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THE SUN: England's World Cup plans went Per-shaped last night as they were beaten by bitter rivals Germany. Also: David

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    THE SUN:
    England's World Cup plans went Per-shaped last night as they were beaten by bitter rivals Germany. Also: David Moyes has suffered another injury blow with Phil Jones ruled out for two key games.


    DAILY MAIL:
    England manager Roy Hodgson admitted his side lacked quality last night as they were taught another pre-World Cup lesson by Germany. Also: Kevin Pietersen feared his international career was over in the midst of the text crisis that ripped England apart last year.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Kevin Pietersen insisted yesterday that he has no intention of imminent retirement and sounded ready to eat Australia for breakfast. Also: While Europe came alive last night with Cristiano Ronaldo's heroics in Stockholm and France's great comeback in Paris, so Wembley muttered and grumbled as a familiar plot-line involving England and those obdurate chaps they call Die Nationalmannschaft unfolded.


    THE TIMES:
    The scale of the challenge facing England at next summer's World Cup finals was laid bare last night when they were beaten 1-0 by an experimental Germany missing many of their leading players. Also: So there will be no Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the World Cup finals. A crying shame to say the least, but comfort yourself in the knowledge that the remarkable figure of Cristiano Ronaldo will be in Brazil next summer.


    DAILY STAR:
    Roy Hodgson made history at Wembley last night - but not the sort he will want to be remembered for. Also: Desperate Crystal Palace have re-opened talks with Tony Pulis about their vacant manager's job.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Per Mertesacker condemned England to their first back-to-back defeats at Wembley for 36 years. Also: Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a sensational hat-trick to book Portugal's spot at the World Cup finals.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Again, England suffered the ignominy of being booed inside their national stadium. They had lost for the second time in five days, the first occasion since 1977 they have been beaten on their own ground in successive matches, and the truth is there was not a great deal to discourage the sense that Roy Hodgson's team are still having trouble shaking off some old failings. Also: If Portugal decide to record a song to accompany their passage to Brazil, maybe they will consider borrowing something from the Millwall pantheon in honour of their captain.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    This is the first time that England have lost back-to-back games at Wembley since the Tartan Army were on the pitch and Rod Stewart was at No 1 with 'I Don't Want To Talk About It', which reflected the reaction to England's defending last night. Also: BT is flirting with the idea of bidding for the rights to the World Cup after the head of its broadcast wing said last night that he would "welcome" talks with FIFA on the matter.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker's goal saw a second-string Germany side sink England's big guns last night. Also: Alastair Cook has called on his England side to storm the fortress of the Gabba in the first Ashes Test, which starts here today, and inflict a devastating blow on Australian confidence.

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    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson has slammed the door on any possible World Cup wildcards. Also: Joe Hart is set to be back on the bench for Manchester City's Etihad crunch with Spurs on Sunday.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    It scarcely seems credible that a player in England's Ashes party could lose his way before the first Test has been completed, but Steven Finn is in danger of becoming surplus to requirements on this tour unless he can sort out his bowling problems. Also: The International Cricket Council has admitted that the umpires will be unfamiliar with the new decision review system being used this Ashes series, sparking fears that there may be more of the controversy which dogged the last series in England.


    THE TIMES:
    England laid claim to an early victory even before the Ashes series began in Brisbane last night with confirmation that Sam Robson, the talented Middlesex batsman who was born in Sydney, has pledged his long-term future to them rather than Australia. Also: Ashley Cole may miss Chelsea's match against West Ham in the Barclays Premier League on Saturday after aggravating a long-standing rib injury in England's 1-0 defeat by Germany.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    England midfielder Jack Wilshere fears he could miss out on a place in Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad next summer. Also: Julian Draxler has been sounding out German international colleagues about Arsenal as speculation increases he could join Mesut Ozil, Per Mertesacker and Lukas Podolski at the Emirates in the summer.


    DAILY STAR
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    Steven Gerrard last night warned: Don't expect us to win the World Cup. Also: Roy Hodgson has finished John Terry's England career once and for all.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Steven Gerrard has offered a frank assessment of England's World Cup chances, saying that the national team will not travel to Brazil as anything more than outsiders. Also: FIFA has said "fair working conditions with a lasting effect must be introduced quickly in Qatar" after Sepp Blatter admitted that widespread abuse of migrant workers was "unacceptable" following a meeting with international union leaders in Zurich.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Jack Wilshere is involved in another club versus country row after suffering an ankle injury against Germany. Also: Cristiano Ronaldo has emerged as the favourite to win FIFA's prestigious Ballon d'Or award over rival Lionel Messi following a surprise decision to extend the voting deadline.


    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Expectations are already in retreat after England's back-to-back Wembley defeats this week, but captain Steven Gerrard does not think that is a bad thing. Also: Wojciech Szczesny is confident that Arsenal can maintain their table-topping form and push for the Premier League title.


    DAILY MIRROR
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    West Brom risk losing manager Steve Clarke for nothing in the summer after failing to open contract talks with him. Also: Chelsea and Manchester United are locked in a transfer battle for an Argentinian wonderkid aged just eight.

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    THE TIMES:
    English clubs were in danger of being cut adrift from European competitions as the dispute over the future of the Heineken Cup took an acrimonious new twist on Thursday night. Also: Brendan Rodgers is hoping that Daniel Sturridge's international exertions will not prevent him from starting against Everton, having conceded it is "not ideal" that the forward has been unable to train since returning from England duty.

    DAILY STAR:
    Gus Poyet has warned Sunderland he will walk out if he doesn't get his own way over player recruitment. Also: Brendan Rodgers has taken a swipe at Roy Hodgson for risking the fitness of Daniel Sturridge... The Football Association is on a collision course with Premier League clubs over England's World Cup stars.
    THE SUN:
    Tony Pulis is expected to be unveiled as Crystal Palace manager on Friday. Also: Kevin Pietersen has been told to stop criticising Brisbane - and try getting out more... Roberto Martinez must shackle the Premier League's deadliest duo if he is finally to get the better of Brendan Rodgers.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Police on Thursday night warned English football risks complacency in the fight against hooliganism after a supporter's guilty plea for a breach of a banning order revealed the lengths that some will go to maintain a presence at games. Also: Arsene Wenger insisted that Jack Wilshere is fit to play for Arsenal against Southampton, and that he was relaxed about his involvement for England during the recent internationals.

    DAILY MAIL:
    The Aussies scored one of the biggest own goals in Ashes history here on the first day of the first Test. Also: The prospect of English clubs being frozen out of rugby's European Cup loomed ever larger on Thursday night after five of the six major unions pledged to support the current format... Roy Hodgson fears his World Cup plans could be derailed by top Barclays Premier League clubs taking England players on money-spinning tours at the end of the season.


    DAILY MIRROR: Gus Poyet has warned Sunderland he could walk out unless he gets the final say on transfer targets. Also: Brendan Rodgers is praying the international break has not broken his SAS partnership... Sergio Aguero says he has no intention of leaving Manchester City - despite being linked with Real Madrid.

    THE GUARDIAN:
    The prospect of two rival European club tournaments next season grew on Thursday when the four RaboDirect unions and France announced the Heineken Cup would continue and the English and French clubs insisted their Rugby Champions Cup would go ahead regardless. Also: Gus Poyet has made it clear there will be problems at Sunderland if he is not given the final say on transfers... Daniel Sturridge's preparations for the Merseyside derby were described as "not ideal" after the Liverpool striker played through the pain barrier for England against Germany.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Stuart Broad described himself as a "silent assassin" after he responded to sustained abuse from the Gabba crowd and the Australian media by taking five wickets on the first day of the Ashes series. Also: The Football Association is to plead with Premier League clubs to resist the temptation of lucrative post-season tours next May and give England players a longer rest in advance of the World Cup finals.

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Roy Hodgson fears England's players could suffer World Cup burn-out if Premier League clubs embark on money-spinning end-of-season tours. Also: Carl Froch and George Groves swapped increasingly vicious verbal insults on the eve of Saturday's world title showdown... Stuart Broad has told all of Australia they are picking on the wrong man after using the abuse to fire himself to a five-wicket haul in the first Ashes Test.

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    DAILY STAR:
    Jose Mourinho was locked in an amazing war of words with pal Steve Clarke last night. Also: Carl Froch handed challenger George Groves a chilling warning ahead of their world title clash at a sold-out Manchester Arena tonight.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    West Brom manager Steve Clarke claims Jose Mourinho is using his row with referees chief Mike Riley as a smokescreen for Chelsea's poor results. Also: Crystal palace's embarrassing search for a new manager will finally end this morning when Tony Pulis signs a £1million-a-year deal with a £500,000 bonus if he keeps them up.


    THE SUN:
    David Moyes says Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Manchester United. Also: Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal can win the Premier League without signing a new striker in January.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roberto Martinez has had a pop at Liverpool by revealing he could never have taken the manager's job at Anfield. Also: Arsene Wenger says Theo Walcott can fire Arsenal to the title - and stop him making a big mistake in January.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Jose Mourinho has attacked Mike Riley for making a personal apology to West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke and warned that the referees' chief has set a dangerous precedent. Also: Geoff Boycott branded England "pathetic" after the loss of six wickets for nine runs on the second day of the first Test in Brisbane handed the Ashes initiative to Australia.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Roberto Martinez, the Everton manager, has told Liverpool ahead of the Merseyside derby that though today's visitors are wealthier, money is no guarantee of success or "happiness" in football. Also: Theo Walcott is back in the squad for Arsenal against former club Southampton at the Emirates today after three months out with injury, providing manager Arsene Wenger with much-needed options out wide and up front.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Graham Gooch has seen it all before but this particular English collapse against Australia might have surprised him more than most of his predecessors. Also: Roberto Martinez has said he does not envy Brendan Rodgers' job or transfer budget at Liverpool as he is "allowed to work" in his own way at Everton.


    THE TIMES:
    Arsene Wenger made the bold claim last night that Arsenal can win the Barclays Premier League title without bringing in a striker in January, an assertion that is likely to frustrate many supporters after he failed to sign players to capitalise on chances of winning silverware in recent seasons.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Mitchell Johnson appears to have lost his fear of playing England, while their apprehension about him looks to be growing. Also: Rio Ferdinand has spoken for the first time about his role on the Football Association Commission to examine the future of the national team and claimed that the England team have no identity.

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    THE GUARDIAN:
    Andre Villas-Boas has said he and his Tottenham Hotspur players should be "ashamed of ourselves" after the club lost 6-0 at Manchester City, their heaviest defeat in the Premier League since 1996. Also: Alastair Cook has admitted that it is "pretty much war" out on the pitch after the first Test ended in acrimony with Michael Clarke appearing to tell Jimmy Anderson to "get ready for a f****** broken arm".


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Michael Clarke threatened Jimmy Anderson with physical harm and Alastair Cook attacked David Warner's behaviour as the Ashes exploded into open hostility yesterday. Also: Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was fortunate to avoid being shown a straight red card yesterday when he hacked down Jordon Mutch of Cardiff City during the 2-2 draw in the Welsh capital, in which the home side scored a dramatic late equaliser.


    THE TIMES:
    Michael Clarke promised no let-up in the hard-edged approach that helped Australia to crush England by 381 runs in an ill-tempered climax to the first Ashes Test at the Gabba. Also: For all George Groves' heroics on Saturday night, he woke up yesterday morning having to come to terms with defeat.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Alastair Cook said last night that the Ashes series had turned into a "war" after his England side suffered a humiliating 381-run defeat by Australia in a bitterly contested first Test at the Gabba. Also: Tottenham Hotspur have kept the back door shut for most of the season but here Manchester City picked the lick deftly and then knocked the door off its hinges for good measure.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Furious manager Andre Villas-Boas last night apologised to Tottenham fans for a performance that left him "ashamed and embarrassed". Also: Michael Clarke sparked a furious on-field row with Jimmy Anderson as the first Ashes Test ended in acrimony and heavy defeat for England at the Gabba.


    DAILY MAIL:
    The Ashes exploded into bad feeling and rancour yesterday after England had crashed in the first Test at the Gabba, with defeated captain Alastair Cook declaring. 'This is war'. Also: David Moyes last night leapt to the defence of Wayne Rooney after the Manchester United striker was blasted for kicking out at Jordon Mutch in the 2-2 draw at Cardiff City.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andre Villas-Boas told his players they should be "ashamed" of themselves after Tottenham's 6-0 humiliation at Manchester City. Also: David Moyes has warned his Manchester United players that any more defensive lapses will cost them the title.


    DAILY STAR:
    Ashamed Andre Villas-Boas apologised after Tottenham were hit for six by Manchester City. Also: Carl Froch is ready for a megabucks rematch with George Groves.....Wayne Rooney lost the plot again yesterday, as Manchester United slipped up at Cardiff.


    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney was blasted after kicking out at Cardiff's Jordon Mutch yesterday. Also: Alastair Cook described the aggro at the end of the first Test as a "war" after James Anderson was threatened by Michael Clarke......Andre Villas-Boas apologised to fans after Spurs' embarrassing 6-0 thumping at the Etihad.

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    THE TIMES:
    Jonathan Trott became the latest casualty of the intense atmosphere generated by the Ashes yesterday when he flew back to England and out of the series with a stress-related illness. Also: A round of matches that began with a drama-laden Merseyside derby ended in much the same fashion as Ashley Westwood's late strike ensured that little or nothing separates Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    England's tour of Australia is in crisis. The sad departure of Jonathan Trott, their number three batsman, with a stress-related illness threatens to disrupt the the stability of a team who were already facing a grim struggle for survival in the Ashes series. Also: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has laid down a challenge to his club's title rivals by insisting the busy fixture list leading up to the new year will be the survival of the fittest.


    DAILY MAIL:

    England's Ashes crisis deepened after Jonathan Trott flew home suffering from a stress-related illness. Also: Andre Villas-Boas is under mounting boardroom pressure following Tottenham's 6-0 mauling at Manchester City on Sunday.


    THE SUN:

    Jonathan Trott has flown home from the Ashes with a stress-related illness but England refuse to blame the Aussie bully boys. Also: Ashley Westwood hit a stunning strike to rescue a point for Aston Villa in a pulsating Midlands derby.


    DAILY STAR:
    Ashley Westwood smashed in a beauty to rob the Baggies of bragging rights in the West Midlands. Also: Wayne Rooney has escaped any further FA action over his kick at Jordon Mutch.


    DAILY MIRROR:

    Jonathan Trott has been backed to return to England duty after dealing with a stress-related illness that has ended his Ashes tour. Also: Manchester City want Asmir Begovic as their new No.1 to replace Joe Hart.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Andy Flower has revealed that he and Jonathan Trott made a "joint decision" that the player should return home to England after the close of play on the third day of the first Ashes Test - soon after Trott had been dismissed cheaply by Mitchell Johnson for the second time in the match, and when David Warner described those dismissals as "pretty poor and pretty weak" at a press conference. Also: Jose Mourinho has called on Chelsea to secure their passage into the knockout phase of the Champions League with victory at Basle as his players enter a cluttered and pivotal period of the season where "only the brave can survive".


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:

    Andy Flower, the England team director, delivered a sustained attack on Australia's David Warner after it emerged that Jonathan Trott had returned home from the Ashes tour with a stress-related illness. Also: With his newly shorn GI Joe haircut, Jose Mourinho last night declared that Chelsea are already entering the hard yards of the season "when only the brave survive".


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Andy Flower says David Warner's attack on Jonathan Trott "overstepped the mark" and was "ignorant". Also: Ashley Westwood's first Aston Villa goal ruined Shane Long's masterclass as the Midlands derby ended 2-2 last night.

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    THE SUN:
    Ryan Giggs inspired record-breaking Manchester United into the last 16. Also: England's sledging war with the Aussies could turn into a punch-up.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Wayne Rooney ran the show as Manchester United secured their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a 5-0 win at Bayer Leverkusen. Also: Former Roma coach Luis Enrique is the shock name being considered by Tottenham if they decide to sack Andre Villas-Boas.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Golden Oldie Ryan Giggs inspired United to their biggest away win the Champions League. Also: Chelsea have held secret talks about a £30million January move for Porto striker Jackson Martinez.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Manchester United cruised into the Champions League last 16 thanks to their biggest European away win in almost 50 years. Also: Andre Villas-Boas claims his job is not under threat after convincing his board in a brief meeting that the 6-0 weekend drubbing by Manchester City was a one-off.


    DAILY STAR:
    Andre Villas-Boas came out fighting last night and insisted he was not facing the axe as Spurs boss. Also: Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League last-16 with their best performance of the season last night.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Manchester United charged irrepressibly into the last 16 of the Champions League with a spectacular victory that had their fans singing all manner of songs in praise of David Moyes. Also: Preparations for the World Cup finals in Brazil next year have been thrown into chaos after a crane crashed into the stadium due to host the opening match in Sao Paulo, killing two workers.


    THE TIMES:
    Manchester United recorded their biggest away win in Europe since 1965 as a 5-0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen took them into the Champions League knockout stage with a game to spare. Also: The running sore that developed between Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, the two British Tour de France winners, was allowed to fester for 14 months while Wiggins withheld bonus money to Froome that he paid to the rest of his team.


    THE GUARDIAN:

    David Moyes was not expected to be "a fish in water" at Manchester United, according to Jose Mourinho, but he is adapting swimmingly to life in the Champions League. Also: Andre Villas-Boas says he will emerge from his crisis at Tottenham Hotspur, describing himself as "immune" to the criticism that would have unnerved him at his previous club, Chelsea.



    THE INDEPENDENT:

    David Moyes seems to be getting the hang of the Champions League. Also: A defiant Andre Villas-Boas insisted last night that he does not fear for his job as Tottenham Hotspur manager despite Sunday's 6-0 defeat to Manchester City.

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    THE SUN:
    Ryan Giggs inspired record-breaking Manchester United into the last 16. Also: England's sledging war with the Aussies could turn into a punch-up.


    DAILY MAIL:

    Wayne Rooney ran the show as Manchester United secured their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a 5-0 win at Bayer Leverkusen. Also: Former Roma coach Luis Enrique is the shock name being considered by Tottenham if they decide to sack Andre Villas-Boas.


    DAILY MIRROR:

    Golden Oldie Ryan Giggs inspired United to their biggest away win the Champions League. Also: Chelsea have held secret talks about a £30million January move for Porto striker Jackson Martinez.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Manchester United cruised into the Champions League last 16 thanks to their biggest European away win in almost 50 years. Also: Andre Villas-Boas claims his job is not under threat after convincing his board in a brief meeting that the 6-0 weekend drubbing by Manchester City was a one-off.


    DAILY STAR:

    Andre Villas-Boas came out fighting last night and insisted he was not facing the axe as Spurs boss. Also: Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League last-16 with their best performance of the season last night.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Manchester United charged irrepressibly into the last 16 of the Champions League with a spectacular victory that had their fans singing all manner of songs in praise of David Moyes. Also: Preparations for the World Cup finals in Brazil next year have been thrown into chaos after a crane crashed into the stadium due to host the opening match in Sao Paulo, killing two workers.


    THE TIMES:

    Manchester United recorded their biggest away win in Europe since 1965 as a 5-0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen took them into the Champions League knockout stage with a game to spare. Also: The running sore that developed between Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, the two British Tour de France winners, was allowed to fester for 14 months while Wiggins withheld bonus money to Froome that he paid to the rest of his team.


    THE GUARDIAN:

    David Moyes was not expected to be "a fish in water" at Manchester United, according to Jose Mourinho, but he is adapting swimmingly to life in the Champions League. Also: Andre Villas-Boas says he will emerge from his crisis at Tottenham Hotspur, describing himself as "immune" to the criticism that would have unnerved him at his previous club, Chelsea.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    David Moyes seems to be getting the hang of the Champions League. Also: A defiant Andre Villas-Boas insisted last night that he does not fear for his job as Tottenham Hotspur manager despite Sunday's 6-0 defeat to Manchester City.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    Martin Jol admitted last night he could be close to losing his job at Fulham as football's 'sacking season' begins to affect the Premier League. Also: Jose Mourinho yesterday blasted Romelu Lukaku, the Chelsea striker who Sportmail can reveal requested a transfer hours after his decisive penalty miss in the UEFA Super Cup final against Bayern Munich.


    THE SUN:
    Martin Jol reckons he faces the sack if Fulham lost to West Ham. And the Cottagers boss bizarrely admits he would be concerned if he were owner Shahid Khan. Also: Romelu Lukaku wanted to leave Chelsea last summer. The £20million Belgium striker on loan at Everton, demanded a move as the transfer window was closing.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    One thing everyone who is at Tottenham Hotspur will agree upon is that Andre Villas-Boas works hard. Also: Steven Gerrard has now admitted he was "gutted" by Sir Alex Ferguson's criticism of him in his autobiography and the Liverpool and England captain said that Manchester United offered him a seven year contract when he was 13.


    THE TIMES:
    Paul Scholes has not hung up his boots. Not quite, anyway. Once a week he dusts them down and turns out for Chaddy Park Legends. Also: David Moyes believes Wayne Rooney is likely to become even more dangerous from dead-ball positions given the hours the Manchester United striker is spending honing his technique and delivery in training.


    DAILY STAR
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    Steven Gerrard has hit back at Sir Alex Ferguson's claim he is not a "top, top player". Also: Arsene Wenger fears it is impossible to stop match-fixing in football. But he feels the English game in 99.9 per cent clean and hopes this week's revelations about rigged matches are a one-off.


    DAILY MIRROR:

    Grand National winner Timmy Murphy ended up in hospital last night after an astonishing dust up with a rival jockey. Also: Jose Mourinho has told Romelu Lukaku to admit he was the one who wanted out of Chelsea.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Liverpool fear Daniel Sturridge is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after the striker suffered suspected ankle ligament damage in training. Also: David Warner has admitted he regrets having described Jonathan Trott's batting in the first Test in Brisbane as "pretty poor and pretty weak" and sent his best wishes to the 32-year-old following his abrupt departure from England's Ashes tour.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Jose Mourinho has risked driving a wedge between himself and Romelu Lukaku by accusing the striker of misleading the public over why he left Chelsea. Also: Timmy Murphy will miss today's ride on fancied Hennessy Gold Cup contender Our Father after an alleged weighing-room bust-up with Dominic Elsworth at Newbury yesterday.


 

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