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Football League media talk

20 November 2014

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

Eidur Gudjohnsen offer possible - Neil Lennon (BBC Sport): Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon says the club are considering whether to offer Eidur Gudjohnsen a contract.

FA Cup exit will not affect Notts County's transfer plans in January, says boss Shaun Derry (Nottingham Post): Shaun Derry believes Notts County's exit from the FA Cup will not have any great financial ramifications in his bid to strengthen the squad in January.

Midfielder Dominic Blizzard targets improved away results for Plymouth Argyle (Plymouth Herald): Dominic Blizzard has targeted better results on the road as the key to success for Plymouth Argyle this season.

Strong mentality will be key to promotion, admits Blackburn Rovers ace Corry Evans (Lancashire Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers midfielder Corry Evans admits the Championship must be a punter’s worst nightmare.

Cooper hopes dad'll be back (Swindon Advertiser): Mark Cooper is hoping his dad, former England full-back Terry, will be back on the training ground running an eye over his Swindon Town squad soon.

Bury are in good hands, says manager David Flitcroft (Bury Times): As a former player during Bury’s darker days, manager David Flitcroft is acutely aware of the difficult journey the club has been on since it collapsed into administration in 2001.

Lewis McGugan: 'I need to get back out there and perform' (Watford Observer): Lewis McGugan wants to “get back out there and perform” after leaving Watford on loan to join Sheffield Wednesday.

Fil brings Mor attacking intent to Bradford City (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Phil Parkinson today praised the impact of Filipe Morais on City and insisted "he's a massive threat for us".

Darren Carter: Short turnaround makes Sixfields trip ‘very difficult’ for Stevenage (Northampton Chronicle & Echo): Cobblers midfielder Darren Carter feels Stevenage’s short preparation time for their visit to Sixfields on Saturday will make the game ‘very difficult’ for them.

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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