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Football League media talk

3 October 2014

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

Ton-up Jordan Rhodes says Hull City bid was never going to stop him from doing his job for Blackburn Rovers (Lancashire Telegraph): Jordan Rhodes says Hull City’s big-money bid to sign him before the summer transfer window slammed shut was never going to stop him from doing what he does best – scoring goals for Blackburn Rovers.

Clohessy enjoying leading the U's (Daily Gazette): He has led Colchester United with pride, over recent weeks.

Brentford man out to shoot down Reading again (Get West London): Judge bagged a double the first time he came up against the Royals five years ago.

Fulham striker Marcello Trotta in talks over possible loan move to League One Barnsley (Daily Mail): Forward has recently had loan spells with Brentford, Watford and Wycombe.

Wolves 'will be hurting' - Wigan man (Tamworth Herald): Wigan Athletic's Don Cowie says Wolves 'will be hurting' after losing their unbeaten home record in midweek.

Jordan Cook set for season bow (ESPN): Jordan Cook could make his first appearance of the season when Walsall host unbeaten leaders Bristol City.

John Still keen to renew local rivalry with Stevenage (Luton on Sunday): Luton boss John Still thinks that Saturday’s trip to Stevenage is a big local clash that will be contested more fiercely on and off the pitch than any of the big London or Merseyside Premier League derbies.

Carlisle Utd and Hartlepool in battle for Clinton Morrison (News & Star): Carlisle United and Hartlepool are going head-to-head for the signature of veteran striker Clinton Morrison ahead of tomorrow’s clash at the bottom of League 2.

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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