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15 September 2014

A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League

Bruno Manga will come in to shore up Cardiff defence - admits Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Wales Online): As he bids to steady his ship for the visit of Middlesbrough, Bluebirds boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted his £3m man will take his place in the defence.

Groves: We rode our luck but it was a good reaction (Crawley Observer): Crawley Town assistant manager Paul Groves hailed a good reaction but admitted Reds rode their luck in their 1-0 victory over Fleetwood this afternoon.

Brian Howard signs for Oxford United (Oxford Mail): Brian Howard has signed a short-term contract with Oxford United after a successful trial.

Cellino rules out Redfearn for head coach job (Yorkshire Post): Massimo Cellino last night ruled out the possibility of naming Neil Redfearn as Leeds United’s next head coach, saying he would do “too much damage” by removing Redfearn from the club’s academy.

Charles hails ‘brilliant’ Peterborough loanee Conlon (The Comet): Darius Charles describes teenager’s performance as ‘phenomenal’ in his debut for Stevenage on Saturday.

Derby County head coach Steve McClaren hails Rams' fighting spirit after draw at Nottingham Forest (Derby Telegraph): Steve McClaren was delighted with the fighting spirit displayed by his Derby County players in taking a point against unbeaten leaders Nottingham Forest.

Robbo’s joy at five-star Dons (Milton Keynes Citizen): Karl Robinson wasn’t too concerned with three late Barnsley goals after he watched his side run riot in the 5-3 win at Oakwell on Saturday.

Boss Wilder says Newport defeat is a ‘warning’ for his Cobblers team (Northampton Chronicle): Chris Wilder feels Saturday’s defeat to Newport County will serve as a warning to his Cobblers squad that they still have a lot of work and improvement to do this season.

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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