A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Birmingham City caretaker boss Malcolm Crosby wants the job full-time (Birmingham Mail): Malcolm Crosby has admitted he would like to become Birmingham City’s manager.
Coventry City defender Andy Webster says players are 'letting down' boss and fans (Coventry Telegraph): Andy Webster admits the Coventry City’s players bear full responsibility for the woeful form that has seen them slump to the brink of the relegation places.
Carlisle United boss Keith Curle reveals player bid (News & Star): Carlisle United boss Keith Curle today revealed the Blues are expecting to receive a bid for one of their players.
Wolves head to Leeds United with their swagger back thanks to brilliant win over Middlesbrough (Birmingham Mail): Nouha Dicko believes Wolves can play with a swagger at Leeds on Saturday after silencing their doubters with a rousing victory over Middlesbrough.
Notts County open up contract talks with striker Shaun Harrad (Nottingham Post): Shaun Harrad could be set to follow Jordan Cranston in securing a new deal at Notts County after the club opened contract talks with the striker.
Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale keen to bring in another striker (Express & Echo): Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale says he has gone to the club’s board asking for cash to bring in a new striker.
Tony Pulis: 'I was interested in Cardiff City job but now let's back Russell Slade' (Wales Online): Tony Pulis admits he would have been interested in the Cardiff City manager’s job but insists he was never asked.
Port Vale on brink of signing striker (The Sentinel): Port Vale are in talks to sign a striker and could get their man in time for Saturday's home game with Leyton Orient.
John Still praise for his ‘professional’ Hatters (Luton Today): Hatters boss John Still praised his side’s work ethic during the 3-1 win over former club Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday night.
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