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Message par Admin le Jeu 28 Nov - 10:18

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Wednesday November 27

Tottenham's Jermain Defoe has agreed to a switch to Toronto of MLS in the January transfer window, wages of £90,000 a week blowing away interest in the England striker from West Ham and QPR.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has been promised more cash in January to chase a new striker.
Jose Mourinho criticised his Chelsea players for poor decision making during 'a bad performance' in the Champions League against Basle on Tuesday night.
Liverpool are trailing Uruguayan teenage striker Kevin Mendez - after a glowing report from his countryman and current Reds hitman Luis Suarez.
Newcastle playmaker Yohan Cabaye has dropped a transfer hint, admitting he misses playing in the Champions League.
Manchester City are set to sign Nigerian starlet Kelechi Iheanacho, according to the striker's father.
Tony Pulis wants Cardiff club captain and centre-half Mark Hudson to bolster Crystal Palace's fight against relegation.
Joe Cole is ready to quit West Ham after being subbed before half-time during their weekend defeat at the hands of Chelsea.

A furious Joe Cole is ready to quit West Ham after being one of two players Sam Allardyce took off before half-time against Chelsea.

Manchester United will step up interest in Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke and Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria after former target Ander Herrera said he is not interested in a move to the Premier League champions.
Leighton Baines could have played his last game for Everton after six years at Goodison Park. His toe injury will keep him out until January, when Manchester United are expected to swoop for the left back.

David Moyes and his Manchester United squad suffered a mid-air scare in Germany on the way to the Champions League clash with Bayer Leverkusen when their plane had to abort its landing at Cologne airport.
West Bromwich Albion are no closer to tying Shane Long down to a new contract, with his current deal set to expire in the summer.
Fulham are monitoring defender Phil Bardsley's contract situation at Sunderland with a view to a January move.
Cardiff City defender Mark Hudson is one of the early names on new Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis' January shopping list.
Yohan Cabaye has suggested he may look to leave the club at the end of the season due to his desire to play in the Champions League again.

Halmstads' teenage Swedish striker Valmir Berisha has revealed that Liverpool, Tottenham, Sunderland and Celtic are among the clubs that are trying to sign him.
Liverpool and Manchester United are set to fight for the signature of Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan in January.

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri admits he was not himself last season under Roberto Mancini and claims he has matured since Manuel Pellegrini took over at the Etihad.
Manchester United manager says Wayne Rooney must continue to play with 'fire in his belly' despite his kick at Cardiff midfielder Jordon Mutch on Sunday.
Jack Wilshere's double on Tuesday night means that Arsenal travel to Napoli's Stadio San Paolo home on December 11, knowing that a point will guarantee their presence in the knockout stage of the Champions League.

Andre Villas-Boas is clinging to his job at Tottenham after the club's hierarchy questioned his suitability for the role.

Manuel Pellegrini insists there is 'no chance' that Joe Hart will be allowed to leave the club in January following rumours that the keeper could be allowed to go out on loan.

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Message par Admin le Jeu 28 Nov - 10:18

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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



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

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Message par jimy page le Sam 7 Déc - 21:29

DAILY TELEGRAPH:
Roy Hodgson was hardly singing in the rainforest at the news that England have been sent to Manaus, the capital of the jungle. Also: Greg Dyke was caught on camera making a cut-throat gesture last night after England were handed a nightmare World Cup group.


THE GUARDIAN:
Roy Hodgson struggled to put a brave face on a World Cup draw that paired England in a group with Italy and Uruguay, and involved a trip to the heat of the Amazon jungle. Also: This was a day of few consolations for England. In fact by midday it was torture, not even of the drip, drip variety, so rapidly did the Australians advance.


THE TIMES:
Greg Dyke will never again catch the public mood as effectively as he did with his cut-throat gesture when England were pitted, dauntingly, against Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica in the 2014 World Cup finals yesterday. Also: David Moyes' troubled week took another turn for the worse yesterday when Rio Ferdinand appeared to criticise his preference for naming his teams at the last minute and Wilfried Zaha took to Twitter to deny that he has been in a relationship with the daughter of the Manchester United manager.


THE INDEPENDENT:
When England were drawn against Slovenia, Algeria and the United States in Group C of the 2010 World Cup, The Sun front page proclaimed "EASY - England, Algeria, Slovenia, Yanks". Also: David Moyes' press conference for the TV stations yesterday was so austere it made your eyes water.


DAILY MAIL:
FA chairman Greg Dyke summed up what he thought of England's World Cup hopes by making an outrageous cut-throat gesture as he heard the draw last night. Also: Brendan Rodgers has explained why Andy Carroll had to be sacrificed to turn Luis Suarez into one of the most feared finishers on the continent.


DAILY EXPRESS:
FA chairman Greg Dyke appeared to write off England's World Cup chances with a throat-cutting gesture after the team were drawn in a Group of Death with Italy, Uruguay and Costa Rica. Also: Debutant Ben Stokes said there were no recriminations in the England dressing room over the dropped catches that have virtually cost them the chance of winning the second Ashes Test.


DAILY MIRROR:
England were plunged into a jungle hell as Sir Geoff Hurst apologised for his part in Roy Hodgson's nightmare World Cup draw. Also: Alan Pardew reckons the Premier League's top teams have lost a "fear factor" this season.


THE SUN:
England fans were in uproar last night after watching FA chairman Greg Dyke ridicule our World Cup chances. Also: Liverpool are ready to open contract talks with Luis Suarez.


DAILY STAR:
Bungling FA chairman Greg Dyke made a cut-throat gesture after England were drawn in a World Cup Group of Death. Also: Rio Ferdinand claims David Moyes is turning Manchester United into a nervous wreck.


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Message par jimy page le Dim 8 Déc - 15:44

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


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



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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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Message par jimy page le Mar 10 Déc - 10:00

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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Message par jimy page le Mer 18 Déc - 10:23

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:
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:
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:
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:
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:
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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Message par jimy page le Jeu 19 Déc - 14:44

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:
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:
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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Re: EXCLUSIVE Football News

Message par Admin le Ven 20 Déc - 13:23

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.

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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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Re: EXCLUSIVE Football News

Message par hamizo04 le Ven 27 Déc - 12:29

THE SUN:
Arsene Wenger claimed Arsenal proved they are genuine title contenders after coming from behind to win at West Ham. Also: Malky Mackay last night revealed he has still not had talks with Cardiff owner Vincent Tan.


DAILY MAIL:
Brendan Rodgers faces an FA charge after questioning the integrity of referee Lee Mason and labelling the match officials "horrendous" following Liverpool's defeat at Manchester City last night. Also: Arsene Wenger insists the stirring 3-1 comeback victory at West Ham yesterday proves Arsenal are genuine title contenders.


DAILY MIRROR:
Brendan Rodgers blasted "horrendous" referee Lee Mason and his officials after seeing his side's title hopes suffer a bitter blow. Also: Wayne Rooney claims Manchester United have joined the title fight after inspiring their comeback at Hull.


DAILY EXPRESS:
Brendan Rodgers risked an FA charge by appearing to question the impartiality of referee Lee Mason and his assistants after Liverpool's 2-1 defeat by Manchester City last night. Also: Arsene Wenger says his team showed their title-winning credentials as they came from behind to win 3-1 at West Ham yesterday - but was counting the cost of a "serious" injury to Aaron Ramsay.


DAILY STAR:
Furious Brendan Rodgers blasted the "horrendous" match officials after Liverpool lost out to title rivals Manchester City. Also: Manchester City KO'd Liverpool's hopes of going back to the top of the table in an Etihad Stadium thriller.


THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, is to ask the Premier League why "a referee from Greater Manchester" was in charge of Thursday's fixture which ended in a controversial defeat for the visitors. Also: Jose Mourinho has been repeatedly telling his team that they need to become "killers" but this was another frustrating example of their propensity to rely on a glancing blow rather than bludgeon such obviously inferior opposition into submission.


THE TIMES: I
n the festive racing arena once ruled by Desert Orchid and Kauto Star, it was time for a new hero. Into the breach stepped Silviniaco Conti, a horse of mysterious naming but solidly unambiguous virtues. Also: It was only a friendly, so to speak. Andy Murray lost in straight sets to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga yesterday in front of a sprinkling of supporters under lights in Abu Dhabi, which is light years away from Centre Court on a summer's afternoon


THE GUARDIAN:
Manchester City preserved their 100% home record at the expense of Liverpool's attempt to climb back to the top of the table, coming from a goal down to secure the points that took them past their north-west rivals to go second behind Arsenal. Also: Paul Nicholls extended his near-monopoly on the feature race of the Christmas programme and increased the momentum of his challenge for the trainers' championship when Silviniaco Conti and Al Ferof finished first and third in the King George VI Chase at Kempton yesterday.


THE INDEPENDENT:
Brendan Rodgers risked possible Football Association action by questioning the appointment of a Greater Manchester referee to officiate the fixture against Manchester City, in which a 2-1 defeat for his Liverpool side allowed Arsenal to regain top spot in the Premier League. Also: Malky Mackay, the Cardiff manager, will finally get his meeting with the club's owner, Vincent Tan, tomorrow and will learn his fate

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Message par jimy page le Dim 29 Déc - 10:30

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Nicolas Anelka faces an FA probe after being accused of making a neo-Nazi racist salute.

Joe Hart needed six stitches after suffering a sickening cut eye during his heroic performance against Crystal Palace.

Malky Mackay faces six months out of football because of his forthcoming legal war with Cardiff owner Vincent Tan.


SUNDAY MIRROR

Joe Hart was bloody and brilliant as Manchester City hit the top of the Premier League.

Tottenham will resume their attempts to recruit Louis van Gaal.


DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manuel Pellegrini had one eye on the Premier League title last night - and praised keeper Joe Hart for his performance after cutting his left one in a gruesome incident at the Etihad.

Cardiff City's bid to land Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new boss is under threat - from Sir Alex Ferguson.

Tottenham's top managerial choice is Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone.


SUNDAY EXPRESS

Ashley Cole could be heading for a stunning move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

Nicolas Anelka was at the centre of an international race row last night after appearing to celebrate his two goals at West Ham with an anti-Semitic salute.


MAIL ON SUNDAY

Controversial striker Nicolas Anelka is to be the subject of a Football Association investigation after allegations that he used an anti-Semitic gesture to celebrate his first goal in West Bromwich Albion's 3-3 Premier League draw at West Ham yesterday.

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is the man most likely to join Arsenal in the January transfer window to help support Olivier Giroud up front.


THE SUNDAY TIMES

Nicolas Anelka, the West Bromwich Albion striker, was last night facing a storm of controversy in France for making a "race-hate" gesture at Upton Park to celebrate the first of his two goals in his club's 3-3 draw against West Ham United in the Premier League.

Giles Clarke, the chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, has confirmed he wants and expects Andy Flower to remain as England's team director through to the next World Cup and home Ashes series in 2015.


THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Nicolas Anelka is under investigation by the Football Association for a gesture which was last night condemned by the French Sports Minister as a "shocking disgusting" display of anti-semitism.

Welsh rugby will be plunged further into crisis this week when the four regions refuse to sign a continuation of their participation agreement with the Welsh Rugby Union.


INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

Nicolas Anelka faces an investigation by the Football Association after he made a gesture when he scored for West Bromwich Albion yesterday that has been interpreted as being anti-Semitic or anti-Zionist.

Jose Mourinho has dismissed Luis Suarez's infamous biting of Branislav Ivanovic last season, saying that "everyone makes mistakes" and refusing to fuel the feud between the two clubs over the incident which earned the Uruguayan a 10-match ban.


THE OBSERVER

Nicolas Anelka could face a Football Association charge for his controversial goal celebration during yesterday's 3-3 draw with West Ham.

Manchester City were indebted to a battling performance from Joe Hart as they climbed to the top of the Premier League for the first time this season with a narrow 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace, Edin Dzeko scoring the winning goal midway through the second half.


THE PEOPLE

Malky Mackay will sacrifice his managerial career to take on Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan in court.

Birthday boy Tom Huddlestone proved a cut above the rest with his first goal since April 2011 - and celebrated by having his locks snipped.

Tottenham will try to lure Jurgen Klinsmann in the summer if their experiment with Tim Sherwood does not work.


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Re: EXCLUSIVE Football News

Message par jimy page le Mar 31 Déc - 10:39

DAILY MAIL:
Nicolas Anelka was ordered yesterday not to repeat his sick goal salute as it emerged Samir Nasri has also been photographed making the quenelle gesture. Also: Andy Flower wants to continue as team director despite England's dismal performance in the Ashes.


DAILY EXPRESS:
Manuel Pellegrini has rubbed salt into the wounds of his desperate Premier League title rivals by boasting that he is so happy with his squad at Manchester City he is unlikely to make any signings or sales when the transfer window opens tomorrow. Also: Nicolas Anelka could be back playing for West Brom tomorrow despite refusing to apologise for making a controversial racist gesture.


DAILY MIRROR:
David Moyes is ready to battle Everton again for Leighton Baines with a fresh £16million bid. Also: Mauricio Pochettino has launched an astonishing attack on referees claiming Southampton get a raw deal - because their players are "young and good-looking".


DAILY STAR:
Brendan Rodgers has hit back at Jose Mourinho's claims that Luis Suarez is a diver. Also: Andy Carroll has returned to full training as he bids to end his injury hell at West Ham.


THE SUN:
Samir Nasri apologised last night after being pictured doing a Nicolas Anelka-style salute. Also: Samuel Eto'o admits he should have been sent off for this tackle on Liverpool's Jordan Henderson.


THE TIMES:
Graham Gooch may be an early casualty of England's disastrous Ashes tour after Andy Flower signalled a fresh start but said that he would remain team director yesterday. Also: Brendan Rodgers has hit back at Jose Mourinho's condemnation of Luis Suarez.


THE INDEPENDENT:
Manchester United manager David Moyes fears that his hopes of reinforcing in the crucial left-back slot, which he considers one of the squad's week spots, will be dashed again this January. The vultures were circling, Andy Flower saw them coming and gently ushered them away.


THE GUARDIAN:
West Bromwich Albion went into into full scale damage limitation mode yesterday as the Football Association discussed Nicolas Anelka's contentious quenelle celebration with Jewish leaders. Also: Andy Flower believes England have come to the end of an era but is excited about the prospect of helping to build a new team from the wreckage of the one that might well feel a final twist of the knife in Sydney this week.


DAILY TELEGRAPH:
After months of speculation Andy Flower has committed himself to England's future. Also: David Moyes is considering a £20million move for Luke Shaw in the January transfer window, despite fears that Southampton will resist all offers for the 18-year-old full-back.


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