Here are a selection of Friday 5th September's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Watford: Oscar Garcia turned down 'big clubs' to manage Watford (BBC Three Counties Radio): New Watford boss Oscar Garcia said he turned down offers from "big clubs" across Europe to take over at Vicarage Road.
Newport County: Byron Anthony injuries concern Justin Edinburgh (BBC Sport): Justin Edinburgh admits he is not certain Newport County defender Byron Anthony will make a full recovery from his injury problems.
Peterborough United: Darragh delighted with his transfer window work (Peterborough Telegraph):Peterborough United are celebrating their most successful transfer window of recent times.
Carlisle United: Halifax boss Neil Aspin linked with Carlisle Utd Job (News & Star): Would-be managers will have a close eye on Carlisle United's fortunes tomorrow with Halifax boss Neil Aspin the latest name to emerge.
Stevenage: Former York City striker Chris Beardsley to take a back seat at Stevenage (York Evening Press): Former York City striker Chris Beardsley will not line up against his old club tomorrow.
Northampton Town: Murphy still missing for Daggers (ESPN): Striker Rhys Murphy will miss out once more when Dagenham welcome Northampton.
Southend United: Southend United manager Phil Brown focusing on stopping goals, not scoring them (The Echo): Southend United manager Phil Brown insists he is more concerned about his side stopping goals than scoring them.
Oxford: Selfless Raynes puts Oxford United first (Oxford Mail): Few players are happy to settle for a place on the bench, but if Michael Raynes is left out of Oxford United's starting line-up at Southend United tomorrow no-one will deal with it better.
Hartlepool United: Hartlepool Utd boss hopes to secure loan signings (Hartlepool Mail): Colin Cooper insists he is being "very active" in the pursuit of new players and is hopeful of securing loan signings next week.
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