Here are Wednesday 14th May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
World Cup 2014: Australia name League 1 pair in squad (BBC Sport): Australia named League 1 players Bailey Wright and Massimo Luongo in a provisional 30-man World Cup squad.
Torquay United retained list sees Ben Harding and Elliot Benyon transfer-listed (Herald Express): Midfielder Ben Harding and striker Elliot Benyon have both been added to the transfer list by Torquay United manager Chris Hargreaves.
Boro hot prospect Dael Fry aiming to help England Under-17s put heat on Holland (Gazette Live): Middlesbrough young guns Dael Fry and Callum Cooke are aiming to fire England to glory in the European Under-17 Championships.
Crawley Town boss Gregory: 'I don't expect quartet to sign' (Crawley News): 11 players exited Crawley Town last week and there could be another four following them after manager John Gregory admitted he does not expect the quartet offered new deals to sign them.
Dan Gosling: Newcastle midfielder in AFC Bournemouth talks (BBC Radio Solent): Bournemouth are in talks to sign Newcastle's out-of-contract midfielder Dan Gosling.
Middlesbrough make move for Lewis Grabban (Sky Sports): Middlesbrough have made an approach for Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban, Sky Sports can confirm.
Port Vale supporters' club welcomes season-ticket deals (The Sentinel): Port Vale will meet their target of at least 4,000 season-ticket sales if Micky Adams stays on as manager, says supporters' club vice-chairman Mark Porter.
Max Clayton: Crewe will fight to keep hold of young star (BBC Radio Stoke): Crewe director of football Dario Gradi says he will do all he can to try and keep Max Clayton at the club.
Freeman will cost a fee if City want to make move (Western Daily Press): If Bristol City want Stevenage winger Luke Freeman, they are going to have to pay for the privilege. City's hopes of signing the former Arsenal and Gillingham youngster on a free transfer were dealt a blow when he signed a new contract with relegated Stevenage.
Sheffield United: Blades must not be kept waiting in the transfer market (Sheffield Star): Nigel Clough has warned Sheffield United must not be kept waiting in the transfer market this summer, writes James Shield.
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