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Football League media talk

12 November 2014

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

Tony Bloom: Sami Hyypia is here to stay (The Argus): Albion chairman Tony Bloom has given his unequivocal backing to manager Sami Hyypia.

Robinson’s debt of gratitude to PNE team-mate (Lancashire Evening Post): Hat-trick hero Callum Robinson has thanked Preston North End team-mate Kevin Davies for a helping hand in allowing him to complete his treble against Havant and Waterlooville.

Awford: No need to panic buy (Portsmouth News): Andy Awford is refusing to be panicked into replacing James Dunne.

Boro striker Patrick Bamford trains with England first-team squad (Gazette Live): The in-form forward was named in Gareth Southgate's Under-21 squad but was picked out by Hodgson to train with the senior team on Tuesday.

Leyton Orient boss Milanese expects side to improve after ending home drought against Northampton Town (East London Guardian): Leyton Orient manager Mauro Milanese expects his side to keep improving after they finally claimed their first home win of the season.

Still believes Gibbons deserves a second chance (Luton Today): Hatters boss John Still believes that former Sunderland U18s captain Lewis Gibbons is deserving of a second chance.

Nathan Redmond was not interested in a Norwich City exit (Eastern Daily Press): Norwich City’s Nathan Redmond never considered jumping ship in the summer after being touted with a swift Premier League return.

Posh kids out to make legend Halsall unhappy (Peterborough Telegraph): Peterborough United start their FA Youth Cup campaign with a first round tie against Notts County at London Road.

Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan excited by 'big game' against Coventry (Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan is putting a lot of importance on the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy last 16 tie against Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena tonight.

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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