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Football League media talk

18 September 2014

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

Johnson: ‘I left Posh in good shape' (Peterborough Telegraph): Yeovil manager Gary Johnson insists his conscience is clear from his brief spell in charge of Posh.

Neil Adams reveals the secret of Norwich City’s success (Norwich Evening News): Norwich City boss Neil Adams insists there is no magic formula behind the Canaries’ impressive Championship start.

Keith Curle in pole position to become Carlisle Utd boss (News & Star): Keith Curle has moved into pole position to become Carlisle United’s new manager as the Blues narrow down their search for a new boss.

Pool wait on midfielder news (Blackpool Gazette): Blackpool are sweating on the availability of two midfielders for Saturday’s trip to Brighton.

John Sheridan takes 'full responsibility' after Argyle beaten by Wycombe (Plymouth Herald): Manager John Sheridan has taken the blame for Plymouth Argyle’s first Home Park defeat of the League Two campaign.

Gary McSheffrey backs his ex-gaffer Steven Pressley to put Coventry City in promotion frame (Coventry Telegraph): Cov Kid set up the first Iron goal in their 2-1 victory at Glanford Park

Leutwiler keen to take a chance (Shrewsbury Chronicle): New Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper Jayson Leutwiler admits he’s excited at the prospect of stepping out at the Greenhous Meadow for the first time.

Birmingham City: Imperative for us to keep young stars like Demarai Gray, says Lee Clark (Birmingham Mail): Boss glad Blues did not lose Demarai Gray despite deadline day interest and believes it is vital they do not cash in on their young talent.

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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