkable rise (BBC Late Kick Off Midlands): Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is on the verge of the Premier League and the 27-year-old seems to need a few seconds to take it in.
Walcott's surgeon lined up to help Boro winger (Northern Echo): Middlesbrough have turned to the man responsible for solving a number of sports stars? injury nightmares in the hope of getting Mustapha Carayol back to fitness and to his best.
Robbo's enduring his toughest year so far (Milton Keynes Citizen): From injuries and problems with the pitch to loan recalls and refereeing decisions, Karl Robinson admits he?s having the toughest season of his managerial career.
Laid-back Donaldson has plenty left in the tank (Get West London): Clayton Donaldson insists he is not in need of a rest and if he looks tired it's because he is just laid back.
Carlisle United's Meppen-Walter told to seize his chance (News and Star): Courtney Meppen-Walter was today urged to prove he?s worth another chance in Carlisle United?s back four as injuries open the door for the axed defender.
Josh Simpson: Crawley captain hails John Gregory's impact (BBC Sussex): Crawley captain Josh Simpson says John Gregory has re-energised the side since his appointment as manager in December.
Joss Labadie: Torquay midfielder withdraws appeal against ban (BBC Sport): Torquay United midfielder Joss Labadie has withdrawn his appeal against his 10-game ban for biting an opponent.
Drummond set to miss rest of season (The Visitor): Morecambe's Stewart Drummond is set to miss the rest of the season after fracturing his toe.
Rochdale: Keith Hill not carried away despite going top (BBC Radio Manchester): Rochdale manager Keith Hill says he is not yet thinking of promotion, despite returning to the top of League Two on Tuesday with a 3-0 win at Northampton.
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