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22 October 2014

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

Karl Robinson 'flattered' but happy at MK Dons (BBC Sport): MK Dons boss Karl Robinson has said he is "flattered" by Birmingham City's interest in his services and his own club's desire to keep him.

Gary Johnson: Yeovil Town players must look at their League 1 impact after Sheffield United defeat (western Gazette): Yeovil Town players must question their Sky Bet League 1 ability according to manager Gary Johnson after defeat to Sheffield United.

Argyle boss John Sheridan pleased with hard earned draw against Wimbledon (Plymouth Herald): Manager John Sheridan admitted Plymouth Argyle picked up a ‘hard-earned’ point when they drew 0-0 away to AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday night.

Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer pleased with second half display in win over Birmingham City (Lancashire Telegraph): Rovers moved within three points of the Play-Offs last night after they ended their four-match winless run by beating 10-man and managerless Birmingham City 1-0 at Ewood Park.

Nugent pays tribute to loyal Orient fans after Doncaster victory (Guardian Series): Kevin Nugent admitted he was most pleased for the loyal Leyton Orient supporters that travelled to Doncaster after he picked up his first league win as interim manager. 

Reports - Burton Albion boss given permission to speak to Birmingham City (Burton Mail): National media outlets are reporting that Gary Rowett has been given permission to speak to Birmingham City over the vacant manager's job.

Lennon "angry" over wasteful Wanderers' defeat at Charlton (Bolton News): Neil Lennon wants points not plaudits after coming away empty-handed from Charlton last night.

Happy hour for Taylor(Kent Online): Peter Taylor was encouraged by Gillingham’s performance for an hour against Preston on Tuesday night.

Northampton Town: Chris Wilder 'not embarrassed' by defeat to former club Oxford United (Northampton Herald & Post): Northampton Town boss Chris Wilder refused to criticise his players after the Cobblers went down 3-1 to Oxford – their third straight defeat.

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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