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Football League media talk

14 October 2014

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

Jokanovic hopes to add continental style to traditional British football (Watford Observer): Slavisa Jokanovic says Watford must not play like other sides in the Sky Bet Championship if they hope to be successful this season.

Doncaster Rovers: Top six has to be our target, says Jamie McCombe (The Epworth Bells & Crowle Advertiser): Giant defender Jamie McCombe is another senior professional in the Doncaster Rovers dressing room with lofty ambitions.

Oxford United: It's our fault, says Danny Hylton (Oxford Mail): Danny Hylton thinks it should be the Oxford United players rather than the coaching staff who are held responsible for their lowly position in the table.

New manager Mark Robins 'encouraged' by Scunthorpe United's performance against Gillingham (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Mark Robins' first match in charge of Scunthorpe United will be Saturday's home game against Colchester United.

Lennon: I'll get Bolton to play Celtic way (Glasgow Evening Times): NeiL Lennon has set himself the challenge of making Bolton his new Paradise by instilling Celtic's winning qualities into the struggling Wanderers.

Bennett returns to Derby from Bradford City (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Striker Mason Bennett has left City to go back to Derby County.

Blackburn Rovers captain Grant Hanley undergoing assessment to determine extent of knee injury (Lancashire Telegraph): Rovers skipper Grant Hanley is undergoing assessment at Brockhall to determine the extent of the knee injury that has ruled him out of Scotland’s big Euro 2016 qualifier tonight.

Buoyant Tykes looking up following poor start (Yorkshire Post): Sam Winnall is confident that Barnsley’s impressive televised derby victory over Bradford City will prove a major turning point in the club’s campaign.

Transfer talk won't stop Tom Pope scoring goals, says interim boss Rob Page (The Sentinel): Port Vale interim manager Rob Page says players like Tom Pope, left, are always going to attract interest when they are playing well and scoring goals.

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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