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THE SUN: David Moyes saw Manchester United crash out of the FA Cup and admitted: There is no excuse. Also:

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    THE SUN:
    David Moyes saw Manchester United crash out of the FA Cup and admitted: There is no excuse. Also: Jose Mourinho fears English teams will suffer in Europe if they do not dive.


    DAILY MAIL:
    David Moyes underlined the mounting crisis enveloping Manchester United yesterday by admitting there was now an 'urgency' over recruiting new players in January. Also: Sam Allardyce last night refused to apologise for fielding an inexperienced line-up against Nottingham Forest, saying after West Ham were mauled 5-0 that the FA Cup was third on his list of priorities.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    David Moyes admitted his Manchester United squad are not good enough after they were dumped out of the FA Cup. Also: Theo Walcott is set to miss four weeks with a knee injury in another huge blow to Arsenal


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Jose Mourinho claims English clubs will suffer in Europe because foreign clubs will not weed out their divers. Also: Alastair Cook maintained he has the backing of the ECB and the self-belief that he remains the right man to lead England despite guiding them to a worst-ever Ashes defeat.


    DAILY STAR:
    David Moyes admitted there could be no excuses as Manchester United were plunged into a mid-season crisis after being dumped out of the FA Cup. Also: Jose Mourinho claims English clubs will suffer in Europe because foreign clubs will not weed out their divers


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    David Moyes admitted there was an urgent need to add new players to his Manchester United squad following FA Cup humiliation against Swansea City on Sunday, but warned it was "doubtful" that signings would be made this month. Also: Alastair Cook believes he has received a "vote of confidence" from the England and Wales Cricket Board to carry on as captain and is "desperate" to lead the rebuilding process alongside Andy Flower.


    THE TIMES:
    Andy Flower admitted that he should have anticipated the dreadful batting that sent England spinning to only their third 5-0 Ashes whitewash in history. Also: Just when you think Manchester United have hit rock bottom this season, they sink farther.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    David Moyes ended this dire defeat with his arms folded, entering and exiting the technical area in the vain hope that his Manchester United side could somehow answer Wilfried Bony's late strike. Also: England may have surrendered once again in Sydney, producing another wretched batting performance on the third day of the fifth Test as Australia completed only the third 5-0 whitewash in Ashes history, but even in bitter defeat Alastair Cook has again committed himself to staying on as captain.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    David Moyes admitted that there is an "urgency" to reinforce his Manchester United squad with new players this month, following his team's 2-1 FA Cup third round home defeat to Swansea City, although he could give no assurances that the club will be able to do so. Also: The Portuguese government has announced three days of national mourning around the funeral tomorrow of the country's greatest sporting hero, Eusebio da Silva Ferreira, who died yesterday, shortly before what would have been his 72nd birthday.

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    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Arsenal and England were last night devastated by the news that Theo Walcott will miss the rest of the season and the World Cup with a ruptured knee ligament. Also: Manchester United are prepared for the fact that they may not make any signings during January despite their struggles so far this season, with the club refusing to compromise by making stopgap acquisitions.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    David Moyes has been handed a £100million-plus war chest to rebuild Manchester United and halt the club's worrying decline. Also: Theo Walcott's season lay in tatters last night after he was ruled out of England's World Cup bid and also Arsenal's title challenge with a serious knee injury.......Harry Redknapp has emerged as the hot favourite to succeed under-fire Sam Allardyce at West Ham.


    THE TIMES
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    Theo Walcott's World Cup dream was over last night. The England winger was told that he will not play again until next season after rupturing cruciate ligaments. Also: David Moyes tore into his Manchester United players in a furious dressing-room tirade after the FA Cup third round defeat at home to Swansea City on Sunday.


    DAILY STAR
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    Theo Walcott has suffered World Cup heartache for the third time after being ruled out of this summer's tournament. Also: Harry Redknapp has emerged as a shock contender to replace Sam Allardyce as West Ham manager.....David Moyes tore into his Manchester United flops with an expletive-filled rant following their shock FA Cup defeat to Swansea.


    DAILY MAIL
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    England and Arsenal were in shock last night after Theo Walcott was ruled out for the rest of the season and the World Cup with a cruciate ligament injury. Also: Manchester United will back David Moyes with a a mammoth £200million to rebuild his beleaguered team.


    THE SUN
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    Theo Walcott is "gutted" after a knee injury ruled him out of the World Cup in Brazil. Also: David Moyes has yet to win the trust of his Manchester United stars. That is the damning assessment of Old Trafford legend Gary Pallister....... Manchester United's owners have told David Moyes: Splash the cash.


    DAILY MIRROR
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    Theo Walcott last night suffered World Cup heartbreak when a knee injury ruled him out of action for at least six months. Also: David Moyes has around £100million to salvage Manchester United's season, but has been told not to spend it on "quick fixes".


    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Theo Walcott suffered World Cup heartbreak yesterday when he was ruled out until next season with a ruptured cruciate knee ligament. Also: Southampton are calling for a new independent panel to judge complaints about referees and remain uncomfortable with Mark Clattenburg officiating their matches even after he was cleared of misconduct.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Arsenal and England have been dealt a cruel blow after Theo Walcott was ruled out for the rest of the season and this summer's World Cup in Brazil after suffering serious knee ligament damage during Saturday's FA Cup victory over Tottenham Hotspur. Also: David Moyes faces disappointment over the signings of Real Madrid's Fabio Coentrao and Atletico Madrid's Koke despite the Manchester United manager's urgent wish to strengthen this month.

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    THE SUN:
    David Moyes' reign as Manchester United boss was plunged into more crisis last night. Also: Andy Flower is prepared to quit as head coach if Kevin Pietersen remains an England player.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Kevin Pietersen faces the axe as England are plunged into a new civil war after their Ashes humiliation. Also: David Moyes slammed top-flight officials after Manchester United's season was thrown into further crisis.


    DAILY STAR
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    David Moyes' Manchester United crisis hit a new low last night when his side crashed to a third defeat in just seven days. Also: Andy Flower is ready to quit if the England selectors do not back his wish to axe Kevin Pietersen.


    DAILY MAIL
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    England cricket was plunged into a new crisis when coach Andy Flower told the ECB: Ditch Kevin Pietersen or I'll quit. Also: David Moyes was plunged deeper into crisis last night as Manchester United crashed to their third defeat in a week for the first time in 22 years.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Andy Flower is believed to have issued a "him or me" ultimatum about Kevin Pietersen to new managing director Paul Downton as he seeks to rebuild the side following the Ashes debacle. Also: Fabio Borini piled the pressure on David Moyes as his penalty sent Manchester United tumbling to their third defeat in a week.


    THE TIMES
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    Manchester United's season of humiliation slipped further towards crisis last night as a third consecutive defeat left them fighting to stay in the Capital One Cup, a competition they once would have viewed with apathy. Also: So here we go again. As England reach another crossroads after the Ashes whitewash in Australia, a crucial decision for the future direction of the team looks likely to revolve around the controversial figure of Kevin Pietersen.


    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Andy Flower is understood to be ready to walk away from his position as England's team director unless he is given guarantees that Kevin Pietersen will not be selected to play international cricket under him as the inquest into the 5-0 humiliation in the Ashes series begins in earnest. Also: David Moyes found himself under increasing pressure last night after his Manchester United side slipped to a third successive defeat in the first leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, and he reserved some bitter comments for the officials.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Andy Flower's future as director of the England team may hinge on whether the selectors and the new managing director see an international future for Kevin Pietersen as the side looks to regenerate after the 5-0 whitewash in the Ashes series. Also: This is threatening to become a season in hell for David Moyes and his Manchester United side. There is still a second leg to come of this semi-final so they are not dead yet and could still reverse their fortunes to reach Wembley.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Paul Downton, the new managing director of England cricket, will decide the futures of Andy Flower and Kevin Pietersen, whose relationship has broken down to the extent they may not both be able to carry on as part of the England Test set-up. Also: This was a shapeless, lifeless display from Manchester United, who have now lost three games in a row for the first time since 2001. Where was the fight? Where was that old swagger? Where was the refusal to accept defeat?

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    Some Manchester United players will see their salaries slashed if David Moyes' strugglers fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.
    Jermain Defoe looks set to join Toronto on Monday after Roy Hodgson assured him he could still go to the World Cup.
    Arsenal and Liverpool are set for a £15million battle to nab hitman Alvaro Morata.
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is chasing a "dream" World Cup spot - after finally ending his five-month injury nightmare.
    Fulham lead the chase to sign Everton's John Heitinga this month and resurrect his World Cup dream.
    Swansea have denied holding talks with Blackpool over Tom Ince.

    Tottenham misfit Erik Lamela is a transfer target for Juventus with Mirko Vucinic plus cash on offer.
    Sunderland are closing in on Argentine defender Santiago Vergini.
    Barcelona are eyeing shock move for Manchester United's Nemanja Vidic.
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    Southampton have rejected a bid from West Ham for England striker Rickie Lambert.
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    Fiorentina have refused to rule out move for Man City flop Stevan Jovetic.
    Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are all set to be disappointed as Xabi Alonso has signed a new Real Madrid deal.
    Chelsea star Juan Mata is set to be offered a route out of Stamford Bridge with Real Madrid interested in signing the Spanish international.
    Liverpool and Arsenal are in talks with Anderlecht to sign Cheikhou Kouyate.
    Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool target Salomon Kalou is unlikely to move from Lille in January.

    Furious West Ham fans demanded Sam Allardyce's head last night as their side were crushed 6-0 in the Capital One Cup semi-final first leg at Manchester City.
    Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra could all leave Manchester United in a summer purge by David Moyes with Javier Hernandez, Nani, Anderson, Alex Buttner and Anders Lindegaard likely to join them.
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    Real Madrid have identified Chelsea's Juan Mata as the man they want to replace Arsenal, Manchester United and Monaco target Angel Di Maria at the Bernabeu.

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    THE TIMES:
    Manchester United are braced for another protracted battle to keep

    Wayne Rooney, with the England striker seriously considering leaving the
    Barclays Premier League champions. Also: Stuart Lancaster admitted yesterday
    that, 20 months away from the World Cup, having to select 11 players in the
    preliminary England squad under the age of 23 was not part of his
    masterplan.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    West Bromwich Albion last night confirmed Pepe Mel as their

    new head coach on an 18-month contract. Also: All quiet on the West Ham front.
    Quiet at least behind the two mock castellated towers guarding the entrance to
    Upton Park; there is to be no changing of the guard. Not just yet.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Billy Davies is the shock name in the frame to take over at

    West Ham if co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold finally bow to growing
    pressure and sack Sam Allardyce. Also: Theo Walcott has rejected a flood of
    offers from specialists and surgeons who believe they can get him fit for the
    World Cup.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    England's head coach, Stuart Lancaster, believes his team have

    no reason to fear any of their opponents in this year's Six Nations
    championship, despite picking a clutch of uncapped players in his 35-man squad
    before the opening game against France on 1 February. Also: Sam Allardyce has
    insisted in an email to West Ham fans he will "come out fighting" following his
    team's dismal 6-0 defeat at Manchester City, a result that has persuaded the
    club to drastically reduce under-18 ticket prices for the semi-final, second leg
    on Tuesday week.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Chris Smalling was forced to apologise yesterday after causing

    outrage by attending a party dressed as a suicide bomber. Also: West Bromwich
    Albion have performed a huge U-turn in their hunt to find a new head coach,
    turning once more to little known Spaniard Pepe Mel on an 18-month deal.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Andy Carroll will make his long-awaited return for West Ham at

    Cardiff tomorrow as Sam Allardyce plays his final card in a bid to turn around
    the club's season. Also: Pepe Mel was appointed head coach of West Brom last
    night despite originally turning down the job two weeks ago.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Sam Allardyce has vowed to "get angry and come out fighting"

    after being humiliated by Manchester City. Also: Arsene Wenger has been told by
    Real Madrid that they will listen to loan offers of around £1.7million for
    striker Alvaro Morata.



    THE SUN:
    Rio Ferdinand pleaded with Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Old

    Trafford last summer. Also: Fans have mocked David Moyes being nominated for
    December's Manager of the Month award.



    DAILY STAR:
    Sam Allardyce has warned his West Ham players they must come out

    fighting - or else they will sink and die. Also: Roy Hodgson has lined up
    England warm-up games against Ecuador and Honduras - to perfectly mimic their
    World Cup showdowns.

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    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Adnan Januzaj put the smile back on David Moyes' face after the worst spell of his managerial career. Also: Arsene Wenger has told England that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is the man to succeed Steven Gerrard at the heart of the national side's midfield.


    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Manchester United misfit Anderson is on the verge of joining Italian club Fiorentina to herald the start of a big clear-out by David Moyes at Old Trafford. Also: Kevin Pietersen's England future looked even bleaker last night when Test skipper Alastair Cook declined the opportunity to offer the batsman his unqualified support.


    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    David Moyes has dismissed the idea that he was under pressure going into last night's match against Swansea. Also: Crisis-torn West Ham are ready to send a SOS message to Malky Mackay this week.


    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    West Ham produced a battling display to save Sam Allardyce's job. Also: John Terry is considering a shock international return.


    SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Papiss Cisse is set to rock Newcastle by quitting for a mega-bucks move to Qatar. Also: Andy Carroll helped wounded West Ham overcome their agony by inspiring them to a crucial victory.


    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Manuel Pellegrini believes his prolific Manchester City side can outscore his Real Madrid Galacticos on the way to Premier League glory. Also: Manchester United hauled themselves back from the brink of crisis last night - thanks to another helping of Fergie time.


    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Managers want the Football Association to tackle the English game's epidemic of sackings by imposing sanctions on clubs who flout employment laws when changing technical staff. Also: David Moyes hailed a 2-0 win over Swansea City as "a lot more like it" after Manchester United avoided the ignominy of their worst losing streak in 53 years.


    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Manchester United manager David Moyes is still in talks to bring Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao to Old Trafford on loan for the rest of the season. Also: Jose Mourinho might be more sanguine of attitude and more silver of hair, but here in the East Riding yesterday it felt suspiciously like 2005 all over again as his machine-like Chelsea side restored themselves at the summit of the Premier League.


    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Two of the Premier League's most beleaguered managers found respite yesterday as West Ham's Sam Allardyce and Manchester United's David Moyes both emerged from must-win games with victories. Also: An England recall for Adam Johnson is improbable, but with Theo Walcott this week ruled out of the World Cup the right-winger has chosen a good time to hit form.


    THE OBSERVER:
    David Moyes backed Adnan Januzaj to establish himself as one of the world's greatest footballers after another demonstration of the teenager's precocious gifts in Manchester United's return to winning ways. Also: Manuel Pellegrini pipping David Moyes to the most recent manager-of-the-month award was hardly a surprise; the only question is to what extent it presages the rest of the season.

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    THE SUN:
    Alan Pardew flew into a rage at ref Mike Jones after he disallowed Cheick Tiote's wonder strike. Also: Manchester United's value has plummeted by a quarter of a billion pounds in just one month.




    DAILY MIRROR:

    Alan Pardew apologised to Manuel Pellegrini last night after calling him a "f****** old ****' in a touchline bust-up. Also: Sam Allardyce has been assured he will be West Ham manager for the rest of the season.




    DAILY MAIL:
    Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew apologised for foul-mouthed abuse of Manuel Pellegrini in an ill-tempered clash at St James' Park. Also: Brendan Rodgers hailed a 'fantastic' performance after Liverpool's SAS tore Stoke City to pieces and warned the Premier League that his club are serious title contenders.




    THE TIMES:
    Alan Pardew has apologised to Manuel Pellegrini after he was caught on camera verbally abusing the Manchester City manager during Newcastle United's tempestuous 2-0 defeat at St James' Park. Also: Alastair Cook admitted that he has to rediscover his lost touch with the bat after low-scoring back-to-back Ashes series, and said that opposition bowlers have begun to find out Joe Root.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Football should be about great goals, not poor referees. Also: Mark Hughes accused Raheem Sterling of conning referee Anthony Taylor into awarding the contentious penalty that set Liverpool on their way to a first Premier League victory at the Britannia Stadium.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Alan Pardew was forced to apologise to Manuel Pellegrini for calling Manchester City's manager a "f****** old ****" during City's 2-0 win on a bad-tempered, highly contentious afternoon on Tyneside. Also: Brendan Rodgers said Liverpool were legitimate title contenders after an extraordinary 5-3 win against Stoke City lifted his team into the top four and within five points of Manchester City.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Cheick Tiote doesn't score many goals, and when he does, they are usually spectacular. Also: Just about everything that could go right for Liverpool did, plus they have Luis Suarez.




    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Alan Pardew had to apologise to Manuel Pellegrini after TV cameras captured him hurling obscenities at the Manchester City boss as tempers flared at St James' Park. Also: Brendan Rodgers believes that "anything is possible" for Liverpool after Daniel Sturridge returned from injury to renew his partnership with Luis Suarez and inspire a first win over Stoke at the Britannia Stadium.



    DAILY STAR:
    Alan Pardew last night apologised to Manuel Pellegrini after launching a foul-mouthed rant at the Manchester City boss during a heated clash at St James' Park. Also: Manchester United are refusing to give up on signing Juan Mata this month - and are also weighing up a bid for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal.

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    Daily Star:
    Arsenal are all set to announce boss Arsene Wenger has agreed a

    new deal at the club. Also: Jason Puncheon faces a hefty FA fine and potential
    legal action after an amazing Twitter rant at Neil Warnock.



    Daily Express:
    Arsenal reclaimed top spot in the Premier League last night

    with a 2-1 victory at Aston Villa - courtesy of goals just 60 seconds apart.
    Also: Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has escaped an FA punishment for his
    foul-mouthed outburst towards Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini.


    Daily Mirror
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    Arsenal hit two goals in a minute to storm back to the top of

    the Premier League. Also: Chelsea will offset their financial embarrassment over
    the return of Nemanja Matic by making a #10million profit on misfit Kevin De
    Bruyne.



    Daily Mail:
    Jack Wilshere produced a minute of stunning brilliance to send

    Arsenal back to the top of the Barclays Premier League last night. Also:
    Cristiano Ronaldo broke down in tears after being voted the world's best
    footballer last night.


    The Sun:
    Jack Wilshere pulled the strings as Arsenal soared back to the top

    of the table. Also: Samir Nasri's dad has blasted Newcastle's Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa
    for a 'spiteful' tackle that almost ended his son's World Cup dream.


    The Times:

    Cristiano Ronaldo revealed last night that he contemplated

    returning to Manchester United last summer, thanks in no small part to a
    persistent campaign by Rio Ferdinand to force him to leave Real Madrid and go
    back to Old Trafford. Also: On a bitterly cold night at Villa Park, two goals in
    59 seconds took Arsenal back to the top of the Premier League.



    The Independent:
    Jack Wilshere hailed a "massive" three points as Arsenal

    went back to the top of the Premier League thanks to a 2-1 victory at Aston
    Villa. Also: Neil Warnock is considering his legal options after Jason Puncheon
    issued a series of potentially libellous tweets about the veteran manager.


    The Guardian:
    Arsenal are back on top of the Premier League, taking in the

    view and showing no signs of a side that is going to wilt any time soon. Also:
    Cristiano Ronaldo has banged his head against a brick wall for four years; now
    the brick wall has given way.



    Daily Telegraph:
    Inspired by Jack Wilshere, Arsenal climbed back up to the

    summit of the Premier League, but they suffered a real scare here. Also:
    Cristiano Ronaldo says Rio Ferdinand called him last summer to try and persuade
    him to return to Manchester United.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Andy Murray said he feared someone could suffer a heart attack if Australian Open organisers insist on play going ahead in 42C temperatures in Melbourne, as they did yesterday. Also: Barcelona have admitted a company owned by Neymar's parents received more than 70 per cent of the near £50million transfer fee that brought the player to the Nou Camp.


    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Manchester United's former prodigy Paul Pogba feels such a deep grievance about the way he was treated by Sir Alex Ferguson that he has ruled out any notion of returning to Old Trafford, to provide the midfield quality which manager David Moyes is lacking. Also: Andy Murray emerged unscathed after playing through the hottest part of a scorching day here at the Australian Open yesterday but believes tournament organisers should reconsider the rules about playing in extreme heat.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Everton are hopeful of ending the uncertainty of Leighton Baines' future, and with it David Moyes' interest in a reunion with the left-back at Manchester United, by securing the England international on a new long-term contract. Also: The Hull City owner, Assem Allam, has threatened to walk away from the club if the Football Association refuses to grant his application to change the club's name to Hull Tigers.


    THE TIMES
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    Assem Allam, the Hull City chairman, has threatened to walk out on the club if his controversial attempt to rename them 'Hull Tigers' is blocked by the Football Association or the supporters. Also: The Americans were busy with their calculators working out the temperatures in their favoured Fahrenheit while our cousins here in Australia use the Celsius scale, but there was unanimity yesterday that it was a bit of a stinker.


    DAILY MIRROR
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    Arsene Wenger is trying to do a £35million deal for German whiz-kid Julian Draxler - to turn him into the next Robin van Persie. Also: Hull City owner Assem Allam has threatened to walk out on the Tigers within 24 hours if the FA rejects his proposed change to the club's name.


    THE SUN
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    Jose Mourinho has told veterans John Terry, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole he wants them to stay at Chelsea. Also: Southampton face meltdown as the mastermind behind their resurrection prepares to quit.


    DAILY STAR
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    David Moyes is set for more transfer embarrassment with Paul Pogba ready to snub an amazing £40m return to Manchester United. Also: Newcastle star Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has apologised to Samir Nasri for almost kicking him out of the World Cup.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Manuel Pellegrini says Sergio Aguero's return will only strengthen Manchester City's bid to pull off football's mission impossible - an unprecedented 'Quadruple'. Also: Neil Back says England have to throw caution to the wind and go on the attack in the Six Nations if they are to have any hope of winning the World Cup next year.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Jose Mourinho has started the mind games with David Moyes by claiming he has 'inside information' on Manchester United's struggles under their new manager. Also: Arsenal are ready to splash out £37million on the German wonderkid they believe can be the next Robin van Persie.

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    THE TIMES:
    Mauricio Pochettino, the Southampton manager, insisted yesterday that that he would not follow Nicola Cortese out of St Mary's Stadium in the short term but admitted that he could not guarantee that he would see out the remaining 17 months of his contract. Also: Sergio Aguero sounded a warning to Manchester City's rivals by saying that he expects it to take no more than a week before he returns to peak form and fitness.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Southampton owner, Katharina Liebherr, has reacted with surprise to the notion that former chairman Nicola Cortese was forced out, the club having offered him a new salary package last year and requested minor changes in the way the club was run. Also: The Manchester United striker, Robin van Persie, has described David Moyes as "our leading man" and, in his strongest affirmation of faith in the manager, has declared that he will change the club's fortunes.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Robin van Persie is convinced David Moyes has the ability to turn round Manchester United's league season. Also: Bernie Ecclestone's command over Formula One has been diluted for the first time in 40 years with the announcement that he is no longer signing the cheques.....Mauricio Pochettino is ready to walk away from Southampton in the summer after hiring a team of lawyers to study the fine print in his contract at Southampton.



    DAILY STAR:
    Southampton have slapped a £30m price tag on teenage star Luke Shaw. Also: Jose Mourinho has earmarked scoring sensation Diego Costa as his major summer signing......Robin van Persie has backed David Moyes to recover from his horror start at Manchester United.DAILY MIRROR:

    Mauricio Pochettino last night put himself on collision course with his employers by threatening to quit as Southampton manager if his players are sold. Also: Tom Ince is ready to sign for mega-rich Monaco, placing major doubt over the future of dad Paul as Blackpool boss.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Mauricio Pochettino has pledged to remain at Southampton until the end of the season, when he will assess his options regarding the final year of his contract as he digested what he called the "heavy blow" of the departure of chairman, Nicola Cortese, on Wednesday evening. Also: Formula One will never be the same again following the news that Bernie Ecclestone has lost absolute power over the sport he transformed into a global empire.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Mauricio Pochettino has cast fresh doubt over his long-term future at Southampton by revealing that a decision on whether he remains manager next season will be put off until the summer. Also: Ravel Morrison has been left confused over whether West ham want to sell him this month.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Mauricio Pochettino has vowed to stay as Southampton manager until the end of the season but could change his mind if the club sell players without his agreement. Also: Bernie Ecclestone insists he will continue to run F1, despite stepping down from the sport's management board after being told he will stand trial in Germany on bribery charges.


 

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