Here are a selection of Wednesday 27th August's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Jordan Rhodes latest: Hull City say deal for Blackburn striker is 'dead and buried' (Independent): Hull boss Steve Bruce has said a potential deal to sign Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes is "dead and buried".

Ross McCormack: First Fulham win will boost young side (BBC London 94.9): Fulham striker Ross McCormack hopes the Capital One Cup win over Brentford will kick-start their season after four consecutive Championship defeats.

From the Dickens Inn to scoring at The Riverside: Ex-barman Jordan Hugill makes up for lost time (Gazette Live): The 22-year-old realised a dream when he scored at the Riverside on Tuesday having grown up as a Boro season ticket holder.

I don't get many with my chest - Grigg (Milton Keynes Citizen): It was an unorthodox finish to say the least, but Will Grigg won't have cared much about how his second goal against Manchester United went in.

Latics chiefs back manager over signings (Oldham Chronicle): Athletic director Barry Owen has assured fans the club's hierarchy will back the manager over new signings.

Pompey boss revelling old boys' reunion (Portsmouth News): Andy Awford has already sounded out Asmir Begovic for his shirt. Gone are the days when it was he who handed one out to the keeper.

Burton Albion striker Adam McGurk guns for QPR after frustrating start to the season (Burton Mail): Adam McGurk is hoping to get over a frustrating start to the season and fire Burton Albion to victory over Queen's Park Rangers.

Lewis: People didn't want to be here last season (Bucks Free Press): Stuart Lewis said Wanderers struggled last season because several squad members didn't want to be at the club.

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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