Here are a selection of Monday 11th August's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Accrington Stanley: Luke Simpson disappointed by Southend defeat (BBC Radio Lancashire): Accrington's Luke Simpson says the joy of saving a penalty on his Football League debut was outweighed by the disappointment of losing to Southend.

Debutant Deane Smalley reflects on frustrating start to his Plymouth Argyle career (Plymouth Herald): Deane Smalley has admitted it has been a frustrating start to his career at Plymouth Argyle.

Kyle is living the dream (Peterborough Today): Peterborough United's latest match-winner admits he has to keep pinching himself to confirm he really is living the dream.

Happy returns (Oldham Evening Chronicle): Jonathan Forte admitted huge relief in banishing what had turned into his South coast hell.

Derby Cup game can be TV showcase for Carlisle United players - Graham Kavanagh (News and Star): Graham Kavanagh is urging his Carlisle United players to showcase their talents in front of the live TV cameras tonight to get over their false start in the league.

Andrew Glover: Kike's debut underlined how desperate Boro are for more firepower (Gazette Live): In a strange kind of way, Kike's Boro debut on Saturday was so good it was frightening.

Chris Wood: Wolves open talks with Leicester City over striker (BBC Sport): Wolves have opened talks with Leicester City about signing striker Chris Wood.

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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