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Football League media talk 03/09/2014

3 September 2014

Here are a selection of Wednesday 3rd September's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Huddersfield Town seem ready to unveil new manager today after chairman Dean Hoyle and board complete second interviews process (Huddersfield Examiner): Sources close to Huddersfield Town are strongly suggesting a new manager is ready to be appointed today.

Derby County chief confident skipper Richard Keogh will sign new deal with Rams (Derby Telegraph): Chief executive Sam Rush is confident Derby County skipper Richard Keogh will commit his long-term future to the club.

Ipswich Town eyeing loan move for Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams and getting closer to offering free agent Jack Collison a deal (Ipswich Star): Former loan favourite Jonny Williams could be set for a second temporary spell at Ipswich Town, while a deal for free agent Jack Collison could be completed next week.

Yeovil Town running out of patience with 'little boys' following Portsmouth Johnstone's Paint Trophy exit (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town's management are fast running out of patience with the "little boys" in their squad that they believe are squandering first team opportunities.

Sheffield United: Leading target is still in The Blades' sights (Sheffield Star): Mal Brannigan has revealed Sheffield United remain on course to capture one of their leading transfer targets despite failing to force through a move before Monday's deadline for permanent signings, writes James Shield.

Tom Bradshaw: Walsall's players are hurting (Express & Star): Striker Tom Bradshaw insists win-less Walsall's players are "hurting" and determined to right the wrongs of their disappointing start to the League One season.

Plymouth Argyle is the 'perfect place' for on-loan Swansea City winger Alex Bray (Plymouth Herald): Alex Bray views Plymouth Argyle as the 'perfect place' to take the next step in his fledgling football career.

Premier League stars in running for Carlisle United manager's job (News & Star): Premier League stars, former Carlisle managers and ex-Blues players are among the early contenders to replace Graham Kavanagh at Brunton Park.

Stags boss Cox defends record and plans squad additions (Mansfield Chad): Mansfield Town boss Paul Cox defended his managerial record against a section of boos boys wanting him out and then confirmed he would be adding a couple of players to his squad next week.

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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