Here are a selection of Friday 29th August's stories from the media that cover The Football League:

Marcus Maddison sale can help Gateshead thrive - Gary Mills (BBC Newcastle): Gateshead manager Gary Mills says selling forward Marcus Maddison for a club-record fee will benefit his remaining squad.

Stoke City old boy Jermaine Pennant training with Ricardo Fuller at Millwall (The Sentinel): Former Stoke winger Jermaine Pennant is training with Potters legend Ricardo Fuller at Millwall as he prepares to re-launch his career.

Carlisle United boss urges team to show its true identity (Carlisle News and Star): Graham Kavanagh insists the "true identity" of his Carlisle United team has not yet been seen as he seeks the belated victory that will ease supporters' concerns.

Argyle manager John Sheridan ready to try new approach to team selection (Plymouth Herald): John Sheridan will chop and change his starting line-up depending on whether Plymouth Argyle are playing at home or away.

Cobblers boss Wilder wants Sinclair to maintain standards of hard work (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): Cobblers boss Chris Wilder will urge striker Emile Sinclair to maintain the standard of hard graft that he set himself in Tuesday night's Capital One Cup defeat at Bournemouth.

Brentford boss: It feels like we haven't signed anyone (Get West London): Brentford fans should be delighted with the signings the club has already made rather than wanting more.

Kenny Jackett set to name unchanged side for fifth game (Birmingham Mail): Tommy Rowe and George Saville are available - but Wolverhampton Wanderers should be unchanged for a fifth straight League encounter.

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