Here are a selection of Thursday 21st August's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Live: Coventry City FC to return to the Ricoh Arena (Coventry Telegraph): Updates, comment and reaction to the news that the Sky Blues are returning to the city to play their home games.

Johnson confident ahead of Preston trip (Manchester Evening News): Oldham Athletic manager Lee Johnson is confident his side can get a result at Preston this weekend.

Torquay United benefit from Billy Kee's move to Scunthorpe United (BBC Sport): Torquay United manager Chris Hargreaves says the club has earned 'tens of thousands' of pounds from Billy Kee's transfer from Burton to Scunthorpe.

Warning to the Championship, Nottingham Forest front two will only get better (Nottingham Post): Nottingham Forest's in-form front line is only going to get more prolific, warns Reds coach Brian Eastick.

Joe Garner: Preston manager's joy as striker signs new contract (BBC Radio Lancashire): Preston boss Simon Grayson says his side were "never going to sell" last season's top scorer Joe Garner.

Mansfield Town boss Paul Cox can't sign any more new players, as Amari'i Bell returns to Birmingham (Nottingham Post): Mansfield Town boss Paul Cox has been told he won't be able to bring in any more new faces in the immediate future - despite the return of Amari'i Bell to Birmingham City.

Bid accepted for full-back linked with Albion (The Argus): Irish club Cork City have accepted an offer from an un-named club for full-back Brian Lenihan.

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