Here are Monday 24th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
'If anyone can get Nottingham Forest promoted it's Neil Warnock,' says Dean Yates (Nottingham Post): If anyone can get Nottingham Forest promoted back into the Premier League via the Play-Offs this season it's Neil Warnock. That's the verdict of former Notts County defender Dean Yates.
AFC Bournemouth: Cherries' Josh on 'memorable' day at Wembley (Bournemouth Echo):Cherries prospect Josh Carmichael admitted fulfilling one of his boyhood dreams had been a "truly memorable experience".
Boro's big Greek finds support after suffering freak moment (Northern Echo): Deflated Dimi Konstantopoulos has been reassured that Aitor Karanka maintains faith in him after suffering one of the worst moments of his professional career at the Riverside.
'We have enough to beat the drop', says Callum Reilly (Birmingham Mail): The Birmingham City midfielder believes his side are strong enough to stay out of the bottom three.
Brentford boss targets near-record points total (Get West London): Six more wins needed at least, says manager Mark Warburton after they beat Coventry City.
McMahon keeps faith in Rovers' battle for survival (Liverpool Echo): Manager John McMahon insists Tranmere won't lose heart or faith in the battle for Sky Bet League 1 survival.
We must be more ruthless in front of goal, admits Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill (Bristol Post): Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill insists his players must develop a ruthless streak if they are to continue climbing the League 1 table.
Shrewsbury Town boss Mike Jackson weighing up options for survival bid (Shropshire Star): Manager Mike Jackson today revealed there could be both comings and goings at Shrewsbury Town before Thursday's loan deadline.
Waddock relishing Oxford United opportunity (Oxford Mail): Gary Waddock wants his Oxford United side to play an entertaining brand of football as a new era at the club begins.
'Plymouth Argyle can only go one way, and that's the Play-Offs' (Plymouth Herald): Rommy Boco believes all the players are pulling together as Plymouth Argyle chase a Sky Bet League 2 Play-Off place.
Hill trusts his players for promotion push (Manchester Evening News): Dale boss Keith Hill refused to bring reinforcements in when top scorer Scott Hogan was injured, and his squad have rewarded that faith.
Ardley's men show their strength in the face of adversity (Wimbledon Guardian): AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley hailed the club's strength in adversity after a dramatic comeback ended in 4-3 win over Cheltenham Town.
Exeter City: Boss Paul Tisdale hails 'heart-warming' home win (BBC Radio Devon): Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale says his side's first home win since 5th October was "heart-warming".
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