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Football League media talk

15 October 2014

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

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Lee Evans says he is ready for Millwall (Birmingham Mail): Lee Evans has given Wolves a massive fitness boost as he has declared himself fit to face Millwall.

‘We want to emulate Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea’, says Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough (Sheffield Telegraph): Sheffield United have been ordered to follow Chelsea’s lead by strangling the life out of opponents.

Price of Football: Exeter City has the most expensive tickets in League 2: Exeter City Football Club has officially the most expensive tickets in League 2 – and are even more expensive to watch than a Premier League club, BBC figures gave revealed.

Cardiff City boss Russell Slade will be emotional on first game against boyhood club Nottingham Forest (Wales Online): Cardiff City manager Russell Slade admits he will be emotional on his first game in charge on Saturday, ironically against Nottingham Forest, the club he supported as a boy.

Northampton Town: Sixfields celebrates its 20th birthday today (Northamton Herald & Post): Northampton Town's Sixfields Stadium is 20 years old today.

Value for money rests with us, says Gills boss (Kent Messenger): Peter Taylor has admitted the onus is on Gillingham players to give their supporters value for money.

Shrewsbury Town midfield pair can go out on loan (Shropshire Start): Shrewsbury midfielders Aaron Wildig and Dave McAllister have been made available for loan, boss Micky Mellon has confirmed.

Hyypia: No plans for loan striker (The Argus): Albion have no plans to address their shortage of goals in the loan market.

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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