A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Miller pleased Blackpool are looking up (Blackpool Gazette): Ishmael Miller believes Blackpool can climb away from danger after his man of the match display in their first win of the season against Cardiff.
Hartlepool Utd in no rush to replace Cooper (Hartlepool Mail): Hartlepool United chairman Ken Hodcroft says there won’t be a knee-jerk reaction to replacing Colin Cooper after his dramatic resignation.
We showed tremendous character at Walsall, says Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill (Bristol Post): City boss Steve Cotterill believes his players have the strength of character needed to maintain their excellent start to the League 1 season.
Dougie Freedman put the building blocks of recovery in place, says Bolton Wanderers defender Tim Ream (Bolton News): Tim Ream believes Wanderers’ new manager will benefit from the groundwork done by his predecessor Dougie Freedman.
Injury problems mount for Exeter City ahead of Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash (Express & Echo): Injury problems continue to mount for Exeter City ahead of tomorrow’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy trip to League One side Coventry City.
Derby County: Jeff Hendrick to step up fitness by linking up with the Irish (Derby Telegraph): Jeff Hendrick will join up with the Republic of Ireland squad today despite making only two appearances as a substitute for Derby County in the past five weeks.
Port Vale: Rob Page praises Chris Neal, despite defeat at Fleetwood (The Sentinel): Interim manager Rob Page says keeper Chris Neal is back to his best after the 28-year-old's performance in Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Fleetwood.
Shaun Derry aiming to keep Notts County's unbeaten run going (Nottingham Post): Life is pretty grand for Notts County and their manager Shaun Derry right now as their win over Gillingham stretched their unbeaten run to seven games and took them to eighth in the table.
Southend United's Kevan Hurst: We had the chances to beat Morecambe (Echo News): kevan Hurst felt Southend United had more than enough chances to take something from Saturday’s match with Morecambe.
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