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Football League media talk

5 November 2014

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

Howe praises professional performance as Cherries hit the summit (Bournemouth Echo): Cherries boss Eddie Howe praised his team after seeing them go to the top of the Championshipwith a 2-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday.

No need to panic – Simon Grayson (Lancashire Evening Post): Simon Grayson is confident his Preston North End side will rediscover their winning touch in the wake of last night’s narrow defeat to Swindon.

Gareth Ainsworth: You don't hang on to scoring midfielders for long (Bucks Free Press): Gareth Ainsworth believes he might have difficulty hanging onto Peter Murphy if the midfielder keeps up his scoring streak.

Wolves: Dave Edwards suffers knee ligament damage (Birmingham Mail): Kenny Jackett may be forced to dip into loan market before deadline after midfielder picked up injury during defeat at Ipswich.

Socceroos call for Massimo Luongo (Swindon Advertiser): Swindon Town midfielder Massimo Luongo has, as expected, been named in Australia's squad for the international friendly against Japan in Osaka later this month.

Andy Awford: Keeping it simple pays off (Chichester Observer): Pompey are reaping the benefits of keeping things simple, according to Andy Awford.

Chris Powell hoping Sean Scannell will recover from illness which forced him off at Derby County to face Fulham (Huddersfield Examiner): Chris Powell is hoping Sean Scannell will make a quick recovery from the bout of illness which forced him off during Huddersfield Town’s 3-2 defeat at Derby.

Alan Tate back at Swansea City as injury interrupts Crewe Alexandra loan (South Wales Evening Post): Alan Tate has returned to Swansea City for treatment after picking up a groin injury while on loan at Crewe Alexandra.

Morecambe set to draft in ‘keeper on loan for Dover FA Cup trip (Lancaster Guardian): Morecambe are on the search for another goalkeeper after learning Scott Davies would be ineligible and Andreas Arestidou injured for their FA Cup first round tie at Dover on Saturday.

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