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Football League media talk

26 September 2014

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

Burton Albion defender Phil Edwards calls for hard work to end glut of soft goals (Burton Mail): Phil Edwards says Burton Albion need to cut out the individual errors to return to their parsimonious ways.

Uwe: Play like it’s life or death (Wigan Today): Uwe Rosler has challenged every single one of his players to ‘stand up and be counted’ as Wigan Athletic look to return to winning ways at Bournemouth tomorrow.

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Returning ex-Royals have point to prove (Birmingham Mail): The Madejski Stadium may feel like a home fm home to James Henry and Scott Golbourne but don’t expect the in-form pair to pop their feet on the coffee table and watch TV.

"We must be more ruthless" declares Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill (Bristol Post): Manager Steve Cotterill is calling on his Bristol City players to take a greater percentage of chances against MK Dons tomorrow.

Peterborough United loanee Shaun Brisley expected to make debut as Iron attempt to keep things solid (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Shaun Brisley trained with Scunthorpe United on Thursday and should make his debut in the game at Oldham Athletic.

Rotherham United manager sees similarities between himself and Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy (East Anglian Daily Times): Rotherham United boss Steve Evans said he used to be afraid to talk to his counterpart at Ipswich Town tomorrow, Mick McCarthy.

‘We fear no-one,’ states Spireites star Ollie Banks: (Derbyshire Times): Ollie Banks has declared Chesterfield fear no-one following an encouraging start to life in League One.

Cureton seeking home improvement from Daggers (London 24): Daggers forward Jamie Cureton believes the club must use the point they picked up at Cheltenham last weekend to start another unbeaten run.

Chris Wilder won't drop players for one poor performance as he prepares for Morecambe trip (Northants Herald & Post): Northampton Town will look to bounce back from their first home defeat of the season tomorrow as they make the trip to the north-west to face Morecambe.

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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