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    THE TIMES:
    Tony Fernandes has revealed Queens Park Rangers' plans for a new 40,000-capacity stadium at the heart of the most ambitious development attempted by an English football club. ALSO: There has been disappointment, pressure and early inquests this season for Tottenham Hotspur, but this was all about fun, freedom of expression and entertainment as a hat-trick from Roberto Soldado and a strike from Lewis Holtby secured an uncomplicated win for Andre Villas-Boas in preparation for the match at home to Liverpool on Sunday.


    GUARDIAN:
    Mikel Arteta has expressed frustration and disbelief that Arsenal must visit Manchester City for tomorrow's showpiece Premier League fixture a little over 48 hours after getting home from their Champions League tie at Napoli on Wednesday night. ALSO: Despite the "inspire a generation" rhetoric used to justify the investment in the London 2012 Olympics, new official figures show that the number of 16 to 25-year-olds playing sport has gone down since the Games.


    INDEPENDENT:

    Manchester City should not have made the avoidable mathematical error which turned midweek victory at Bayern Munich into a controversy, though it was down to manager Manuel Pellegrini's staff to inform him of the permutations, The Independent columnist Rafael Benitez writes today. ALSO: Chris Froome, this year's Tour de France winner, has finally been cleared of the disease that has troubled him for the past four years, he tells The Independent in an exclusive interview today.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Football and tennis, two of the mainstays of Britain's sporting landscape, are in danger of losing millions in public funding after experiencing alarming declines in the number of active participants over the past year. ALSO: Southampton are braced for Chelsea to make an approach for Luke Shaw in the January transfer window.


    THE SUN:

    Gus Poyet says Sunderland must stay cool in their relegation fight - or one of his players could end up dead. ALSO: Roberto Soldado fired a three-goal salvo at his critics last night as Tottenham obliterated Russians Anzhi.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Joe Hart is poised to end his six-game Premier League exile with a recall for Manchester City tomorrow. ALSO: Manchester United are in no rush to open contract talks with Wayne Rooney - despite Chelsea's renewed interest in him.


    DAILY MAIL:

    Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta claims Manchester City have been handed an unfair advantage for tomorrow's clash at the Etihad Stadium. ALSO: Ashley Cole has used an advert to launch an astonishing defence of his ability, insisting: "I'm not done."


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sam Allardyce admitted Andy Carroll is "weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks" behind schedule - and now accepts he must fight for his job at West Ham over Christmas without his star man. ALSO: Joe Hart is in line for a Premier League recall for Manchester City's top-of-the-table clash against Arsenal tomorrow.


    DAILY STAR:
    Mikel Arteta has slammed fixture schedulers for making Arsenal travel to Manchester City just 56 hours after returning to England. ALSO: Roberto Soldado sent a message to boss Andre Villas-Boas as Tottenham made it a perfect six in the Europa League.

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    Mail on Sunday:
    England midfielder Jack Wilshere is facing FA action after making an obscene one-fingered gesture at Manchester City supporters yesterday. Also: Manchester United are confident Wayne Rooney is ready to begin discussions on a new four-year contract worth a staggering £50m - as David Moyes prepares to wield the axe in a bid to ignite their Premier League season.


    Daily Star
    : Arsenal went into meltdown yesterday after being thrashed 6-3 at The Etihad. Also: Ross Barkley is wanted by Manchester giants United and City.


    Sunday Express
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    Manchester United boss David Moyes is preparing to start spending in January, with moves for Paris Saint Germain's Blaise Matuidi and Roma's Dutch star Kevin Strootman. Also: Arsenal star Jack Wilshere is facing a one-match ban after making an abusive gesture to taunting Manchester City fans during the Gunners' 6-3 defeat yesterday.


    The People
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    Jack Wilshere faces an FA ban after giving Manchester City fans a one-fingered salute at the Etihad. Also: Wayne Rooney has piled pressure on David Moyes and his Manchester United team-mates by insisting: We simply cannot lose against Aston Villa.


    Sun on Sunday
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    David Moyes has vowed to spend big next month to make up for missing out on £86m Gareth Bale. Also: Jack Wilshere faces an FA ban as Arsenal's season plunged into chaos.


    Sunday Mirror
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    Arsenal lost the plot and went into meltdown as they were blown apart at Manchester City. Also: Arsenal Wenger will sign a new contract at Arsenal in the next month.


    The Observer
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    West Brom sacked their head coach, Steve Clarke, last night after a 1-0 defeat at Cardiff that was the Premier League club's fourth in a row and left them in 16th place. Also: Arsene Wenger hit out at the referee, Martin Atkinson, after a 6-3 defeat that he claimed flattered Manchester City, arguing that a penalty decision and a couple of offsides that went against Arsenal affected the result in consigning them to their third league defeat of the season.


    The Independent
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    Arsene Wenger watched his side concede six goals to a rampant Manchester City but insisted that Manuel Pellegrini's side are not unbeatable and "no better than Everton and Southampton". Also: David Moyes intends to mount a desperate attempt to kick-start Manchester United's faltering season in next month's transfer window after revealing he has huge funds available.


    The Sunday Times
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    West Bromwich Albion sacked their head coach, Steve Clarke, last night after a run of four straight defeats in the Premier League and six matches without a win. Also: Manchester United have finally begun moves to entice Wayne Rooney to the negotiating table for talks on a new contract.


    Sunday Telegraph
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    Manchester City yesterday blew away Premier League leaders Arsenal in another exhilarating display of attacking football which opened wide the title race. Also: Wayne Rooney has spoken of his "hurt" at Manchester United's dismal form and urged the team to pull themselves together.

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    THE SUN:
    Andre Villas-Boas was fighting for his job last night after Spurs suffered their worst home defeat in 16 years. Also: Raging David Moyes last night accused Premier League bootboys of taking it in turns to target superkid Adnan Januzaj.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    If Andre Villas-Boas thought Tottenham were contenders, that they were moving in the right direction, or even that they were a coherent team, he received a brutal lesson from Liverpool yesterday in what that means. Also: Andre Villas-Boas admitted that he is fighting to save his job after last night's humiliating 5-0 defeat at home to Liverpool but insisted that he will not resign as Tottenham Hotspur manager.


    THE TIMES:
    England's calamitous Ashes campaign was further derailed by a suspected fracture to Stuart Broad's right foot when he batted yesterday. Also: "It's ours almost" was the curiously conservative headline to which the Australian players awoke on the third morning of the third Test.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Andre Villas-Boas insisted he will not resign after another thrashing left the Tottenham Hotspur manager facing the threat of the sack. Also: As the Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy watched glumly from the White Hart Lane stands, he must have wondered what could have been.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Andre Villas-Boas says he is not about to resign after five-goal Liverpool, led by stand-in skipper Luis Suarez, inflicted the "worst defeat" of the Tottenham manager's career. Also: Manchester United manager David Moyes praised the courage of Darren Fletcher following the midfielder's comeback from a career-threatening illness.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Andre Villas-Boas last night vowed not to resign despite pressure on him intensifying after a humiliating home loss to Liverpool. Also: Sergio Aguero could miss six weeks after damaging a leg muscle during Manchester City's 6-3 win over Arsenal.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andre Villas-Boas was last night fighting to save his job after seeing his team humiliated by Liverpool. Also: West Brom are trying to end Roberto Di Matteo's cash stand-off with Chelsea to bring him back to Albion.


    DAILY STAR:
    Andre Villas-Boas was left clinging on to his Tottenham job last night after the worst result of his managerial career. Also: Manchester City's title hopes have suffered a hammer blow with the news that Sergio Aguero could be sidelined for up to six weeks.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Andre Villas-Boas said he would not resign in the wake of the drubbing at the hands of Liverpool which, he admitted, has cast Tottenham Hotspur's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League into serious doubt and left him fighting for his job. Also: England's disastrous Ashes campaign plumbed new depths on a sorry Sunday at the WACA as David Warner flayed their flagging attack for his second century of the series and Mitchell Johnson put Stuart Broad on crutches.

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    THE TIMES:
    Liverpool are preparing to make Luis Suarez the highest-paid player in the club's history by offering the striker a new contract that would double his wages to about £200,000 a week. Also: A crestfallen Alastair Cook admitted that surrendering the treasured urn was the lowest moment of his career but urged Andy Flower to continue as England team director, even though there are long-standing rumours that the Zimbabwean will step down after the series.


    DAILY STAR
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    Fabio Borini and Ki Sung-yueng dumped Chelsea out of the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup at Sunderland last night. Also: Jack Wilshere was last night charged by the Football Association for giving Manchester City fans the finger.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Jose Mourinho bemoaned Chelsea's lack of killer instinct and admitted he may have to revert to the cautious approach of old after seeing his side suffer an extra-time defeat in the Capital One Cup quarter-final at the Stadium of Light last night. Also: Liverpool have taken the first steps to make Luis Suarez the highest-paid player in their history after they flew to Barcelona to begin talks with his agent.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    The man accused of covering up Lance Armstrong's drug-taking has hit back at the American's claim, branding them "b***s***" and revealing the "misery" he has suffered since the allegations emerged. Also: Team Sky were last night investigating the recruitment of Jonathan Tiernan-Locke after he became their first rider to be charged with a doping offence.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    There were four years, three months and 25 days between the moment Michael Hussey succumbed to Graeme Swann at the Oval to clinch England's Ashes, and that at the WACA when Jimmy Anderson fended off a lifter from Mitchell Johnson to bring them back to Australia. The change in fortune has been astonishing, not least in the last five of those months. Also: Liverpool have opened talks with Luis Suarez's agent over the new contract they hope will keep the brilliant Uruguay international at Anfield and out of the reach of Europe's richest clubs for the prime of his career.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Liverpool officials flew to Spain yesterday to open contract talks as they step up their bid to keep hold of striker Luis Suarez. Also: Lee Cattermole hailed his side's 2-1 Capital One Cup victory over Chelsea that he says "keeps alive our season".


    DAILY MIRROR
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    Emmanuel Adebayor has been welcomed in from the cold after his exile under Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Liverpool have made the first move to reward Luis Suarez's remarkable form with a new contract.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    England held the Ashes for four years and 116 days. It was their longest truly legitimate tenure for more than half a century. In a sense, therefore, the nation should be grateful. The overwhelming defeats in the first three matches of this series - respectively by 381, 218 and 150 runs - preclude such niceties, however. Also: The Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor will be brought back into the fold under interim manager Tim Sherwood, having been all but frozen out under Andre Villas-Boas, who was sacked on Monday.


    THE SUN:
    Tim Sherwood has told his Tottenham troops to get stuck into West Ham tonight. Also: Jose Mourinho was sent spinning out by the extra-special one.

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    THE SUN:
    Ashley Young fired Manchester United into the semi-finals and begged David Moyes: Give me a chance. Also: Andy Flower will hold crisis talks this week to decide whether to begin dismantling his battered England team.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Tottenham were plunged into crisis last night after Tim Sherwood admitted he doesn't know who will be in charge for Sunday's Barclays Premier League clash at Southampton. Also: Manchester is on course for a Capital One Cup final derby at Wembley after United eased past Stoke last night in a quarter-final suspended after half an hour because of a hailstorm.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Frank de Boer is top of Tottenham's wanted list to become their next manager. Also: Cricketer Graeme Swann was asked to apologise today after comparing England's Ashes defeat to rape.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Matt Prior looks likely to be the first casualty of England's failed Ashes campaign with coach Andy Flower admitting that the wicketkeeper's position is under review for the fourth Test at Melbourne next week. Also: George North will continue to play every Test for Wales regardless of the £60,000 fine Premiership Rugby threw at Northampton last night for releasing him.


    DAILY STAR:
    Ashley Young silenced his critics with a stunning goal to book Manchester United's place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals. Also: England manager Roy Hodgson will travel to the Amazon in the New Year on a World Cup fact-finding mission.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Graeme Swann has provoked outrage after comparing England's Ashes humiliation to being "a--- raped". Also: Former Team Sky rider Michael Rogers, who was instrumental in Sir Bradley Wiggins' Tour de France win, was provisionally suspended last night after a drugs test found traces of a banned substance in his system.


    THE TIMES
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    Tim Sherwood saw his first game in temporary charge of Tottenham Hotspur end in heartbreaking defeat as West Ham United scored twice in the last ten minutes at White Hart Lane to reach the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup. Also: West Bromwich Albion have contacted Andre Villas-Boas about their vacant head coach position just days after his departure from Tottenham Hotspur.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    The Manchester United faithful left in fine heart after their side progressed to the Capital One Cup semi-finals, then awaited the prognosis on Wayne Rooney, whose injury meant he missed this trip to the Potteries. Also: Jack Wilshere has reluctantly agreed to accept the Football Association's misconduct charge for the gesture that he directed at Manchester City fans on Sunday and he is now expected to be banned for two matches - the forthcoming Premier League derbies against Chelsea and West Ham United.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    West Ham United set up a Capital One Cup semi-final with Manchester City last night, producing two goals in the last 10 minutes to inflict a first defeat on interim Spurs manager Tim Sherwood. Also: One of the sport's most intense rivalries is set be reignited following yesterday's announcement that Boris Becker is to become Novak Djokovic's head coach.

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    THE TIMES:
    Andre Villas-Boas has been approached by AC Milan to become their new coach despite his sacking by Tottenham. Also: Brendan Rodgers has claimed that his decision to become manager of Liverpool rather than Tottenham has been vindicated by Andre Villas-Boas becoming the latest managerial casualty of Daniel Levy's tenure.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Tottenham are hopeful that Andros Townsend will not miss more than a month of first-team football after his hamstring tear against West Ham, with the early indications that the England international's injury is not as severe as first feared. Also: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has described Tottenham's attempt to hire him as manager last year as a "close shave" and declared, while dismissing the notion of considering another job offer from White Hart Lane, that the north London club's frequent sacking of managers put him off any idea of working for them.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to open talks with West Brom about becoming their new boss - after snubbing a rival job. Also: Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has handed Malky Mackay a shock ultimatum - resign or be sacked... Greg Dyke has told Jack Wilshere to grow up and count his cash the next time he is abused by rival fans.


    DAILY STAR:
    Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has been told by owner Vincent Tan to resign or he will be sacked. Also: Tottenham have drawn up a double Dutch back-up plan - despite insisting they will give Tim Sherwood a run at the manager's job... Liverpool are confident that star striker Luis Suarez will sign a new five-year contract.


    THE SUN:
    Malky Mackay expects to be sacked as Cardiff boss on Monday after a bizarre e-mail ultimatum from madcap owner Vincent Tan. Also: Wesley Sneijder is ready to take a £1million-a-year pay cut to join Manchester United... Tottenham target Frank de Boer is "honoured" to be linked with the vacant manager's job.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Cardiff manager Malky Mackay was on Thursday night on the brink of being forced out of the club, with sources close to the Scot fearing he could be gone within days. Also: Jack Wilshere will serve a two-match suspension for his one-fingered salute towards Manchester City fans after the Football Association rejected an appeal.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Brendan Rodgers has claimed he had "a close shave" in rejecting the chance to manage Tottenham as he launched an outspoken attack on the hierarchies at White Hart Lane and Cardiff. Also: Malky Mackay's future as Cardiff manager appeared more precarious than ever on Thursday night after reports emerged that the the Scot had been told by Vincent Tan, the Premier League club's owner, to resign or be sacked.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Malky Mackay has been handed a shocking ultimatum after Cardiff owner Vincent Tan ordered him to resign or be sacked. Also: Brendan Rodgers believes he had a "close shave" by rejecting Tottenham and claimed the club's revolving-door policy with managers made Liverpool a more attractive proposition.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Malky Mackay has been told that unless he resigns as manager of Cardiff, he will be sacked, the Daily Telegraph understands. Also: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, says Tottenham's brutal sacking of Andre Villas-Boas shows he had "a close shave" when he rejected a move to White Hart Lane... Daniel Levy on Thursday night faced the biggest challenge to his Tottenham reign after angry fans demanded that the club's chairman explain himself.

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    Daily Express:
    Luis Suarez claimed he will be a Liverpool player for a ''long time'' after a lucrative new contract immediately catapulted him among the Premier League's top earners. Also: Cardiff fans have accused Vincent Tan of running their club ''like a megalomaniac's toy'' and warned he could have a riot on his hands over his treatment of manager Malky Mackay.


    Daily Mirror:
    Liverpool have pushed Luis Suarez to the top of the Premier pay league with a £1million-a-month contract. Also: Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is locked in a managerial tug-of-war as Malky Mackay faces his last stand at Anfield today.


    Daily Star:
    Malky Mackay will take charge of Cardiff against Liverpool today - and then be sacked. Also: Liverpool last night broke the bank by making Luis Suarez the highest-paid player in their history.


    Daily Mail:
    Luis Suarez has pledged to fire Liverpool into the Champions League after signing a contract until 2018 that could net him #40million. Also: Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman last night made a desperate late effort to persuade owner Vincent Tan to keep Malky Mackay as manager until the end of the season.


    The Sun:
    Malky Mackay is set to take charge of Cardiff for the final time today. Also: Ashley Cole has been dropped by Jose Mourinho again - after partying with title rivals Arsenal.


    The Times:
    Luis Suarez targeted qualification for the Champions League and claimed he will be a Liverpool player "for a long time" after signing a new four-and-a-half-year contract that makes him the highest-paid player in the club's history. Also: Craig Bellamy was last night offered the chance to take charge of Cardiff City, his boyhood club, while the board explore managerial candidates, including Sven-Goran Eriksson.


    The Independent:
    As clubs become further removed than ever from their supporters, Cardiff supremo Vincent Tan is on the verge of firing his overachieving young manager Malky Mackay, to the disbelief and anger of all. Also: Luis Suarez has become the Premier League's third highest-paid player with a new four-year deal which will deliver him a bonus if the club achieve a top-four finish and further add-ons based on the number of goals he scores this season.


    The Guardian:
    Luis Suarez said his intention is to stay with Liverpool "for a long time" after extending his contract until 2018 and becoming the highest-paid player in the club's history. Also: Malky Mackay is planning to take charge of Cardiff City's Premier League match at Liverpool today, when he will be a dead man walking.


    Daily Telegraph:
    Luis Suarez promised to remain at Liverpool "for a very long time" after signing a contract extension worth £40million. Also: Malky Mackay will be sacked as the Cardiff manager this weekend, even if his side earn a surprise victory at Liverpool today.

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    THE SUN ON SUNDAY: Graeme Swann has sensationally announced his England retirement. Also: Malky Mackay has told Cardiff owner Vincent Tan: "I will not resign."...Real Madrid want Wayne Rooney to stall on a new Manchester United deal to get him at a bargain price...Tottenham's stand-in boss Tim Sherwood has admitted he is a Gooner.
    DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Luis Suarez has an escape clause in his bumper new £180,00-a-week Liverpool contract. Also: Managerless Spurs want to sign Mirko Vucinic on loan from Juventus in the January transfer window...Zenit St Petersburg are chasing Manchester City defender Aleks Kolarov...Malky Mackay remained defiant last night as he refused to quit as Cardiff boss amid sacking threats by controversial owner Vincent Tan.
    SUNDAY PEOPLE: Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay has called the managers' union into his bitter battle to get a £2million pay-off from owner Vincent Tan. Also: Luis Suarez capped another attacking masterclass with two goals to fire Liverpool to the top of the Premier League...Tim Sherwood has the chance to remain in charge of Tottenham for the rest of the season - throwing the future of technical director Franco Baldini in to doubt.
    SUNDAY MIRROR: Luis Suarez delivered an immediate pay-back on his new £225,000-a-week contract as he inspired Liverpool to the top of the Premier League. Also: Louis van Gaal has moved to the top of Tottenham's wanted list...Wes Brown looks set to miss Sunderland's next three vital matches after being sent off yesterday.
    MAIL ON SUNDAY: The fight over Malky Mackay's future at Cardiff turned ugly last night, with fans heaping abuse on the club's Malaysian owner Vincent Tan and managers' chief Richard Bevan offering his support for the Scot ahead of an anticipated £2million compensation battle. Also: Mesmeric Luis Suarez added another two gems for his personal goal of the season competition as Liverpool hit the top of the Premier League for the first time at this stage of the season since 2008.
    SUNDAY EXPRESS: Liverpool will have to grab a place in the Champions League to ensure Luis Suarez remains at Anfield despite the striker having signed a new mega contract. Also: Malky Mackay took charge of Cardiff against Liverpool yesterday but is set to be sacked within the next 48 hours...Tributes poured in last night from the world of sport following the death of David Coleman, aged 87...Jose Mourinho last night reopened his long-running war of words with Manuel Pellegrini by poking fun at Manchester City for not being runaway leaders of the Premier League.
    THE OBSERVER: Malky Mackay insisted he would not bow to Vincent Tan's request to resign as manager of Cardiff after receiving impassioned support from fans before, during and after a 3-1 defeat at Liverpool. Also: To be best known for "One-nil" may not have made David Coleman the most Churchillian of broadcasters but it was the way he delivered his pet score-line that elevated him to the pantheon of commentators.
    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: Malky Mackay yesterday faced down Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan by again insisting he will not resign as manager despite the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool. Also: Someone forgot to tell West Ham that this is supposed to be the season of vanishing aura at Old Trafford.
    SUNDAY TIMES: For the second time in a week a devastating display by Luis Suarez plunged a Premier League manager deeper into trouble. Also: The Leicester Tigers director of rugby, Richard Cockerill, has given the clearest indication yet that his fly-half Toby Flood will leave the club at the end of the season to join Toulouse...Leading figures from British sport have paid tribute to the broadcaster David Coleman, who died yesterday, aged 87.
    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Malky Mackay last night defiantly refused to resign as Cardiff City manager even though the club are talking to candidates, including Sven-Goran Eriksson, about replacing him. Also: Franco Baldini, Tottenham Hotspur's technical director, offered to resign on the same day that Andre Villas-Boas was sacked as the club's head coach...Matt Prior is likely to pay the price for England's loss of the Ashes by being dropped for the fourth Test in Melbourne starting on Boxing Day, and replaced by Jonny Bairstow.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    Legendary Dutch coach Louis van Gaal has emerged as Tottenham's No 1 target to replace Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Malky Mackay remains in grave danger of the sack from Cardiff City this Christmas despite the club's owner Vincent Tan being persuaded not to pull the trigger last night


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Jose Mourinho has set himself the ambitious target of remaining Chelsea's manager for another 12 years despite returning to the club on his "worst contract" of the past six seasons. Also: Vincent Tan, the Cardiff City owner, has granted Malky Mackay a stay of execution after another bizarre chain of events at the club.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Twenty-four hours after what seemed to be his final match in charge of Cardiff City, Malky Mackay was granted a dramatic stay of execution by owner Vincent Tan yesterday when chairman Mehmet Dalman revealed the Scot will remain as manager "for the foreseeable future".


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Graeme Swann departed Test cricket with abrupt certainty yesterday but not before taking what appeared to be a barely disguised swipe at some of his fellow England players for not respecting the game. Also: This was an impressive job audition by Tim Sherwood, demonstrating his ability to motivate mercurial players like Emmanuel Adebayor, showing his knowledge of emerging talent like Nabil Bentaleb and also setting up the team in keeping with Tottenham Hotspur's attack-minded traditions. To dare is to do.


    DAILY STAR:
    Tim Sherwood will meet Spurs chairman Daniel Levy today and lay down his blueprint for becoming the club's full-time manager. Also: Jose Mourinho has delivered a major blow to Ashley Cole by revealing he feared the England star could have been exposed by Arsenal tonight.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Emmanuel Adebayor bagged two goals in Tottenham's 3-2 victory at Southampton before revealing the emotional turmoil he has endured this season. Also: Malky Mackay will stay as Cardiff manager after a stunning U-turn by owner Vincent Tan... Michael Vaughan insisted Graeme Swann was not being "selfish" by retiring in the midst of an Ashes series.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Emmanuel Adebayor handed Tim Sherwood his first win as Tottenham caretaker and backed him to land the job full-time. Also: Arsene Wenger wants his Arsenal side to prove they are big-game players against Chelsea tonight.

    THE TIMES:
    Disintegration became a reality when Graeme Swann left England and the tour of Australia, retiring from first-class cricket with immediate effect. Also: Tim Sherwood wants Daniel Levy to outline his philosophy in talks with the Tottenham Hotspur chairman this week that will determine the club's short-term future, but there are no question marks over his own footballing creed.


    THE SUN:
    Tim Sherwood will meet Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy today to lay down his vision for the club's future. Also: Graeme Swann has warned his fellow cricketers: "Some people have no idea how far up their own backsides they are."

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    THE SUN:
    Arsene Wenger's Jose jinx continued as Arsenal missed the chance to go top of the tree for Christmas. Also: Tottenham stunned the football world on Monday night by naming Tim Sherwood as manager until the end of next season.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Tim Sherwood was on Monday night handed his dream chance to prove he can be a Premier League manager when Spurs put him in charge for the next 18 months. Also: Arsenal 's three-month reign as Barclays Premier League pacesetters came to an end on Monday night when they were held by Chelsea in an ill-tempered 0-0 draw at The Emirates.


    DAILY MIRROR:

    Arsene Wenger was left fuming on Monday night after failing to end Jose Mourinho's hold over him at the Emirates. Also: Daniel Levy took a massive gamble on Monday night by handing Tim Sherwood the manager's job at Tottenham.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Tim Sherwood was on Monday night named as Tottenham manager until the end of next season after impressing Daniel Levy in his first week in charge. Also: Arsenal missed the chance to take a step closer to the title on Monday night by failing to move back to the top of the Premier League.


    DAILY STAR:
    Arsenal blew their chance to go top of the Premier League on Monday night. Also: Everton insist they would turn down a world record £86m bid for Ross Barkley in January.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:

    Malky Mackay has warned that the simmering row between him and Vincent Tan, the Cardiff owner, could threaten the Premier League club's survival. Also: Roberto Martinez has ruled out selling midfielder Ross Barkley next month, even if Everton receive a "Gareth Bale-size" offer for the young England international.


    THE TIMES:
    Tim Sherwood was surprisingly handed an 18-month contract as Tottenham head coach after two meetings on Monday to resolve difference with the club. Also: Roberto Martinez has given an early indication of Everton's resolve to enjoy the best years of Ross Barkley, the attacking midfielder, by valuing him at more than £80million.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Tim Sherwood has been appointed as Andre Villas-Boas' permanent successor at Tottenham on an 18-month contract after a day of negotiations with the chairman, Daniel Levy. Also: Roberto Martinez has said Everton would not consider selling Ross Barkley in January even if the club received an offer similar to the world record £86million that took Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.


    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Jose Mourinho admitted he was satisfied with a point after Arsenal and Chelsea both missed out on the chance to be top or joint-top of the Premier League at Christmas following a drab 0-0 draw at the Emirates. Also: Tottenham on Monday night appointed Tim Sherwood as their new manager with a contract until the end of next season, a strong show of faith in the coach who has overseen their last two games since the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas.


 

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