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Football League media talk

17 October 2014

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

Millwall fans will welcome Kenny Jackett, says Alan Dunne (London Evening Standard): Alan Dunne is confident Kenny Jackett will receive a warm reception from Millwall supporters when he returns to The Den tomorrow.

Adam Forshaw is backed to sting the Bees (Wigan Today): Adam Forshaw has the mental toughness to handle Saturday’s reunion with his old club Brentford according to Uwe Rosler.

Michael Appleton: It's my job to keep Oxford United positive (Oxford Mail): Michael Appleton insists the only pressure he feels comes from within.

Managerial changes haven't had big impact on players, says Ekstrand (Watford Observer): Joel Ekstrand says the number of managerial changes at Watford this season hasn't greatly affected the players.

Bristol City will carry on attacking at Coventry, says boss Steve Cotterill (Western Daily Press): Steve Cotterill pledges to give a travelling army of 3,500 Bristol City fans more top value for money at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow.

Newport County's Byrne set for new contract (BBC Sport): Manager Justin Edinburgh reveals midfielder Mark Byrne is in talks to extend his contract with Newport County.

Grant Holt vows to prove his doubters wrong (Carlisle News & Star): Grant Holt says he is relishing the chance to prove people wrong during his loan spell with Huddersfield Town.

Dean Cox joins Leyton Orient injury list (ESPN): Dean Cox is the latest addition to Leyton Orient's growing injury list ahead of the home game against MK Dons.

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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