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Football League media talk

27 October 2014

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

Danny Shittu: I psyched Cardiff City players out in tunnel before 1-0 win (Wales Online): The big Millwall defender claims a pre-match routine affected Cardiff City's players mentally before the loss.

Brad Inman given the 'all clear' after head clash (The Sentinel): Brad Inman has been given the all clear after being taken to hospital after leaving the field on Saturday.

Southend United's Lee Barnard: We will turn things around (The Echo): Lee Barnard is adamant Southend United will soon get their season back on track.

Gary Rowett set to be named as the Birmingham City's new manager (Birmingham Mail): Birmingham City are on the verge of naming Gary Rowett as new manager.

Former Leyton Orient chief executive Matt Porter calls for stability after Mauro Milanese appointment (Epping Forest Guardian): Former Leyton Orient chief executive Matt Porter insists the club desperately need stability and have to give new manager Mauro Milanese time to succeed.

Dagenham & Redbridge: Scott Doe gutted not to beat Wycombe (London24): Dagenham & Redbridge defender Scott Doe admitted they would have taken a point before the game against Wycombe Wanderers but were ultimately left disappointed after conceding seven minutes from time at Adams Park.

AFC Bournemouth captain Tommy Elphick: Clean sheet gave me most satisfaction (Bournemouth Echo): Tommy Elphick revealed Cherries’ clean sheet in their rout of Birmingham City had given him more satisfaction than their eight goals.

McArdle dismissal gives Bradford City defensive headache (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Phil Parkinson has five days to solve City's central-defensive predicament after their costly loss at Oldham.

Sam Collins happy to be back in Hartlepool United strip (Hartlepool Mail): Sam Collins made an instant return to the field after his short stint in the Hartlepool United hotseat.

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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