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Football League media talk

16 September 2014

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

Wolves waiting on Premier League targets (Express & Star): Boss Kenny Jackett today urged Wolves to go back to the future to solve their goals shortage – after hinting they are waiting on Premier League loan signings.

Town remind Reeves of promotion-winning Bees (Swindon Advertiser): Jake Reeves has compared this Swindon Town squad to the Brentford one he won promotion with last season.

Home Park holds no fears for Ainsworth (Bucks Free Press): Blues boss Gareth Ainsworth said the prospect of tonight's trip to Plymouth Argyle holds no fear for his side.

AFC Bournemouth: We need to concentrate on ourselves says Arter (Bournemouth Echo): Harry Arter insists Cherries must read nothing into Leeds’s troubled start to the campaign and focus their attentions on getting their own house in order on the pitch.

Sheffield United: Blades star embraces pressure (The Star): Teenage defender Harrison McGahey admits he is content to swap the pressure of a relegation scrap with Blackpool, for the expectation levels which will engulf Sheffield United this season.

Bury striker Ryan Lowe hopes landmark goal can fire him back into the starting line-up (Bury Times): Ryan Lowe hopes he has done enough to force his way back into the Bury starting line-up for tonight’s visit of Stevenage.

Huws injury may hand Forshaw debut (Wigan Today): Emyr Huws is rated only ‘50-50’ to make Wigan Athletic’s trip to Huddersfield tonight.

Steve Cotterill hails Bristol City's "Peter Pan" veterans (Bristol Post): Steve Cotterill has described Bristol City veterans Wade Elliott and Aaron Wilbraham as “Peter Pan” footballers.

Hollands: The goals will come (Portsmouth News): Danny Hollands is confident he can get back on the goal trail with Pompey.

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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