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24 September 2014

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

Derby County head coach Steve McClaren thrilled as Rams progress in Capital One Cup (Derby Telegraph): Derby County head coach Steve McClaren was delighted after the Rams marched on in the Capital One Cup last night.

Huddersfield Town man Sean Scannell eager to show his worth against Millwall (Huddersfield Examiner):
The former Crystal Palace speed merchant was a target of Saturday's visitors during the transfer window.

Jez Moxey: Wolves want to emulate Everton (Express & Star): Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey today outlined the club's long-term vision to emulate Everton.

Crewe set to sign Swansea's Tate (BBC Radio Stoke): Crewe Alexandra are closing in on signing experienced Swansea defender Alan Tate on loan, reports BBC Radio Stoke.
 
If you take the Cup seriously, you never know says Barker (Milton Keynes Citizen): Richie Barker admits Dons probably aren’t going to win the Capital One Cup, but admits stranger things have happened.
 
Notts County’s Alan Smith will be refreshed and ready to go again, says boss Shaun Derry (Nottingham Post): Alan Smith will be refreshed and ready to go for Notts County at Chesterfield, says boss Shaun Derry.
 
Accrington sign goalkeeper Chapman (BBC Sport): Accrington Stanley have signed Chesterfield goalkeeper Aaron Chapman on a two-month loan. deal.

Micky Mellon made up for Shrewsbury fans (Shropshire Star): Shrewsbury Town manager Micky Mellon was delighted to see fans smiling after reaching the last 16 of the Capital One Cup with a win over Norwich.
 
Paul Tisdale says Exeter City have deal in place to extend loan stay for Alex Nicholls from Northampton Town (Express & Echo): Paul Tisdale says Exeter City have a deal in place to extend the loan deal of striker Alex Nicholls from Northampton Town.
 
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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