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Football News Roundup – September 10, 2013

  • Pressley hails Wilson form
    Coventry boss Steven Pressley has heaped praise on top-scorer Callum Wilson after he finally overcame his dreadful run of form.
  • Vote of confidence for Kiwomya
    Jim Rodwell admits he is alarmed by Notts County being bottom of League One - but insists manager Chris Kiwomya's job is safe.
  • Okore ready to prove worth
    Aston Villa new boy Jores Okore insists he is ready to prove his worth after returning to full fitness.
  • No Cox injury, insist Forest
    Nottingham Forest have denied reports that Simon Cox suffered an injury playing for the Republic of Ireland last week.
  • County eyeing new signings
    Notts County will be looking to add to their squad when the loan window opens, according to chief executive Jim Rodwell.
  • Baker hails City change
    Coventry captain Carl Baker believes his side's strong start to the season is down to a change in culture at the club.
  • Reid revelling in Wolves switch
    Bradley Reid cannot wait to get started at Wolves following his move from non-league outfit Wrexham.
  • Blackpool take Hunt on trial
    Blackpool have taken former Wolves midfielder Stephen Hunt on trial as they weigh up a move for the free agent.
  • Griffiths aims for six points
    Scotland striker Leigh Griffiths has targeted maximum points from their final two Group A World Cup qualifying matches.
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