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22 September 2014

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

Bolton Wanderers Dean Moxey backs on loan Owen Garvan to bounce back from penalty miss at Wolves (The Bolton News): Dean Moxey doesn’t believe that Owen Garvan will dwell on the disappointment of his missed penalty at Molineux.

Parkinson believes U's have bright future (Gazette News): Phil Parkinson believes his former club Colchester United have a bright future after his Bradford City side played out a 0-0 draw at the Weston Homes.

Rob Edwards backs Tranmere Rovers players to lift themselves out of faltering start (Liverpool Echo): Rovers' struggles continued at the weekend with a 2-1 home defeat to Exeter City.

Westwood simply the best, says May (The Star): Goal hero Stevie May hailed Sheffield Wednesday teammate Keiren Westwood after their victory over Reading, claiming he is the best goalkeeper he has worked with in his fledgling career.

Gregory wants to add a striker after drawing a blank at Preston (Crawley Observer): John Gregory will look to bolster his attacking options after Crawley Town drew a blank at Preston yesterday.

Relieved Southend United winger Kevan Hurst says big thanks after scoring first goal of the season in win at York City (Echo News): Kevan Hurst bagged his first goal of the season in Southend United's 3-2 win at York City and then thanked the club's fans and manager for sticking by him during a dip in form.

The team is clicking into place – Antenucci (The Yorkshire Evening Post): Mirco Antenucci said Leeds United’s newly-built team was clicking into place after a clinical defeat of Huddersfield Town moved the club into the top half of the Championship table.

Latics step up striker search (The Oldham Chronicle): Athletic's hunt for a striker continues following Saturday’s frustrating goalless draw at Notts County.

Richard Money praises ‘terrific’ Cambridge United after Luton Town defeat (Cambridge News): Richard Money felt Cambridge United had rivals Luton Town at full stretch before a red card cost them dear in Saturday's Sky Bet League Two defeat.

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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