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THE SUN: Fabio Capello last night emerged as a shock contender to replace Andre Villas-Boas at Chelsea. Also: The FA have not ruled out Harry Redknapp becoming England manager just for Euro 2012 - then letting him return to his Tottenham job.

DAILY MIRROR: FA chiefs will have to pay Spurs £5million to make Harry Redknapp the next England boss. Also: Fabio Capello has been gagged as a TV pundit - in case he criticises England.

DAILY MAIL: The cost of appointing Harry Redknapp as England manager will exceed £10million - before the FA pay him a penny in wages. Also: The Football Association were yesterday accused of hypocrisy over racism when they unveiled Stuart Pearce as temporary successor to Fabio Capello as England manager.

DAILY EXPRESS: The FA will today plan their strategy to make Harry Redknapp the next permanent England boss and avoid a Three Lions management farce. Also: Patrick Vieira has accused referees and the Football Association of a conspiracy to undermine Manchester City's title hopes.

DAILY STAR: The FA will bend over backwards - and pay what it takes - to make Harry Redknapp the new England manager. Also: Andre Villas-Boas last night denied Chelsea are to blame for England's managerial crisis.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Harry Redknapp is interested in taking charge of England for this summer's European Championships but the FA will have to persuade him to lead the team into the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. Also: The FA is bracing itself for criticism over its decision to appoint Stuart Pearce as England caretaker after the governing body was reminded yesterday of a past incident when he allegedly racially abused Paul Ince.

THE TIMES: Football Association executives will meet at Wembley today to discuss the best way of securing Harry Redknapp's appointment as England manager. Also: Jermain Defoe believes that Tottenham Hotspur's players will be caught between club and country if the FA offers Harry Redknapp the job of England manager.

THE GUARDIAN: The Football Association is contemplating replacing Fabio Capello by bringing in a new England manager purely for Euro 2012 and then appointing a permanent replacement at the end of the tournament. Also: Fabio Capello, speaking for the first time since his dramatic resignation as England's manager on Wednesday, has confirmed he chose to walk away because he "could not permit interference from the Football Association in my work".

THE INDEPENDENT: The Football Association yesterday dismissed concerns that it could be open to charges of hypocrisy over the appointment of interim England manager Stuart Pearce, who had to apologise for allegedly racially abusing Paul Ince during a Premier League game in 1994. Also: Despite a league position which he describes as "not very honourable", Andre Villas-Boas insists he is relaxed about Roman Abramovich's increased attention.
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THE MAIL ON SUNDAY: Sir Alex Ferguson has called for Luis Suarez to be booted out of English football after the striker refused to shake hands with his race victim, Patrice Evra, before yesterday's game of shame between Manchester United and Liverpool. Also: Harry Redknapp will receive a formal approach to take over as England manager from the Football Association within the next few days. But he will tell the FA that he must see out the season with Tottenham.

THE PEOPLE: Sir Alex Ferguson claimed Luis Suarez should never again play for Liverpool after the Uruguay striker snubbed Patrice Evra's handshake at Old Trafford. Also: FA chiefs are panicking that they simply cannot afford the £30million cost of appointing their number one target Harry Redknapp as England boss. Also: Carlos Tevez is heading back to Manchester on Tuesday - and a sensational return to City's title charge.

SUNDAY MIRROR: Luis Suarez was branded "a disgrace" for snubbing Patrice Evra's handshake yesterday. Also: Harry Redknapp will lead England into the Euro 2012 finals this summer. Also: Jurgen Klinsmann wants to succeed Harry Redknapp at Tottenham.

SUNDAY EXPRESS: England chairman David Bernstein insists the FA will spend whatever it takes to get the right man to succeed Fabio Capello. Also: Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson labelled Luis Suarez "a disgrace" and called on Liverpool to kick him out of the club after yesterday's red-hot confrontation.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday launched a sensational attack on Luis Suarez, blasting: "He is a disgrace to Liverpool and shouldn't be allowed to play for them again." Also: Spurs could demand £15million from the FA if Harry Redknapp is appointed as England manager.

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Sir Alex Ferguson branded Luis Suarez a "disgrace to Liverpool" and urged the Anfield club to "get rid" of the Uruguayan after he refused to shake Patrice Evra's hand before Manchester United's 2-1 victory yesterday. Also: After a momentous week in which a five-year cloud of suspicion was finally dispersed, Harry Redknapp has another problem looming on the horizon - choosing between Tottenham and England.

THE SUNDAY TIMES: Roberto Mancini is making strenuous attempts to patch up Manchester City's row with Carlos Tevez. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson described Luis Suarez as a disgrace and said Liverpool should get rid of him after the player refused to shake Patrice Evra's hand before Manchester United's bad-tempered 2-1 win.

THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: Manchester United's manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, said last night that Liverpool's Luis Suarez was "a disgrace" and should never play for the club again after his refusal to shake Patrice Evra's hand before yesterday's game. Also: A year ago Chris Ashton scored four tries against Italy in a 59-13 Twickenham victory. He barely got four passes yesterday, as the Azzurri threw away the opportunity to register a first win over England.

THE OBSERVER: Sir Alex Ferguson branded Luis Suarez "a disgrace to Liverpool Football Club" and said he should never be allowed to play for them again after a toxic 2-1 win for Manchester United that began with the Uruguayan refusing to shake hands with Patrice Evra, the player he racially abused in October. Also: The deadline for applications to become the England head coach falls on Wednesday but Stuart Lancaster, who is doing the job on a temporary basis, does not believe his winning start has given him an advantage over his rivals.
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MONDAY FEBRUARY 13

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Luis Suarez is heading for the Anfield exit door after Liverpool officially branded him a liar.

Manchester United's tunnel bust-up with Liverpool on Saturday was sparked by a spitting storm.

Mick McCarthy said sorry to Wolves fans after his flops suffered a five-goal mauling by West Brom.

Harry Redknapp would love to see Paul Scholes represent England at the European Championships.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is set to raid Ipswich for starlet Carel Tiofack.

Alex McLeish is planning a £2.5million summer raid on cash-strapped Rangers for Lee Wallace.

Manchester City's Abdul Razak will join Championship Brighton on loan when Yaya Toure returns from the African Nations Cup.

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Roberto Mancini expects Carlos Tevez back in training this week, but still wants an apology from the striker.

Luis Suarez is heading for the Anfield exit after lying to his manager and undermining the club.

Andre-Villas Boas is battling to save his job as Chelsea manager.

Roberto Martinez has put QPR on alert after admitting contract talks with Victor Moses are on hold.

Alex McLeish is planning a £2.5million summer raid on cash-strapped Rangers for Scotland left-back Lee Wallace.

Bolton left-back Paul Robinson is being chased by Championship rivals Southampton and Burnley.

DAILY MAIL

Luis Suarez's Liverpool future has been plunged into doubt after he was accused by Anfield officials of deceiving them over his intention to shake hands with Patrice Evra.

The FA are preparing to wait until the end of the season before making an approach for Harry Redknapp to become England manager.

DAILY STAR

Luis Suarez is fighting for his Liverpool career after the club ordered him to issue a humiliating apology for snubbing a handshake with Patrice Evra.

Paul Scholes is set to be offered a place in England's Euro 2012 squad if Harry Redknapp gets the job.

Roberto Mancini has revealed he is prepared to kiss and make up with revel striker Carlos Tevez.

Andre Villas-Boas has admitted for the first time that he will be sacked if Chelsea finish outside the top four.

DAILY EXPRESS

Harry Redknapp last night said he would try to persuade Paul Scholes to be part of his team at Euro 2012.

Luis Suarez's long-term future at Liverpool is in serious doubt after he was publicly castigated by the Anfield hieratchy and accused of misleading them over his intentions to shake hands with Patrice Evra.

Roberto Mancini insists he will be willing to shake Carlos Tevez's hand if the striker apologies to him.

Andre Villas-Boas has admitted his position is on the line should Chelsea miss out on qualifying for the Champions League last 16.

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Dave King has been ruthlessly axed as a Rangers director for daring to question Craig Whyte's regime.

Portuguese hit-kid Edinho Junior has revealed he's desperate to sign for Celtic this week.
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The Times: Speculation over the future of Andre Villas-Boas increased last night after the Chelsea manager's tactics and team selection were openly criticised by his players during heated exchanges in front of Roman Abramovich. Also: Wolverhampton Wanderers will consider employing an interim manager for three months as they make retaining their Barclays Premier League status their priority after yesterday's dismissal of Mick McCarthy.

Daily Mail: Liverpool's American owners will fly in this week after the club's main sponsors waded into the storm caused by Luis Suarez. Also: Carlos Tevez will land back in England to face a fresh storm today after he accused Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini of treating him 'like a dog'.

Daily Star: Carlos Tevez is on a fresh collision course with Roberto Mancini after accusing him of treating him like a dog. Also: Andre Villas-Boas is facing a dressing-room backlash as Chelsea's season disintegrates.

Daily Mirror: Carlos Tevez blew any hope of a reconciliation with Roberto Mancini by accusing him of "treating me like a dog". Also: Andre Villas-Boas and his Chelsea stars have clashed in front of owner Roman Abramovich.

The Sun: Chelsea players do not care if beleaguered manager Andre Villas-Boas is sacked. Also: Paul Scholes will seriously consider a return to international football - eight years after his last England game.

The Guardian: The spectre of financial meltdown returned to British football yesterday after Rangers and Portsmouth both applied to be placed into administration. Also: Andre Villas-Boas sparked a blazing row with some of his senior Chelsea players on Sunday after calling the squad in on their day off to vent his anger over the 2-0 defeat at Everton.

The Independent: Carlos Tevez placed the prospects of a reconciliation with Roberto Mancini in jeopardy last night, declaring ahead of his return to England today that the Manchester City manager had treated him "like a dog" during their pitchside dispute in Munich and questioning Mancini's sincerity in holding out the prospect of a first-team return. Also: Standard Chartered have told Liverpool of their 'disappointment' over Luis Suarez's failure to shake hands with Patrice Evra.

Daily Telegraph: Carlos Tevez has jeopardised the prospects of salvaging his Manchester City career by accusing manager Roberto Mancini of treating him "like a dog". Also: Wolverhampton Wanderers will speak to Alan Curbishley about becoming their new manager after Mick McCarthy was sacked.

Daily Express: Carlos Tevez has accused Roberto Mancini of treating him like a dog to set up an explosive return to Manchester today. Also: Alan Curbishley is on the brink of a return to the Premier League as Wolves search for a proven firefighter to keep them up after sacking Mick McCarthy yesterday morning.
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DAILY STAR: Carlos Tevez will have to grovel to boss Roberto Mancini if he wants a Manchester City lifeline. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has been told he messed up by moving to Chelsea too quickly.

DAILY MIRROR: Carlos Tevez returned to Manchester City yesterday - and immediately felt the backlash over his three months on strike. Also: Andre Villas-Boas is being undermined by Jose Mourinho's close relationship with Chelsea players, says the Porto president.

THE SUN: Carlos Tevez was last night told he must make grovelling apologies before pulling on a Manchester City shirt again. Also: Daniel Sturridge is considering his future at Chelsea as their season lurches deeper into disarray.

DAILY EXPRESS: Carlos Tevez arrived back in England yesterday to a snub from Roberto Mancini and a furious backlash from Manchester City fans and former players. Also: Arsene Wenger has admitted the heat could be back on him if Arsenal mess up in Milan tonight.

DAILY MAIL: Carlos Tevez arrived back at Manchester City last night, but his chances of playing for the club again are still remote. Also: Craig Levein is risking the wrath of the FA by trying to poach some of England's top young players.

THE INDEPENDENT: Arsene Wenger said last night that his Arsenal team can still win the Champions League as they prepare to face Milan at San Siro tonight in the first knockout round with this and the FA Cup their only realistic hope of a first trophy since 2005. Also: Carlos Tevez was heartened to be welcomed back to Manchester City by at least four first-team players yesterday.

THE GUARDIAN: Arsene Wenger believes that Arsenal can make a statement of intent against Milan in the Champions League which could raise the temperature at Chelsea. Also: Carlos Tevez could be hit with another hefty fine by Manchester City after club officials were left infuriated by a highly critical interview the Argentina striker gave to South American television before returning to Manchester yesterday.

THE TIMES: Carlos Tevez arrived back in England yesterday after more than three months' unauthorised leave and immediately faced the threat of a fine of almost £400,000 from Manchester City. Also: If shock at the events of the previous 24 hours was Blue Monday for Rangers supporters, then yesterday turned into Black Tuesday.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: The process of drawing up a shortlist for the England head coach position will begin tomorrow, with interim coach Stuart Lancaster facing stiff competition from high-profile applicants, including former South Africa and Italy coach Nick Mallett. Also: Rangers are expected to be forced to cut staff and salaries after they entered administration and were deducted 10 points yesterday - a situation former captain Terry Butcher described as "pure carnage".
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DAILY MIRROR: Roberto Mancini slammed the door on Carlos Tevez returning to the Manchester City team last night. Also: Robinho and Kevin-Prince Boateng sent Arsenal crashing to their worst-ever European defeat in the San Siro.

DAILY MAIL: A stunning strike from former Tottenham midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng and two goals from ex-Manchester City star Robinho saw Arsenal's Champions League hopes crushed in the San Siro last night. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson believes Ryan Giggs could one day succeed him as Manchester United manager.

THE TIMES: Sir Alex Ferguson has identified Ryan Giggs as a serious candidate to succeed him as Manchester United manager. Also: As one truculent centre-forward broods at home, another returns to the fray, which pretty much encapsulates Manchester United's recent existence.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: This was men against boys, heavyweights battering lightweights, a ruthless Serie A side ripping apart naive visitors from the Premier League. Arsenal were outpaced, out-thought and outfought as Arsene Wenger's woeful failure to invest properly last summer finally caught up with them. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Paul Scholes to focus on Manchester United after claiming that an England comeback is 'too big a step'.

DAILY EXPRESS Arsenal were last night outclassed in a Champions League mauling at the San Siro. Also: Wayne Rooney is hoping the two-year-old colt he has in training at Michael Owen's Manor House Stables fares better than its dam's two previous foals.

DAILY STAR: Shell-shocked Arsenal were slaughtered in the San Siro last night. Also: Roberto Mancini last night hit back at Carlos Tevez by snapping: "I treated you too well."

THE GUARDIAN: For Arsenal here was the evidence of just how far they have fallen behind Europe's elite. Arsene Wenger's team were out-passed, out-thought and, ultimately, outclassed. Also: Alastair Cook hit another century in Abu Dhabi as England earned a successive victory over Pakistan in the second ODI.

THE SUN: Arsene Wenger suffered a San Siro shocker as Arsenal slumped to their biggest defeat in Europe. Also: Roberto Mancini has threatened to cast Carlos Tevez back into the wilderness.

THE INDEPENDENT: Sir Alex Ferguson has told Manchester United that he believes Ryan Giggs can be his successor as manager of the club when the 70-year-old finally walks away from Old Trafford. Also: Four years on from their famous win over Milan at San Siro, Arsenal have been through a lot of change and a lot of heartache but watching them crumble last night you would be hard pushed to make the claim that Arsene Wenger's team have got better.
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THE TIMES: Andre Villas-Boas insists he does not need the support of the Chelsea players to succeed at Stamford Bridge because he has the unequivocal support of Roman Abramovich. Also: Manchester United's first foray into the Europa League was marred by a hamstring injury to Antonio Valencia that Sir Alex Ferguson said would rule the Ecuador winger out for up to four weeks.

DAILY EXPRESS: Sir Alex Ferguson produced a half-time rocket to get

Manchester United's Europa League campaign off the ground in Amsterdam with a 2-0 win over Ajax. Also: American entertainment giants AEG are moving closer to a £450million takeover of Tottenham.

DAILY STAR: Sir Alex Ferguson produced a half-time rocket to get Manchester United's Europa League campaign off the ground in Amsterdam. Also: Mario Balotelli was allegedly subjected to racist abuse at Porto last night.

DAILY MAIL: Manchester City stars Yaya Toure and Mario Balotelli were racially abused by FC Porto fans at the Estadio do Dragao last night. Also: Arsene Wenger is running out of patience with Theo Walcott and could sell the forward in a summer clear-out.

THE SUN: Andre Villas-Boas insists he will boot out his Chelsea troublemakers. Also: Ashley Young gave Manchester United's Europa League campaign a flying start... Mario Balotelli had the last laugh after he was targeted with monkey chants by Porto fans.

THE GUARDIAN: Andre Villas-Boas has conceded he has lost the support of a section of the Chelsea dressing room but is unconcerned since he is confident of retaining the all-important backing of the club's owner, Roman Abramovich. Also: Arsene Wenger unleashed a tirade at his Arsenal players yesterday which startled some of them in its severity, as he sought to refocus minds following the club's Champions League humiliation at Milan.

DAILY MIRROR: Claudio Ranieri has warned Andre Villas-Boas that he is this season's 'dead man walking'. Also: Manchester United were left reeling last night after Antonio Valencia was ruled out for four weeks with a hamstring injury.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Arsene Wenger is ready to launch a major summer clear-out of his failing Arsenal squad after Wednesday night's 4-0 humiliation against AC Milan. Also: The racism epidemic which has poisoned English football this season last night followed Manchester City to continental Europe.

THE INDEPENDENT: Andre Villas-Boas said last night that he does not care what his players think of him and that he retains the support of Chelsea's owner, Roman Abramovich. Also: Kenny Dalglish was confronted yesterday with the first evidence that other clubs will seek to capitalise on Luis Suarez's uncertain future, as Paris Saint-Germain indicated through the French press that they may seek to sign the player this summer.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17

DAILY MAIL

Harry Redknapp last night said he is willing to manager England on a part-time basis at Euro 2012 while remain in charge of Tottenham.

Arsene Wenger is running out of patience with Theo Walcott and could sell the forward in a summer clear-out.

PSG have declared an interest in Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.

Manchester City midfielders Gai Assulin and Abdul Razak are going to Brighton on loan.

Middlesbrough midfielder Barry Robson will join Vancouver Whitecaps this summer.

Manchester United have contracted Mario Gotze's agent Dirk Hebel over a move for the Borussia Dortmund midfielder.

Tottenham scouts ran the rule over £12million-rated Ajax centre back Jan Vertonghen.

Bolton striker Kevin Davies is out for three games after injuring knee ligaments.

Fulham are watching Ghana defender Isaac Vorsah.

THE SUN

Andre Villas-Boas insists he will boot out his Chelsea troublemakers.

Harry Redknapp admits he could manager England part-time at Euro 2012 while still in charge of Spurs.

Liverpool will snub any attempt by PSG to offer Luis Suarez an escape route from Liverpool.

Milan Mandaric has launched a sensational bid to save Rangers.

Steve Bruce will meet Wolves big-wigs today in a bid to convince them he is the man to save the club from relegation.

Cardiff are lining up a swoop for Newcastle's Peter Lovenkrands.

Manchester United are after Valencia defender Adil Rami.

Rising star George Long has signed a new four-year deal at Sheffield United - despite interest from Manchester United.

DAILY MIRROR

Claudio Ranieri has warned Andre Villas-Boas that he is this season's 'dead man walking'.

Harry Redknapp is ready to lead England into Euro 2012 as a part-time coach.

Liverpool will resist moves by PSG to offer Luis Suarez an escape route.

Alan Curbishley has moved into pole position for the Wolves job - but Steve Bruce is due to stake his claim today.

Cardiff are lining up a loan move for Newcastle striker Peter Lovenkrands.

Huddersfield owner Dean Hoyle will finish his skiing holiday - before heading back to tell his payers why he sacked Lee Clark.

Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini are squaring up for a battle to sign Derby wonder kid Will Hughes.

DAILY STAR

Harry Redknapp admits he could manage England at Euro 2012 while he is still in charge at Spurs.

Andre Villas-Boas admits he doesn't care if he has lost the Chelsea dressing room - as long as Roman Abramovich still rates him.

PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti is ready to offer Luis Suarez an escape route out of the Premier League.

Gus Poyet is eyeing a fast-track to the Premier League - and warned he will do it with or without Brighton.

DAILY EXPRESS

American entertainment giants AEG are moving closer to a £450million takeover of Tottenham.

DAILY RECORD

Ally McCoist was last night facing the harrowing task of having to hand pick the players who will have their Rangers careers terminated next week.
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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19

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Andrew Villas-Boas faces the therat of being sacked as Chelsea boss this week after an ultimatum from owner Roman Abramovich.

Luis Suaraz intends to make a sensational visit to Old Trafford to watch former club Ajax play Manchester United on Thursday night.

Luka Modric has turned his back on Chelsea and will join Manchester United this summer if he leaves Tottenham.

Spurs have stepped up their interest in Ajax skipper and central defender Jan Vertonghen.

Manchester City striker John Guidetti is a summer target for Bayern Munich.

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is keeping tabs on midfielder Ivan Todorovic.

Chelsea chief Roman Abramovich is setting up a sensastional swoop for Serbian starlet Lazar Markovic.

Birmingham want forgotten Bolton forward Robbie Blake.

Everton striker Apostolos Vellios is pondering a summer move.

Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton have stepped up their interest in Anderlecht's Matias Suarez.

Ipswich striker Jason Scotland has turned down a loan move to Bristol City.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Jamie Redknapp has become the most important man in English football.

Serie A club Palermo are planning a cheeky summer bid for Luis Suarez.

Andre Villas-Boas' Chelsea future looked in even more doubt last night after Didier Drogba led a half-time team talk in the tunnel.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Jamie Redknapp - not Harry - is likely to decide who the next England manager will be.

Steve Bruce faced an angry backlash from Wolves fans last night as he emerged as the frontrunner to succeed Mick McCarthy.

SUNDAY MAIL

Ally McCoist last night threw his weight behind a full inquiry into Craig Whyte's timebomb takeover of Rangers.
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MONDAY FEBRUARY 20

THE SUN

* Arsene Wenger was last night assured his job as Arsenal boss is safe.

* Brighton made FA Cup history yesterday - by netting three own goals.

* George Graham has delivered a devastating verdict on Arsene Wenger's Arsenal flops.

* Portsmouth are still paying players 'crazy' wages of more than £30,000 a week.

* Andre Villas-Boas will at least get the chance to see Naples - but the dying could come quickly afterwards.

* Roy Hodgson is set to take advantage of the financial uncertainty at Nottingham Forest to swoop for Garath McCleary.

* Robbie Keane will return to the Premier League unless he can cure his homesickness.

* Liverpool have taken Portsmouth's Under-17 captain Sam Magri on trial. They are ready to pay the cash-hit Championship club £150,000 for the defender who has yet to play in the first team.

* Keith Curle is set to take over at Notts County after the sacking of Martin Allen.

* Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard warned there is far more to come from Liverpool's 'Three Amigos'.

* Tony Pulis could face an FA charge after blasting fourth official Lee Probert - again.

* Harry Redknapp joked his chances of being named the next England boss took a dive after his Tottenham side failed to beat tiny Stevenage.

* Steve Bruce could take charge of Wolves for Saturday's clash with his beloved Newcastle.

DAILY STAR

* Andre Villas-Boas will turn to Chelsea's old guard to save his skin in Italy on Tuesday night.

* Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal's crisis will be over if they beat Spurs next Sunday.

* Harry Redknapp last night admitted he did his England hopes no favours as Tottenham struggled to a draw against Stevenage.

DAILY MIRROR

* Kenny Dalglish has ofered another apology after reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals - this time for letting his heart rule his head. The Reds manager intervened late on in his side's six-goal mauling of Brighton to let Luis Suarez take a penalty.

* Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been assured his job is safe for another two years.

* Robbie Keane will return to the Premier League in the summer - if he cannot get over his homesickness in the United States.

* Birmingham have extended the trial of Argentine striker Julian Cardellino.

* Steven Gerrard led Liverpool into the FA Cup quarter-finals and set his sights on a cup double.

* Andre Villas-Boas is preparing to take a huge Champions League fitness gamble on John Terry. Villas-Boas insists he will not put Fernando Torres before the good of his Chelsea team.

DAILY EXPRESS

* Andre Villas-Boas is ready to ask captain John Terry to defy the pain and help him rescue his job in Naples on Tuesday night.

* Furious Arsenal fans will this week turn their anger on chief executive Ivan Gazidis, who celebrated a friend's wedding in Mexico while the club were condemned to a seventh year without a trophy.

* Steve Bruce is now the clear front-runner for the job of Wolves manager with a second interview planned this week.

* Tony Pulis called for a summit between managers and referees following Rory Delap's red card as last season's beaten finalists saw off the spirited challenge of the FA Cup's lowest-ranked remaining club.

* David Nugent is feeling the Wembley "buzz" once again now as his Leicester side find themselves just two games away from the FA Cup final.

* Owen Coyle believes Ryo Miyaichi can follow in the footsteps of Jack Wilshere and Daniel Sturridge by laying the foundations of his career while helping Bolton.

* Harry Redknapp was given a potential glimpse of the future yesterday. A big team trying to beat so-called minnows in a cramped stadium with a bobbly pitch - and struggling badly.

* Nigel Clough is already looking to the summer sales after Derby extended their winless streak to six games.

DAILY MAIL

* Arsene Wenger says he will not quit as Arsenal manager after his side were knocked out of the FA Cup and blew their last chance of a trophy for the seventh season in a row.

* Stoke eased into the FA Cup quarter-finals yesterday - but manager Tony Pulis was still furious.

* Andre Villas-Boas is ready to take a fitness gamble on John Terry in tomorrow's make-or-break clash in Naples.

* Roy Keane is emerging as a candidate to be Wolves' new manager. Second interviews are scheduled to take place this week and early favourite Steve Bruce is reluctant to accept the job on a short-term basis until the end of the season.

* Tottenham and PSG want Internacional striker Leandro Damiao.

* Porto fans making racist gestures at Manchester City fans in last week's Europa League tie in Portugal included young children in executive boxes at Estadio do Drago, it emerged last night.

DAILY RECORD

* Ally McCoist is pondering an appeal over the SPL decision to block Daniel Cousin's signing.

* Craig Gordon is back in the Scotland set-up after a year of injury and will be joined in Craig Levein's squad by Blackpool wonderkid Matt Phillips.

* McCoist has revealed how telephone calls in the middle of the night from Walter Smith helped him through his most harrowing week in football.
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