Here are Tuesday 25th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Leeds United: Massimo Cellino to appeal against League ruling (BBC Sport): Massimo Cellino says he will appeal against The Football League's decision to block him from buying a majority stake in Leeds United.
Billy Davies was destined for failure at Nottingham Forest after a year of drama, fall-outs and media blackouts (The Daily Telegraph): Nottingham Forest must try to rebuild their reputation after dismissing a manager obsessed with conspiracy and hidden agendas.
Nottingham Forest: Neil Warnock rejects manager role (BBC Radio 5 Live): Neil Warnock has rejected the chance to take over as Nottingham Forest manager.
Nigel Pearson: Leicester City manager released from hospital (BBC Sport): Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has been released from hospital and hopes to be in charge for Tuesday's Championship game against Yeovil.
Coventry City chief Tim Fisher attacked by fans in London pub (Coventry Telegraph): Sky Blues chief executive Tim Fisher was attacked by fans after Coventry City's defeat to Brentford on Saturday.
Sheffield United: Brayford points to signs of progress (Sheffield Star): Scratching beneath the surface of Saturday's loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers and John Brayford, the Sheffield United defender, last night insisted the 2-0 scoreline must not be allowed to obscure real signs of progress from Nigel Clough's side.
Wolves' squad depth a 'luxury' says Kevin McDonald (Express and Star): Kevin McDonald believes the 'luxury' of Kenny Jackett being able to rotate his squad can make the difference for Wolves in the run-in.
Newport County midfielder Michael Flynn optimistic over Play-Off bid (BBC Radio Wales): Midfielder Michael Flynn believes Newport can still reach the League Two play-offs after a 1-0 win at Torquay.
Bristol Rovers boss John Ward keen to look at permanent deal for Alan Gow (Bristol Post): Bristol Rovers boss John Ward has confirmed that he is hoping to sign Alan Gow on a permanent deal over the summer.
Flitcroft insists on Shakers focus (Manchester Evening News): The Bury manager says there will be a lot more twists and turns this season as his side took another point towards safety.
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