Here are a selection of Friday 13th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Awford delight at Pompey reserve return (Portsmouth News): The Final Third Development League southern division will kick-off next season, offering 14 fixtures to each of its clubs.

Crawley Town chief exec: We've rejected Luton approach for Drury (Crawley News): Crawley Town chief executive Michael Dunford has confirmed Luton Town made an approach for Andy Drury, but insists the midfielder is going nowhere.

Wolves target Tottenham Hotspur playmaker (Birmingham Mail): Wolves boss Kenny Jackett is again thought to be eyeing a move for Tottenham's young playmaker Alex Pritchard.

Sami wants Leo to stay at Albion (The Argus): New Albion boss Sami Hyypia has revealed he wants to keep talismanic goalscorer Leo Ulloa at the club for at least another year.

Exclusive: Millwall pursuit of Gregory entering crucial stage (News at Den): Millwall's pursuit of Halifax Town hotshot Lee Gregory is entering a critical phase.

Blackburn Rovers wait on Goodwillie offers (Lancashire Telehraph): Blackburn Rovers have yet to receive an enquiry for the transfer listed David Goodwillie but remain keen to move the striker on.

Huddersfield Town in tussle with Glasgow Rangers over interest in Cardiff City midfielder Don Cowie (Huddersfield Examiner): Scottish international midfield player Don Cowie has emerged as a potential Huddersfield Town transfer target.

Scunthorpe United manager Russ Wilcox reveals what will be his most important signing of the summer (Scunthorpe Telegraph): The arrival of Port Vale winger Jennison Myrie-Williams this week means Scunthorpe United's close season recruitment has already begun.

Beavon deal looks unlikely (Bucks Free Press): Stuart Beavon is unlikely to be making a return to Wanderers after the club tried to take him back on loan.

Russ Penn backs Cheltenham Town summer signings Asa Hall and Lee Vaughan (Gloucestershire Echo): New signings Lee Vaughan and Asa Hall have been backed to have a big impact for Cheltenham Town this season by former skipper Russ Penn.

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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