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Football League media talk

18 November 2014

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

Howe expresses 'immense delight' as Wilson wins England cap (Bournemouth Echo): Cherries manager Eddie Howe has expressed his “immense delight” after striker Callum Wilson tonight made his debut for England under-21s.

Newcastle United defender Remie Streete hints at move back to Vale (The Sentinel): Newcastle United defender Remie Streete would love to return to Port Vale – but the Valiants only have nine days to secure his signature on loan.

Brewers give Hasselbaink the perfect start with 3-1 win at Wycombe Wanderers (Burton Mail): Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was delighted to start his managerial reign at Burton Albion with a 3-1 win at Wycombe Wanderers last night.

Danny Graham can rediscover his goalscoring form, says Kenny Jackett (Birmingham Mail): Kenny Jackett is looking for Danny Graham to have the same sort of impact that loan hitmen Grant Holt and Glenn Murray have enjoyed in the Sky Bet Championship this season.

Doncaster Rovers: FA Cup win can breed confidence, says Reece Wabara (Doncaster Free Press): Reece Wabara believes tonight’s FA Cup clash with Conference South side Weston-super-Mare is the perfect opportunity for Rovers to get some confidence back.

Matty Blair can bring flair as knocks mount up at Cambridge United (Cambridge News): Richard Money believes Matty Blair will provide much-needed cover for Cambridge United after Ryan Donaldson became the latest player on the injury list.

Readfearn won’t write off top-six hopes (Yorkshire Evening Post): Neil Redfearn insists he is not discounting Leeds United’s prospects of propelling themselves firmly into top-six contention in the Sky Bet Championship – despite an indifferent start to the current campaign.

Michael Cain given extra month at Walsall (Express & Star): Walsall have confirmed the loan stay of Leicester City midfielder Michael Cain has been extended by a further month.

Andy Awford: No more urgency to strengthen (Portsmouth News): Andy Awford insists the urgency for new recruits has not been cranked up following the Plymouth defeat.

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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