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THE SUN ON SUNDAY: Sergio Aguero is Real Madrid's top target next summer. Also: Aaron Ramsey fired Arsenal seven points

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    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Sergio Aguero is Real Madrid's top target next summer. Also: Aaron Ramsey fired Arsenal seven points clear at the top - and got an ovation from Cardiff fans.


    THE OBSERVER:
    Ian Bell has revealed that he was as surprised as anyone when his Warwickshire team-mate Jonathan Trott let England's Ashes tour last Sunday night - and confirmed that he is keen to take his place at number three in the second Test in Adelaide. Also: Asked if he thinks he will still be Fulham's manager when they play Tottenham on Wednesday night Martin Jol simply shrugged. "It's not in my hands," Jol said after Fulham had failed to register a single shot on target in the course of a horribly meek 3-0 defeat by West Ham.


    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Another defeat, Fulham's sixth in succession, has left Martin Jol clinging to his job as manager. Also: Gareth Bale scored his first Real Madrid hat-trick - taking his goal tally for the season in all competitions to nine - in the 4-0 defeat of Real Valladolid at the Bernabeu last night.


    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:

    Tottenham Hotspur have tentatively drawn up a list of potential replacements should they decide to sack Andre Villas-Boas as their head coach. Also: English clubs are almost certain to play European rugby next season because of the continuing crisis surrounding the Heineken Cup, according to Premier Rugby chief executive Mark McCafferty.


    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Ashley Cole is weighing up a move to the United States - with New York Red Bulls leading the race for his signature. Also: Tottenham are hoping to cure their goalscoring ills with a 30million bid for Fiorentina and Italy striker Giuseppe Rossi.


    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Guus Hiddink has emerged as the favourite to take over at Tottenham if they ditch under-fire boss Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Aussie cricket chiefs have sacked the PA announcer at Alice Springs following a race row over Monty Panesar.


    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Chelsea are ready to break the British record for a teenager and pay 30million for Southampton defender Luke Shaw. Also: Michael Laudrup and Gus Poyet will find themselves on a Spurs shortlist if frustrated chairman Daniel Levy decides to axe Andre Villas-Boas.


    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    James Anderson has vowed that battered England will not back down when the Ashes sledging war resumes in Adelaide this week. Also: Fabio Capello, the former England manager, has been mentioned in discussions at Tottenham as a shock candidate to take over if current boss Andre Villas-Boas is sacked.


    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Hull city's owner has described supporters protesting against his plan to change the name to Hull Tigers as "hooligans" and warned he will put the club up for sale if the fans do not accept his authority. Also: Premier League clubs spent nearly 100million on agents' fees this year with Chelsea and Manchester City leading the way, according to new figures released last night.


    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Arsene Wenger is on full alert to splash the cash after Manchester City defender Micah Richards revealed that he is considering his Etihad future. Also: Arsene Wenger hailed sensational Aaron Ramsey after his double in Cardiff blasted Arsenal seven points clear at the top.

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    THE SUN:
    Martin Jol was axed as Fulham boss last night after his first contact with owner Shahid Khan in two months. Also: Stuart Pearce is ready to bounce back into management with Sheffield Wednesday.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andre Villas-Boas saw his Tottenham side grab a draw against Manchester United then told his critics: "Show me some respect". Also: It was a dramatic day for managerial departures yesterday, Martin Jol shown the door - as expected - at Fulham while Sheffield Wednesday sacked Dave Jones and Owen Coyle surprisingly left Wigan.


    DAILY MAIL:

    Andre Villas-Boas launched a stunning attack on his critics yesterday after Tottenham's 2-2 home draw with Manchester United. Also: Martin Jol was finally sacked by Fulham yesterday after the club's dismal start to the season.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Rene Meulensteen yesterday took Martin Jol's job at Fulham just 18 days after arriving to help him save it. Also: Andre Villas-boas said he deserved "some respect" after Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Manchester United.


    DAILY STAR:
    Fuming Andre Villas-Boas hit back at his critics yesterday in an amazing attack. Also: Rene Meulensteen was last night asked to save Fulham's season after Martin Jol was finally axed.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Andre Villas-Boas claimed he deserves more respect as he railed against what he believes is a sinister agenda to undermine him. Also: Five months after buying Fulham, Shahid Khan has sacked his first Premier League manager, relieving Martin Jol of his duties 24 hours after a dismal performance in Saturday's 3-0 defeat at West Ham.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Andre Villas-Boas hit back at criticism from former Tottenham Hotspur chairman Alan Sugar after yesterday's 2-2 draw with Manchester United, claiming that the 66-year-old was not a true Spurs fan because of the manner in which he had sold the club 12 years ago. Also: In the end, Martin Jol's stay of execution lasted only 180 minutes.


    THE TIMES:

    Rene Meulensteen denied stabbing Martin Jol in the back last night after replacing his fellow Dutchman as the manager of Fulham. Also: Andre Villas-Boas should just have let his team do the talking.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Andre Villas-Boas made an extraordinary plea for more respect yesterday, claiming that Tottenham Hotspur were victims of an agenda and that his integrity and "human values" had been unfairly attacked during the past week. Also: Martin Jol was dismissed yesterday as Fulham manager and replaced immediately by Rene Meulensteen, after Shahid Khan, the club owner and chairman, finally lost patience with Jol following a run of six successive defeats.

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    Roy Hodgson has one big wish for England at Friday's World Cup draw - don't put us in the jungle.
    Andre Villas-Boas has been blasted as "immature" by West Ham boss Sam Allardyce.
    Manchester City won't sell striker Edin Dzeko in the January transfer window.
    Nottingham Forest want Leicester winger Lloyd Dyer in a 500,000 January deal.
    West Ham could sign Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis next month.
    Reading are considering a move for Rotherham midfielder Ben Pringle.
    Leeds and Bolton want to sign Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson, who is out of contract at the end of the season.

    Roy Hodgson has admitted he pushed injured Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge to face Germany last month to 'test his resolve'.
    Manchester City have won the battle for Brahim Abdelkader Diaz.
    Sam Allardyce has accused Andre Vilas-Boas of 'immaturity' as Tottenham's players stepped forward to support their under-fire manager.

    Roy Hodgson last night told Brendan Rodgers he will make no apology for playing an injured Daniel Sturridge for England.
    Arsenal have had an €8million (6.61million) bid for Alexandre Pato rejected by his club Corinthians according to reports in Brazil
    FIFA chiefs will today be grilled on whether they have a back-up plan to switch World Cup matches away from trouble-hit stadia.
    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has dismissed fresh reports linking Sergio Aguero with a move to Real Madrid.
    Brendan Rodgers insists he will not spend for the sake of it - though he believes the January transfer window could be crucial to the future of Liverpool.
    Saido Berahino has vowed to repay West Brom after sealing a massive pay hike from 850 a week to 15,000 a week.
    Celtic manager Neil Lennon will watch Huddersfield striker James Vaughan against Bolton tonight.

    Roy Hodgson has admitted he is more concerned about World Cup venues than the potential opponents - and fears being stuck in the jungle.
    Arsenal have agreed to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata on a six-month loan deal in January.
    Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea target Javier Pastore insists he won't be leaving Paris Saint-Germain.

    Roy Hodgson last night declared: I'm the England Manager, Get Me Out Of Here!
    Rene Meulensteen has told Fulham owner Shahid Khan: Show me the money.
    Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata will join Arsenal in January after agreeing a six-month loan deal, and rejecting an offer from Tottenham.
    Cristian Tello has opened the door to a switch to Liverpool after admitting he will look to leave Barcelona if his first-team opportunities do not improve.

    Roberto Soldado has admitted that he has fallen significantly below his desired goalscoring standard for Tottenham but is adamant that he will eventually deliver in the Premier League.
    Manchester United are targeting Leighton Baines, Ander Herrera and Ilkay Gundoganin in January - and will wait to open contract talks with Wayne Rooney.
    Manuel Pellegrini has ended Arsenal's hopes of signing Edin Dzeko next month after ruling out the sale of the Manchester City forward.
    Chelsea defender Ashley Cole is determined to stay and earn a new contract.

    Roy Hodgson has revealed his greatest fear at this week's World Cup finals draw is for England to be sent to play in the tropical heat and humidity of the Amazon.

    Roy Hodgson flies out to Brazil today for the World Cup draw, admitting he is dreading the possibility of his England team being asked to play in the stifling conditions of Manaus in the Amazon rainforest.

    Roy Hodgson admitted yesterday that he tested Daniel Sturridge's commitment to England by picking him against Germany last month even though the striker was not completely fit.

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    THE TIMES:
    Alastair Cook issued a rallying cry last night for his senior players to "lead the way" as he admitted to a number of hard-hitting team talks in the days before the second Test in Adelaide which starts at midnight tonight. Also: The nightmare scenario for Roy Hodgson became terrifying yesterday when FIFA opened up the prospect that England could draw Brazil, the United States and Italy in the World Cup draw on Friday.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Tony Pulis's first home game in charge of Crystal Palace had an immediate effect, with victory over West Ham lifting them off the bottom of the Premier League. Also: Jose Mourinho believes Manchester City pose more of a title threat than the Premier League leaders Arsenal.


    DAILY STAR:
    Jose Mourinho has turned up the title pressure on Manchester City by claiming they will have no excuses if they fail to win the league. Also: Skipper Alastair Cook hopes a heart-to-heart in Alice Springs has put England's Ashes bid back on course.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Alastair Cook has vowed that England will play the game the right way when the second Test starts here tonight, to avoid the ugly scenes that marred Australia's win in Brisbane. Also: As he prepares to face his old club for the first time tonight, David Moyes insists his over-riding concern is to avoid dropping more points and ensure Manchester United are not 'cut adrift' from the Barclays Premier League pacesetters.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Dimitar Berbatov wants out of Fulham. Also: David Moyes is bracing himself for a hostile backlash from Everton fans tonight at Old Trafford.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    England's already high chances of encountering a tough World Cup group have increased further after FIFA threw a procedural curveball which could lead to Roy Hodgson's team facing Brazil, USA and Italy or Holland. Also: Jose Mourinho has claimed Manchester City's "unique" squad has placed greater pressure on them to secure the Premier League title.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The atmosphere at the Adelaide Oval will lack some of the gladiatorial intensity of the Gabba, not least because the stadium is only half finished, but that has not stopped Jeff Crowe, the match referee, from warning both captains about the behaviour of their players during the build-up to the second Test, which starts tonight. Also: Betsy Andreu, the wife of Lance Armstrong's former team-mate Frankie, who played a key part in exposing the Texan as a drug cheat, has launched a coruscating attack on the disgraced cyclist, claiming that he has refused to meet her while "reaching out" to others in a cynical exercise to try to reduce his life ban from elite sport.


    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Arsene Wenger insists he could not care less that pundits keep writing off Arsenal's chances of winning the Premier League. Also: Michael Clarke expects England to come back at his side "extra hard" in the second Test at the Adelaide Oval, which starts at midnight.


    THE SUN:

    Bad-boy Ravel Morrison lost his head again after Tony Pulis led Crystal Palace to victory in his first home game in charge. Also: Mike Phelan is close to being appointed Wigan manager.

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    David Moyes suffered an Old Trafford nightmare against his old club Everton.
    England fans have been told they risk being mugged or raped at next year's World Cup.

    Barcelona scouts have been watching Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 22, but Arsene Wenger prices him at 50m.
    Luis Suarez produced a stunning four-goal performance as Liverpool thrashed Norwich 5-1 at Anfield last night.
    David Moyes conceded last night that Manchester United's title chances are in tatters after they were beaten by his former club Everton.

    Manchester United are planning to offload midfield pair Ashley Young and Anderson in January.
    Benfica are facing a battle to keep Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic in January, with interest from Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
    Luis Suarez wrote his name in Anfield history with a stunning four-goal show against Norwich.
    England fans were last night warned they risk being held up at knife-point or raped on the streets of Brazil during the World Cup.

    Chelsea are lining up a loan deal to bring Monaco striker Radamel Falcao to Stamford Bridge.
    Auxerre striker Paul-Georges Ntep says he is keen on a move to Arsenal, despite interest from Chelsea, Tottenham and Aston Villa.
    England fans were warned here last night that the World Cup next year may be plagued by "violence, massed robberies and rapes" - by Brazil's sports minister.
    Arsenal and Manchester City have expressed an interest in bringing former Chelsea, Gunners and Portsmouth midfielder Lassana Diarra, 28, back to the Premier League.

    Atletico Madrid are hoping to bring Chelsea midfield duo Juan Mata, 25, and Kevin De Bruyne, 22, to Spain as they prepare to let Manchester United and Liverpool midfield target Koke, 21, leave in the January transfer window.

    Outplayed and defeated by his former team and with Manchester United's title hopes as good as over, David Moyes suffered his nadir at Old Trafford with gloating Evertonians making sure he knew it.
    Arsene Wenger was asked repeatedly this week to answer those armchair pundits who have dismissed his team's title credentials but it was always the pitch rather than the press conference that would provide the most eloquent reaction.

    David Moyes was beaten by his former Everton team last night as the Merseyside club recorded a first victory away to Manchester United for 21 years.
    Eden Hazard helped to gloss over a team display littered with defensive frailties that forced Chelsea to stretch themselves for long periods to record a ninth consecutive victory on Wearside last night.

    Concern over the readiness of some World Cup stadiums has intensified on the eve of the finals draw.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Roy Hodgson is not a gambler by nature but he spoke with increasing belief in England on the eve of today's World Cup group stage draw. Also: The Mayor of Manaus last night said he hoped England did not play in the Amazonian city after Roy Hodgson expressed fears about having to travel there after today's draw is made.


    THE TIMES
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    Roy Hodgson must believe his England team have a chance in the World Cup even if the rest of the nation is sceptical. Also: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, said he has made no agreement with Luis Suarez that would allow the in-form forward to leave Anfield this summer should the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Roy Hodgson has said he would put a speculative tenner on his England side to win the World Cup before today's draw that will begin the final countdown to his proudest moment in football. Also: Monty Panesar has received a second apology from Cricket Australia inside a week, but has been backed to rise above off-field distractions to re-establish himself in international cricket during the remainder of the Ashes tour.


    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Roy Hodgson has admitted that England's long-term plans to base themselves in Rio de Janeiro at next summer's World Cup could be torn up if the draw today sees them playing group games in the more far-flung Brazilian host cities. Also: Everton captain Phil Jagielka has suggested after helping inflict a humiliating defeat on David Moyes that the new Manchester United manager was let down in the transfer market by the Old Trafford board this summer.


    THE SUN
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    David Moyes has revealed his hurt at Everton fans' abuse, it was claimed yesterday. Also: Porto want Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas to make a sensational return.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Roy Hodgson has told England fans to put their money on his team to win the World Cup as he prepares for today's draw in Brazil. Also: England face the alarming prospect of entering the 2015 World Cup without players battle-hardened by European competition after their clubs announced they would be missing from next season's Heineken Cup.


    DAILY MIRROR
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    David Moyes has been accused of a bitter rant at Everton fans following their win at Manchester United. Also: Roy Hodgson last night sent out a World Cup message to Three Lions fans as he vowed: "I'd put my money on England."

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Roy Hodgson promised here that England fear nobody in today's World Cup draw and said: "I'd put my tenner on us." Also: Ryan Giggs has demanded an instant response from Manchester United as their hopes of retaining the Premier League title were written off.


    DAILY STAR
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    Roy Hodgson has backed England to shine at the World Cup and told fans: 'Stick a tenner on us.' Also: Luis Suarez is set to be offered a new contract at Liverpool.

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    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
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    David Moyes last night insisted that Manchester United were still in the Premier League title race despite his side suffering another shock home defeat that will leave them a daunting 15 points behind the leaders if Arsenal win at home against Everton this afternoon. Also: Ian Bell admitted Mitchell Johnson is "blowing England away" after Australia's spearhead left the tourists confronting almost certain defeat in the second Ashes Test.


    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    England's World Cup preparations suffered a further blow yesterday when Fifa, bowing to pressure from broadcasters, brought forward the kick-off time of their opening match against Italy in Brazil from 9pm to 6pm local time, exacerbating concerns over the high temperature and humidity in Manaus for the June 14 fixture. Also: With their grasp on the Ashes becoming weaker by the day, England's senior players know that they are fighting for their careers and reputations.


    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    David Moyes was booed by his own fans for the second time in four days as United lost at home again. Also: Luis Suarez last night warned England: I can knock you out of the World Cup.

    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Luis Suarez hammered a World Cup warning to England with his 14th goal in ten matches as Liverpool moved up to second in the Premier League with a 4-1 victory over West Ham. Also: Manchester United face financial carnage as David Moyes' team crashed to another defeat and slipped seven points adrift of the top four.

    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    David Moyes is turning to Sir Alex Ferguson for help. The Manchester United manager has been seeking Ferguson's counsel in a bid to put his Old Trafford reign back on track. Also: Oussama Assaidi tore off his shirt to celebrate his astonishing breakthrough. The Moroccan midfielder, sent on a s a late sub for Stoke, smashed home a spectacular last-gasp winner against Chelsea with his first ever Premier League goal.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Fabio Capello has dismissed England's World Cup chances - believing that his successor Roy Hodgson's team will arrive in Brazil shattered by an intense Premier League campaign. Also: Ian Bell has slammed his England team mates after their shambolic first innings display in Adelaide.


    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    World Cup organisers turned up the heat on England and manager Roy Hodgson yesterday by bringing forward the kick-off time of their opening Group D match against Italy in the Amazon rainforest by three hours to meet the demands of European television. Also: England have already lost the Ashes according to former batting great Geoffrey Boycott - while ex-captain Michael Vaughan claims Alastair Cook's side have been 'pathetic' and face a 5-0 series humiliation.


    STAR ON SUNDAY:
    David Moyes was booed off at Old Trafford as Manchester United yesterday lost their second home Premier League game in four days. Also: Fabio Capello predicts World Cup failure for England - because they will be knackered when they arrive in Brazil next summer.

    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:

    Manchester United's manager David Moyes yesterday failed to offer any explanation for the catastrophic drop in performance levels which has seen a squad build by Sir Alex Ferguson collapse to their fifth defeat of the season and struggle to maintain Champions' League status. Also: England's manager, Roy Hodgson, suffered his first defeat of the World Cup yesterday when Fifa gave in to television demands and brought forward the kick-off of the team's opening game against Italy in Manaus by three hours.

    THE OBSERVER:

    The pressure is building on David Moyes after Manchester United slipped to a second home defeat without scoring. Also: The FA insist they are "very relaxed" after the kick-off time for England's opening World Cup match against Italy in the heat of Manaus was moved by three hours forward following lobbying by television broadcasters.

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    THE TIMES:
    David Moyes said he took "complete responsibility" for Manchester United's troubles after admitting he has problems all over the pitch. Also: Roy Keane has reopened his bitter feud with Sir Alex Ferguson, accusing the former Manchester united manager of still seeking control because of his "massive ego".


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Alastair Cook's future as the England captain is in deep jeopardy after two heavy defeats in the Ashes series. Also: Revenge served icily and carefully cold. Roy Keane has dismissed Sir Alex Ferguson's account of the relationship between the two and Keane's hurried departure from Old Trafford as "nonsense" and "wrong", and even rejected attempts by the former United manager to praise him as "insulting".


    DAILY MAIL
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    The players at the centre of spot-fixing allegations could be banned from playing at least until the National Crime Agency investigation has run its course. Also: David Moyes has admitted that he was to blame for Manchester United's two recent home defeats.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Keane has claimed Sir Alex Ferguson is still power-hungry - seven months after he retired at Manchester United. Also: David Moyes has admitted the buck stops with him as he tries to haul Manchester United out of their current crisis.


    DAILY STAR:
    Roy Keane has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of undermining Manchester United boss David Moyes. Also: Football's authorities have been told to shape up and sort out the spot-fixing crisis that has rocked the game.


    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson has been accused of undermining Manchester United manager David Moyes. Also: Manuel Pellegrini is to make Joe Hart his No 1 again, insisting: "I trust in him."


    THE GUARDIAN:

    David Moyes has said he will take the blame for Manchester United's erratic results in his first season as manager, describing it as a "tough" introduction to life after Sir Alex Ferguson and admitting the tam need to improve in every department. Also: The Football Association would consider signing up to a cross-sport anti-corruption body that would provide a rapid response to allegations of match and spot-fixing.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:

    Alastair Cook has revealed that he held talks with Kevin Pietersen to determine whether the batsman remains committed to playing Test cricket for England. Also: Any thoughts that the National Crime Agency's match-fixing investigations may be confined to the lower reaches of English football were swept aside yesterday when Blackburn Rovers confirmed that their striker DJ Campbell had been arrested in connection with a spot-fixing inquiry.


    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Roy Keane has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of still trying to exert "control and power" at Manchester United - and says that his "massive ego" is undermining David Moyes. Also: Alastair Cook has admitted that his own lack of runs is in danger of undermining his authority as England captain.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    Manchester United were rescued by Phil Jones against Shakhtar last night, but were not spared a tongue-lashing by former hero Roy Keane after another lacklustre Old Trafford display. Also: Chris Froome's long-running feud with Bradley Wiggins is over.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    David Moyes gave his players Fergie-style hairdryer treatment as Phil Jones rescued Manchester United last night. Also: Arsene Wenger and his players have been put under a Champions League lockdown amid major Champions League safety fears.


    DAILY STAR:
    Phil Jones came to David Moyes' rescue at a nervy Old Trafford last night. Also: James Milner inspired a sensational Manchester City win on a magical night in Munich.




    THE SUN:
    Phil Jones' winner eased the pressure on David Moyes - and ensured United qualified top of their Champions League group. Also: Arsenal chiefs have launched a major security operation ahead of tonight's test in Naples.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    David Moyes will have felt the sweet surge of relief at the final whistle. This had become the game he dare not lose after consecutive 1-0 defeats to Everton and Newcastle United suffered by his Manchester United side here. Also: A whistleblowing hotline is among tools being considered to tackle match-fixing following an emergency meeting yesterday between representatives of the five biggest sports and the government in the wake of a spate of high-profile arrests.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Again unconvincing, Manchester United still made light of "crisis" headlines by advancing into the last 16 of the Champions League as Group A winners with 14 points out of a possible 18, their best haul since 2007-08. Also: t should come as no surprise that Jose Mourinho does not rate his Chelsea side among the favourites to win the Champions League, given his fears over the club's dummies.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    James Milner was the unlikely hero for Manchester City last night after the scoring the winner as his side came from behind to beat Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena. Also: England have been warned that Mitchell Johnson can take his pace to another level on the fastest deck in world cricket, his home ground at the WACA in Perth.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    We will calibrate how Manchester United measure up to the best in Europe soon enough and though the quality of their football here suggested that may be a sobering experience, they at least staved off a deepening sense of calamity by securing the win they needed.


    THE TIMES:
    Manchester City produced an extraordinary comeback from two goals down to beat Bayern Munich, the European Champions, 3-2 in Germany last night in the Champions League.

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    THE SUN:
    Arsenal had a horror night - they lost, had a man sent off, dropped to second in the group and will now face a Champions League giant. Also: John Terry admitted Chelsea need to sharpen their killer instinct if they are to compete with Europe's elite.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Chelsea are on red alert to make a second bid for Wayne Rooney after it emerged the England striker is still waiting for a new Manchester United contract offer. Also: Two late goals dealt Arsenal a devastating Champions League setback last night.


    THE TIMES:
    Arsenal's fine season continued last night as they progressed beyond the Champions League group stage for the fourteenth season in a row despite a 2-0 defeat by Napoli in Italy. Also: If there is one player who has become a symbol for Manchester United's shortcomings in the eyes of the club's supporters this season, it is Ashley Young.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Didi Hamann fears Manchester City's 'ridiculous and scandalous' Champions League blunder in Munich will cost his old club millions of pounds. Also: Arsenal reached the last 16 of the Champions League last night - but paid a big price after losing 2-0 to Napoli.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Arsenal have survived the supposed Champions League 'group of death' but defeat here in Naples last night may ultimately still represent a fatal wound. Also: Ashley Young has admitted speaking to both David Moyes and Sir Alex Ferguson about his reputation as a diver, but the Manchester United winger insists unapologetically that the issue must be addressed by referees rather than himself.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Alastair Cook has described the third Test as "do or die" for England, though the captain's cause was immediately hindered when Monty Panesar suffered an injury scare to further complicate England's delicate selection process. Also: Arsenal got the job done. It was not particularly pretty and it was a little bit nervous towards the end when Gonzalo Higuain, predictably, scored against the club that tried to sign him in the summer and Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal captain, was dismissed for a second yellow card in the 77th minute.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Arsenal survived a late scare to qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League for the 14th successive season but now face a likely tie against one of the tournament favourites after finishing as runners-up in Group F following a 2-0 defeat to Rafa Benitez's Napoli.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsenal clinched qualification for the last 16 of the Champions League but had to settle for second place on goal difference after losing at Napoli. Also: Wayne Rooney tops the rich-list of English-born footballers, with an estimated fortune of 45million.


    DAILY STAR
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    Arsenal survived a Champions League scare last night. Also: Jose Mourinho's Champions League no-hopers finished top of the qualifying pile last night.


 

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