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Football League media talk

8 October 2014

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

Kenny Jackett monitoring fitness of his international players (Birmingham Mail): Wolverhampton Wanderers boss says Mali international Nouha Dicko will be assessed while Lee Evans could face Millwall despite pulling out of Wales squad.

Hartlepool scorer sees the positives (Hartlepool Mail): Michael Duckworth insists there were a lot of positives to come out of the defeat to Sheffield United – including his first ever professional goal.

Steven Pressley says Coventry City win over Exeter proves club has 'very bright' future (Coventry Telegraph): Sky Blues boss in upbeat mood after seeing young side cruise into third round of Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

Garath McCleary targets Premier League return with Reading FC after signing new contract (Get Reading): Jamaica international put pen to paper on a three-year deal on Friday, ending months of speculation surrounding his future.

Third time's a charm as AFC Wimbledon topple the franchise in their own back yard (Kingston Guardian): Neal Ardley was an emotional man last night after watching his AFC Wimbledon heroes come from behind to beat MK Dons 3-2 in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

Sports psychologist set to help Crewe players (Crewe Chronicle): Brad Inman will be the first of a handful of Crewe Alex players to see a sports psychologist as Steve Davis attempts to address confidence issues within the camp.

Gary Rowett: Desire and hard work will help end Burton Albion's poor form (Burton Mail): Gary Rowett says desire and hard work will help Burton Albion come through a sticky patch they have found.

Bolton Wanderers captain Jay Spearing is calling for a united Whites front (The Bolton News): Jay Spearing has made a call for unity as Wanderers search for a new manager over the international break.

Cheltenham plot an upset against City (Western Daily Press): Abrasive midfielder Jason Taylor is set to return after being banned for the last three.

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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