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UNDAY TELEGRAPH: Tiger Woods' attempt to win a fifth Masters title continued last night after the world number one survived

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    UNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Tiger Woods' attempt to win a fifth Masters title continued last night after the world number one survived the threat of disqualification for taking an incorrect drop during his second round on Friday. Also: Wigan's FA Cup semi-final victory was overshadowed by the worst crowd disorder seen inside the new Wembley Stadium after Millwall fans became involved in serious fighting with police and each other.


    :MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Tiger Woods. the world's number one golfer, controversially escaped being disqualified from the Masters yesterday. Also: Wigan secured their first FA Cup final berth last night, goals from Shaun Maloney and Callum McManaman sealing the semi-final tie against a hard-working but ultimately outclassed Millwall side.


    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Gareth Bale will quit Tottenham Hotspur this summer - if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League. Also: Tiger Woods' bid for a fifth Masters title remained alive in controversial circumstances yesterday after he escaped disqualification for taking an incorrect drop during his second round.


    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Vicious Millwall fans shamed football by turning Wembley into a bloodbath. Also: Tony Pulis faces the sack at Stoke - if they get tonked by Manchester United today.


    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Man City will offer Sergio Aguero a massive five-year £44million deal this the summer to keep him away from Real Madrid. Also: Millwall thugs fought battles with each other in disgraceful scenes at Wembley yesterday.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    What rules controversy? Tiger Woods goes into the final day of the Masters just four shots off the lead when he might have been taking the kids to the park as a disqualified golfer. Also: A day of history for Wigan Athletic, who will play in the FA Cup final next month and quite possibly in the Europa League next season, was marred by the first serious outbreak of hooliganism at the new Wembley, as Millwall supporters were involved in a long period of fighting at one end of the ground and 10 fans were arrested.


    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Nick Faldo claimed Tiger Woods should have pulled out of the -US Masters last night after being found guilty of breaking the rules. Also: Paolo Di Canio and Alan Pardew have both appealed for calm ahead of today's tinderbox Tyne-Wear derby clash.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    If Brandt Snedeker is to fall short at the culmination of the 77th Masters, it will not be down to a lack of determination. Snedeker and Angel Cabrera, a former champion, head the Augusta leaderboard at seven under par after the third round. Also: Millwall have said they will issue life bans to the supporters whose "deplorable" violence overshadowed Wigan's FA Cup semi-final win and left its stain as the worst crowd disorder seen inside the new Wembley.



    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    Fighting among Millwall fans disrupted yesterday's FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic. Also: Tiger Woods split the world of golf and utterly overshadowed The Masters at Augusta after breaking the rules in his second round.


    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Real Madrid are plotting a £50million raid on Spurs for Gareth Bale and Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Millwall fans shamed their club as the new Wembley Stadium witnessed its worst outbreaks of violence.


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    THE TIMES:
    David Luiz has called on Sergio Aguero to apologise for the two-footed challenge that left him with stud marks on his back towards the end of Manchester City's 2-1 FA Cup semi-final victory over Chelsea at Wembley yesterday. Also: London Welsh bowed to the inevitable yesterday when they were relegated from the Aviva Premiership after one ill-starred season in which fate, rugby politics and a lack of finance have conspired against them.


    THE SUN:
    Soccer thugs wreaked terror in Newcastle yesterday as they fought running battles with police - who made 27 arrests as three cops were injured. Also: Paolo Di Canio dedicated the stunning derby win over Newcastle to his late mother... Sergio Aguero faces an anxious wait to see if he will be banned over his two-footed stamp on David Luiz.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Chelsea's David Luiz last night demanded an apology from Manchester City's Sergio Aguero after the Argentine escaped punishment for a two-footed stamp in which he ran his studs down the back of the Brazilian's legs. Also: Millwall's manager, Kenny Jackett, has admitted that he does not know whether they will ever be able to stop the lunatic fringe who besmirched the club's name again during the FA Cup semi-final defeat by Wigan on Saturday.


    DAILY MAIL:

    Newcastle United fans went on the rampage in the city centre yesterday following Sunderland's shock 3-0 win at St James' Park. Also: As Lewis Hamilton continues to make fools of those who questioned his move to Mercedes, McLaren's decision to replace their departing champion with Sergio 'Checo' Perez is raising even more questions.


    DAILY STAR:
    Millwall skipper Danny Shittu claims the thugs who fought amongst themselves at Wembley have shamed the club and set the Lions back 20 years. Also: Frank Lampard has postponed his wedding next month after LA Galaxy stepped up their efforts to land him.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Paolo Di Canio believes Sunderland were guided to a stunning derby victory by the spirit of his dearly missed mama. Also: Police are to review the 5.15pm start time of the FA Cup semi-finals after Millwall thugs shamed football on Saturday... Sam Allardyce is ready to swoop for Blackburn goal machine Jordan Rhodes - if he gets big money from West Ham's owners.


    THE GUARDIAN:

    David Luiz has called on Sergio Aguero to apologise for the two-footed challenge that marred the Argentinian's match-winning performance, as Manchester City beat Chelsea 2-1 to reach next month's FA Cup final with Wigan Athletic. Also: Tony Pulis has admitted that Stoke City's fight to stay in the Premier League has turned into "a five-game season", after defeat at home to Manchester United stretched their dismal run to only one win in 14 matches and deepened relegation fears.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    There were shameful echoes of English football's hooligan past as Newcastle United fans fought with police following their 3-0 defeat by local rivals Sunderland yesterday just 24 hours after Millwall supporters soured their FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic. Also: Christian Horner responded furiously last night to suggestions that Red Bull were engaged in a conspiracy against Mark Webber, describing them as "complete rubbish".


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sergio Aguero fired Manchester City into their second FA Cup final in three years - but was left sweating over on whether he faces a ban for a blatant stamp on David Luiz. Also: Millwall captain Danny Shittu yesterday pleaded with supporters to stop wrecking the club's image.

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    THE SUN:
    French giants Paris St Germain are convinced they will land Wayne Rooney in a £25million summer swoop. Also: Chris Hoy will retire from cycling this week; Sergio Aguero can go from villain to hero for Chelsea on Sunday.


    DAILY MAIL:
    London Marathon organisers last night vowed to make sure the capital's biggest street event will go ahead as planned this Sunday. Also: Newcastle United have vowed to hand out lifetime bans to those 'deplorable' fans involved in the violence after Sunday's North-East derby.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney will join Paris St Germain this summer. Also: Sergio Aguero was last night given an amazing let-off for his vicious Wembley stamp - but it could help force a change in the rules; West Ham are set to scrap a deal to sign Andy Carroll because they cannot afford him under new financial fair play rules.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Wayne Rooney is heading to Paris St Germain this summer, according to sources in France. Also: Newcastle have said they will issue life bans to supporters who caused the "embarrassing and appalling" violent scenes that erupted after the derby defeat by Sunderland as police also warned those involved can "expect a knock on their door".

    DAILY STAR:
    Joe Hart is devastated after discovering he won't play in the FA Cup Final. Also: Sergio Aguero has escaped a ban for his two-footed lunge on Chelsea star David Luiz.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The Government and police warned that football-related violence must not be allowed to spread as the fall-out from the "deplorable" scenes that marred two of the biggest matches in the country continued last night Also: Wayne Rooney is determined to resist opportunities to leave Manchester United this summer and begin negotiations over a long-term contract to keep him at Old Trafford until his early thirties.


    THE TIMES:
    Bernie Ecclestone appealed for calm last night after a car bomb exploded in Bahrain and extreme activists in the kingdom warned that Formula One would be the target for violent protest. Also: Perhaps the most fitting tribute to Sir Chris Hoy was paid by Laura Trott in the moments after the Scot had won his sixth Olympic gold medal last summer, surpassing the British record held by Sir Steve Redgrave.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    The most successful Olympic cyclist of all time and Britain's most crowned Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy, is set to announce his retirement on Thursday at the age of 37 in his native Edinburgh, eight months after winning the keirin gold medal at the London Olympics, a performance that looks set to be his final moment at the highest level. Also: The sports minister has called on football authorities and the police to "throw the book" at those involved in "disappointing" and "depressing" outbreaks of football-related violence at Wembley and on the streets of Newcastle last weekend in an attempt to ensure incidents do not snowball.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Jack Wilshere said yesterday that Arsenal can win their six remaining Premier League games, starting with tonight's match against sixth-placed Everton, which will have a significant bearing on who claims the two remaining Champions League places still realistically up for grabs. Also: Rafael Nadal and his descendants will have to reign here for another 708 years to match Prince Albert II and his ancestors, but in one respect the Spaniard can already outdo the family which has ruled Monaco since 1927.

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    THE SUN:
    Jack Wilshere was involved in a bitter half-time tunnel bust-up with Everton's Kevin Mirallas. Also: Cardiff were in dreamland last night as they returned to the top flight after a 51-year absence.


    DAILY MAIL
    : Arsenal and Everton were involved in a half-time tunnel brawl last night after Kevin Mirallas squirted water in Jack Wilshere's face. Also: Cardiff returned to the top flight for the first time in 51 years last night, sparking scenes of wild jubilation in South Wales.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Jack Wilshere was involved in an angry tunnel fracas as Arsenal's top four shoot-out with Everton erupted. Also: Spurs are making plans to replace Gareth Bale and have targeted £10 million Porto winger Christian Atsu and Hamburg's Heung-Min Son.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Cardiff City are now a Premier League side after clinching promotion last night - returning to the top flight for the first time in 51 years. Also: Mo Farah will run the London Marathon and be given extra security in the wake of the Boston bombings.


    DAILY STAR:
    Jack Wilshere was involved in an amazing half-time bust-up last night. Also: Cardiff won promotion to the Premier League last night - ending their 51-year wait for top-flight football.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    A combination of Olivier Giroud's profligacy and Everton's supreme work-rate cost Arsenal precious points here in their drive for an automatic Champions League place. Also: London Marathon organisers were yesterday confident that Mo Farah and the rest of the elite field would be on the start line for Sunday's race.


    THE TIMES:
    Arsenal surrendered the initiative to their London rivals in the race for a Champions League place last night after a spiky, goalless draw with Everton. Also: For a second successive season, the FA's decision to designate a late kick-off time for the FA Cup final has prompted claims that television revenue has been made a priority over supporters' welfare.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Arsene Wenger had mused that "momentum can be fragile" as he considered Arsenal's recent upturn and the need for another victory to turn the screw on Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League race. Also: Queens Park Rangers secured a £15m loan from Barclays Bank in Hong Kong last month, charged against all the club's assets including Loftus Road, significantly borrowing for the first time during Tony Fernandes's regime as majority owner.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The farcical way Blackburn Rovers are run was laid bare in a court of law when the club were pilloried by a presiding judge who described their way of operating as "utterly unforgivable," as they launched a last-minute fight to stop sacked manager Henning Berg being awarded £2.2m in unpaid wages. Also: Arsenal will make a formal offer to Sunderland to sign their goalkeeper Simon Mignolet at the end of the season.

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    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future is in doubt after he was subbed, while Robin van Persie nicked a point. Also: Roberto Mancini had a pop at Manchester United's controversial leveller at West Ham.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Robin van Persie saved Manchester United last night after Wayne Rooney misfired again. Also: A radical scheme to increase the number of ethnic minority managers in English football is set to be pioneered by League Two clubs.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Sam Allardyce faces an FA charge after an extraordinary attack on the match officials following West Ham's 2-2 draw with Manchester United last night. Also: Roy Hodgson fears for the future of the England team because of the number of foreign players in the Barclays Premier League.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Chelsea representatives are understood to have held talks with a key adviser to Manuel Pellegrini aimed at bringing the Malaga coach to Stamford Bridge. Also: England manager Roy Hodgson last night expressed his alarm at the number of foreign players in the Premier League.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    For Manchester United, another game ticked off. Sir Alex Ferguson's men twice had to come from behind but ultimately this is the kind of resilience that is taking them to their 20th league championship and, in that context, they will probably not care too much that there were only flashes when they were at their best. Also: An emotional Craig Bellamy has described Cardiff City's promotion to the Premier League as his greatest achievement in football and also revealed that his father, who is a lifelong fan of the club, "would die a happy man" after seeing the Welsh team return to the top flight for the first time in 51 years.


    THE TIMES:
    John Terry scored twice to help strengthen Chelsea's bid for a Champions League place last night with a 3-0 victory over West London rivals Fulham at Craven Cottage. Also: There was a cruel predictability about the sight of Carlos Tevez nestling a sumptuous shot into the top corner to settle a game Manchester City were scarcely in, but Wigan Athletic should take heart from a performance which augurs well on two fronts.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Andy Carroll found himself at the centre of a storm last night after clashing with Wayne Rooney, Nemanja Vidic and David de Gea during a bruising draw with champions-elect Manchester United at Upton Park. Also: Chelsea moved back up to third last night with a performance of quality and efficiency.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Wayne Rooney endured yet another miserable night for Manchester United after being hauled off. Also: Chelsea have met with Malaga's Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrini as they step up their search for a new manager.


    DAILY STAR:
    Robin van Persie rescued a point for Manchester United last night. Also: Roy Hodgson claims the Premier League is in danger of losing its identity.

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    THE GUARDIAN:
    More than two thirds of the Premier League's record £2.4bn income in 2011-12 was paid out in wages, according to the most recently published accounts of all 20 clubs. ALSO: Mo Farah has hit back at criticism that his decision to run only half of the London Marathon on Sunday was motivated by money.


    THE TIMES:
    Emmanuel Adebayor has stoked the fires before Manchester City's visit to White Hart Lane on Sunday by accusing his former team-mates of turning on each other when things go wrong on the pitch. ALSO: Mo Farah said yesterday he was shocked that his decision to run half of Sunday's Virgin London Marathon had prompted accusations of money-grabbing.


    DAILY STAR:
    Emmanuel Adebayor reckons Spurs can spark another outbreak of war in the Manchester City camp on Sunday. ALSO: Sam Allardyce has escaped an FA rap for his comments after West Ham's draw with Manchester United.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Rafa Benitez has not made a habit of going back. He has never taken a team back to Valencia, where he won two Spanish titles, and he has yet to return to Inter Milan but on Sunday he will take Chelsea to Liverpool.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney wants Sir Alex Ferguson to show his commitment to him with the offer of a new contract. ALSO: Every pro cricketer in England will be tested for recreational drugs in a bid to avoid another tragedy like the one that claimed Tom Maynard.



    THE SUN:
    Furious John Terry has blasted Rafa Benitez's claims he is not fit. ALSO: Paolo Di Canio has insisted: Don't call me a Sunderland hero until we win a trophy.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Mo Farah must cut off all contact with American sprint coach John Smith or he will risk damaging his golden status in British sport. ALSO: John Terry has a big thank you to give Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Mo Farah issued a forthright rejection of allegations that cashing in on his spectacular Olympic success has become a motivating factor and insists he will respect the race and the rest of the field when he makes his first appearance in the London Marathon on Sunday. ALSO: Britain's most successful Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy, bade an emotional and tearful farewell to competitive action having exhausted "every last ounce of effort and energy" winning at last year's Olympic Games.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Arsene Wenger has made an unexpected and impassioned plea for English football never to lose the tough physical style that sets the Premier League apart from the rest of Europe. ALSO: John Terry has admitted to growing uncertainty over his role at Chelsea as he prepares to sit out another big game this weekend.

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    DAILY MIRROR:
    John Terry soured Chelsea's handover of the European Cup by snubbing FA chairman David Bernstein - the man who stripped him of the England captaincy. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed talk of Wayne Rooney being offered a new deal by Manchester United.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    John Terry, who was stripped of the England captaincy after being accused of racism, showed the extent of his enduring anger towards the Football Association by refusing to shake the hand of chairman David Bernstein in the most public of arenas yesterday. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted at Wayne Rooney falling further down the pecking order at Manchester United.



    THE GUARDIAN:

    Kick It Out, the campaign that six months ago today was the focus of a protest by leading black footballers over the game's response to high-profile incidents of racism, is planning to launch smart-phone apps next season that allow players and fans to report anonymously abuse in the stands or dressing room. Also: English football's wounds were reopened yesterday at the worst possible time for the Football Association's chairman, David Bernstein.



    DAILY STAR:
    John Terry delivered an amazing snub to FA chairman David Bernstein yesterday when he refused to shake his hand. Also: Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed talk of a new contract for Wayne Rooney.



    DAILY MAIL:

    Chelsea captain John Terry delivered a huge snub to the FA by refusing to shake chairman David Bernstein's hand at the handover of the Champions League trophy yesterday. Also: Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday warned Wayne Rooney that he is no longer guaranteed a place in the starting line-up at Manchester United.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    John Terry yesterday refused to shake hands with David Bernstein, chairman of the Football Association, at a high-profile event in London to mark Chelsea handing over the Champions League trophy the club won last season. Also: The pacemakers for tomorrow's London marathon will set out from Blackheath at a rate of knots.



    THE SUN:
    John Terry refused to shake hands with David Bernstein yesterday - snubbing him in front of Europe's top bosses. Also: Gareth Bale is a target for incoming Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola.



    THE TIMES:

    John Terry sealed his England exile yesterday with a public rebuke for the Football Association chairman at the handover of the Champions League trophy. Also: Wayne Rooney has already found one route to the Manchester United first team blocked and now the gradual emergence of Shinji Kagawa has created another obstacle for the England striker to navigate.

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    SUNDAY MIRROR: Jack Wilshere is set to miss England's two summer internationals. Also: It will take a massive £65million bid to prise superstar Gareth Bale out of Tottenham; Sam Allardyce is ready to commit himself to West Ham until 2016.

    DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is planning summer swoops for £10m-rated Man City defender Micah Richards and QPR striker Loic Remy, valued at £8m. Also: Paolo Di Canio last night hailed victory in his first home match as Sunderland manager as the HIGHLIGHT of his career.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS: Arsenal are closing in on Schalke's £15million-rated teenager Julian Draxler as manager Arsene Wenger prepares to start spending. Also: A dejected Harry Redknapp seems to be saying goodbye to Tony Pulis - and to the Premier League.

    MAIL ON SUNDAY: Harry Redknapp finally threw in the towel last night and admitted that his beleaguered Queens Park Rangers side are almost certainly doomed to relegation from the Premier League. Also: The Premier League was last night accused of being the biggest obstacle in the path of aspiring black managers.

    SUNDAY TIMES: The power has been turned back on at the Stadium of Light. And this was not about the man, it was more about his players as Sunderland rolled away the clouds of relegation in sparkling fashion to earn a thoroughly deserved victory against a side they had not beaten in the league since 2001 and in any competition in 19 previous attempts. Also: Joachim Low, the Germany coach, has emerged as a candidate to be Arsenal's next manager.

    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Paolo Di Canio has already started to change the course of Sunderland's history as he followed the Black Cats' first away win over Newcastle in 13 years by leading them to their first victory over Everton since 2001. Also: Bernie Ecclestone has described the Bahrain government as "stupid'' for allowing today's grand prix in the troubled Gulf kingdom to give a voice to human rights protestors.

    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: There was no knee slide this time, and the pants stayed clean, Nevertheless, Paolo Di Canio was more than satisfied in the wake of trousering another precious three points. Also: Sam Warburton is set to be named captain of the British & Irish Lions later this month.

    THE OBSERVER: For this first appearance before an adoring home congregation Paolo Di Canio was the animated cartoonish character of reputation. He also delivered. Also: Paula Radcliffe has urged Mo Farah to make the most of his remarkable form and not leave it too late to race the full marathon distance, as the 30-year-old embarks on a run to the midway point of today's London Marathon.

    THE PEOPLE: Paolo Di Canio made it two wins out of three to haul Sunderland six points clear of the Premier League drop zone. Also: Luis Suarez reckons Gareth Bale has a clear run at the PFA Player of the Year award after admitting he's not even sure he would vote for himself!

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    THE SUN:
    Brendan Rodgers is ready to give Luis Suarez the boot if he reckons the Kop bad boy has shamed Liverpool once again. Also: Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United's current side is among his best.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Liverpool were last night under mounting pressure to kick out Luis Suarez after he bit Branislav Ivanovic in his side's 2-2 draw against Chelsea. Also: Roberto Mancini questioned the attitude of his Manchester City players after their defeat at Tottenham, before congratulating Manchester United as Sir Alex Ferguson prepares to celebrate his 13th Premier League title tonight.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Luis Suarez could be booted out of Liverpool for his shocking bite on Branislav Ivanovic. Also: Frustrated Roberto Mancini slammed his players' attitude for gifting Manchester United the chance to win the title with four games to spare tonight.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Luis Suarez was last night warned by his manager Brendan Rodgers that he could be booted out of Liverpool after the striker heaped fresh shame on the club. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has told his players to seal a record 20th league title in style tonight - and then set a new points record.


    DAILY STAR:
    Luis Suarez's Liverpool career is hanging by a thread after BITING Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Also: Roberto Mancini slammed his Manchester City players' attitude and accused them of gifting Manchester United the title.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    It is difficult to see how Liverpool can continue to employ Luis Suarez after his latest assault on the fabric of the game, his latest trampling on the reputation of a world-renowned club. Also: In the space of seven extraordinary, breathless and slightly baffling second-half minutes at White Hart Lane yesterday, two of the main issues of this Premier League season may have been decisively shaped.


    THE TIMES:
    Brendan Rodgers has told Luis Suarez that his future at Liverpool is not guaranteed after the forward brought shame on the club by biting Branislav Ivanovic during the 2-2 draw with Chelsea at Anfield yesterday. Also: In the heat and dust of a controversial grand prix in a nation scarred by division, it was left to a young Mexican to start his own internecine struggle for independence in a sport that acclaims unity over individual freedom.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Brendan Rodgers has told Luis Suarez that no player is irreplaceable after the Liverpool striker disgraced himself by sinking his teeth into Branislav Ivanovic during Chelsea's 2-2 draw at Anfield. Also: Roberto Mancini has questioned the attitude of his Manchester City players, wondering whether it has been the equal of their Manchester United counterparts as his club prepared to hand over the Premier League title to their cross-town rivals.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Luis Suarez's future in English football hung in the balance after he bit an opponent for the second time in his career yesterday. Also: It happened in the space of just six minutes and 22 seconds, the time it took for Tottenham Hotspur to score three improbable goals and for the bubble to burst for Roberto Mancini's side for what will surely be the last time this season.


 
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