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Football League media talk

1 October 2014

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

Addicks boss praises ref for handling of Canaries clash (This is Local London): Bob Peeters hailed the performance of referee Mick Russell after Johnnie Jackson earned Charlton a late victory at Norwich.

Yeovil Town subjected to double training sessions to bounce back from Crawley Town defeat (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town’s squad have been subjected to double training sessions this week in a bid to bounce back from defeat to Crawley Town.

Danny Coles: Exeter City lacked ambition says former captain (BBC Sport): Former Exeter City captain Danny Coles says he left St James Park because the club lacked ambition.

McKinlay unable to completely enjoy his managerial debut (Watford Observer): New Watford boss Billy McKinlay admitted he was unable to completely enjoy his first game in management despite securing a 2-1 victory against Brentford.

Clarke wants more clean sheets for PNE (Lancashire Evening Post): Preston North End skipper Tom Clarke regards goalscoring as a bonus, with clean sheets at the other end of the pitch his No.1 priority.

Chris Wilder calls for Cobblers consistency (Northampton Herald & Post): After an up and down September Chris Wilder wants his Northampton Town side to put together a consistent run of results ahead of Saturday’s trip to Wycombe Wanderers.

Jonny Williams on Ipswich debut goal: Like I've never been away (Croydon Advertiser): Jonny Williams was buzzing to score for loan club Ipswich Town.

Steve Davis critical of his players after Notts County defeat (The Sentinel): Steve Davis admits he is losing patience with his underperforming players after another defeat, this time to Notts County.

Southend United's Luke Prosser feels impressive partnership with Adam Thompson benefitted from shortage of defenders in summer (The Echo): Luke Prosser has been in fine form for Southend United.

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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