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Football League media talk

10 November 2014

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

Roger Johnson and Kevin Doyle could be paid off (Birmingham Mail): Wolverhampton Wanderers considering coming to agreements to cancel contracts for out-of-favour duo.

Coventry City's chairman Tim Fisher backs manager Steven Pressley after FA Cup exit to Worcester City (Coventry Telegraph): Coventry City chairman Tim Fisher has offered his support to manager Steven Pressley after the Sky Blues were condemned to a first round FA Cup exit by a 2-1 home defeat to Worcester City.

Midfielder O’Toole could leave Cobblers on loan (Northampton Chronicle): John-Joe O’Toole could leave the Cobblers on loan after manager Chris Wilder declared himself unhappy with both the player’s contribution to the team and his fitness levels.

Stuart Pearce hails strong 'collective will' at Nottingham Forest as Reds end bad league run (Notingham Post): For Stuart Pearce, the key to success was always the sense of togetherness at the club; the collective desire to put things right.

Orient boss Milanese believes side merited draw at Oldham Athletic after FA Cup exit (London Guardian): Leyton Orient boss Mauro Milanese believes his side did enough to earn a replay despite losing 1-0 at Oldham Athletic in the first round of the FA Cup.

Southend United manager Phil Brown: Blame me and not my players (The Echo): Southend  United manager Phil Brown told the club’s fans to direct their flak at him and not the players following a humiliating FA Cup exit at the hands of Chester on Saturday.
Brentford star eyes promotion push (Get West London): Andre Gray sees no reason why Brentford can't continue their current red-hot form and mount a Premier League promotion challenge.

Karl Robinson challenges Afobe to beat Bamford (Milton Keynes Citizen): Karl Robinson has challenged Benik Afobe to beat Patrick Bamford’s scoring record as the on-loan Arsenal man hit his 14th and 15th of the season in the 4-3 win over Port Vale on Saturday.

Bury sign Rotherham goalkeeper on loan (BBC Sport): League 2 side Bury have signed Rotherham United and former England Under-21 goalkeeper Scott Loan on loan until 17 January.

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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