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17 November 2014

A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.

Seasiders in Eagles swoop (Blackpool Gazette): Chris Eagles is training with Blackpool after turning down an offer to join Ian Holloway at Millwall.

Mark Cooper: We must play with that commitment and desire every week (Western Daily Press): Swindon Town manager Mark Cooper has urged his players to maintain the level of commitment and desire every week after they raised the stakes in the promotion race by becoming the first side to beat Bristol City in League One this season.

James Bowen "honoured" to make Cheltenham Town debut (Gloucestershire Echo): Despite the horror show against Stevenage, teenager James Bowen was “honoured” to make his professional debut for Cheltenham Town.

Adam Hammill can offer welcome options says Huddersfield Town manager Chris Powell (Huddersfield Examiner): Chris Powell wants to see Adam Hammill fit and firing on all cylinders.

Strikers can fire Shrewsbury Town to promotion, says Liam Lawrence (Shropshire Star): Captain Liam Lawrence believes Shrewsbury Town have the firepower to deliver an instant return to League 1.

Fletcher has no immediate plans to return to first-team management (Bournemouth Echo): Carl Fletcher says he has no immediate plans to return to first-team management following his baptism of fire at Plymouth Argyle.

Derry and Trew shower Carroll with praise and thanks after he jets in to help Notts County go fourth (Nottingham Post): Shaun Derry and Trew shower Carroll with praise and thanks after he jets in to help Notts County go fourth.

Justin Edinburgh full of praise for midfield pair after Exeter draw (South Wales Argus): Newport County manager Justin Edinburgh heaped praise on midfielders Adam Chapman and Max Porter for orchestrating the Exiles’ comeback against Exeter City.

These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.

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