Here are Friday 16th May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Cheltenham Town: Lee Vaughan set to join Robins on two year deal (Gloucestershire Echo): Kidderminster Harriers right-back Lee Vaughan is set to become Cheltenham Town's first new signing of the summer, the Echo understands.
Gillingham: Akinfenwa and Whelpdale offered new deals (BBC Sport): Gillingham have released nine players but offered new deals to Adebayo Akinfenwa and Chris Whelpdale.
Yun Suk-young ordered to report to South Korea camp as QPR dealt Play-Off Final blow (Daily Mail): South Korea coach Hong Myung-bo has ordered QPR to release defender Yun Suk-young for his country's pre-World Cup camp.
Catlin ready for central role against FA plans (Portsmouth News): He's called it the biggest threat the lower leagues of English football has ever seen. And if anyone should know, it's Pompey chief executive Mark Catlin.
Sam Rush: Derby County have squad ready for Premier League (BBC Sport): Derby County chief executive Sam Rush says the Rams will not have to make drastic changes to their squad if they win promotion to the Premier League.
Marlon King jailed for 18 months after road-rage clash (The Telegraph): Marlon King has been jailed for 18 months for dangerous driving after a road-rage crash which left a motorist with a broken arm.
Football tournament at Exeter City raises £5,000 for Prostate Cancer UK (Express and Echo): Play at the Park, a tournament organised by Exeter City's Football in the Community team has raised almost £5,000 for Prostate Cancer UK, with money still coming in.
Sheffield Wednesday: Llera targets English move (Sheffield Star): Miguel Llera wants to stay in English football after being released by the Owls.
Scunthorpe United seek answers from players offered new contracts (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Manager Russ Wilcox does not expect all of the 13 out-of-contract players offered new terms by Scunthorpe United to be with the club next season.
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