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Football League media talk 01/09/2014

1 September 2014

Here are a selection of Monday 1st September's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Beppe Sannino leaves Watford with fourth-best win percentage record of club's post-war managers (Watford Observer): Beppe Sannino has left the Vicarage Road hot seat with the fourth-best league win percentage of any permanent, post-war Watford manager, following his eight-and-a-half months as head coach.

Joe Dunne leaves role as Colchester United manager (Daily Gazette): Joe Dunne has left his role at Colchester United by mutual consent.

Carlisle United boss Graham Kavanagh sacked (News and Star): The manager has paid the price for the Blues' poor start to the season - with the 5-0 thrashing at Cambridge the last straw.

Hyypia's words of advice for Albion goal hero Dunk (The Argus): Albion boss Sami Hyypia has vowed to keep Lewis Dunk in check so that the young centre-half fulfills his sky-high potential.

Reuben Reid can get 30 goals for Argyle this season, suggests Anthony O'Connor (Plymouth Herald): Anthony O'Connor reckons in-form striker Reuben Reid could grab up to 30 goals for Plymouth Argyle this season.

Brentford boss has no idea where Wigan target is (Get West London): Mark Warburton admits he does not know Adam Forshaw's whereabouts - a whole week after last seeing him.

Arsenal centre back Ignasi Miquel set for Norwich City medical; Southampton poised to launch £9m bid for Nathan Redmond (Norwich Evening News 24): Norwich City may be close to completing their central defensive search with Arsenal's Spanish youth international Ignasi Miquel poised to undergo a medical ahead of a proposed Carrow Road move.

Burton Albion sign striker from Preston North End on permanent deal (Derby Telegraph): Burton Albion have signed striker Stuart Beavon on a three-year deal after his contract with Preston North End was terminated.

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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