A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Bolton Wanderers chairman in Thailand for takeover talks (BBC Radio Manchester): Bolton Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside is in Thailand having discussions about a possible takeover of the Championship side, reports BBC Radio Manchester.
John Gregory hints at quitting Crawley Town (Crawley Observer): Crawley Town manager John Gregory could quit his job following another inconsistent display on Saturday.
Anger and disappointment at York performance must spur us into action, says Cheltenham Town player-coach Steve Elliott (Gloucestershire Echo): Anger and disappointment will stay with Cheltenham Town player-coach Steve Elliott all week after Saturday’s horror show against York City.
Neil Adams urges Norwich City to be fearless at Middlesbrough (Eastern Daily Press): Neil Adams insists Norwich City must be fearless ahead of a testing Championship double header this week at promotion rivals Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest.
Coventry City boss will let his six-shooters fight it out for first-team action (Coventry Telegraph): Sky Blues manager Steven Pressley says competition for forward places will help club rise in the table.
John Sheridan pleased with Plymouth Argyle character (BBC Sport): Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan has hailed the character of his side after their 1-1 draw at Burton Albion.
Wigan duo edge closer to long-awaited returns (Wigan Today): Wigan Athletic duo Ben Watson and Chris McCann are back in contention for tomorrow night’s trip to Brighton.
Mark Robins delighted to see Middlesbrough loanee Luke Williams open goal account for Scunthorpe United (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Legs, guile, energy and pace – manager Mark Robins is pleased with the qualities Middlesbrough loanee Luke Williams has brought to Scunthorpe United.
Awford backs Westcarr to keep on scoring (Portsmouth News): Andy Awford believes the goals will keep flowing for Craig Westcarr after the striker roared back to form.
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