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Football League media talk

30 October 2014

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

Derby County: Welcome return for Simon Dawkins as forward adds balance (Derby Telegraph): McClaren has welcomed the return of Simon Dawkins and says the forward can add balance and goals to Derby County’s team.

Old boy Lee Johnson aims to 'topple the giant' of Bristol City (Western Daily Press): Lee Johnson says Oldham will be doing their utmost to "topple the giant" when they meet League 1 leaders Bristol City at Ashton Gate this weekend.

Former Jamaican international Deon Burton set to sign on loan for York City (York Evening Press): York City are set to sign former Jamaica international Deon Burton on loan from Scunthorpe United.

Clark agrees Blackpool deal (Blackpool Gazette): Lee Clark has agreed to become Blackpool’s new manager with an announcement expected today.

Busy fixtures list means exit door is shut at Crawley Town (Crawley News): John Gregory has no plans to allow any players to leave Crawley Town on loan this window.

Cobblers should fear no league two side, says Robertson (Northampton Chronicle): Gregor Robertson insists the Cobblers should not fear any team in Sky Bet League Two despite being on a four-game losing streak.

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett backs Gary Rowett to turn Blues around (Birmingham Mail): Kenny Jackett says Gary Rowett will give Birmingham City a lift as Wolverhampton Wanderers prepare to take on Blues at Molineux.

Scunthorpe United are getting better says Mark Robins as they prepare for Peterborough United test (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Robins is looking forward to seeing Scunthorpe United ‘click into gear’ as they continue their attempts to turn improving performances into three points.

Former Shaker Tom Kennedy hopes to deliver the perfect homecoming gift on his return to Bury (Bury Times): Tom Kennedy returns to Bury for the first time since his loan move from Rochdale.

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