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Football League media talk

2 October 2014

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

Kenny Jackett bemused by Wolves response (Express & Star): Frustrated Kenny Jackett today criticised Wolves for their poor response in last night’s 3-1 defeat to Huddersfield – as Lee Evans became their latest casualty.

Leyton Orient have not approached Yeovil Town about Gary Johnson (Western Gazette): Gary Johnson has dismissed speculation linking him to the Leyton Orient hot seat, stating that no club has approached Yeovil Town about his services.

Birmingham City won't get carried away after Millwall victory says Lee Clark (Birmingham Mail): Lee Clark is preparing his Birmingham City side for another tough game.

Stephen McLaughlin aims to ignite Nottingham Forest career on loan at Notts County (Nottingham Post): Stephen McLaughlin made a great start to his Notts career in Tuesday's 3-0 win at Crewe.

Coventry City midfielder Billy Daniels challenged to win place in first team (Coventry Telegraph): Sky Blues boss Steven Pressley says 20-year-old can force his way into competitive midfield.

Fans get chance to pick new Shrewsbury Town badge (Shropshire Star): Shrewsbury Town supporters now have their chance to shape the club's history by voting for a new team badge.

Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill impressed by the standard of football in League One (Western Daily Press): Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill believes that Sky Bet League 1 is wrongly under-rated by those who do not watch it regularly.

Striker Tom Pope says he's happy to be the club's battering ram (The Sentinel): Tom Pope says he's happy to be the focal point of the attack for the Valiants.

Pilgrims and Shrewsbury both hoping for a boost at Home Park (Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle will be hoping Reuben Reid returns to fire up the hosts on Saturday, opponents Shrewsbury Town will be hoping to end their barren run away from home.

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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