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Football League media talk

11 November 2014

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

Sheffield Wednesday: We don’t need motivating insists Jose Semedo (The Star): Jose Semedo felt Stuart Gray’s hour-long inquest with his squad was unnecessary and insists the Wednesday players want to win more than anybody.

Don't take Wimbledon lightly, warns Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill (Bristol City): Steve Cotterill will warn his Bristol City players against the dangers of complacency before sending them out to face AFC Wimbledon in the third round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy at Ashton Gate tonight.

Injured Carlisle Utd trio could return for Accrington game (News & Star): Manager Keith Curle is eyeing a triple injury boost at Carlisle United this week.

Huddersfield Town coach Steve Thompson still being linked with Leeds United: A reunion with former Bolton Wanderers teammate Neil Redfearn could be on the cards.

Walsall's Richard O’Donnell has final glory in his sights (Express & Star): Walsall keeper Richard O’Donnell admits he is already thinking about Wembley as the Saddlers prepare to tackle Sheffield United in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tomorrow.

John McCombe expected back by weekend for York City but Deon Burton returns to Scunthorpe for scan (York Press): City defender John McCombe is expected to recover from injury in time for this weekend's home match with Oxford.

Joe Riley hopes Oxford United loan action can kick-start Bolton Wanderers career (Bolton News): Young Wanderers defender Joe Riley believes regular game time at Oxford United will boost his chances of impressing when he returns to the Macron Stadium in the new year.

Stead backs strength in numbers to keep the Bantams in goals (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): City may lack an out-and-out goalscorer in their ranks – but according to Jon Stead, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

A win will lift everyone, says Taylor (Kent Online): Gillingham won’t be taking their Johnstone’s Paint Trophy match at Crawley lightly, as they seek a morale-boosting win.

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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