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Football League media talk

13 October 2014

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

We can maintain momentum says Huddersfield Town defender Mark Hudson (The Huddersfield Examiner): Mark Hudson is confident Town can maintain their momentum after the international break.

Fit-again David Wheater and Liam Trotter back in contention for Bolton Wanderers (Bolton News): New manager Neil Lennon will get an early boost with the news that two key first team players are closing in on a return to fitness.

Derby County defender Zak Whitbread knows he has a fight on his hands (Burton Mail): Zak Whitbread knows he facing a tough battle to keep his place in the Derby County side.

Mark Yates asks fans to stick with Cheltenham Town (Western Daily Press): Stick with us was the defiant message from Chetlenham Town boss Mark Yates after his side's winless run stretched to eight games with defeat at Shrewsbury.

Scoring the winner was best moment of my career, says Bristol City's Wes Burns (Bristol Post): Wes Burns described scoring the winning goal against Chesterfield as the "best moment" of his career, as Bristol City continued their outstanding start to the season.

Nigel Clough warns League 1 rivals that Blades are going to batter someone (Sheffield Telegraph): Nigel Clough has insisted Sheffield United are poised to administer a hiding to one unlucky opponent after hailing the spirit and camaraderie within his team.

Wilson welcomes Reds’ rally as Parkinson is left bemused (Yorkshire Post): Wilson welcomes Reds’ rally as Parkinson is left bemused.

AFC Wimbledon boss reflects on ‘perfect game’ against Bury after MK Dons triumph (London 24): Manager Neal Ardley was full of praise for his AFC Wimbledon side who crowned his two years in charge with perhaps the best week of his fledgling managerial career.

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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