A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Blackburn Rovers midfielder Corry Evans determined to make Northern Ireland history of his own (Lancashire Telegraph): Northern Ireland go into their big Euro 2016 qualifier against Romania tonight at the top of their group after starting a qualifying campaign with three straight wins for the first time.
Louis Reed backs team-mate Diego De Girolamo to end Blades’ goalscoring crisis (Sheffield Star): They have shared a pitch hundreds of times before at academy and youth team level, having graduated with flying red-and-white colours from Sheffield United’s Redtooth Academy just a year apart.
Still believes Tranmere are a different proposition under Adams (Luton Today): Luton Town boss John Still expects tomorrow’s opponents Tranmere to be a different proposition after appointing Micky Adams as manager.
Jokanovic: More time is necessary, there are many things to learn (Watford Observer): Slavisa Jokanovic says he needs more time to develop his Watford side and believes he has many things to learn about the Championship.
Gillingham sign Brighton's Chicksen (BBC Sport): League 1 side Gillingham have signed Brighton & Hove Albion left-back Adam Chicksen on a one-month loan deal.
Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman expecting his toughest test so far at Carlisle (Lancashire Telegraph): Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman is expecting the toughest game since he returned to the club tomorrow as the Reds travel to Carlisle.
Graham gives Wolves another dimension, says Jackett (Royal Sutton Coldfield Observer): Wolves boss Kenny Jackett says he is delighted to have signed Danny Graham on loan, as the striker will give him a different option going forward.
Coventry City boss Steven Pressley not taking Notts County lightly despite international call-ups (Coventry Telegraph): County to be without half the team who have lifted club into League 1's promotion zone.
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