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    Latest Paper Talk
    Sunday November 9

    Arsenal are closing in on a £22m January deal for Real Madrid star Karim Benzema.
    Jack Wilshere has been put on a special fitness programme to sort out his injury problems.
    Manchester United are watching a Fulham wonderkid they believe could be the new Didier Drogba - Moussa Dembele.
    Stoke boss Mark Hughes will make a cut-price move for Manchester City's Joleon Lescott in January.
    Newcastle are closely monitoring Ola Toivonen's contract talks with PSV.
    Liverpool have lined up England new boy Jay Rodriguez as a replacement for Luis Suarez.
    Crystal Palace have pulled off a coup by landing Iain Moody as their new Sporting Director.

    David Beckham is set to be knighted.
    Roy Hodgson has told Joe Hart his England place is under threat if he remains frozen out at Manchester City.
    Malky Mackay praised Crystal Palace for appointing his ally Iain Moody - and refused to deny he could join him at Selhurst Park.
    Alvaro Negredo is expecting a Spanish Armada to set sail in the Premier League in the next few years - and he even believes Lionel Messi could be tempted to try his luck in England.
    Liverpool are trying to tie up a deal for young Derby ace Will Hughes before the January transfer window even opens.
    DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
    Joe Hart is facing an Etihad exit with Man City stepping up their search for an experienced keeper.
    Chelsea have entered the race to sign William Carvalho - dubbed the new Patrick Viera.
    Luke Shaw has repeated his desire to stay at Southampton, despite Manchester United and Chelsea being linked with the left-back.
    Arsene Wenger is preparing to raid rivals Manchester United for Javier Hernandez in January.
    Arsenal have revived their interest in Manchester City defender Micah Richards.
    Arsenal could make a shock bid for Chelsea striker Demba Ba in January.
    Spurs are weighing up a January move for £12.5million-rated Malaga youngster Sergi Darder.
    Newcastle are closely monitoring Ola Toivonen's contract talks with PSV.

    Alvara Negredo believes Lionel Messi could be playing in the Premier League within the next two years.
    Manchester City are set to offload Joe Hart - throwing England's World Cup plans into chaos.
    Jose Mourinho is keen to sign Seville's Alberto Moreno - and put the squeeze on Ashley Cole.
    Tottenham are weighing up a Januray move for Southampton defender Luke Shaw.
    Arsenal could not activate the £40million get-out clause in Luis Suarez's Liverpool contract this summer - because the player himself had scrapped it earlier in the year.
    Manchester United are on the trail of teenage Fulham sensation Moussa Dembele.
    Arsene Wenger is checking out Switzerland defender Fabian Schar.

    Martin Jol was last night on the brink of becoming the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season after Fulham's humiliating 4-0 defeat at Liverpool.

    Defiant Martin Jol insisted he won't walk away from Fulham and insists they need his expertise more than ever now they face a relegation battle.
    Man Utd boss David Moyes has hit back at Arsene Wenger's claims that his striker Robin van Persie is still an 'Arsenal man' at heart.
    Cardiff striker Craig Bellamy wants to manage Wales.
    Josh Pritchard has shunned a permanent move to Norway in a bid to make a Fulham breakthrough.

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    THE SUN:
    David Moyes celebrated victory over Arsene Wenger and roared: "That's why we're champions." Also: Manuel Pellegrini was left fearing for Manchester City's title hopes after their fourth away defeat of the season.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    David Moyes hailed Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney as Manchester United's big two halted Arsenal's title charge. Also: Manuel Pellegrini last night warned Manchester City: Sort out the away form of forget about the title.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Wayne Rooney set Manchester United a target to be top of the Barclays Premier League by January 1 after they stunned leaders Arsenal yesterday. Also: Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that his side's lousy record on the road is damaging their title credentials.


    THE TIMES:
    Wayne Rooney admitted that Manchester United's prospects of retaining the title would have been all but over had they lost to Arsenal at Old Trafford yesterday as Arsene Wenger accused his players of suffering from stage fright. Also: Now for the one that really matters, a game that should provide evidence of whether England's aspirations to become one of the top two nations in the world, capable of competing with New Zealand on level terms on a regular basis, is fact or fantasy.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Wayne Rooney described Manchester United's 1-0 win over Arsenal as a "massive lift" after the champions cut the deficit on the leaders to five points, with Robin van Persie greeting his winner by celebrating for a first time against his former club. Also: Manuel Pellegrini lucked puzzled as he attempted to explain Manchester City's persistent struggles away from home but acknowledged this weakness threatens to derail his title ambitions.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    One-nil to "the Arsenal man". Arsene Wenger will have to change his belief that his former captain still has the club in his heart. Also: Sunderland are no longer just Manchester City's bogey side in the Premier League after a fourth successive home victory. They are their nemesis.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The most satisfying handshake a Manchester United manager can share with Arsene Wenger is one in which the Arsenal manager barely deigns to glance in the direction of his opposite number. Also: There was much being made of the fourth successive defeat Manchester City have suffered at the Stadium of Light following another truly surprising result yesterday.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Moyes last night hailed Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney as the striking greats who will drive forward his Manchester United revolution after they combined to defeat Premier League leaders Arsenal. Also: Hugo Lloris was sidelined for Tottenham's 1-0 defeat after tests revealed he was still suffering the after-effects of his collision with Romelu Lukaku six days after he was declared fit to play.


    DAILY STAR:
    Wayne Rooney last night inspired Manchester United are back in the title race - and determined to be top of the table by New Year. Also: Manuel Pellegrini last night admitted Manchester City's away form could wreck their title bid.

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    THE GUARDIAN: Frank Lampard is in line to captain England in Friday's friendly against Chile to commemorate his achievement in becoming the eighth player to win 100 caps for his country, a move that will most likely see Steven Gerrard rested until next week's visit of Germany. Also: Chris Ashton looks likely to be handed a Twickenham reprieve for the second week in a row by his injured England wing rival Christian Wade.


    DAILY STAR:
    England captain Steven Gerrard is set to miss Friday's clash with Chile at Wembley. Also: Manuel Pellegrini is lining up a move for Malaga goalkeeper Willy Caballero ... Born-again Sunderland star Phil Bardsley last night claimed Paolo Di Canio tried to "destroy" him during his five months in charge.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Stuart Lancaster faces the most delicate motivational talk of his international career as England seek to strengthen their credentials as potential winners of the home World Cup in 2015 by beating New Zealand, the reigning champions, at Twickenham this weekend. Also: Novak Djokovic sent a strong reminder to Rafael Nadal and all his rivals with a convincing victory over the world number one to retain his ATP World Tour Finals title last night.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Arsene Wenger is making a fresh move for Real Madrid star Karim Benzema. Also: Phil Jones says Manchester United are relishing the fact people are writing them off under David Moyes ... Michael Clarke is ready to risk defeat and the sack to achieve an elusive first Ashes Test win in charge.

    DAILY MAIL:
    Roy Hodgson's first big week of World Cup preparation was disrupted last night when England players had to leave their hotel base because of a virus scare. Also: England were last night anxiously awaiting a medical update on Lions prop Alex Corbisiero as they faced the threat of an injury crisis among their leading looseheads.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Phil Jones claims people "hate" Manchester United because they have been so successful. Also: Cricket Australia will do all they can to keep England out of their brand-new state-of-the-art training facility in the build-up to the first Test next week.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Jose Mourinho sparked a huge tunnel bust-up at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening after branding West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson a "Mickey Mouse player". Also: Lance Armstrong has promised to cooperate with any future doping inquiry but he has also demanded greater fairness in the way drug cheats' punishments are handed out.


    THE TIMES:
    Manchester United are weighing up an ambitious move in January for Marco Reus, the Borussia Dortmund midfielder, as part of a deal that could lead to Shinji Kagawa returning to the German club. Also: Phil Bardsley has suggested that he was almost destroyed by his treatment under Paolo Di Canio during their brief but often tempestuous working relationship at Sunderland.


    THE SUN:
    Micah Richards fears his refusal to go on Roy Hodgson's standby list ahead of Euro 2012 could cost him his England career. Also: Amir Khan will get his dream fight with American legend Floyd Mayweather on May 3 next year.

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    THE GUARDIAN:/
    A former senior FIFA executive has issued a passionate call for a wide-ranging debate over the future of the game before the governing body's next presidential election in 2015, warning that a "coronation" for any candidate could be disastrous for football. Also: Michael Clarke has offered further evidence of the new mood of confidence surrounding his Australia team ahead of the Ashes by predicting the England XI for the first Test in Brisbane next week.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The verbal hostilities ahead of the Ashes series took a bizarre twist yesterday when Michael Clarke, the Australia captain, claimed that Alastair Cook had already told him Michael Carberry and Chris Tremlett would play in the first Test in Brisbane next week. Also: A Football Association plan to ban players for diving using video evidence was blocked by the Premier League and elite referees, it has emerged.

    THE TIMES
    : While England wrestle with an injury toll that has ruled out three players, including Alex Corbisiero, from the international against New Zealand on Saturday, their long-term planning has also been hit by the revelation that Manu Tuilagi could miss the entire RBS Six Nations Championship. Also: The hype around the Ashes has started to thicken as menacingly as some of the recent mists over Sydney Harbour.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    England's chances of turning the rugby world upside down for the second time in a year by beating the All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday suffered a bitter blow when the loose-head prop Alex Corbisiero dropped out with knee trouble. Also: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is believed to have sparked a 20-man row in the tunnel at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening following their 2-2 draw with West Brom, after he was said to have called defender Jonas Olsson a "Mickey Mouse player".

    DAILY STAR:
    The FA have denied claims that England players urged Roy Hodgson not to use St George's Park in their friendly double header. Also: Michael Carrick is set to give Manchester United boss David Moyes a massive headache with a long spell on the sidelines.

    THE SUN:
    John Terry is wanted by Roberto Mancini at Turkish giants Galatasaray. Also: Michael Carrick and Danny Welbeck are facing operations which would rule the Manchester United pair out until the New Year.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Southampton rookies Adam Lallana and Jay Rodriguez are poised to win their first England caps on Friday. Also: Dan Petrescu is favourite to take over as manager of Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace.

    DAILY MAIL:
    Manchester United's Barclays Premier League hopes have suffered a huge blow with the news that Michael Carrick could be out for up to six weeks. Also: The Ashes sledging kicked off yesterday when Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson admitted he will be happy to hurt England if he can't get them out.

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    England's players are too soft and have no chance of winning the World Cup next year in Brazil, according to Barcelona striker Alexis Sanchez. Also: Stuart Lancaster's options for his team to face New Zealand were reduced to virtually zero last night when prop Alex Corbisiero was followed out of contention by the wings Christian Wade and Marland Warde.

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    THE TIMES:
    England captain Chris Robshaw has urged his players to seize their opportunity on Saturday to prove that they deserve to be considered among the best teams in the world. Also: Roy Hodgson wants to reassure Joe Hart by starting the demoted Manchester City goalkeeper in one of England's two friendly games in the week ahead.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Roy Keane marked his return to football by taking a swipe at Sir Alex Ferguson's comments about him and the perception he had failed as a manager, but also with an admission that he was ready to learn from his mistakes. Also: Steven Gerrard is so determined to face Germany at Wembley next week that he has had an injection in his troublesome hip.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Roy Keane has assured the Republic of Ireland he is not an "animal" or "monster" as he responded to criticism from Sir Alex Ferguson and others by condemning the "lies" behind his difficult reputation. Also: Lance Armstrong has been urged by the International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson, to contribute into an independent inquiry into past doping within the sport, particularly regarding allegations over his relationship with the governing body.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Manchester United have secured a breakthrough in their challenging relationship with supporters, who are now prepared to explore the purchase of shares in the club among several mechanisms to finance safe standing and stadium expansion. Also: Germany football fans have turned their backs on Tuesday night's glamorous Wembley friendly against England with so little interest that the German football federation (DFB) has downgraded its ticket request to less than 1,000.


    DAILY MAIL:
    David Moyes is weighing up a sensational move for Andres Iniesta after being alerted to a rift between the star midfielder and his Barcelona bosses. Also: Steven Gerrard will have a pain-killing injection in a hip injury so that he can face Germany on Tuesday.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    England captain Chris Robshaw had promised to control his team's suspect big-match composure when they face the All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday. Also: Rickie Lambert says striker Alexis Sanchez could not have done a better job of revving England up for tomorrow's friendly against Chile by calling them "soft".


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Keane returned to the Ireland fold last night insisting he is no monster. The former Manchester United skipper stepped back into the line of fire with the Republic of Ireland this week as the controversial choice as assistant to new boss Martin O'Neill. Also: Steven Gerrard is putting himself through a course of pain-killing injections in a desperate bid to be fit to lead England against Germany next week.


    DAILY STAR:
    Phil Jones claims Wayne Rooney is in the form of his life - after he gave his Manchester United team-mate a real kicking. Also: Manuel Pellegrini has risked the wrath of the Manchester City dressing room after axing Pablo Zabaleta as vice-captain.


    THE SUN:
    England captain Steven Gerrard has been jabbed up so he is ready to face the Germans. Also: Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini delayed axing goalkeeper Joe Hart to help England qualify for the World Cup./

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    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Roy Hodgson indicated yesterday that the competition between Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines to be England's number one left-back is wide open, after 12 years of the Chelsea man having dominated the position in the team when fit. Also: Even in the unlikely event that a football genie came to Eidur Gudjohnsen before tonight's match offering him World Cup qualification for Iceland in exchange for all his medals and trophies, he would turn him down.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Steve Hansen, the All Blacks head coach, admitted last night that his team had "given themselves an upper cut" with the security lapse that allowed The Daily Telegraph to publish highly sensitive team-room revelations before tomorrow's confrontation with England at Twickenham. Also: The enormity of the challenge facing England at Twickenham was made clear yesterday when head coach Stuart Lancaster described the All Blacks as "the best team in any sport in the world".


    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson has warned Ashley Cole that his England place is under threat as competition for inclusion in the squad for the World Cup finals intensifies tonight with a warm-up match against Chile at Wembley. Also: Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, two of football's biggest talents and egos, meet tonight knowing that the World Cup is not big enough for the both of them.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Frank Lampard has admitted his century of caps will count for nothing as he and England's handful of senior players seek to convince Roy Hodgson they merit inclusion in the squad for the World Cup, with tonight's friendly against Chile at Wembley the first of three auditions before the naming of the party for Brazil. Also: The pre-match psychology when England face New Zealand is often fascinating and this week it has been especially so.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Ashley Cole was last night warned his World Cup place is in jeopardy. Also: Edin Dzeko is the latest player on Arsenal's January transfer hit-list.


    DAILY STAR:

    Roy Hodgson has told his World Cup hopefuls it's time to stand up and be counted. Also: Cocky Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims he will be a much bigger loss to the World Cup than Cristiano Ronaldo.


    THE SUN:
    Manchester United plan to have Wayne Rooney locked up on a new £53million contract by the New Year. Also: Ashley Cole has been warned he could miss next year's World Cup.


    DAILY MAIL:
    England's quest to conquer Europe and the world in the next three seasons is being financed by a huge kitty from the RFU worth more than £20million. Also: Frank Lampard admits he is in a dogfight for his place in England's World Cup squad as he prepares to receive his golden cap at Wembley.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Ashley Cole has been warned his England place is under threat and he can no longer be considered as an automatic pick ahead of the World Cup. Also: The arrogant All Blacks have poured scorn on the extent of England's ambition ahead of their clash at Twickenham tomorrow.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    England's new boys failed to impress last night as Roy Hodgson's side were booed off after defeat by Chile. Also: England will invoke the country's proud history as battling underdogs at Twickenham today when they set out to shock world champions New Zealand for a second successive time.


    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson saw his England side get burned by Chile and admitted: "We learnt a lot about ourselves." Also: Jose Mourinho says he turns to the bible before Chelsea's matches.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    England's World Cup plans were left cold last night as Alexis Sanchez scored twice to stun them at Wembley. Also: England expect more of the 'snarling underdog mentality' that saw them to victory over New Zealand last year when they meet again at Twickenham today.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Hodgson's England rookies found Chile too hot to handle as they slumped to defeat at Wembley. Also: Chris Coleman went to war with Craig Bellamy and Wales fans yesterday.


    DAILY STAR:
    England were handed a World Cup wake-up call by red-hot Chile at Wembley last night. Also: Chelsea are eyeing a £35m bid for Porto's Jackson Martinez.


    THE TIMES:
    The taste of defeat and the sound of derision from the Wembley crowd have have been rare for England in recent times, but last night brought some uncomfortable reminders of the type of challenge that awaits at the World Cup in Brazil next summer. Also: Crystal Palace are growing increasingly hopeful of appointing Dan Petrescu as their new manager and an announcement could be made as early as today.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    England intend to show today that the white shirt is every bit as potent as the black. Also: England's sole consolation of a chastening night was the relief that they were not engaged in World Cup play-off action.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Steven Taylor could be charged by the Football Association and fined by Newcastle United after posting a desperately ill-judged picture on Twitter apparently mocking four black team-mates. Also: Jamaican athletics suffered further blows to its faltering reputation yesterday affter the world's fastest woman, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, threatened to go on strike and the head of the island's Anti-Doping Commission (Jadco), Herb Elliott, indicated he would resign following a Wall Street Journal report that questioned his academic qualifications.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    History? It's just one damned thing after another. Unless, of course, you're talking about the history of Test matches between England and New Zealand, which largely consists of one All Black try after another.

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    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Roy Keane has accused his old Man Utd boss of Sir Alex Ferguson of writing lies about him in the Scot's new book. Also: Two Man City strikers are poised to leave The Etihad.


    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Joe Hart and Ashley Cole WILL return to the England starting line-up for Tuesday's showdown with Germany. Also: England were left battered and bruised yesterday by the all-conquering All Blacks.


    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to offload Fernando Torres in a bold move to try and sign Monaco's £52million striker Radamel Falcao. Also: England coach Stuart Lancaster believes his side is on track to lift the World Cup - despite losing to current holders New Zealand in a pulsating game at Twickenham.

    THE PEOPLE:
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is facing a desperate fight to make England's squad for the World Cup after an injury setback. Also: Frank Lampard won't need to worry about dopey officials on Tuesday - because goal-line technology will be used for the first time in a game between England and Germany.


    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Stuart Lancaster hailed his side's best performance of the autumn series and claimed England are building a squad that can challenge for the World Cup in two years' time. Also: Queens Park Rangers's profligate spending over the past two years is likely to land them a British record fine of £60million, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.


    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    England's coach Stuart Lancaster refused to promise the world after his team were beaten 30-22 by the All Blacks, preferring instead to concentrate on what he sees as upward momentum. Also: After Friday night's chastening defeat by Chile, Roy Hodgson will reach for Plan A when Germany arrive at Wembley on Tuesday night to conduct another searching examination of England's World Cup credentials.


    THE OBSERVER:
    Joe Hart will start in goal for England against Germany on Tuesday with his international career on the line. Also: Revenge is a dish best served bold. New Zealand responded to their defeat at Twickenham a year ago, their only one since a month before the start of the 2011 World Cup, with a masterclass in finishing and an appreciation of time and space befitting the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, but the more emphatic statement was made by an England team who, 17 minutes in, were standing underneath an erupting volcano.


    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    England head coach Stuart Lancaster last night spoke of his disappointment at his team's failure to capitalise on their marvellous fightback against New Zealand by recording a second successive victory over the world's leading team. Also: Joe Hart will start Tuesday's England's friendly against Germany with increased doubts over his club future, after it emerged that Manchester City are planning a move to sign Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar in January.


    THE SUNDAY TIMES
    : Roy Hodgson is confident that Joe Hart will get his career back on track against Germany on Tuesday but warns there will be no hiding place for the England goalkeeper if he produces another bad performance. Also: England produced their best performance of the month in their only defeat of the November campaign.


    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Wayne Rooney has been taunted by Andre Schurrle and told: You'd struggle to get in the German team. Also: Jermain Defoe last night accused Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas of wrecking his World Cup dream.

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    Daily Express:
    Jack Wilshere believes England must start fighting dirty if they are to compete with the different styles that they will meet in the World Cup finals. Also: Roy Hodgson has challenged England to prove they can stand toe-to-toe with Germany and answer the "massive questions" their arch-rivals will ask of them at Wembley tomorrow.



    Daily Star:
    Roy Hodgson has urged England to show their bottle and go toe to toe with Germany. Also: David Haye's ring career could be over.



    Daily Mirror:
    Roy Hodgson has revealed he nearly became Germany boss. Also: Publishers of Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography have agreed to refund a customer - because so many inaccuracies have been found in the book.



    The Sun:
    Roy Hodgson last night challenged under-pressure keeper Joe Hart to show he is England's No 1. Also: David Haye has quit boxing because of a shoulder injury.



    Daily Mail:
    Lance Armstrong has accused cycling's ruling body of knowing he was a drug cheat and encouraging him to cover up his doping. Also: England should place an advert with recruitment firms, headed "Magicians Wanted", after an agonising end to the autumn campaign proved that what they lack is a scorer's touch.



    Daily Telegraph:
    Germany will ask "massive questions" of England tomorrow, according to Roy Hodgson, who still believes his players will "show they are every bit as good" as the famous visitors. Also: David Haye last night withdrew from his much-anticipated all-British clash with Tyson Fury and may face retirement as doctors advised him to hang up his gloves after shoulder surgery.



    The Times:
    Roy Hodgson has hailed Germany's resurgence as the example for England to follow while they seek to emerge from a transition period over the coming years. Also: Chris Tremlett is in pole position for the role of England's third seam bowler when the Ashes begins on Thursday, despite only taking one wicket in 37 overs on the tour.



    The Independent:
    Ruby Walsh and Hurricane Fly both had cause to smile yesterday after the latter galloped to a world record of 17 Grade One wins with victory in StanJames.com Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown. Also: Roy Hodgson has thrown his support behind Joe Hart, who he said is determined to prove that he can be trusted in goal tomorrow night against Germany at Wembley, his first game in more than three weeks.



    The Guardian:
    David Haye's never-dull boxing career looks to be lurching towards an unscheduled conclusion. Also: Roy Hodgson has warned his England players there will have to be a significant improvement against Germany tomorrow night or they could risk another demoralising defeat in their penultimate game before he has to pick his World Cup squad.

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    THE SUN:
    Steven Gerrard insists England will not be humiliated by Germany again tonight. Also: Andros Townsend has been marked out by Germany as England's danger man tonight...James Anderson has revved up his long-running feud with Michael Clarke by branding the Aussie skipper "paranoid".


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Roy Hodgson said yesterday that he was confident Daniel Sturridge was ready to play against Germany tonight and that he would use the Liverpool striker as he saw fit - especially as he had been playing with his current hip problem for his club. Also: Fourteen years on, the first of the smoking guns in the Lance Armstrong scandals - and one which could have cost him the 1999 Tour de France - began spitting bullets again yesterday after the Texan claimed former UCI president Hein Verbruggen had been involved in one of Armstrong's cover-ups for drugs in the race.


    THE TIMES:
    Steven Gerrard believes that England are ready to atone for their humiliating 2010 World Cup defeat by Germany of Wembley this evening. Also: Liverpool will provide a private jet for Luis Suarez to try to ensure that the Uruguay striker returns from international duty in good time for the Merseyside derby.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Pressure was last night growing on Lance Armstrong and former world cycling chief Hein Verbruggen to reveal the full details behind Armstrong's serial doping. Also: Joe Hart returns to England's starting line-up at Wembley this evening as Roy Hodgson claimed Germany hold no fear for them...Kevin Pietersen will go into the first Ashes Test in Brisbane on Thursday at the centre of a war of words with the Australians.


    DAILY STAR:
    Eden Hazard has told Chelsea team-mate Kevin De Bruyne to quit Stamford Bridge to save his World Cup dream. Also: Jimmy Anderson has resumed his war of words with Aussie skipper Michael Clarke in the build-up to Thursday's first Test in Brisbane...Tyson Fury last night branded David Haye a "complete laughing stock".


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Steven Gerrard will lead England out in tonight's friendly against Germany having insisted the current national team is stronger and better balanced than the side overwhelmed so comprehensively by the Germans in Bloemfontein at the 2010 World Cup. Also: The Australia coach Ewen McKenzie says he is "very disappointed" with the 15 members of his touring squad who have been disciplined after a drunken night out in Dublin last week.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Steven Gerrard last night promised there will never be a repeat of England's World Cup humiliation by Germany. Also: The tensions between James Anderson and Michael Clarke will reach fever pitch in the Ashes after the England man branded the Aussie 'paranoid'.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Dietmar Hamann has mocked the way Andros Townsend has emerged from relative obscurity to become England's new "saviour". Also: With just 48 hours to go and with the scent of Australian batsmen stirring his blood, Jimmy Anderson reignited his long-running feud with Michael Clarke, labelling the Aussie captain "paranoid" and telling him to stick to "actions not words".


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Steven Gerrard is hoping that a series of special back injections last week will extend his career for at least two seasons after crediting the procedure for his return to top form. Also: The former head of world cycling says he will cooperate with an independent commission into the sport's doping culture but questioned Lance Armstrong's credibility.


 

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