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Football League media talk 04/09/2014

4 September 2014

Here are a selection of Thursday 4th September's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Leeds United: Massimo Cellino to keep faith with Redfearn for now (BBC Radio Leeds): Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has indicated Neil Redfearn is a genuine contender for the head coach's role at Elland Road.

Oxford United skipper not concerned with form yet (Oxford Mail): Jake Wright says Oxford United's lack of form is not a source of worry - yet.

Cardiff City player-coach Danny Gabbidon caps remarkable week with Wales call-up (Wales Online): The 35-year-old has been drafted in to replace the injured Samuel Ricketts after re-joining the Bluebirds on a one-year deal on Monday.

Rotherham United: Millers will move again for club-record target (The Star): Rotherham United are ready to bide their time and then go back for the transfer target that just got away.

Port Vale: Assistant Rob Page says places are up for grabs after three successive defeats (The Sentinel): Port Vale assistant boss Rob Page says places are up for grabs at Peterborough on Saturday as the management look to reverse a run of three defeats.

Cambridge United captain Tom Champion out with fractured cheekbone (Cambridge News): Tom Champion is expected to be out of action for up to eight weeks after it was confirmed he had broken his cheekbone in Cambridge United's 2-0 defeat at Crawley on Tuesday.

AFC Bournemouth: Boss Howe hints at possibility of further additions (Bournemouth Echo): Manager Eddie Howe has hinted at the possibility of further strengthening his squad in a bid to fortify Cherries for the first-half of the season.

Hundreds of Coventry City fans join queues to get hold of tickets for Ricoh Arena homecoming match (Coventry Telegraph): It was all hands to the pumps as hundreds of Sky Blues fans flocked to the CCFC Superstore today in a desperate bid to get their hands on tickets for the club's return to the Ricoh Arena tomorrow.

Liam Sercombe: Joy of being a first-time father helps ease pain of Sixfields loss (Express & Echo): Last week was one I'll never forget. Disappointing as it was not to take anything from Saturday's game against Northampton Town, the loss of a football match all but paled into insignificance next to the arrival of our first child.

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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