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Football League media talk

28 November 2014

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

Jokanovic: Promotion not guaranteed (Watford Observer): Watford head coach Slavisa Jokanovic has questioned whether some of his players believe promotion is a certainty.

Ferguson: Getting flak comes with the territory (Peterborough Telegraph): Manager Darren Ferguson and his players are on a mission to get the Peterborough United fans back on side.

Robinson wants to fight for place at Luton (Luton Today): Hatters midfielder Matt Robinson has made it clear he wants to return to Kenilworth Road after his month at Kidderminster Harriers according to boss John Still.

Valley chief to stick with January plan on signing new forward (This Is Local London): Bob Peeters hopes to sign another striker in January.

Winger Ryan Hall determined to make impact at Notts County (Nottingham Post): Notts County have moved quickly to offset the blow of losing Zeli Ismail to serious injury by moving for Rotherham winger Ryan Hall.

No new additions at Nottingham Forest (Nottingham Post): Stuart Pearce is content with Nottingham Forest's resources as they look to defeat Birmingham.

Toney transfer to Wolves collapsed due to player ‘failing his medical’ (Northampton Chronicle & Echo): The Wolves boss wouldn’t reveal what the problem was, saying the details are ‘confidential’, but he also didn’t rule out making a further move for Toney in the future.

New boss Paul Buckle hopes to inspire confidence at Cheltenham Town (Gloucestershire Echo): New manager Paul Buckle hopes to inspire the confidence that has been lacking after a wretched run at Cheltenham Town.

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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