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THE INDEPENDENT: Jose Mourinho continued his dominant record over Arsene Wenger last night, as Chelsea knocked Arsenal out of the

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    THE INDEPENDENT: Jose Mourinho continued his dominant record over Arsene Wenger last night, as Chelsea knocked Arsenal out of the Capital One Cup with a 2-0 win here at the Emirates. Also: Alan Pardew has vowed to come through a gruelling three-game run against Manchester City, Chelsea and Spurs to keep his job.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Jose Mourinho left with Mesut Ozil's shirt, and once again with Arsenal's scalp. Also: Manchester United finally remembered why they spent £15million on Wilfried Zaha and were reminded once more why Adnan Januzaj is the most exciting forward to have emerged from their academy since Paul Scholes as they breezed past Norwich City.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Those "psychological effects" of which Arsene Wenger had referred when considering the significance of this collision between the Premier League's top two may now be afflicting his Arsenal squad rather than bolstering them. Also: England will be without their Lions lineout specialist Geoff Parling when they meet Australia this Saturday.



    THE TIMES:
    At times last season, it was hard not to feel sorry for Chris Ashton, pity him even. Also: UEFA will decide today whether to punish CSKA Moscow over their supporters' alleged racist abuse of Yaya Toure during the Champions League tie against Manchester City last week.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Juan Mata blew Arsenal away last night to ensure Jose Mourinho maintained his hoodoo over Arsene Wenger. Also: Cristiano Ronaldo and Sepp Blatter have been caught up in an extraordinary spat after the FIFA president claimed to prefer Lionel Messi in a speech to the Oxford Union.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Juan Mata sent out a glorious message to Jose Mourinho as the Blues boss extended his personal hoodoo over Arsene Wenger. Also: Grovelling Sepp Blatter has apologised to Cristiano Ronaldo after being caught lampooning him.



    THE SUN:
    Juan Mata sealed a dream few days for Chelsea by firing the Blues into the Capital One Cup quarter-finals. Also: Javier Hernandez bagged a double in the competition he just loves.



    DAILY STAR:
    Cesar Azpilicueta took full advantage of another defensive howler as Chelsea strolled into the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup. Also: Real Madrid are plotting a January move for Luis Suarez by offering Liverpool £20m plus Karim Benzema.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    England's lineout leader Geoff Parling was last night ruled out of Saturday's Twickenham Test against Australia after suffering a concussion in training. Also: Alan Pardew has put his Newcastle squad through a crash course in anger management in a bid to banish their derby blues.

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    THE GUARDIAN:
    The full extent of public contribution to Tottenham Hotspur's planned new stadium project can today be revealed for the first time, with the club positioned to benefit from controversial council plans to develop an area opposite the new ground involving the demolition of existing local businesses. Also: UEFA has sacked one of its officials after admitting its new anti-racism strategy was not properly enforced during the incident involving Yaya Toure that means CSKA Moscow will have to play their next Champions League game in a partly closed ground

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    THE TIMES:
    A senior UEFA official was stripped of his duties last night after failing to act on the referee's instructions in the Yaya Toure race row. Also: It took a while for Manchester City to show much more than a flicker of interest in progressing to the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup, but when it came, it came with decisiveness.


    THE SUN:
    Edin Dzeko's six minutes of magic saw off Newcastle. Also: Tottenham ended their penalty shootout hoodoo - winning their first in eight attempts.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Brad Friedel went from villain to hero last night as Tottenham squeezed past Hull City into the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup. Also: Russian club CSKA Moscow will play their next home Champions League game with one end of their stadium closed.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Jermain Defoe has received a whopping £5million-a-year offer to quit Spurs for Toronto in January. Also: Joe Hart watched on miserably from the bench as Manchester City strode into the last eight.




    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Russian club CSKA Moscow will face partial closure of their Khimki stadium for their next home Champions League game against Bayern Munich after UEFA found that their supporters were guilty of racially abusing Manchester City's Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Tim Krul, the Newcastle United goalkeeper, twice denied Manchester City's Alvaro Negredo with late saves in normal time to send this Capital One Cup tie into extra time last night. Also: Yaya Toure and Manchester City were said to be satisfied last night after UEFA ordered the partial closure of CSKA Moscow's stadium as a result of their fans' racist abuse of the midfielder.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Extra-time goals from Alvaro Negredo and Edin Dzeko gave Manchester City an undeserved 2-0 win over unlucky Newcastle which took them into the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup. Also: CSKA Moscow were last night punished with a partial stadium closure after UEFA found the Russian side's supporters guilty of racially abusing Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure.



    DAILY STAR:
    UEFA's bid to clamp down on CSKA Moscow's racist fans has fallen flat - because they have decided to close only part of their ground. Also: Jose Mourinho nabbed Arsenal star Mesut Ozil's shirt for his son.

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    THE SUN:
    Joe Hart was yesterday told: "You're axed." Also: Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal cocked up their bid for Luis Suarez.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Joe Hart has been axed by Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini after a series of high-profile blunders. Also: England are ready to shock Australia by exploding into the new Test season at Twickenham today.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Keane is poised for a sensational return to football as Martin O'Neill's No.2 with the Republic of Ireland. Also: Manuel Pellegrini finally lost patience with Joe Hart last night and axed him from today's game against Norwich.

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Joe Hart's axing by Manchester City has given England boss Roy Hodgson a huge World Cup headache. Also: Jose Mourinho has been warned by Alan Pardew he will get a slap if he repeats his crowd surfing at Newcastle.


    DAILY STAR:
    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Arsenal's bid to sign Luis Suarez turned them into a laughing stock. Also: Joe Hart has been left 'devastated' after being axed by Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Happy anniversary, England. The World Cup was won 10 years ago this autumn. Also: Joe Hart has been dropped for Manchester City's match against Norwich City and is uncertain whether he will be recalled by Manuel Pellegrini for Tuesday's Champions League tie against CSKA Moscow.



    THE TIMES:
    No one needs reminding what happened in Sydney 10 years ago, and the appearance of that all-conquering England team at Twickenham this afternoon before the international against Australia will help to stir some wonderful memories. The grand stadium will be awash with nostalgia, although the focus ought to be on the future, not the past. Also: Even with Luis Suarez still at Liverpool and Mesut Ozil joining Arsenal for a club record fee, few would have predicted the clubs would go into November separated by just two points at the top of the table, with Manchester City and Manchester United trailing in their wake.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    At around 3.15pm this afternoon a gaggle of increasingly middle-aged men will shuffle around Twickenham in celebration of the looming 10th anniversary of England's 2003 Rugby World Cup victory. Also: Joe Hart has been dropped by Manchester City for today's Premier League game against Norwich City but the goalkeeper is determined to win his place back and is not considering his future with the club, despite the decision potentially having consequences for the Englishman's World Cup hopes next summer.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Ten years on from that World Cup-winning night of nights in Sydney, precious little has changed in Anglo-Australian rugby relations. Also: It was the most famous single pound offered in England football history, and yesterday Arsene Wenger conceded that Arsenal's approach to signing Luis Suarez from Liverpool this summer, with a bid of £40m plus £1, had been flawed.

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    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    England opened their QBE Internationals campaign with a hard-fought 20-13 victory over Australia at Twickenham yesterday, though Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie was left fuming after a mistake by the touch judge led indirectly to the hosts game-changing opening try. Also: Andy Murray has revealed that the fear of being branded "unpatriotic" led him to risk his vulnerable back during the Davis Cup tie in Croatia in September - and thus move further down the road to surgery.



    THE OBSERVER:
    The 2003 World Cup-winning squad's lap of honour at half-time inspired England to come back and beat Australia to extend their winning run here to five matches, a feat last achieved in those heady days 10 years ago. Also: Jose Mourinho claimed to have "made 11 mistakes" when it came to team selection after Newcastle ended his Chelsea side's nine-game unbeaten run.



    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Chris Robshaw and Owen Farrell each scored their first tries for their country as England kicked off their autumn international programme with a 20-13 win over Australia at Twickenham. Also: First the early-season surge. Yesterday came the landmark victory over one of the early title contenders. Arsene Wenger has been told in recent weeks that his Arsenal side must prove themselves against the Premier League's form teams and, at the moment, one can ask for little more than a victory over the swashbucklers of Liverpool.



    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    Long after the end, Coldplay's Paradise blasted out across Twickenham as they presented a non-trophy to mark England's successful start to the autumn campaign. Also: November was supposed to be the start of a six-week period that tested Arsenal's credentials as possible Premier League champions.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Alan Pardew savoured a famous victory over Chelsea - then dedicated it to controversial owner Mike Ashley. Also: Martin Jol and Chris Hughton are under pressure as managers of Fulham and Norwich City.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    A tale of two Cities and three keepers at the Etihad yesterday as Manchester City went goal crazy. Also: European kings Bayern Munich want Manchester City hot-shot Sergio Aguero as a big-money signing for next season.



    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Aaron Ramsey fired Arsenal five points clear at the top of the Premier League - and insisted his strike against Liverpool was one of his finest. Also: Sven-Goran Eriksson last night confirmed he signed a contract to replace Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Jose Mourinho yesterday launched a stinging attack on his "soft" players after Chelsea's shock 2-0 defeat at Newcastle. Also: Man United and City are poised to make a £65m raid on Porto for their centre-backs Eliaquim Mangala and Nicolas Otamendi.



    SUNDAY EXPRE
    SS: Furious Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho tore into his multi-million pound superstars after they were beaten by Newcastle - accusing them of being "too soft" for the Premiership battle. Also: England full-back Mike Brown last night warned Stuart Lancaster's side are only going to get better after they recovered from 13-6 down to beat Australia.



    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Sir Alex Ferguson tried to stop Wayne Rooney playing for England at the 2006 World Cup, according to claims in a new autobiography by former national team manager Sven-Goran Eriksson. Also: England goalkeeper Joe Hart watched from the substitutes' bench yesterday as his Manchester City team-mates thrashed Norwich 7-0 - then received a warning from manager Manuel Pellegrini that he faces a fight to win his place back.

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    THE SUN:
    Steven Caulker was crowned the king of Cardiff after he dumped old club Swansea in the Welsh derby. Also: Manuel Pellegrini does not know when he will recall Joe Hart to the Manchester City team.



    DAILY STAR:
    Andre Villas-Boas last night defended his shot-shy Tottenham team after they missed the chance to go second. Also: Malky Mackay hailed his team's derby win as a triumph for his backroom team in a veiled dig at owner Vincent Tan.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Malkay Mackay led Cardiff to their best Premier League result with a glorious South Wales derby triumph amid fresh doubts over his future. Also: They called Swansea 'graveyard of ambition' for a time.



    DAILY MAIL
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    Andre Villas-Boas was criticised last night for allowing Hugo Lloris to play on after being knocked out in Tottenham's 0-0 draw at Everton. Also: England head coach Stuart Lancaster is ready to show his ruthless streak by changing a winning team as he tries to find the right formula to upset the All Blacks again.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Malkay Mackay launched a thinly-veiled attack on Cardiff owner Vincent Tan by praising his staff for the signings made in the summer - one of whom, the impressive Steven Caulker, netted to win Wales' first top-flight derby. Also: England will lose the Ashes this winter if captain Alastair Cook persists with his negative tactics, according to Shane Warne.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The day that Cardiff City had been waiting for since promotion brought the result they had spent the nights dreaming of. Also: Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas admitted he overruled the advice of his medical staff in allowing goalkeeper Hugo Lloris to play on with a head injury following a collision with Everton striker Romelu Lukaku 14 minutes from time in this otherwise uneventful stalemate.



    THE TIMES
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    Stuart Lancaster has warned his England side that their victory over Australia will be worthless if they do not follow it up with a performance and victory against Argentina on Saturday. Also: With two events remaining in the omnium in the Manchester velodrome yesterday, Laura Trott had a choice to make.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    Malkay Mackay paid tribute to Cardiff's players, staff and supporters after a "tough four weeks" and pointedly avoided any mention of the owner, Vincent Tan, after Steven Caulker's second-half header vanquished a disappointing Swansea side. Also: Jack Wilshere is expected to miss Arsenal's Champions League tie at Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday as he struggles with his latest injury to a foot.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Shane Warne has singled out captain Alastair Cook's "negative" captaincy as the main reason England will fail to record an unprecedented fourth successive Ashes series victory. Also: Malky Mackay, the Cardiff manager, pointedly avoided reference to Vincent Tan, the club's controversial owner, after his team had defeated Swansea 1-0 in the first all-Welsh Premier League game yesterday.

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    THE SUN -
    Manuel Pellegrini has warned Russian racists they will face a zero tolerance policy at the Etihad on Tuesday night. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has been slammed by FIFA for not substituting his KO'd keeper Hugo Lloris at Everton on Sunday... Sven-Goran Eriksson advised Roman Abramovich to buy Chelsea over Tottenham.



    THE INDEPENDENT -
    The Professional Footballers' Association and FIFPro on Monday night led the calls for a change to the laws to ensure that any injured player who has lost consciousness is immediately substituted. Also: CSKA Moscow arrived in Manchester still aggrieved and defiant at the punishment handed out for the racial abuse suffered by City's Yaya Toure.



    THE TIMES -
    David Moyes believes that Adnan Januzaj will get "kicked up and down" unless referees start to give the young Manchester United winger more protection. Also: CSKA Moscow have accepted their punishment for the racist abuse inflicted on Yaya Toure but believe the UEFA-imposed sanction - the partial closure of their stadium for one match - is an "overreaction" caused by "exaggerated" reports of the severity of the incident.



    DAILY STAR -
    Tottenham have been slammed for allowing Hugo Lloris to play on after his horrific collision with Romelu Lukaku. Also: Calamity keeper Joe Hart accepts his 'rest' will benefit him in the long run... David Moyes fears rising star Adnan Januzaj has become a target of bullies at home and abroad.



    DAILY MAIL -
    The footballers' union on Monday night led calls for anyone suspected of suffering concussion during a match to be automatically removed from the field of play. Also: David Moyes insists starlet Adnan Januzaj must be protected after Sascha Riether became the first player to be punished for an incident missed by referees... CSKA Moscow have again risked the wrath of Manchester City by insisting reports of Yaya Toure being racially abused in Russia had been exaggerated.



    DAILY MIRROR -
    Fulham's Sascha Riether faces a three-match ban after becoming the first player to be judged by the Premier League's 'star chamber' of former referees. Also: Fernando Torres is set to miss Chelsea's Champions League clash with Schalke after limping out of training... David Moyes has backed Manchester United rising star Adnan Januzaj to beat the bullies at home and abroad.



    THE GUARDIAN -
    CSKA Moscow's manager, Leonid Slutsky, has branded the fallout from Yaya Toure being racially abused by a section of fans an "overreaction" and said the situation had been exaggerated, though he was clear the club is against all racism. Also: The Premier League's expert group of doctors are to examine the rules around concussion and head injuries as Tottenham were forced to defend their decision to keep their goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, on the pitch in the face of widespread criticism from FIFA, players' unions and charities.



    DAILY EXPRESS -
    Manuel Pellegrini told CSKA Moscow they got what they deserved following their stadium ban for the monkey taunts at Yaya Toure. Also: David Moyes admits he still has not read a word of Sir Alex Ferguson's latest book - but has packed a copy snugly in his suitcase for the trip to Real Sociedad... Arsene Wenger has warned his Premier League leaders they cannot allow themselves "a little breather" in their search for honours this season.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH -
    David Moyes has demanded increased protection from referees for Adnan Januzaj after Fulham's Sascha Riether was charged by the Football Association for stamping on the Manchester United winger. Also: Tottenham have vigorously defended their actions in the aftermath of Hugo Lloris' head injury against Everton on Sunday after being accused of displaying an "irresponsible and reckless" attitude towards their goalkeeper's health.

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    Daily Express:
    Manchester City's Alvaro Negredo scored a hat-trick to trample over CSKA Moscow at the Etihad and march into the knock-out stages of the Champions League for the first time. Also: Brazil's World Cup build-up was thrown into chaos last night after the cancellation of a major football conference in Rio de Janeiro because of the continuing civil unrest in the country.



    Daily Star:
    Manchester City sailed into the Champions League knockout stages last night. Also: Jose Mourinho has accused his Chelsea stars of being too cocky.



    Daily Mirror:
    Alvaro Negredo plundered a hat-trick as Manchester City stormed into the knock-out stages of the Champions League for the first time in the club's history. Also: Ashley Young was caught up in a fresh diving storm as Manchester United were held to a goalless draw in Spain.

    Daily Mail:
    Manchester City strikers Sergio Aguero and Alvaro Negredo put on a dazzling Bonfire Night display to seal a place in the Champions League knockout stage for the first time. Also: England are ready to throw caution to the wind by picking Christian Wade on the wing against Argentina at Twickenham on Saturday.



    The Sun:
    Yaya Toure silenced CSKA's fans as City reached the Champions League KO stages for the first time. Also: Marouane Fellaini saw red on a frustrating night for Manchester United.



    The Times:
    Manchester City finally ended their Champions League jinx last night by sweeping aside CSKA Moscow 5-2 at the Etihad Stadium to ensure they will feature in the competition's knockout stage for the first time. Also: Perhaps all the talk of a Manchester United revival has been exaggerated.



    The Independent:
    Manchester City reached the last 16 of the Champions League for the first time last night as Alvaro Negredo and Sergio Aguero helped them to a 5-2 win over CSKA Moscow. Also: The rain-streaked night had been bad enough before Ashley Young made it worse, in a desperately familiar way.



    The Guardian
    : Manchester City have endured so many difficult moments in the Champions League they will relish the fact they have finally qualified for the knockout stages with something to spare. Also: Soccerex, the major football convention due to be staged in Rio de Janeiro on the eve of the World Cup draw, has been summarily cancelled after it said the government had withdrawn its support because of "ongoing civic unrest".



    Daily Telegraph:
    Manchester City progressed to the knockout stages of the Champions League for the first time thanks to their brilliant strike-force. Also: Ashley Young is facing further unwanted scrutiny for another diving controversy as Manchester United squandered the chance to secure a place in the Champions League knock-out stages.

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    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho sensationally axed Eden Hazard last night. Also: Aaron Ramsey fired Arsenal to another famous win in Germany; Wayne Rooney has taunted Arsenal saying: We've seen them fade away before.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Jurgen Klopp predicted Champions League glory for Arsenal after Aaron Ramsey's winner stunned Borussia Dortmund. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has hit out at 'incompetent' experts who slammed his decision to let Hugo Lloris play on after suffering a head injury in Tottenham's 0-0 draw at Everton on Sunday; England coach Stuart Lancaster will spring a surprise by dropping the experienced Dan Cole for Saturday's Test against Argentina at Twickenham.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Arsene Wenger celebrated one of Arsenal's great European nights as magical Aaron Ramsey struck again. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has launched a blistering attack on Everton's Romelu Lukaku.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Aaron Ramsey hit the perfect note with the second-half winner to hand Arsenal a famous Champions League win. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has accused Everton striker Romelu Lukaku of failing to do enough to avoid a collision with Hugo Lloris, after reacting angrily to the "astonishing" criticism fired at him for not substituting his injured goalkeeper.


    DAILY STAR:
    Aaron Ramsey kept up his stunning goalscoring run to secure a famous win for Arsenal last night. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has blamed Romelu Lukaku for knocking out Hugo Lloris.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    If Arsenal really are the symphony orchestra that Jurgen Klopp so colourfully described, there can be no doubt who has emerged this season as their lead conductor. Also: Roy Hodgson and Gareth Southgate have twice held talks to discuss whether Ravel Morrison, Saido Berahino and Luke Shaw are ready to be promoted from England Under-21s to the senior side.


    THE TIMES:
    Arsenal and Chelsea secured impressive victories last night as both London clubs took a big step towards qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League. Also: Michael Carberry was probably the one England player not to feel the wrath of Shane Warne's judgment earlier this week, but the influence of Warne on his stature as a batsman long pre-dates the controversial and wide-ranging interview published three days ago.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Aaron Ramsey can do no wrong. Everything he touches turns to goals right now and if his 11th of an already stellar season was arguably the scruffiest of the bunch, it positively dripped with prestige value. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has angrily defended his decision to allow Hugo Lloris to continue playing against Everton on Sunday, despite the goalkeeper appearing disoriented after being hit on the head by Romelu Lukaku's knee as the pair challenged for a ball.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The father of England's Andros Townsend has insisted that the Kick It Out anti-racism organisation was right to seek an explanation from the Football Association about manager Roy Hodgson's half-time joke last month in which his son was referred to as "the monkey". Also: Aaron Ramsey's superb season continued last night when he scored Arsenal's winner to secure a famous 1-0 triumph at Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
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    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson vowed "I won't change" despite the storm caused by his "feed the monkey" talk. Also: Eden Hazard was dumped by Jose Mourinho after losing his passport.


    DAILY MAIL
    Brendan Rodgers expects England captain Steven Gerrard to bring the curtain down on his international career after next summer's World Cup finals. Also: AP McCoy completed the remarkable feat of riding 4,000 winners on Thursday - then refused to rule out reaching the seemingly impossible 5,000 milestone.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Record-breaker Tony McCoy rode his 4,000th winner - and then claimed it's the first time he has ever felt proud of himself. Also: Roy Hodgson insists he does not care which player accused him of racism last month - but admitted the "space monkey" controversy had "tarnished" his World Cup delight.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Jumping legend AP McCoy rode into the record books by notching his 4,000th winner at Towcester yesterday - and the drinks were on his boss JP McManus. Also: Swansea looked set for another memorable Europa League victory last night - before conceding a late goal for the second time against Kuban Krasnodar in a 1-1 draw in Russia.


    DAILY STAR:
    Roy Hodgson won't hunt down the England mole next week. Also: Jermain Defoe wrote himself into Tottenham legend as Spurs reached the knockout stages of the Europa League.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    England's cricketers have come under fresh attack on their Ashes tour - for their specific, exacting and even, to an old-fashioned Australian eye, slightly pretentious dietary requirements. Also: Roy Hodgson has publicly exonerated himself from any wrongdoing after stating that any of the England players who were offended or taken aback by his "feed the monkey" line about Andros Townsend "misconstrued" his words.


    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson, the England manager, said last night that it has become imperative to show his faith in Joe Hart to avoid inflicting further damage to the Manchester City goalkeeper's confidence.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Chris Ashton suffered his share of trials and tribulations at the back end of last season: the swallow-diving wing finally admitted as much during the build-up to last week's victory over Australia, having spent much of the 2013 Six Nations pretending everything was hunky-dory. If he thinks those problems are safely behind him as a result of a bright start to the Premiership campaign with Saracens, he would be well advised to think again.

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    THE TIMES:
    Jose Mourinho last night claimed that the Premier League is laughing at Chelsea by scheduling their fixture against West Brom for this afternoon. Also: Brendan Rodgers believes that Liverpool's top priority in the January transfer window must be signing players capable of instantly improving their first team.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Ryan Giggs last night scoffed at the idea that Arsenal are favourites for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash at Old Trafford and warned that the title race will only begin in the new year. Also: Three men, including a former private investigator at the firm hired by Tottenham during their failed bid for the Olympic Stadium, have admitted to 'snooping' on Karren Brady and another senior figures at West Ham.


    DAILY STAR:

    Arsene Wenger has stoked up Arsenal's big trip to Old Trafford by suggesting referees won't be intimidated by Manchester United now that Sir Alex Ferguson has retired. Also: David Moyes has launched a string defence of Ashley Young and insists he has no problem with the Manchester United star.


    THE SUN:
    Ashley Young has been branded a "diver and a cheat" by the man he got booked in Manchester United's Champions League bore draw at Real Sociedad. Also: David Moyes rejected the chance to sign Mesut Ozil because he did not believe Manchester United needed him.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    He may have been lifted to hear England manager Roy Hodgson publicly back him this week, but any hopes that Joe Hart could be given the same kind of support from his club manager were dashed yesterday as Manuel Pellegrini confirmed there is no time-frame set for his return to the Manchester City side. Also: Sepp Blatter has admitted he is open to the possibility of staging the 2022 World Cup in more than one Gulf nation after revealing several countries had offered to co-host the tournament with Qatar.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    BT Sport was last night close to declaring victory in its battle to add Champions League football to its growing portfolio and deal what could be a huge blow to BSkyB and ITV. Also: Arsene Wenger strides confidently into Old Trafford this weekend, wanting to welcome David Moyes to "our world of pressure" and wondering whether there was also a world of pressure for officials when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge. "That's a question you shouldn't ask me but the referees," said Wenger waspishly.


    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Arsene Wenger has stepped into Sir Alex Ferguson's shoes to put the pressure on referee Michael Oliver ahead of tomorrow's showdown with Manchester United. Also: Dylan Hartley knows he has one game to book his place against New Zealand next week and gain a headstart in the race to the World Cup.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Arsene Wenger took a final swipe at former rival Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday. Also: Brendan Rodgers will plead his case with Liverpool's owners for two big January signings to deliver Champions League football.


 

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