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Football League media talk

26 November 2014

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

Albion complete Bent loan deal (The Argus): Brighton & Hove Albion have completed the loan signing of former England striker Darren Bent from Aston Villa.

Remie Streete wanted by Blackpool and Sheffield Wednesday (The Sentinel): Port Vale are likely to face competition for Newcastle defender Remie Streete if they plan to bring him back before tomorrow's loan deadline.

We won't shy away from criticism pledges Carlisle Utd skipper (News & Star): Captain Danny Grainger has vowed Carlisle United’s players will respond to boss Keith Curle’s stinging accusation that they are work-shy.

Chelsea midfielder John Swift and free agent Sean St Ledger set to sign for Ipswich Town (East Anglian Daily Times): Ipswich Town are set to sign England Under-20 midfielder John Swift from Chelsea ahead of the ‘emergency’ loan window shutting tomorrow.

A point earned, not two dropped, says Robinson (MK Citizen): Karl Robinson has refused to see the 2-2 draw with Rochdale as an opportunity missed, despite feeling his MK Dons side should have won at stadium:mk.

Following Joe Hart at Shrewsbury Town not an issue for Callum Burton (Shropshire Star): Talented goalkeeper Callum Burton will not let the shadow of England No.1 Joe Hart hang over him as he looks to build his Shrewsbury Town career.

Wolves close to £500,000 deal for Ivan Toney (Express & Star): Wolves are hoping to complete the £500,000-plus signing of Northampton Town striker Ivan Toney.

Bantams open to offers for out-of-favour midfielder Dolan (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Bradford City will listen to any loan offers for midfielder Matty Dolan.

County made me a better player, says James Loveridge (South Wales Argus): James Loveridge has thanked Newport County AFC for making him a better player following his return to Swansea 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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