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Football League media talk

25 September 2014

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

Kenneth Omeruo: 'Fans kept going even when we were losing - it gave us a buzz' (The Gazette): Boro defender - who scored in his first ever penalty shoot-out - says Boro's support at Liverpool helped the side keep on fighting.

Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer pleased with squad strength as Tommy Spurr nears return (Lancashire Telegraph): The  impending battle for the Blackburn Rovers left-back spot between Markus Olsson and the returning Tommy Spurr is indicative of the strength in depth the club now has at its disposal.

Norwich City’s soft centre is a cause for concern (Norwich Evening News):
Neil Adams is determined to cut out the defensive charity that has cost Norwich City dearly this week.

Buchanan hopes to recover for PNE (Lancashire Evening): Preston North End were hoping to have David Buchanan back in training today ahead of the weekend visit to Coventry.

Bradford City won't risk skipper's long-term fitness (Telegraph and Argus): City will not press Stephen Darby straight back into service if they feel he is not right.

Yeovil Town injury woes to ease as former Nottingham Forest and Carlisle United men expected to return after Crawley Town trip (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town’s injury woes could lift next week with the anticipated return to action of three match day squad regulars.

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 as he sets his sights on becoming Micky Mellon’s No 1.

Former Accrington Stanley boss James Beattie eyes swift return to management (Lancashire Telegraph):
James Beattie wants to get back into management as soon as possible after leaving the Accrington Stanley hotseat.

Scott Harrison admits Hartlepool Utd is a steep learning curve (Hartlepool Mail): Scott Harrison admits he is experiencing a “steep” learning curve at Hartlepool United after the club dropped into the bottom two.

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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