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Football League media talk

31 October 2014

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

I can keep Blackpool up - Clark (BBC Sport): New manager Lee Clark says he is ready for the challenge of keeping Blackpool in the Championship.

Leyton Orient boss Milanese: We need to more nasty than nice (London 24): Leyton Orient manager Mauro Milanese insists his side need to be ‘more nasty than nice’ if they are to get out of the troubles they find themselves in.

'Boomerang' Steve Jennings delighted to be back at Tranmere Rovers (Liverpool Echo): Steve Jennings has dubbed himself ‘The Boomerang’ because “I keep on coming back to Tranmere.”

International call-ups still benefiting Blackburn Rovers keeper Jason Steele (Lancashire Telegraph): Jason Steele would encourage youngsters to play tournament football.

Steve Davis not afraid to keep searching for edge (Crewe Chronicle): Alex manager will not shy away from changing his team if he sees fit.

Southend snap up West Ham starlet on loan (TalkSport): West Ham striker Elliot Lee has joined Southend United on loan until the end of January.

Eddie Howe: Successful spell does little to change selection headache (Bournemouth Echo): Eddie Howe insists his current selection headache is no bigger than any other week as Cherries prepare to host south coast rivals Brighton.

Frustration and ambition force AFC Wimbledon midfielder's move to Grimsby Town (Your Local Guardian): Harry Pell has joined Grimsby Town on loan to prove his worth to AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley.
Brentford dealt Alan McCormack injury blow (Get West London): Irishman facing three months out after suffering ankle ligament damage at Bolton.

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