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Football League media talk

9 October 2014

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

Hunt is a positive influence - Redfearn (Yorkshire Evening Post): Neil Redfearn has praised the attitude of forgotten Leeds United striker Noel Hunt.

Yeovil manager Gary Johnson wants loan goalkeeper to stay on (Western Daily Press): Gary Johnson will speak to Blackburn Rovers next week in a bid to extend goalkeeper Jake Kean's stay at Huish Park.

Rob Edwards with selection dilemmas ahead of Tranmere Rovers' weekend clash with Plymouth (Liverpool Echo): Rob Edwards says he has one or two selection headaches ahead of Tranmere Rovers’ crunch clash with Plymouth Argyle this weekend.

Tony Mowbray in the frame to become the new manager of Bolton (Gazette Live): Tony Mowbray is in the frame to become the new manager of Bolton.

Southend United's chief executive Steve Kavanagh: There's been no approach for Phil Brown from Bolton Wanderers (Echo): Southend United have had no contact from Bolton Wanderers to speak to their manager Phil Brown.

Port Vale: Pope confident goals will continue to come after halting barren spell (The Sentinel): Tom Pope is confident the goals will keep coming after he ended his nine-game barren run with two headers in Port Vale's 3-2 Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat at Preston.

Derby County hopeful for Jordan Ibe recovery (Burton Mail): Derby County are hoping to have Jordon Ibe fit for their next match despite an injury scare.

Harris: Academy inspired by first-team opportunities (Portsmouth News): Mikey Harris has told Pompey’s Academy players: Take inspiration from what you are witnessing at this club.

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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