Here are a selection of Wednesday 10th September's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Shane Duffy ready to fight for Blackburn Rovers place - four years after being left to fight for his life (Lancashire Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers new boy Shane Duffy admits he has a huge challenge on his hands to dislodge two of the three 'great' centre backs Gary Bowyer has at his disposal.
New Carlisle United stadium 'not at Kingmoor Park' (News & Star): Carlisle United's long-awaited new stadium will not be located at Kingmoor Park.
Hyypia happy to have game-changer option with LuaLua (The Argus): Albion boss Sami Hyypia is keeping an open mind about the role of Kazenga LuaLua as the explosive winger creeps towards a half-century of league starts for the club.
Saunders steps up recovery from knee injury (Get West London): Brentford have been handed a big boost after Sam Saunders returned to light training following a long injury lay-off.
David McGoldrick would love to play alongside Jonny Williams at Ipswich Town (Ipswich Star): At one stage it looked as though neither would wear the Ipswich Town shirt again. Now Blues supporters can dream of seeing David McGoldrick and Jonny Williams play alongside each other.
Alex Bray 'devastated' after serious knee injury ends his loan to Argyle (The Herald): Alex Bray admitted he was 'devastated' after receiving confirmation that he had ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Wilder wants Cobblers wide boys to keep providing the attacking ammunition (Northampton Chronicle & Echo): Chris Wilder is confident his wingers can maintain their supply lines to the strikers as the Cobblers go in search of a third successive league win this weekend.
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