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    Tuesday October 15

    Friday's star Andros Townsend has handed England an injury scare having picked up a knock in his sensational debut against Montenegro
    Roy Hodgson believes the FA have blundered by giving Polish fans 18,000 tickets for tonight's World Cup crunch
    Steven Gerrard insists England will bury the ghost of their Euro 2008 flop by beating Poland tonight and qualifying for Brazil
    Gareth Southgate has backed Raheem Sterling to make an impact if called upon at Wembley tonight, while revealing Wilfried Zaha's frustration at his lack of first-team action for Manchester United
    Poland boss Waldemar Fornalik insists his team will be playing for national pride against England tonight
    World Cup legend Martin Peters has told England: Don't let Poland wreck your dreams
    Gordon Strachan has refused to bite back after Croatia boss Igor Stimac insisted their clash at Hampden would be a 'training session'
    Chris Coleman's Wales future is still in doubt and tonight's trip to Belgium could be his swansong with his contract up next month
    Thomas Vermaelen says he may have to leave Arsenal in January if he cannot win his place back in the side

    Steven Gerrard last night urged England fans to roar their team to the World Cup finals
    England's new hero Andros Townsend is an injury doubt for tonight's make-or-break World Cup qualifier with Poland
    Captain Jakub Blaszczykowski last night claimed Poland's army of 18,000-plus fans will take over Wembley - and inspire their country to victory
    Ukraine boss Mikhail Fomenko admits his side only have themselves to blame if they miss out on World Cup qualification
    Mo Farah has joined Jack Wilshere in opposing the practice of sportsmen switching nationality to compete under a flag of convenience
    Chris Coleman fears Gareth Bale will not get back to his best until next year
    Loic Remy will be handed the chance to seal a permanent move to Newcastle in January

    Jack Wilshere is poised for a shock recall to the England team - with Frank Lampard set to miss out
    Steven Gerrard insists leading England to the World Cup tonight would make him the proudest man alive
    Jack Butland believes young English talent is being helped by the loan system
    Gareth Bale will not be back to his best until after Christmas according to Wales boss Chris Coleman
    Northern Ireland captain Steven Davies believes manager Michael O'Neill deserves a new contract
    Malky Mackay won't quit Cardiff - but his future is still in the balance
    Midfielder Craig Gardner claims there has been a revolution inside the Sunderland dressing room in the wake of Paolo Di Canio's exit

    Steven Gerrard says the Wembley fear factor has been tamed during Roy Hodgson's reign and admits leading England to the World Cup will make him the proudest man in the country
    Ahead of tonight's clash with Poland, Andros Townsend has promised not to get carried away after his 'perfect debut' for England
    Jakub Blaszczykowski claimed the extra fans inside Wembley tonight could lift Poland out of the doldrums and help them deliver a famous result to match their draw here in 1973
    Real Madrid have been warned by Wales manager Chris Coleman not to expect Gareth Bale to be back to his best until after Christmas
    England Under-21s manager Gareth Southgate believes in a cap on foreign talent playing in the Premier League but has 'no idea' whether such a proposal is legally enforceable
    Juventus have told Chelsea that they will have to pay about £40million for midfielder Paul Pogba
    Glen Johnson is set to hand Liverpool a timely boost by returning to full training today after six weeks out

    Steven Gerrard has praised Roy Hodgson for eradicating England's fear factor before the match that will decide their World Cup fate
    Gareth Southgate has admitted that Wilfried Zaha is feeling the frustration of finding himself on the fringes of the Manchester United squad, but urged the 20-year-old to use tonight's U21 clash with Lithuania to get into David Moyes's side
    Thomas Vermaelen has said for the first time that he would consider leaving Arsenal in January to improve his chances of playing in the World Cup finals

    Steven Gerrard claims he will be the proudest man in the country if he can lead England to the World Cup finals at Wembley tonight
    Poland manager Waldemar Fornalik last night claimed the FA have handed his side a major advantage by allowing 18,000 away supporters into Wembley
    Gareth Southgate has urged Wilfried Zaha to channel his frustration after admitting the Manchester United striker is finding it hard adjusting to being a bit-part player
    Chris Coleman has blasted reports that Wales' medics have aggravated Gareth Bale's back problem

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    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney sent the country Brazil nuts as he headed England into the World Cup finals. Also: Arsene Wenger is ready to make a fresh move for Karim Benzema in January.






    THE TIMES:
    England booked their place at next summer's World Cup finals in Brazil last night with a 2-0 win over Poland amid raucous scenes at Wembley. Also: Aaron Ramsey punctured the triumphant carnival atmosphere with an equaliser two minutes from time, continuing his excellent start to the campaign.






    THE GUARDIAN:
    There was a moment here, as the pressure was straying dangerously close towards intolerable, when Roy Hodgson could be seen yanking at his tie, desperately trying to loosen the knot a little. Also: Usain Bolt's coach, Glen Mills, says that Jamaican sprinters are being "unfairly targeted" because of their dominance at world level and that criticism of the country's anti-doping programme is unjustified.






    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    This was a raucous, draining and utterly magnificent night. Also: World football's players' union denied last night that its vice-president had threatened a boycott of the 2022 World Cup if the tournament was not moved from the summer.






    DAILY MAIL:
    As the ball arrived at the feet of Leighton Baines, Roy Hodgson rose from his seat. Also: Gareth Bale looks set to return to La Liga action against Malaga on Saturday.






    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney rose to the occasion to book England's place at the World Cup. Also: David Moyes could send Wilfried Zaha on loan because he does not feel he is ready to play for Manchester United.






    DAILY EXPRESS:
    It is full steam ahead for Brazil after Wayne Rooney - minus his headband - and Steven Gerrard fired England into the 2014 World Cup finals. Also: Scotland rounded off their qualifying campaign with a morale-boosting 2-0 win over Croatia.






    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Steven Gerrard's brilliant 88th minute goal last night sealed England's qualification for next summer's World Cup in Brazil - a result he dedicated to the fans. Also: Scotland completed the double over Croatia last night to demonstrate the progress they have made under Gordon Strachan, as they finally picked up a home win in this World Cup qualifying campaign.






    DAILY STAR:
    England are on their way to the World Cup. Also: Craig Bellamy bowed out on the international stage in style, setting up Aaron Ramsey's late equaliser on a night of records.

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    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Hodgson was last night involved in a bizarre row over a "space monkey" joke and England World Cup hero Andros Townsend. Roy Hodgson last night backed Wayne Rooney to make next summer's World Cup finals his "crowning glory".



    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney is desperate to show the planet just what he is capable of in Brazil next year. Also: Roy Hodgson has told England's young guns: Show me I should take you to the World Cup.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Adnan Januzaj will elect to play for England if the FA can overcome the obstacle of the five-year residency rule. Also: Roy Hodgson is in line for a huge bonus after leading England to next summer's World Cup.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Roy Hodgson has told England's up and coming youngsters such as Ravel Morrison they have six months to prove he should take them to the World Cup. Also: Wayne Rooney admits there is one thing missing from his career - to shine at a World Cup.



    DAILY STAR:
    Roy Hodgson last night challenged England's World Cup hopefuls to grab a place on the plane to Brazil. Also: Kevin de Bruyne has vowed to prove Jose Mourinho wrong and force his way back into the Chelsea team.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Wayne Rooney has admitted that he has underperformed at major international tournaments but outlined his burning desire to put "the icing" on his career by helping England to triumph at next summer's World Cup. Also: The England and Wales Cricket Board sprang two surprises yesterday by appointing former wicketkeeper Paul Downton as the managing director of England Cricket and James Whitaker as the national selector.



    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson has challenged the next generation of England players to knock the old guard "off their perch" and make his squad for next summer's World Cup finals. Also: James Anderson has expressed his relief that the players have managed to agree terms for the next wave of central contracts before leaving for the Ashes, and is confident that the squad will be able to cope with the Pommie-bashing that awaits their arrival in Australia a week today.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Wayne Rooney has admitted to underperforming at major tournaments since bursting on to the international scene at Euro 2004 and the England striker vowed to put things right at the World Cup finals in Brazil. Also: There will be no tears or fears for England in Australia, according to Jimmy Anderson. In the face of expected hostility from fiery crowds, England's second-highest wicket-taker insists the squad are well prepared for another Ashes tour full of drama, tension and "pommy-bashing".



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Wayne Rooney has revealed his desperation to show the globe how good he is in next summer's World Cup, having struggled to make an impact at a major tournament since his brilliant displays at Euro 2004. Also: On the eve of the Ashes series, English cricket last night announced two key changes. It was impossible to dispel the notion of a new beginning when the series against Australia ends in January.

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    DAILY MAIL -
    Roy Hodgson admits he felt crushed after being accused of making a racist comment during his half-time team talk at Wembley on Tuesday. Also: The injury is more common among ballet dancers than hulking centre forwards but Andy Carroll concedes that his similarities with Billy Elliot go beyond their North East roots.



    THE SUN
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    Jose Mourinho has vowed to help England. Also: Gabby Agbonlahor is desperate to gatecrash Roy Hodgson's summer Samba party in Rio... Sam Allardyce insists it is too early to book Ravel Morrison's seat on England's plane to Brazil.



    THE TIMES
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    Greg Dyke, the Football Association chairman, moved on Thursday night to draw a line under a bizarre episode involving Roy Hodgson's use of the phrase "feed the monkey" during the half-time team-talk in England's World Cup qualifying victory over Poland. Also: Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that he was willing to consider Harry Redknapp's approach to become his assistant in the event of Redknapp being named England manager.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Manchester United have agreed to investigate the viability of introducing a safe-standing area at Old Trafford - a move which could potentially deliver major impetus to the campaign for an alternative to seats for fans in the Premier League. Also: Those Arsenal fans handing out leaflets outside the annual general meeting on Thursday morning, imploring the club to be more like Bayern Munich, might have been slightly disappointed.



    DAILY STAR
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    FA bosses on Thursday night backed Roy Hodgson to the hilt after his "monkey" joke blunder. Also: Arsene Wenger has been told: "Now it is time to deliver trophies." ... Brendan Rodgers saluted Steven Gerrard as the Liverpool captain goes in search of his 100th Premier League goal.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    Wayne Rooney led the wave of support for Roy Hodgson as the England coach was cleared of racism in his team talk. Also: Arsene Wenger had revealed the three-point plan he believes will win Arsenal the Premier League title... Paul Ince shoved and abused a fourth official to pick up a thumping five-game FA ban.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    The FA has thrown its full support behind the England manager, Roy Hodgson, after speaking directly to every member of the national squad involved in Tuesday's World Cup qualifying victory over Poland and ascertaining that none had taken offence at the punch-line to a "space monkey" joke Hodgson had relayed at half-time. Also: Newcastle supporters will renew their protests against the club's owner, Mike Ashley, by joining a march before Saturday's visit of Liverpool.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on Thursday night admitted he had wondered if skipper John Terry was finished at Stamford Bridge. Also: Roy Hodgson had been given the full support of the FA after no England player, nor their representatives, complained about the "space monkey" joke he made during half-time in the win over Poland... The FA has revealed the full extent of Paul Ince's behaviour which led to his five-match stadium ban last week.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Roy Hodgson was on Thursday night given the full support of the FA over the "space monkey" race row that has overshadowed England's World Cup qualification. Also... Brendan Rodgers has hailed Steven Gerrard as a "wonderful ambassador" who England should be "honoured" to have as captain... Jose Mourinho has insisted Chelsea defender John Terry is "back on track" and is fully recovered from his frustrating six months under former manager Rafael Benitez.

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    Jose Mourinho has vowed to help England after expressing his happiness at their World Cup qualification.
    West Ham's Andy Carroll is on course for a November return to action.
    Inter Milan want to prise Michael Laudrup away from Swansea.
    Iker Casillas last night put Manchester City and Arsenal on red alert by confirming he plans to leave Real Madrid if he can't regain his starting spot over the next few months.
    Gus Poyet will risk an immediate fan backlash at Sunderland by bringing Phil Bardsley back into the fold.
    Bobby Charlton wants Wayne Rooney to stay at Manchester United and become the club's greatest ever goalscorer.

    Wayne Rooney led the wave of support for Roy Hodgson as the England coach was cleared of racism in his team talk.
    Arsene Wenger has revealed the three-point plan he believes will win Arsenal the Premier League title.
    Sone Aluko will pledge his future to Hull by signing a new three-year deal next week.
    Michael Laudrup reckons Michu's breakthrough for Spain can have major spin-offs for Swansea.
    Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given has been told he will be allowed to leave if a suitable bid comes in.
    Roberto Martinez hailed Leighton Baines as one of the best players in the world - but is bracing himself for a January bid from Manchester United.

    Roy Hodgson admits he felt crushed after being accused of making a racist comment during his half-time team talk at Wembley on Tuesday.
    Roberto Martinez has accepted speculation about Leighton Baines' future will increase after his dazzling England performances showed why he is one of the world's best left backs.
    Manchester City's Abdul Razak has made his loan deal at Anzhi Makhachkala permanent.
    MK Dons boss Karl Robinson has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager job at Sheffield United.

    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits he had wondered if John Terry was finished at Stamford Bridge.
    Everton boss Roberto Martinez believes Leighton Baines ranks alongside the world's best, and that not even a new contract would end talk about his future.

    FA bosses on Thursday night backed Roy Hodgson to the hilt after his "monkey'' joke blunder.
    Arsene Wenger has been told: ''Now it is time to deliver trophies.''
    Ryan Giggs is ready to turn down Wales to continue his coaching education at Manchester United.
    Cardiff flop Kadeem Harris will today join League One Brentford on loan until the New Year.

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    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Furious Jose Mourinho could face a touchline ban after being sent off in Chelsea's 4-1 win over Cardiff. Also: Wayne Rooney fears Alex Ferguson's new book will turn Manchester United's fans against him.



    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    The Qatar World Cup could be moved from summer to April 2022, says the leading voice in European club football. Also: The storm over the composition of the commission to improve the England team deepened yesterday when the FA chairman, Greg Dyke, faced accusations from a colleague and a government minister that the think-tank fails to reflect the country's ethnic diversity.



    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    The FA's Commission into the future of English football has descended into chaos with chairman Greg Dyke hitting back at criticisms levelled at him by FA board member Heather Rabbatts in Saturday's Daily Telegraph. Tiger Woods is prepared to take legal action against one of America's most respected golf analysts to clear his name from a "cheating" slur.



    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Greg Dyke's leadership of the Football Association is under attack less than four months since he took over as chairman - and was heralded as a reforming force within the national game. Also: Chris Robshaw, who led England in their rugby Grand Slam humiliation in Cardiff earlier this year, is expected to be told this week that he has regained the captain's armband.



    THE OBSERVER:
    Helen Grant, the new sports minister, will meet the Football Association on Wednesday to demand answers over the lack of diversity on its flagship commission in the wake of stinging criticism from one of its own board members. Also: Manchester United began the day with the news that everyone connected with the club had been hoping to hear: that 18-year-old Adnan Januzaj had been tied down to a five-year contract, but ended it by conceding a scruffy goal at an 89th-minute corner to squander two points against Southampton.



    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Greg Dyke's attempts to create a commission to improve the England national football team descended into acrimony and farce last night as he was forced to admit he had been wrong to omit an ethnic minority representative from its initial members.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    David Moyes last night demanded better defending from his side after Southampton's last-minute equaliser at Old Trafford. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson last night told England boss Roy Hodgson: You have the worst job in football.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Manchester City and Arsenal want to land Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski. Also: Gus Poyet needed to watch just one performance to realise the size of the problem he faces to keep Sunderland in the Premier League.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Roy Hodgson says he got it spot on with his decision to give Andros Townsend his international debut - and insists Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas was wrong to criticise him for doing so. Also: Jose Mourinho ducked questions after being sent off for a touchline display of anger during Chelsea's 4-1 victory at home to Cardiff yesterday.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Adnan Januzaj has landed the biggest pay-day for a teenager in Manchester United's history - including a whopping signing-on fee of £5million. Also: Jose Mourinho turned cheerleader at Stamford Bridge - after being banished to the stands.

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    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson and Rio Ferdinand must bury the hatchet after being named on the new FA commission. Also: The FA has promised a full-scale probe after a linesman was hit by a smoke bomb at Aston Villa yesterday.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Rio Ferdinand will add his voice to the debate on improving England's fortunes after agreeing to join the Football Association's new commission, along with national coach Roy Hodgson. Also: England star Andros Townsend lit up Villa Park last night with a lucky strike for Tottenham.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Greg Dyke has moved to try to end the revolt that has engulfed the Football Association by announcing Rio Ferdinand and Roy Hodgson will join his England Commission. Also: The Football Association will launch an investigation after an assistant referee was struck by a smoke bomb thrown from the stands at Villa Park.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andros Townsend lit up Tottenham's away day triumph - and then promised he will not turn into a big-time Charlie. Also: Neil Warnock is being lined up for a comeback as Birmingham City's director of football - with pal Gianni Paladini closing in on a takeover of the club.



    DAILY STAR:
    Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas says he has no fears gold boy Andros Townsend will get too big for his boots. Also: Jose Mourinho is expected to escape a touchline ban following his dismissal against Cardiff.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand is adamant he can put his difficult relationship with England manager Roy Hodgson behind him, after the two men were named by Football Association chairman Greg Dyke as members of the commission to improve the England team. Also: After a week of headlines, of hype, of his first England goal, his first front-page storm - and a new contract too - Andros Townsend made it very clear at Villa Park on Sunday that he is a footballer worth paying attention to.



    THE TIMES:
    Rio Ferdinand and Roy Hodgson joined Greg Dyke's commission yesterday as the FA chairman sought to defuse the row over the lack of diversity and heavyweight clout on his panel. Also: The FA launched an investigation last night after Dave Bryan, an assistant referee, was struck by a smoke bomb thrown from the stand holding visiting supporters at Villa Park.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Greg Dyke failed to quell the unrest in his own Football Association board last night after Heather Rabbatts's revolt against the make-up of his commission into the English game continued, despite the addition of Rio Ferdinand and Roy Hodgson. Also: The Football Association has opened an investigation after a flare was thrown and struck assistant referee David Bryan after Tottenham Hotspurs' first goal at Villa Park on Sunday.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Rio Ferdinand has been appointed to the FA's commission into the future of English football, two days after the chairman, Greg Dyke, faced stinging criticism from one of his board members over the ethnic makeup of the panel. Also: A sparkling performance by Andros Townsend in Tottenham Hotspurs' 2-0 victory over Aston Villa at Villa Park was overshadowed when an assistant referee was hit by a flare thrown by a member of the visiting support.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    Jose Mourinho last night launched a stinging attack on Cardiff City, accusing their manager Malky Mackay of deploying time-wasting tactics which ripped off Chelsea fans. Also: Dangerous flares and smoke bombs advertised as explicitly for football and 'ideal for hooligans' are being sold online for as little as £1.70 each.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The Football Association last night risked an angry response from Jose Mourinho after charging the Chelsea manager with improper conduct. Also: Jurgen Klopp is such a big admirer of Arsenal's style that he said he would happily have paid for a ticket to watch his Borussia Dortmund side face the free-scoring Gunners tonight.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsene Wenger admits tonight is the acid test to see how far his high-flying Arsenal side can really go. Also: Ian Holloway is clinging on to his job as manager of Crystal Palace after his side were torn apart by Fulham last night.


    DAILY STAR:
    Manchester City have had a bust-up with Champions League rivals CSKA Moscow after being banned from their pitch. Also: Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway was left fearing for his job last night.



    THE TIMES:
    Arsene Wenger has challenged his players to assert themselves as serious contenders at home and abroad in tonight's Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund. Also: It seems a little early to be talking about the goal of the season but Pajtim Kasami submitted a contender that will take some beating when he eased the pressure on Martin Jol last night.



    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson aims to keep the peace between Wayne Rooney and Manchester United. Also: Jack Wilshere's goal of the season lasted barely 48 hours - as Pajtim Kasami produced an out-of-this-world strike for Fulham last night.



    DAILY MIRROR:

    Billy Bonds has branded Harry Redknapp "pathetic" and "liberal with the truth" after reigniting their 20-year-old feud. Also: Patrice Evra is set to leave Manchester United at the end of the season and return to France.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea manager, last night delivered an extraordinary rant and accused Cardiff City of breaking the rules and ruining the game for supporters. Also: Happy birthday, Arsene Wenger? It most certainly will be tonight if on the occasion of the Arsenal manager's 64th his resurgent young team beat last season's Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund to confirm their position as one of the most exciting teams in Europe.



    THE GUARDIAN:

    For Arsenal the season's biggest test to date is at hand. Also: Chief constables across the country have been urged to clamp down on those who set off smoke bombs and flares in football grounds amid warnings that serious injury or a fatality is inevitable if action is not taken.

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    THE GUARDIAN:
    Roy Keane has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of not knowing the meaning of loyalty after the former Manchester United manager criticised him and other former players at Old Trafford in his new book. Also: This was not how Arsene Wenger had intended to celebrate his 64th birthday.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    Roy Keane launched a furious attack on Sir Alex Ferguson's integrity last night. Also: Fernando Torres celebrated his 100th Chelsea start with a win double at Schalke.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Sir Alex Ferguson claims that he "mellowed a long time ago", instructing any doubters to consult those who played under him. It might be wise to wait for them to cool off first. Also: Roy Keane last night accused Sir Alex Ferguson of not knowing the meaning of the word "loyalty" after the Scot criticised many of his former players in his memoirs.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Robert Lewandowski showed his real talent by scoring the winner for Borussia Dortmund against Arsenal. Also: Fernando Torres continued his knack of scoring goals in cup competitions by notching a brace to hand Chelsea victory over Schalke in the Veltins Arena last night.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    The most withering criticism in Sir Alex Ferguson's book is reserved for the man who once embodied his will: Roy Keane. And, as Ferguson anticipated, Keane did not take it well. Also: It was 12 games in all competitions without defeat and, quite frankly, if you are going to lose then the Borussia Dortmund of 2013 are a far more palatable alternative than Norwich City or Crystal Palace, although that will be of no consolation to Arsene Wenger.



    THE SUN
    : Roy Keane last night launched his own hairdryer-style attack on Alex Ferguson for lacking loyalty. Also: Arsenal's Champions League hopes took a blow as they crashed to their first defeat since the opening day.



    DAILY STAR:
    Jose Mourinho last night insisted he had never doubted Fernando Torres. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has warned England they have fat chance of winning the World Cup if Wayne Rooney gets out of shape again.



    DAILY MAIL
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    Sir Alex Ferguson has sensationally settled a string of old scores with a release of his controversial autobiography. Also: Arsene Wenger insisted Robert Lewandowski was lucky not to be sent off before he hit a late winner to leave Arsenal's Champions League hopes in the balance last night.



    THE TIMES
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    Sir Alex Ferguson was accused last night of lacking loyalty by Roy Keane, who joined David Beckham, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Wayne Rooney among those criticised in the former Manchester United manager's new autobiography. Also: All John Terry needed was a familiar face.

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    Yaya Toure has demanded UEFA shut down CSKA Moscow's stadium after suffering sickening racist abuse.
    Tony Pulis has emerged as red-hot favourite to replace his best mate Ian Holloway at Crystal Palace.
    Wayne Rooney last night brushed off Sir Alex Ferguson's criticism.
    Nigel Clough will use the anger of his Derby axing to inspire him in his new job.
    Southampton will step up their bid for £10million-rated Cagliari defender Davide Astori in January.
    Michael Laudrup says Sir Alex Ferguson has betrayed the dressing-room bond of trust.

    Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish will ask Tony Pulis if he wants to replace "worn-out" Ian Holloway and lead the Selhurst Park survival fight.
    Former Manchester United assistant boss Mike Phelan has criticised the club for failing to make a marquee signing this summer.
    Derby's Scottish star Craig Bryson is wanted by Celtic - and will be tempted with a lucrative move in the next window.
    Forgotten Stoke winger Brek Shea wants to go out on loan to force his way back into Mark Hughes' plans.

    Crystal Palace will approach Tony Pulis as they begin hunting for a new manager.
    William Gallas has joined Perth Glory on a one-year deal.
    Everton could try again in January to land £10million-rated Feyenoord defender Bruno Martins Indi.
    QPR have signed USA centre-back Oguchi Onyewu.

    Crystal Palace will turn to Tony Pulis after Ian Holloway last night quit the Premier League strugglers.
    West Brom boss Steve Clarke insists Shane Long will not be leaving in January.
    Middlesbrough have finally landed Norwich defender Daniel Ayala on loan.
    New Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough plans to prove a point to Derby after his "shocking" sacking.

    Crystal Palace will today offer Tony Pulis the chance to take over from Ian Holloway.
    William Gallas has ended his 12-year Premier League stint to join Perth Glory.
    Fulham owner Shahid Khan has reiterated his support for manager Martin Jol.


 

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