Here are Tuesday 6th May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Kasper Schmeichel: Leicester begin contract talks with keeper (BBC Radio Leicester): Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel says he has had preliminary talks about a new contract with promoted Leicester City.
Lee Clark: This can never happen to this football club or these fans again (Birmingham Mail): Lee Clark has urged Birmingham City to provide clarity as he tries to plan for next season.
Oscar pledges his battered troops will be ready for Rams (The Argus): Albion head coach Oscar Garcia has vowed to have his battered troops ready for the challenge of toppling Derby County in the Play-Offs.
Doncaster Rovers: Players summoned for last word on relegation (The Star): Doncaster Rovers' players will be summoned for an inquest into the club's relegation this week.
Brutally honest letter from relegated Tranmere Rovers' chief executive examines club's shortcomings, and hopes for brighter future (Liverpool Echo): The chief executive of Tranmere Rovers told fans the club would do its best to "put a smile on your face" next season after its relegation heartbreak.
Boss Jackson backs Shrewsbury squad to hit back (Shropshire Star): Boss Mike Jackson believes there is a strong enough core of players at Shrewsbury Town to build a promotion-winning side next season.
Sam Baldock has no regrets about leaving West Ham for Bristol City (Bristol Post): Sam Baldock says leaving West Ham United to join Bristol City was the best decision of his career.
Mousinho to consider staying at Stevenage - if the right offer comes along (The Comet): John Mousinho says he would consider staying at Stevenage next season.
Chesterfield: Spireites boss looks back on his best career moment (The Star): Chesterfield manager Paul Cook described winning the League 2 title as 'the best moment in my career'.
York City boss in Play-Off rallying cry (York Press): York City manager Nigel Worthington has insisted his players will need to be at their best to beat the "Manchester City of League 2" in the Sky Bet League 2 Play-Offs.
Argus player of the year Chris Zebroski wants to stay on Parade (South Wales Argus): Your South Wales Argus player of the year Chris Zebroski is ready to commit his future to Newport County AFC.
Darrell Clarke: Bristol Rovers manager takes relegation blame (BBC Points West): Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke has said he will take responsibility for his side's relegation from League 2.
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