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Football League media talk

21 October 2014

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

Malcolm Crosby says Birmingham City must nullify Blackburn threat with attack (Birmingham Mail): Birmingham City caretaker manager has his say ahead of Blackburn Rovers game.

Crawley warned they must stand up and fight (The Sussex Argus): Matt Harrold accused the Reds of being pushovers in the first half of their 5-3 defeat at Notts County at the weekend.

Bruised and battered Brewers get ready for Brunton Park scrap (Burton Mail): Burton Albion will have several walking wounded in their ranks as they visit Carlisle United tonight.

Payback time tonight, says Riga (Blackpool Gazette): Jose Riga has demanded a reaction from his players as high-flying Derby arrive at Bloomfield Road tonight.

Dickov seeks fresh faces after running out of patience (Doncaster Free Press): Paul Dickov is attempting to bolster his squad and has not ruled out adding a new face in time for tonight’s visit of Leyton Orient.

AFC Wimbledon battle to cope with fixture congestion as Plymouth Argyle come to town (Get West London): Neal Ardley says AFC Wimbledon are battling to cope with the mental rigours of League 2 football as they prepare for another fixture tonight at home to Plymouth Argyle.

Nathan Redmond believes Norwich City’s players have picked themselves up quickly after loss at Fulham (Eastern Daily Press): Kick-off at Carrow Road tonight cannot come soon enough for Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond.

Sam Collins to tinker with Hartlepool United side for Accrington trip (Sunderland Echo): Caretaker boss Sam Collins is looking to “freshen” up his side for tonight’s match against Accrington Stanley.

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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