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Football League media talk

30 September 2014

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

Koby Arthur poised for Birmingham City action after 'breathtaking' training session (Birmingham Mail): Koby Arthur is being primed to add fresh impetus to Birmingham City.

Carlisle United trialists and fringe players to face Newcastle (News & Star): Keith Curle urged fringe players and trialists to seize their chance when his Carlisle United squad face Newcastle today.

Plymouth Argyle left-back Ben Purrington 'absolutely gutted' about broken wrist (The Herald): Ben Purrington will be out of action for ‘a good few weeks’ after suffering a broken wrist in Plymouth Argyle’s 1-0 defeat away to Accrington Stanley on Saturday.

Cobblers striker Toney happy with defenders’ rough stuff (Northampton Chronicle & Echo): Cobblers striker Ivan Toney insists he is happy to be on the receiving end of the physical attentions of defender - because it’s all part of the league two learning process.

Success is only option for Blades this time, insists chairman (Yorkshire Post): Sheffield United co-chairman Jim Phipps admits failure at Bramall Lane could cost him his job.

Bennett on a high at Albion (The Argus): Joe Bennett is loving the high life with Albion and respite from fans' flak at Aston Villa.

Neil Adams warns his table-topping Norwich City players to remain wary of complacency (Norwich Evening News 24): Tonight’s clash with Charlton Athletic has brought back some mixed memories for Norwich City manager Neil Adams – and his assistant Mark Robson.

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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