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Football League media talk

13 November 2014

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

Wilson 'can't wait' to be involved with England (Bournemouth Echo): Wilson’s fine form, which has included two further goals in Cherries’ record-breaking League Cup run, earned him October’s player-of-the-month award for the second tier and a first call-up for England under-21s.

Dons are the team to watch, warns Robinson (MK Citizen): Dons may be in an even better position in League 1 on Saturday night, even though they aren’t playing this weekend.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink looks to follow in the footsteps of Nigel Clough and Gary Rowett (Burton Albion): Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is eager to emulate the achievements of Nigel Clough and Gary Rowett as Burton Albion boss.

Nouha Dicko fit to resume action for Wolves (Express & Star): Wolves are confident much-missed Nouha Dicko will be fully-fit to resume action – after giving him the green light to star for Mali.

Hosts Crewe will miss Canada striker Marcus Haber (Derbyshire Times): Crewe Alexandra will be without their leading scorer Marcus Haber for Saturday’s game.

Scot Bennett: Exeter City players must pick themselves up quickly (Express & Echo): Exeter City captain Scot Bennett says his teammates will have to pick themselves up quickly from their humbling loss to Warrington Town in the FA Cup.

Stephen Kelly has cross words with 'sloppy' Reading defence (Reading Chronicle): Stephen Kelly says Reading must get back to basics and stop shipping ‘sloppy’ goals.

West Bromwich Albion midfielder Liam O'Neil reported to be coming to Scunthorpe United on loan (Scunthorpe Telegraph): West Brom defender Liam O’Neil has this morning been linked with a loan move to Scunthorpe United, as the Iron look to replace the injured Isaiah Osbourne.

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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