Here are Thursday 8th May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Garcia tells Albion to play without fear (The Argus): Brighton and Hove Albion head coach Oscar Garcia has told his players to show no fear as they chase the Premier League dream.

Derby County's Simon Dawkins had play-off woe in the United States (Derby Telegraph): Simon Dawkins will be spurred on by the disappointment of his previous Play-Off experience when Derby County take on Brighton.

Cambridge United fans must 'trust' Richard Money (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire): Cambridge United chairman Dave Doggett has called on supporters to trust their "exceptional" manager Richard Money ahead of their Conference Premier Play-Off Final.

Cheltenham Town: Veteran striker Jamie Cureton released (Gloucestershire Echo): Veteran goalscorer Jamie Cureton has been released after one year at Cheltenham Town.

Torquay United's Kevin Nicholson: "I'll be back!" (Torquay Herald Express): Popular defender Kevin Nicholson, freed by Torquay United after seven years at Plainmoor, says he would like to return one day as coach or manager.

Darrell Clarke determined to put things right at Bristol Rovers next season (Bristol Post): Darrell Clarke believes he is the right man to lead Bristol Rovers' attempts to return to The Football League at the first time of asking.

Boro loan star Kenneth Omeruo in Nigeria provisional World Cup squad as agent slams Chelsea offer (Gazette Live): Middlesbrough loan star Kenneth Omeruo has moved closer to a dream trip to Brazil after being named in Nigeria's provisional World Cup squad.

David Prutton interested in making permanent move to Coventry City (Coventry Telegraph): Free agent David Prutton is hopeful that Coventry City will make him an offer this summer.

Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins says he has specific transfer targets in mind (The Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Mark Robins says he has specific transfer targets as he prepares for the close-season recruitment programme which he believes will produce a Huddersfield Town team capable of mounting a meaningful Championship challenge.

Zander Diamond: Signing for the Cobblers was an 'easy decision' to make (Northampton Chronicle & Echo): Zander Diamond said the decision to sign permanently for Northampton Town was an easy one to make and is confident the club can continue their strong late-season form next year.

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