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Football League media talk

4 November 2014

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

Charlton draft in Arsenal midfielder ahead of Leeds United trip (This is Local London): Charlton have signed Arsenal central midfielder Francis Coquelin on a one-month loan deal.

Reading: No more excuses, says Danny Williams (Get Reading): Danny Williams says there can be no excuses for Reading tonight when they host Rotherham United at Madejski Stadium.

Ryan Leonard feels back to his best for Southend United (The Echo): Southend United midfielder Ryan Leonard feels back to his best and is ready to help the Shrimpers embark on another winning run.

Bennett insists it is too early to write off Albion's season (The Argus): Elliott Bennett insists it is too soon to write off Albion’s season as a relegation fight.

Port Vale prepare contract talks with Mark Marshall (The Sentinel): Port Vale are preparing to open talks with winger Mark Marshall about a contract extension, chairman Norman Smurthwaite has revealed.

Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer: Millwall trip will be our toughest test (Lancashire Telegraph): Gary Bowyer wants his young Blackburn Rovers side to rise to the challenge of playing at The Den.

Coventry City's Jordan Clarke needed Yeovil Town switch to take control of career (Western Gazette): Having gone from first team regular to peripheral figure at Coventry City, Jordan Clarke knew he had to make the most of the opportunity Yeovil Town presented to take control of his career.

Nigel Clough unsure how long striker Michael Higdon will be out with hamstring injury (The Star): Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough faces an anxious wait this week to discover the full extent of Michael Higdon’s hamstring injury.

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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