Here are a selection of Tuesday 9th September's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Transfer news: Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray keen to utilise loan window (Sky Sports): Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray is still hopeful of adding new faces to his squad following the opening of the loan window.
Crewe Alexandra: Steve Davis to speak to Bournemouth about Stephane Zubar today (Stoke Sentinel): Crewe Alexandra will make a decision on whether to take Stephane Zubar on loan later today.
Waiting game for Southend United's Ben Coker who will discover extent of elbow injury on Wednesday (Echo): Southend United's Ben Coker will discover the extent of his elbow injury tomorrow.
Birmingham City: Blues failed in ambitious bid to sign Florent Malouda (Birmingham Mail): Lee Clark made bold attempt to sign former Chelsea star but move broke down after failing to reach agreement on personal terms.
Jordan Pickford sounds out his aim to make it with Sunderland via Valley Parade (Telegraph and Argus): Jordan Pickford hopes that one day he will be in with a shout of starring for Sunderland.
Tisdale has plenty to contemplate as Exeter City sink to foot of the table (Express & Echo): Paul Tisdale admitted he has plenty of things to contemplate after Exeter City sank to the foot of the League Two table with a 2-1 defeat to Mansfield Town on Saturday.
Barker can barely recognise new Dons (Milyon Keynes Citizen): Richie Barker says the MK Dons side he first encountered is unrecognisable compared to the one he's working with this season.
Neil Redfearn in contention for Leeds managerial vacancy after impressing as caretaker boss (Mirror): The former Barnsley favourite guided the Whites to victory against Bolton and could convince Massimo Cellino he is worth a shot.
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