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17 September 2014

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

Sheffield Wednesday: Gray hails Owls goal hero Stevie May (The Star): Stuart Gray, the Sheffield Wednesday head coach, saluted Stevie May after the striker helped the Owls seal a 2-0 victory at Birmingham City.

County hoping to extend Joe Day loan (South Wales Argus): Newport County have opened talks with Peterborough United as they aim to keep loan star Joe Day at the club until the end of the year.

PNE boss tells players to take responsibility (Lancashire Evening Post): Simon Grayson labelled his Preston side as ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ as they threw away a three-goal lead against Chesterfield and had to settle for a draw.

Aitor Karanka: 'None of my loan players have been promised a start' (The Gazette): The Boro head coach says he's not under any pressure from the parent clubs of the signings who have joined Boro on a temporary basis

Port Vale: Norman Smurthwaite is still backing Micky Adams (Stoke Sentinel): Port Vale manager Micky Adams still has the support of Chairman Norman Smurthwaite.

Appleton admits it's sheer relief for Oxford United (Oxford Mail): Michael Appleton admitted a weight had been lifted off Oxford United’s shoulders as they avoided an unwanted club record by beating Accrington Stanley 3-1.

Huddersfield Town manager Chris Powell set for loan market raid to find James Vaughan deputy (The Huddersfield Examiner): The Terriers manager saw his side fire blanks against Wigan Athletic in a 0-0 stalemate on Tuesday night

Gregory pleased with Crawley Town clean-sheet at Doncaster Rovers (Crawley News): John Gregory praised Crawley Town's defence after they earned a goalless draw at Doncaster Rovers on Tuesday.

Bentley: We made changes for right reasons at Mansfield (The Visitor): Morecambe boss Jim Bentley has defended his decision to make changes in the defeat at Mansfield on Tuesday night.

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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