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Football League media talk

16 October 2014

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

Nigel Adkins happy with Reading FC's start to the season (Get Reading): Royals’ boss has used the lull during the international break to assess his side’s start to the campaign.

Port Vale: Former manager Micky Adams set to be named Tranmere Rovers boss (The Sentinel):  Former Port Vale manager Micky Adams is set to be appointed as Tranmere Rovers' new boss.

Cheltenham Town: I'm happy to take control, says Carson (Western Daily Press): Sweeper-keeper Trevor Carson is ready to take control of the Cheltenham Town defence and help propel the Robins back up the League 2 table.

Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer believes he was right to retain Markus Olsson after ‘magnificent’ form (Lancashire Telegraph): Rovers boss Gary Bowyer believes Markus Olsson’s ‘magnificent’ form has vindicated his decision to hand the left back a new contract.

Bean admits he may have played his last game for U's (Daily Gazette): Marcus Bean admits he may have played his last game for Colchester United.

Ryan Taylor eying end of Pompey comeback trail (Portsmouth News):
Ryan Taylor has had enough of staging comebacks, now he’s banking on having finally resolved his injury woes.

Neil Lennon backs young striker Max Clayton to help fire his Bolton Wanderers attack (Bolton News): Max Clayton has received a vote of confidence from new Wanderers boss Neil Lennon.

Gary Johnson plots 'radical' changes at Yeovil Town ahead of Swindon Town visit (Western Gazette): Gary  Johnson admitted he could understand the reaction of angry fans at Port Vale as he planned “radical” changes at Yeovil Town to reverse ailing fortunes.

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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