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DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson will have hip surgery this summer - and is odds on to miss the start

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    DAILY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson will have hip surgery this summer - and is odds on to miss the start of the new season. Also: Steven Gerrard has put Liverpool's season into stark context, by admitting even winning the derby and finishing above their most intense rivals will mean nothing.

    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho wants to keep legends Frank Lampard and John Terry at Chelsea next season. Also: Alex Ferguson and Rafa Benitez are at war again.

    DAILY MAIL:
    Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Rafa Benitez of being driven by self-interest. Also: Chelsea's interim manager Rafa Benitez was all smiles in the sunshine after being named as April's Barclays Premier League manager of the month.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Rafael Benitez and Sir Alex Ferguson have renewed their long-running feud ahead of Chelsea's visit to Old Trafford tomorrow. Also: Arsene Wenger is 99 per cent certain that 73 points will be enough for Arsenal to finish in the top four and qualify for the Champions League.

    THE TIMES:
    Roberto Mancini admitted last night that he had no assurances from the Manchester City owners over his future and said he did not know why the club's director of football met with the agent of Manuel Pellegrini, the Malaga coach, this week. Also: The long-running conflict between Sir Alex Ferguson and Rafael Benitez will again overshadow tomorrow's Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Chelsea after the pair exchanged barb and back-handed compliments yesterday.

    DAILY STAR:
    Roberto Mancini has admitted for the first time he might not be Manchester City boss next season. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Jose Mourinho: Come back to England and get me fired up again.

    THE GUARDIAN:
    Jose Mourinho claimed that he has not yet made a decision on his future but did so during a press conference performance that felt like a farewell and a settling of scores. Also: Arsene Wenger says he would consider prolonging his stay at Arsenal beyond 2014 if he and the club felt that targets were being met but maintained he was preoccupied simply by the battle to secure a top-four finish this season.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has revealed that Harry Redknapp and "60 per cent" of the club's players have clauses in their contracts requiring them to take significant pay cuts following relegation from the Premier League. Also: Roberto Mancini has raised fresh doubt over his position as Manchester City manager by claiming he has been given no assurances by the club's hierarchy that he will remain beyond the end of this season.

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sir Alex Ferguson is relishing the impending return of Jose Mourinho to Chelsea but could not resist another swipe at Rafa Benitez last night. Also: Rory McIlroy is refusing to be railroaded into representing Ireland at the 2016 Olympics and may yet choose Great Britain instead.



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    THE GUARDIAN:
    Steve Bruce christened yesterday's breathless finale to the Championship season as the most "ridiculous" day in his long career, after his Hull City side secured promotion to the Premier League at Watford's expense. Also: Rafael Benitez has stoked his smouldering feud with Sir Alex Ferguson by insisting he is ready to "fight" his corner when the managers face each other today.


    SUNDAY TIMES:

    Hull City manager Steve Bruce was still trying to calm his rattled nerves 20 minutes after the final whistle at the KC Stadium and enjoy the feeling of being back in the Premier League. Also: Rafa Benitez could be offered the chance to join the Bundesliga boom, with Schalke eyeing the Spaniard after he guided Chelsea to the Europa League final.

    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:

    "We have a score from Vicarage Road..." the PA announcer shrieked. "It's Watford one..." he paused. "Leeds United two!" Some erupted, others stared ahead disbelievingly and others flooded the pitch. Also: An afternoon which began portentously with thunder and lightning ended in bitter anticlimax and undisguised anxiety for the welfare of two young Watford goalkeepers.

    THE OBSERVER:

    As a Manchester United old boy, Steve Bruce never thought he would be giving thanks to Leeds United, but he did so last night after a 2-1 victory over Watford enabled his Hull team to win promotion to the Premier League. Also: Roberto Martinez declared his Wigan team are ready to do their own double by securing survival and winning silverware after they came from behind to defeat West Bromwich Albion, though the gloss was taken off a vital victory as wing-back Jean Beausejour was ruled out of the FA Cup final.

    THE SUN:

    Gareth Bale saved Spurs with a stunning late strike - and then heard the praise of both managers ringing in his ears. Also: Steve Bruce led Hull back into the Premier League and roared: It's my finest achievement as a manager.

    SUNDAY PEOPLE:

    Jose Mourinho has arranged a first summit with Roman Abramovich aboard the Chelsea owner's super-yacht this week. Also: Phil Jones is heading for a bumper new deal with Manchester United.

    SUNDAY MIRROR:

    Steve Bruce hailed Hull City's £110million promotion to the Premier League as his greatest managerial achievement. Also: Manchester United will test Tottenham's resolve to keep Gareth Bale.

    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

    Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he would be prepared to make a sensational return to Manchester United. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson does not have many regrets in life - but not signing Frank Lampard is certainly one of them.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS:

    Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has warned that the newly crowned champions have the cash to make a huge signing. Also: A remarkable week for Gareth Bale was rounded off in style by the Welshman yesterday when he fired Spurs to a last-gasp win over Southampton.

    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:

    Rafa Benitez will be offered the chance to join Germany's footballing renaissance next season, with Schalke chasing him as their No.1 choice to be new manager. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed reports he will miss the start of Manchester United's Premier League title defence next season following hip surgery.

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    DAILY STAR:
    Furious Sir Alex Ferguson slammed Chelsea's David Luiz for getting Rafael sent off - and then smiling. Also: Hull owner Assem Allam celebrated promotion to the Premier League - and then vowed to get the Tigers into Europe.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sir Alex Ferguson accused David Luiz of unprofessional conduct after Chelsea gave their Champions League qualifying hopes a boost with a vital victory at Old Trafford. Also: Andre Villas-Boas believes Chelsea are still in ''turmoil'' 14 months after his departure and says that the managerial changes since he left reassure him that his sacking was no reflection of his own abilities as a head coach.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Sir Alex Ferguson accused David Luiz of acting like 'a dying swan' to get Rafael sent off as Chelsea snatched victory at Old Trafford yesterday. Also: One wait continues but another is almost over. David Moyes may feel aggrieved that he is still waiting for a first victory at Anfield but he is, at least, on the brink of ending a curious anomaly.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson accused David Luiz of conning referee Howard Webb to get Rafael sent off at Old Trafford. Also: David Moyes last night accused officials of favouring Liverpool in derbies at Anfield and claimed Everton were robbed of a winner.



    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson slammed David Luiz for acting like a 'dying swan' to get Rafael sent off. Also: David Moyes angrily claimed he had been robbed of a first win at Anfield by the ref.



    THE TIMES:
    Sir Alex Ferguson launched a scathing attack on David Luiz after Rafael Da Silva was sent off for kicking the Chelsea defender as tempers flared at Old Trafford yesterday. Also: A spectacular volcanic island off the coast of Naples was the stunning backdrop for the latest celebration for British cycling.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Sir Alex Ferguson conceded yesterday that his title-winning Manchester United team had lost their "edge" having been beaten in the last three minutes by Chelsea. Also: Jamie Carragher will remember his final Merseyside derby as one in which he kept a clean sheet and extended Liverpool's run in these fixtures at Anfield to 14 years without defeat.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Sir Alex Ferguson condemned David Luiz as lacking professionalism and accused the Brazilian of "rolling around like a dying swan" after he was pictured smiling on the ground following Rafael da Silva's dismissal for a foul on the Chelsea defender. Also: David Moyes hit out at referee Michael Oliver's decision to disallow Sylvain Distin's headed effort as Everton's 14-year winless run at Anfield went on.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Sir Alex Ferguson accused David Luiz of being a "diving swan" to fool the referee Howard Webb into sending off Rafael da Silva near the end of Chelsea's vital 1-0 win against Manchester United. Also: David Moyes claimed that referee Michael Oliver cost Everton a legitimate first win at Liverpool since 1999 with his decision to disallow Sylvain Distin's towering header at Anfield.

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    The Times:
    Ronnie O'Sullivan said last week that he only came back to snooker to pay for the school fees, but the £250,000 he pocketed for winning a fifth world title in imperious style should keep the bursars happy for a couple of months. Also: Sunderland battled back from going a man and a goal down to Stoke City last night to salvage the point that enabled them to climb above Newcastle United and Norwich City on goal difference and three points clear of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone.


    Daily Telegraph:
    However uneasily it lies, it is the head of Ronnie O'Sullivan that wears the crown once more. Also: David Luiz has told friends that his smile after going down under Rafael da Silva's challenge at Old Trafford on Sunday was because Manchester United fans were mocking him over his nickname, Sideshow Bob.


    The Guardian:
    Putting the lid at least for the time being on the war of words over Team Sky's leadership for the Tour de France, the general manager, Sir Dave Brailsford, finally weighed into the debate between Chris Froome, the runner-up at last year's Tour, and Sir Bradley Wiggins, the winner, and their respective camps. Also: Points rarely come more hard-earned than this. A goal behind and down to 10 men, Sunderland showed off their new, much-strengthened mentality by forcing an unlikely draw thanks to John O'Shea's second-half equaliser.


    The Independent:
    Dave Brailsford yesterday gave his unequivocal backing to Chris Froome as Team Sky's leader for this summer's Tour de France and in so doing dealt a significant blow to Bradley Wiggins' hopes of mounting a successful repetition of his historic victory last year. Also: Laura Robson confirmed her reputation as a player for the big occasion by moving into the third round of the Madrid Open yesterday after one of the biggest victories of her career.


    The Sun:
    Wojciech Szczesny insists Tottenham are not good enough to claim a top-four spot. Also: Paolo Di Canio hailed his battling 10-man Black Cats as they inched closer to Premier League survival.


    Daily Mirror:
    Jose Mourinho is lining up a shock move to take Steve Kean with him if he returns to Chelsea for a second spell. Also: Steven Gerrard seems certain to miss the end of the season and England matches - by bringing forward surgery on a shoulder problem.


    Daily Mail:
    Sporting comebacks do not come any better than this. Neither a 12-month sabbatical nor the most inspired debut World Championship final performance in recent memory by Barry Hawkins could prevent Ronnie O'Sullivan being crowned world champion for the fifth time last night after a scintillating 18-12 victory. Also: Paolo Di Canio last night told Sunderland's players they have to learn to control their passion as they face a clash with Southampton he called their "Champions League final".


    Daily Star:
    Juan Mata has warned Tottenham that Chelsea will stop Gareth Bale and win the race for the Champions League tomorrow night. Also: Roy Hodgson has been told that Phil Jagielka can be his main man in England's defence.

    Daily Express: Sir Bradley Wiggins will face an uphill battle to retain his Tour de France crown after Team Sky confirmed yesterday that Chris Froome will be their number one instead of the reigning champion. Also: David Moyes has challenged Phil Jagielka to seize the moment and push himself as the long-term solution to England's defensive problems.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United future was last night shrouded in doubt with the Scot understood to be seriously considering calling time on a managerial reign that has lasted almost 27 seasons. Also: Going, going, gone? This could well have been the night when Wigan Athletic's famous end-of-season resilience expired.


    THE TIMES
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    Chelsea's negotiations to secure the return of Jose Mourinho have reached an impasse over their refusal to pay the buyout clause in their former manager's contract at Real Madrid. Also: The euphoric strains of The Four Seasons; Let's Hang On! reverberated around the DW Stadium after Wigan Athletic took a precious lead with the final kick of the first half last night, but fatefully, perhaps, hanging on is not in their nature.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Wigan came up with the unexpected once again in their penultimate home fixture, failing to escape the bottom three before their Wembley weekend by losing what appeared to be the most winnable of their final three matches. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has accused Chelsea of playing "invisible" football and lacking style or identity since the days of Jose Mourinho as he prepares to return to Stamford Bridge for the first time since his sacking by Roman Abramovich last season.


    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Andre Villas-Boas yesterday suggested that Chelsea chose success over developing a distinctive style when they sacked him in March last year, as the Tottenham Hotspur manager prepares to return to Stamford Bridge tonight for a critical league game against his former club. Also: It would have been more bearable if Wigan Athletic had not contributed so terribly themselves to the result which may prove deeply significant in what, as things stand today, looks like a losing battle to extend their existence in the Premier League into a ninth year.


    THE SUN
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    Manchester United were last night engulfed in a frenzy of speculation about Alex Ferguson's future. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has finally admitted Frank Lampard never supported him at Chelsea.


    DAILY MIRROR
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    Wayne Rooney has told team-mates he wants to sign for Bayern Munich this summer. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to make an SOS call for a new assistant - as he prepares for life after his hip operation.


    DAILY STAR
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    Rafa Benitez admitted last night that Jose Mourinho's return to Chelsea is an open secret. Also: Wigan's Premier League place is hanging by a thread after an agonising 3-2 defeat last night.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Wigan's woeful defending looked certain to condemn them to relegation last night as Roberto Martinez's luck ran closer to empty. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson's future was the subject of intense speculation last night as rumours circled Manchester that he is set to announce his retirement.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Roberto Martinez reflected on an error-strewn defeat last night that left Wigan on the brink of relegation and admitted: 'We shot ourselves in the foot.' Also: Manchester United last night failed to quell persistent suggestions that Sir Alex Ferguson is about to announce details of his retirement.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    David Moyes will be confirmed as the next Manchester United manager but one of his first tasks will be to retain the services of Wayne Rooney. Also: Stuart Lancaster on Wednesday hailed the arrival on the international scene of Wasps wing Christian Wade and Bath's Kyle Eastmond as bringing the X-factor to England's game with echoes of the impact Jason Robinson made a decade ago.



    THE TIMES:
    David Gill insisted last night that succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson was "not an impossible job" as Manchester United prepare to announce the appointment of David Moyes as their new manager today. Also: Wayne Rooney has been told by Manchester United that he will not be sold this summer, although it remains to be seen whether David Moyes wants to keep the player with whom he had a difficult relationship at Everton.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    David Moyes's first challenge on succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager will be to persuade Wayne Rooney to stay at the club after the striker asked to leave a fortnight ago. Also: Andre Villas-Boas urged Tottenham Hotspur's supporters to "keep the faith" after his team surrendered the initiative to Arsenal in the pursuit of Champions League qualification despite twice coming from behind to frustrate Chelsea.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Manchester United's appointment of David Moyes as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor could be concluded as early as today, after weeks of work under a cloak of secrecy by the club to ensure a smooth transition at Old Trafford. Also: The Football Association, chairman David Bernstein, has cast doubt on an immediate England return for John Terry, saying that he considered the former captain still to be in retirement.


    THE SUN: Alex
    Ferguson wants David Moyes to succeed him as manager of Manchester United. Also: Andre Villas-Boas admits Tottenham's Champions League hopes are teetering on the brink.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    David Moyes will be named Manchester United manager today after being handpicked by Sir Alex Ferguson himself. Also: Chelsea last night gatecrashed Bayern Munich's attempt to sign Wayne Rooney.


    DAILY STAR:
    David Moyes is set to be confirmed today as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor as Manchester United manager. Also: Gyfli Sigurdsson netted a late equaliser to keep Tottenham in the hunt for the Champions League - and make Chelsea sweat on their own top four hopes.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Moyes will become Manchester United's new manager in the next 48 hours after Sir Alex Ferguson told the club he should be his successor. Also: Gylfi Sigurdsson controversially earned Andre Villas-Boas a face-saving draw on his return to Chelsea but that was not enough to keep Spurs' Champions League hopes in their own hands.


    DAILY MAIL:
    An astonishing day at Manchester United took an incredible twist last night when it emerged Wayne Rooney has asked to leave Old Trafford at a time when the club are close to securing the return of Cristiano Ronaldo. Also: Manchester United supporters wondering today just when their manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, chose his retirement date need to go back almost a year.

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    THE GUARDIAN:
    David Moyes was handed a six-year contract to become manager of Manchester United yesterday, showing the deep belief the club has in naming the Scot as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor. Also: Gareth Bale has given the clearest hint yet that he wants to stay at Tottenham Hotspur next season but admitted it will be a big blow if they miss out on Champions League qualification.



    THE TIMES
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    Wayne Rooney is prepared to re-consider his future at Manchester United after David Moyes was formally announced as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor as manager yesterday. Also: Just when Watford thought they had doused all the euphoria that Leicester City brought into this play-off semi-final first leg, David Nugent popped up to head in the goal that appears to have taken Nigel Pearson's team halfway to Wembley.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    David Moyes will decide Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future with the forward now open-minded about remaining at the club following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement. Also: The prospect of Jose Mourinho making an emotional return to Chelsea has received resounding dressing-room support, with Frank Lampard describing the self-styled 'Special One' as perhaps the "greatest manager in world football".



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Wayne Rooney is prepared to consider staying at Manchester United under David Moyes, who has been appointed manager on a remarkable six-year deal yesterday, but having made his second request to leave in three years he will find the odds stacked against him in his attempts to win over supporters and Sir Alex Ferguson's successor. Also: Britain's Mark Cavendish pulled off a faultless victory in the Giro d'Italia yesterday, bringing his stage wins in bunch sprints in this year's race to two out of two and his collection of Giro stage victories to a career total of 12.



    THE SUN
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    David Moyes is ready to raid his old club Everton for Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini. Also: John Terry and Frank Lampard could both be axed for the Europa League final.



    DAILY MAIL
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    David Moyes stepped into the biggest shoes in British football last night and was immediately tipped to succeed at Manchester United by predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson. Also: There was little at Grace Road to make England's front-line bowlers look anxiously over their shoulders as England Lions toiled in the face of an assault from New Zealand's Hamish Rutherford.



    DAILY STAR
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    David Moyes has told his new Manchester United bosses: Make signing Robert Lewandowski our number one priority. Also: Everton have made Malky Mackay their number one choice to succeed David Moyes at Goodison Park.


    DAILY MIRROR
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    David Moyes wants to make Marouane Fellaini his first signing for Manchester United - as Wayne Rooney's replacement. Also: John Terry and Frank Lampard are facing the ultimate Chelsea indignity with Rafa Benitez ready to leave them both out of the Europa League final.

    DAILY EXPRESS: David Moyes has been handed a six-year contract by Manchester United to underline their confidence that he is the right man to follow Sir Alex Ferguson. Also: BT Sport yesterday laid out the battle plan to take on Sky's dominance by offering free Premier League football to armchair fans - a plan that puts the inexperienced Michael Owen right at the vanguard as a co-commentator.

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    Daily Express:
    David Moyes insists his conscience is clear over his move to Manchester United, which came out of the blue. Also: Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas has called on the club to end the speculation surrounding Gareth Bale by giving him a new contract now.


    Daily Star:
    Andre Villas-Boas has urged the Tottenham board to break the bank to keep Gareth Bale. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson quit as Manchester United boss due to stress, according to Fabio Capello.


    Daily Mirror:
    Manchester United's players want Sir Alex Ferguson to be presented with the Premier League trophy tomorrow. Also: Wigan chairman Dave Whelan will lead his side out at Wembley today when they take on Manchester City in the FA Cup Final.


    Daily Mail:
    Galatasaray plan to take advantage of John Terry's predicament at Chelsea by signing him on a three-year contract worth up to £200,000 a week. Also: Fabio Capello has revealed that Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has chosen to retire because of the stress of managing in the Barclays Premier League.


    The Sun:
    Manchester United are lining up Karim Benzema as a replacement for Wayne Rooney. Also: Roberto Martinez has slapped a bubbly ban on his Cup final stars - but says their dressing room will be awash with Irn-Bru if they beat Manchester City.


    The Guardian:
    Galatasaray are to test John Terry's resolve to remain at Chelsea after the Turkish champions indicated they would be prepared to match the defender's salary, and offer him regular first-team football, as they prepare a formal bid for his services. Also: Darren Ferguson has promised that his father, Sir Alex, will not interfere with the running of Manchester United when David Moyes takes over on 1 July.


    Daily Telegraph:
    Roberto Mancini is battling to save his job as Manchester City manager at Wembley for the FA Cup final, with the club considering a deal to lure Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini to the Etihad Stadium. Also: David Moyes spoke of the "inner-devilment" driving him on, a quality that gives him a chance of succeeding at Manchester United.


    The Times:
    Samir Nasri has an awful lot to get off his chest. This is less of an interview and more of a confession, an apology, an appeal, a mission statement. Also: Roberto Mancini was facing a losing battle to save his job last night, with Manchester City on the brink of securing a deal with Manuel Pellegrini on the eve of the FA Cup Final.


    Independent:
    Manchester City's FA Cup Final preparations have been overshadowed by suggestions from Spain that manager Roberto Mancini is set to be replaced by Manuel Pellegrini, who has told his Malaga players that he is leaving the club. Also: David Moyes, the Manchester United manager-designate, will sit down with Wayne Rooney and seek to thrash out the striker's future as a matter of urgency.






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    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Roberto Mancini urged the Manchester City hierarchy to come clean on speculation linking Malaga manager Manuel Pellegrini with his job after Wigan's FA Cup final victory left him facing the sack at the Etihad Stadium. Also: Everton are planning a formal approach to Cardiff City to Malky Mackay about succeeding David Moyes as manager.


    Roberto Mancini: Dominating the back pages

    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Wigan Athletic, small-town Wigan, slayed the richest team in English football history to claim the greatest FA Cup final shock in a quarter of a century and push Roberto Mancini towards a bitter exit from Manchester City.



    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Roberto Mancini is set to leave Manchester City on a losing note after his side suffered a shock defeat in the FA Cup final against Wigan Athletic at Wembley yesterday.



    THE OBSERVER:
    Roberto Martinez paid glowing tribute to his Wigan team after they stunned Manchester City to win the FA Cup final at Wembley. Also: Frank Lampard has expressed his desire to stay with Chelsea for another season after he scored twice in a 2-1 win at Aston Villa to surpass Bobby Tambling and become the club's all-time leading goalscorer.



    THE SUN:
    The player nicknamed "Prince Harry" sent Wigan up to the Royal Box to lift one of the crown jewels of world football. Also: Angry Chelsea are considering making a complaint after Aston Villa fans abused John Terry as he was carried off.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Wayne Rooney believes he is being forced out of Manchester United after details of a training ground summit were leaked. Also: Roberto Mancini turned on his Manchester City bosses for failing to back him after Wigan pulled off one of the biggest FA Cup shocks in history.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson is set to sign off his career with one final triumph. Also: Ben Watson's last-gasp header saw Wigan pull off the biggest FA Cup final shock for 25 years.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Ben Watson scored a stunning header as little Wigan won the FA Cup against mighty Man City yesterday. Also: Arsenal are ready to put to the test Man United's claim that Wayne Rooney is not for sale.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    New Manchester United manager David Moyes is facing his first big clash - dealing with wantaway Wayne Rooney. Also: Roberto Martinez celebrated Wigan's sensational 1-0 FA Cup final win over Manchester City, then vowed: "Now for a glorious double."



    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Wigan Athletic pulled off the greatest FA Cup final shock in 25 years to embarrass Roberto Mancini and his £200million Manchester City team. Also: Roberto Mancini lost the chance to lift the FA Cup at Wembley last night - and now faces being sacked in the next two weeks as Manchester City moved to install Chilean Manuel Pellegrini as his successor.

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    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson choked back the tears and thanked Manchester United for "the most fantastic experience of my life." Also: Furious Roberto Mancini is heading for the Manchester City exit door claiming he has been knifed in the back.



    DAILY MAIL
    : Wayne Rooney made it clear he remains determined to quit Manchester United after an incredible snub at Sir Alex Ferguson's final home game yesterday. Also: Furious Roberto Mancini is today waiting to learn when exactly he will be sacked as Manchester City manager.



    DAILY STAR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson last night revealed wantaway Wayne Rooney asked to miss his manager's Old Trafford farewell. Also: Roberto Mancini will be sacked this week in the wake of Manchester City's FA Cup humiliation against Wigan.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson bid an emotional farewell to Old Trafford and urged Manchester United's fans to get behind his successor David Moyes. Also: Roberto Mancini will be sacked by Manchester City this week - with Manuel Pellegrini coming in to replace him.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Sir Alex Ferguson bowed out in his final home game as Manchester United manager with a 2-1 win over Swansea City before thanking everyone for the "most fantastic experience of my life" and imploring fans to get behind his successor, David Moyes. Also: Roberto Mancini is to be sacked as the Manchester City manager, with the Italian's tenure to end before the club's post-season tour to the United States and possibly this week.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    He left in style. Sir Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford with a Premier League medal, with an adoring audience chanting "we love you, Fergie" and, typically, he left with a decisive late goal. He left a winner. Also: Wayne Rooney's Manchester United career may have reached a point of no return after Sir Alex Ferguson revealed the forward had handed in a transfer request and did not want to play in his farewell game at Old Trafford because it had been rejected.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Roberto Mancini will be sacked this week by Manchester City to clear the way for the arrival of Manuel Pellegrini. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has told Wayne Rooney to get his head straight after confirming the England striker has requested to leave Manchester United... Wigan's FA Cup joy did not last long as all their relegation rivals pulled away from them yesterday.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    This is how they all dream of leaving. Every politician, every captain of industry, every totalitarian leader of every rogue state and every football manager that ever lived will have looked on Sir Alex Ferguson's day at Old Trafford yesterday and thought that, as farewells go, it would be pretty impossible to improve on. Also: At both Everton and Manchester United it was independence day. However, in contrast to Old Trafford, where Sir Alex Ferguson's goodbye was staged like a North Korean rally, David Moyes's farewell was understated and in its way classier.


    THE TIMES:
    Manchester United supporters bade an emotional farewell to Sir Alex Ferguson on an extraordinary day when their counterparts at Manchester City were coming to terms with the news that Roberto Mancini, their own manager, will be sacked.


 
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