Here are Thursday 13th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Torquay midfielder handed 10-game ban for biting (BBC South West Sport): Torquay United midfielder Joss Labadie has been banned for 10 games and fined £2,000 after the Football Association found him guilty of biting an opponent.

I'm the right man to turn the tables - Lewis (Oxford Mail): Mickey Lewis remains convinced that despite a lack of results he is the right person to be leading Oxford United as the season enters the final ten games.

Parkin calls for more goals from Exeter City team (Express & Echo): 'We need more goals,' admitted striker Sam Parkin after Exeter City slumped to another disappointing home loss on Tuesday night.

Leyton Orient boss Slade insists O's deserve opportunity to face Brentford in sold out Sky clash (East London and West Essex Guardian Series): Russell Slade insists Orient deserve their opportunity to take on Brentford in front of a sold-out Brisbane Road and believes the O's fans can play an "enormous" role in helping them overcome their closest promotion rivals.

Carlisle United boss insists loan signings can help dig Blues out of trouble (News & Star): Graham Kavanagh insists his latest signings can help dig the Blues out of trouble despite being thwarted in his search for experience.

Wolves join race to sign West Ham defender (Brentwood Gazette): A host of clubs are after West Ham United defender Jordan Spence, with League 1 leaders Wolves the latest to show interest.

Rosler coy on loan move to bring City misfit Rodwell to Wigan after Wednesday win (Daily Mail): Uwe Rosler refused to rule out signing midfielder Jack Rodwell on loan from his old club Manchester City after his side beat Sheffield Wednesday 1-0.

Signs are good that Stephen Darby will extend his Bradford City stay (Telegraph & Argus): Stephen Darby has offered a hint that he wants to stay with City.

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