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Football League media talk

21 November 2014

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

Mark Davies out for four months with knee injury (BBC Sport): Bolton Wanderers midfielder Mark Davies has been ruled out for four months with a knee injury.

Kenny Jackett linked with six-figure bid for Northampton Town striker Ivan Toney (Birmingham Mail): Wolves are reported to have had a six-figure bid for Northampton Town striker Ivan Toney rejected as they look for cover during the African Cup of Nations.

Daggers boss: Form has to improve or else (London24): Dagenham & Redbridge manager Wayne Burnett has not had any discussions with the board over the club’s current situation, but admits he needs to start winning soon.

Villa boss keeping an eye on Robinson progress (Sutton Coldfield Observer): Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has admitted that he has been impressed by the progress made by young striker Callum Robinson during his current loan spell at Preston.

Sean Scannell signs new contract at Huddersfield Town (Huddersfield Examiner): Sean Scannell has signed a new Huddersfield Town contract through to 2017, with the club having the option of adding a further year.

Newcastle United loan out striker to League Two strugglers Hartlepool United (Chronicle Live): Newcastle United teenager Adam Campbell has joined Hartlepool United on a month’s loan.

AFC Wimbledon duo to miss Oxford United clash (Get West London): AFC Wimbledon will be without both Sean Rigg and Andy Frampton for the visit to Oxford United on Saturday.

David McGoldrick on Leicester interest, Ireland debut and how he turned his career around (East Anglian Daily Times): From League One loanee at Coventry City to multi-million pound target for Premier League Leicester City and Republic of Ireland international, David McGoldrick has turned his career around.

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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