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THE SUN: Alex Ferguson has blasted Owen Hargreaves for his criticism of Manchester United's medical staff. Also: Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has dramatically spoken for the first time about the horrific collision which knocked him out for nearly eight minutes.

DAILY MIRROR: Arsene Wenger had his own Eric Cantona moment yesterday as the pressure on him increases. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has hit back at Owen Hargreaves' claim that Manchester United are to blame for his three-year injury nightmare.

DAILY MAIL: The son of the late Sir Matt Busby has expressed his disgust and sadness after video footage of a four-year-old boy singing a song about the Munich disaster appeared on the internet yesterday. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United have accused Owen Hargreaves of talking rubbish after he suggested they had mismanaged the knee injuries that almost ended his career.

DAILY EXPRESS: Storm clouds gathered over Arsene Wenger last night as he outlined the Doomsday scenario of more Arsenal stars following Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri through the exit door. Also: Nick Easter has until Monday morning to prove his fitness, otherwise England will replace him in their World Cup squad with Thomas Waldrom, who is already standing by in Dunedin.

THE STAR: Sir Alex Ferguson has hit back at Owen Hargreaves after he claimed Manchester United mishandled his medical treatment. Also: Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal could struggle to convince skipper Robin van Persie and other top stars to sign new contracts.

THE TIMES: Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United moved yesterday to dismiss Owen Hargreaves' claims that his rehabilitation during three injury-ravaged years at Old Trafford was hindered by a course of injections. Also: Arsene Wenger fears that key Arsenal players will choose to run down their contracts rather than sign new deals with the club.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: The Chelsea manager, Andre Villas-Boas, yesterday delivered a sharp rebuke to his critics who accused him of being "naive" in the way he approached Sunday's Premier League meeting with Manchester United. Also: Kenny Dalglish has railed against what the Liverpool manager perceives as the country's "obsession" with Andy Carroll, insisting the striker will prove to be an asset for Anfield in the long-term and describing his £35million price tag as "irrelevant".

THE GUARDIAN: Sir Alex Ferguson has delivered a robust response to Owen Hargreaves' claims that Manchester United jeopardised the player's career and angrily defended the reputation of the club's medical staff. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has said he will continue to place as much importance on playing attractive football as on getting results even though he knows it will prove more difficult to satisfy Roman Abramovich's appetite for trophies.

THE INDEPENDENT: Sir Alex Ferguson said the sight of the Manchester United team hotel besieged by Leeds fans was "like something out of Zulu". Also: The pressure might be on Arsene Wenger but the Arsenal manager demonstrated yesterday that he still has the ability to come up with some of football's most striking metaphors when he compared himself to a polar bear, protecting his brood from the "bullets" of those who would seek to destroy them.
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SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: England's hopes of qualifying for Euro 2012 suffered a setback yesterday when Wayne Rooney missed Manchester United's draw at Stoke with a hamstring injury and Theo Walcott picked up a knee problem during Arsenal's win over Bolton. Also: An upbeat Martin Johnson said it was ''job done'' after his England side ran in 10 tries against Romania to reach the verge of the World Cup quarter-finals.

SUNDAY TIMES: The controversy caused by the balls being used in the Rugby World Cup took a new turn when Jonny Wilkinson became embroiled in a ''ball-tampering'' row during England's thumping 67-3 win over Romania. Also: Fernando Torres will miss three of Chelsea's Premier League fixtures after being sent off for an ugly tackle on Swansea's Mark Gower at Stamford Bridge yesterday.

THE INDEPENDENT: England have been in New Zealand for almost a month and yesterday they put 10 tries past Romania, but their manager, Martin Johnson, looked ahead to Saturday's match against Scotland and said: ''The World Cup really starts now.'' Also: For once Manchester United endured a worse day than Manchester City, dropping points for the first time this season, and this morning they lead the Premier League only on goal difference.

THE OBSERVER: Martin Johnson has warned his unbeaten England players their Rugby World Cup campaign has not yet begun in earnest despite their position at the top of Pool B. Also: Fernando Torres scored his second goal in consecutive league games in Chelsea's 4-1 win over Swansea City at Stamford Bridge but was then sent off. It capped a turbulent week for the Spanish striker.

SUNDAY MIRROR: Toon boss Alan Pardew hailed hat-trick hero Demba Ba. Also: Tottenham will turn to Carlo Ancelotti if England come calling for boss Harry Redknapp next year.

SUNDAY EXPRESS: Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Michael Owen can still be a European championship match-winner for Fabio Capello's England Also: Mike Tindall insisted England's World Cup party days are over as they prepare to get down to business - starting with next Saturday's showdown with Scotland.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Roberto Mancini has targeted #20 million-rated Napoli hotshot Marek Hamsik as a possible replacement for Carlos Tevez. Also: £50million misfit Fernando Torres scored a rare goal to set Chelsea on their way to a 4-1 win against Swansea - and minutes later he was sent off.

THE PEOPLE: Carlos Tevez's fragile relationship with Manchester City is at breaking point again. Also: Fernando Torres went from hero to villain once again as the £50 million man scored - and was sent off!

MAIL ON SUNDAY: Frank Lampard's long-term future at Chelsea is in jeopardy after he was dropped and appeared to storm away from the Stamford Bridge pitch last night. Also: Manchester City will make a £30million swoop for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie if contract talks between the crisis club and the disaffected star make no progress before the January transfer window.
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THE SUN: Robin van Persie has warned Arsenal he may not sign a new contract. Also: Neil Warnock blew his top at referee Michael Oliver over three penalty decisions last night...Alex Ferguson has branded Peter Crouch a serial fouler.

DAILY MIRROR: Lewis Hamilton was attacked by furious race rival Felipe Massa after they collided at the Singapore Grand Prix. Also: Neil Warnock accused referee Michael Oliver of wanting to give a penalty against QPR yesterday.

DAILY MAIL: Robin van Persie has dealt Arsenal a significant blow by telling them he is not ready to open new contract talks. Also: England have been alerted to the looming danger of losing their new centre sensation Manu Tuilagi to club rugby in the southern hemisphere, just as their World Cup challenge was left hanging in the balance last night.

THE GUARDIAN: Out of the chaos of an uphill kilometre of suburban Danish road came a new British world champion. Also: Andy Robinson has warned England to expect a furious Scottish onslaught on Saturday, when one of the two nations will suffer a premature exit from the Rugby World Cup.

THE TIMES: Lewis Hamilton was dragged into an embarrassing fracas with Felipe Massa, the Ferrari driver, in front of tens of millions of television viewers around the world after the Singapore Grand Prix last night. Also: "Thirty seconds of madness". And now, if it is going to be mad, desperate, ferocious Scotland that head north to tackle England in Auckland on Saturday, knowing that a simple win is not enough.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: As he crossed the finish line, Mark Cavendish held both arms aloft in victory; he may as well have been grasping at the cloths of heaven. Also: The fury of the denied and the potentially damned will be coming at England on Saturday night in Auckland

DAILY EXPRESS: Lewis Hamilton was involved in an angry confrontation with Ferrari driver Felipe Massa during a live television interview after the two collided in the Singapore Grand Prix. Also: Arsenal face an anxious wait to see if Robin van Persie will commit his future to the club after he revealed he is not ready to discuss a new contract.

DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini has told his sulking striker Carlos Tevez that he can still have a big future at Manchester City. Also: Neil Warnock faces an FA rap after blasting Michael Oliver for his Loftus Road horror show.

THE INDEPENDENT: Robin van Persie has said that he has not yet made up his mind whether he will sign a new contract with Arsenal, prompting fears the club will find themselves in the same position with the captain next summer as they were with Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy in the last transfer window. Also: Mark Cavendish snared Great Britain's biggest road cycling success in nearly half a century yesterday when he blasted to victory in the World Road Race Championships.
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THE SUN:

Jack Wilshere could be out for six months after an ankle op.

Fernando Torres has revealed the full frustration of his "struggle" at Chelsea.

Edin Dzeko is out to bring Bayern Munich's defensive wall tumbling down in Germany tonight.

Former Blackburn striker El-Hadji Diouf is trying to win a contract at Wigan.

Neil Warnock finds out today if he faces an FA rap for slamming the ref in QPR's 1-1 draw against Aston Villa.

West Brom are eyeing a move for Fiorentina prodigy Maxwell Acosty.

THE TIMES:

Roberto Mancini has urged his Manchester City team to prove they belong in the Champions League when they take on Bayern Munich tonight.

Petr Cech says he will give up football the day he is scared to risk injury.

THE INDEPENDENT:

Sir Alex Ferguson has accused television companies of enslaving English football and argued that Premier league clubs should be given a bigger slice of revenue from overseas sales.

The plans of both Arsenal and England have been further disrupted by the news that Jack Wilshere will be out for "four to five months" after ankle surgery.

DAILY MAIL:

Arsene Wenger's season of turmoil took another turn for the worse last night when it was confirmed Jack Wilshere will not play in any of Arsenal's Champions League group matches.

Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng believes Manchester City have no chance of winning the Champions League.

El-Hadji Diouf is in talks with Wigan and Doncaster.

Liverpool are willing to let Jonjo Shelvey leave on loan.

DAILY STAR:

Frank Lampard has hit back at critics who have written him off.

Gary Cahill could be in line for a stunning move from Bolton to Barcelona

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is under even more pressure after his side crashed at Norwich.

Jack Wilshere's season is in doubt amid fears he could be out for six months.

Yaya Toure says Manchester City have nothing to fear in the Champions League.

DAILY MIRROR:

Fernando Torres admitted for the first time he has suffered a Chelsea nightmare.

Wayne Rooney remains a major doubt for England's decisive Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro.

Roberto Mancini insists "This is just the start" after leading Manchester City into the Champions League big time.

Fabio Capello is set to hand Shaun Wright-Phillips an England recall.

Rio Ferdinand believes David Moyes is missing a trick by leaving Louis Saha out of the Everton side.

Dimitar Berbatov will learn tonight whether Sir Alex Ferguson still has faith in him.

Dirk Kuyt has revealed his disappointment at losing his place in the Liverpool side.

El-Hadji Diouf is training with Wigan - but is in talks with Championship strugglers Doncaster.

DAILY EXPRESS:

Fernando Torres thinks he has turned the corner after his nightmare start at Chelsea.

England face an anxious wait to see if Wayne Rooney will be fit to spearhead their attack against Montenegro.

Alan Tate is using an oxygen chamber to speed up his recovery from a broken leg.

Dirk Kuyt will not shrink from the challenge of regaining his starting place at Liverpool.

DAILY TELEGRAPH:

Arsenal are yet to open talks with Theo Walcott over a potential contract extension beyond 2013.

DAILY RECORD

Aberdeeen insist they will not sack Craig Brown.

Ally McCoist is eyeing a 10-point cushion in the SPL.

Gary Hooper is winning his fitness race ahead of Celtic's Europa League clash with Udinese.
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THE SUN: Carlos Tevez must stay away from Manchester City for two weeks while they probe his Munich mutiny. Also: Chelsea's stars lost their cool as they blew what should have been a Champions League Group E win in Spain.

DAILY MIRROR: Furious Roberto Mancini swore at Carlos Tevez after the Manchester City striker refused to play against Bayern Munich. Also: Salomon Kalou left Frank Lampard and his Chelsea team-mates frustrated last night after gifting Valencia an equaliser.

DAILY MAIL: Carlos Tevez was last night suspended by Manchester City for refusing to play against Bayern Munich on Tuesday - and may yet be sacked by the club. Also: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain became the youngest English scorer in the Champions League with the first goal in Arsenal's 2-1 win over Olympiakos at the Emirates.

DAILY STAR: Disgraced Carlos Tevez could face a worldwide ban from football after refusing to play for Manchester City. Also: Frank Lampard bounced back in typical style last night.

DAILY EXPRESS: Carlos Tevez could face a worldwide ban from football after refusing to play for Manchester City. Also: Scotland captain Alastair Kellock has been restored among seven changes in the team for Saturday's decisive pool game against England from the side who lost to Argentina.

THE TIMES: Carlos Tevez was suspended by Manchester City last night after his act of mutiny 24 hours earlier. Also: Aaron Lennon, the Tottenham Hotspur winger, will make a comeback from injury in the Europa League as he attempts to prove his fitness for Sunday's Barclays Premier League derby against Arsenal.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Carlos Tevez has been suspended until further notice and is facing the possibility of the ultimate sanction of dismissal for gross misconduct by Manchester City after refusing to play as a second-half substitute in Tuesday's Champions League defeat against Bayern Munich. Also: Harry Redknapp has described Carlos Tevez's behaviour as "beyond belief" but warned that the striker would be "holding all the aces" as Manchester City decide how to deal with him.

THE GUARDIAN: Carlos Tevez has been suspended by Manchester City for two weeks after Roberto Mancini made it clear to the club's chairman, Khaldoon al-Mubarak, that the player has no way back following his apparent refusal to take part in their Champions League tie at Bayern Munich. Also: Arsene Wenger will take what he can get at present. This narrow victory over arguably the poorest team in Arsenal's Champions League group sufficed to keep the wolves from the door for another day, although it did little to portray the club as credible contenders.

THE INDEPENDENT: Carlos Tevez was last night suspended for two weeks and told to stay away from Manchester City pending an investigation into his conduct during the Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich, with his club not ruling out the prospect of ripping up his contract and sacking him. Also: Twenty-four hours after one footballer reacted to being dropped by refusing to play another provided the perfect response to his recent omission. Frank Lampard, whose future had become as big and as sensitive an issue at Stamford Bridge as Fernando Torres' finishing, marked his return to the starting XI with a typically well-taken goal in the 56th minute.
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THE SUN: Wayne Rooney has set his sights on being captain for club and country. Also: Arsene Wenger last night told the Arsenal boo-boys to lay off Emmanuel Adebayor tomorrow.

DAILY MAIL: Roberto Mancini's row with Carlos Tevez took a remarkable twist last night when it emerged his son refused to come on as a substitute for Manchester City reserves. Also: Martin Johnson has accepted responsibility and expressed regret for the match ball controversy which undermined England's preparations for this morning's crucial World Cup clash against Scotland; Steve Bruce has rounded on his defender Titus Bramble and accused him of showing disrespect to Sunderland and their fans.

DAILY MIRROR: Roberto Mancini's son refused to come off the subs bench in a Manchester City reserve game. Also: Robin van Persie has been urged to shake hands with Emmanuel Adebayor ahead of tomorrow's north London derby; Steven Gerrard last night told Fabio Capello to leave him out of England's Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro.

DAILY EXPRESS: Steve Bruce says he and Sunderland's playing staff have been "shocked and devastated" by Titus Bramble's arrest following allegations of sexual assault and possessing class A drugs. Also: Robin van Persie has been urged to put aside his dislike of Emmanuel Adebayor and shake his former team-mate's hand in tomorrow's north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham.

DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini has warned his superstar rebels: I'm in charge here, not you. Also: Wayne Rooney has revealed he would love to skipper Manchester United and England.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Martin Johnson, the England manager, has accepted ultimate responsibility for the ball-switching controversy that has led to two members of his coaching team being banned from Eden Park for today's Pool B decider against Scotland. Also: Roberto Mancini bore the confident look yesterday of a manager who knows he enjoys the full backing of his club's owners, who has been informed that Manchester City's power brokers share his anger over 'Benchgate'.

THE TIMES: Roberto Mancini's bitter dispute with Carlos Tevez was thrown into fresh controversy last night when it emerged that the Manchester City manager's son had been involved in a similar refusal to play during a recent reserve match for the club. Also: Neil Warnock believes that English football would be far better off without Carlos Tevez.

THE GUARDIAN: At the unusually packed Manchester City press conference with Roberto Mancini an elephant was in the room and its name was Carlos Tevez. Also: The Football Association has warned that agreeing new short-term broadcast deals for the England team and the FA Cup could pose a challenge to its financial health, as it lodged its annual results with Companies House.

THE INDEPENDENT: Rafael Benitez has stood by his description of Everton as a "small club", delivered four years ago, insisting that his words related only to David Moyes' side's unambitious display against Liverpool in one fixture. Also: The eve of a win-or-bust World Cup game is not the ideal moment for an outpouring of contrition, especially when the man saying sorry is Martin Johnson, the very embodiment of English rugby's "no backward step" spirit.
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THE SUN: Martin Jol has fined one of his Fulham players £500 for missing a penalty. But the Craven Cottage boss is now facing a dressing-room backlash. Also: Roman Abramovich is set to turn his back on 106 years of history and move Chelsea away from Stamford Bridge.

DAILY MAIL: Arsenal and Tottenham have united in an attempt to end the culture of hate which is scarring their north London rivalry. Also: Former England centre Jeremy Guscott has branded some players 'kids' who have shown a 'lack of respect' in New Zealand.

DAILY MIRROR: Arsene Wenger is waving the white flag in the title race - after just seven games. Steve Bruce has been told he still has a long-term future as Sunderland boss - despite Niall Quinn stepping down as chairman last night.

DAILY EXPRESS: Arsenal's crushed players were read the riot act and told to "look at yourselves in the mirror" by club quiet man Pat Rice after the derby defeat at Tottenham. Also: Mark Cueto is ready to reclaim his England jersey against France in the World Cup quarter-final after Delon Armitage was given a one-game ban.

DAILY STAR: England have been warned to be on their guard every minute during their stay in Montenegro this week. Also: Disgraced striker Carlos Tevez was off to Argentina last night after a grilling from Manchester City officials.

THE GUARDIAN: Chelsea are to take what will be perceived as the first significant step towards leaving Stamford Bridge for a new 60,000-seat stadium, by seeking to buy back the freehold for the land on which their home of 106 years is built. Also: Mark Cueto has angrily defended England's off-field conduct at the World Cup, hitting back over the 'horrendous' coverage his team-mates have attracted during their campaign in New Zealand.

THE INDEPENDENT: Chelsea announced last night that they are taking the first major steps to building a new London stadium to rival Arsenal's Emirates home, by buying back the freehold on their pitch and stadium from a supporters' group. Also: Alan Shearer believes Andy Carroll has the ability to follow in his footsteps and became a regular choice for England and a "fearsome" centre-forward.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Mark Cueto declared yesterday that the England players who made lewd comments to a hotel working "hadn't done anything hugely wrong" and that the incident "was a bit of banter that taken out of hand" in a spirited defence of the team that was seemingly out of step with his own manager as well as public opinion. Also: Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are to launch a jaunt investigation into Sunday's north London derby in an attempt to identify and potentially ban fans who engaged in abusive chanting.

THE TIMES: Manu Tuilagi has joined England's rugby World Cup hall of shame after becoming the second member of his family to be fined for wearing an illegal gumshield that bore a sponsor's name. Also: Chelsea took the first steps towards leaving Stamford Bridge last night by announcing their intention to buy back the land underneath the stadium that has been for their home 106 years.
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THE GUARDIAN: Manchester City will pay just £2m a year to their local council in return for control of the naming rights to the Eastlands stadium, which was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games with £112m of lottery and public money. Also: Fabio Capello is considering pairing Wayne Rooney with Danny Welbeck in Friday's Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro, favouring a partnership that has proved startlingly successful with Manchester United this season.

THE TIMES: England's World Cup campaign is in danger of being overshadowed by fresh controversy today as the Rugby Football Union (RFU) braces itself for another potentially damaging civil war. Also: Fabio Capello is considering using Phil Jagielka as an emergency right back in an attempt to secure the point England need to book their place at the European Championship finals.

DAILY STAR: Fabio Capello is considering giving a shock debut to right-back Kyle Walker in the crunch Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro on Friday. Also: The FA have been urged to ban bungling referee Martin Atkinson after they overturned Jack Rodwell's controversial red card.

THE SUN: Emmanuel Adebayor admits he was hurt by the abuse hurled at him by Arsenal fans during the North London derby. Also: Manchester City will push for a full six-week suspension and £1.5million fine for Carlos Tevez - even if he proves he did not directly refuse to play against Bayern Munich.

THE INDEPENDENT: Jonny Wilkinson, still among the highest-profile players in rugby eight years after dropping the goal that brought the World Cup to England, gave beleaguered red-rose manager Martin Johnson a welcome dollop of good news yesterday when he negotiated a training session without aggravating the elbow injury he suffered during the victory over Scotland last weekend. Also: Ireland must discover a response to the question that no one in this World Cup had yet come close to answering: how do you stop George North?

DAILY MAIL: Chicago Fire want to make Rio Ferdinand the new David Beckham of the Major Soccer League. Also: Jonny Wilkinson proved yesterday that he is ready to resume guiding England towards a third successive World Cup final, as manager Martin Johnson prepared to name a side featuring just one change for Saturday's last-eight clash with France.

DAILY MIRROR: Fabio Capello is ready to hand an amazing Euro 2012 chance to Arsenal whizz-kid Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Also: Accrington's game with Tranmere was abandoned after a horrific clash left Stanley's Tom Bender on the ground for 25 minutes last night.

DAILY EXPRESS: World Cup winner Jason Robinson believes Jonny Wilkinson has been living on borrowed time during the tournament in New Zealand. Also: Accrington Stanley's teenage defender Tom Bender was rushed to hospital on a drip last night after a fight for life on the pitch.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Jonny Wilkinson looks set to shake off concerns about an arm injury to start England's World Cup quarter-final against France at Eden Park on Saturday. Also: Fabio Capello is considering handing a first international start to 20-year-old striker Danny Welbeck for Friday's crucial Euro 2012 qualifier away to Montenegro.
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THE GUARDIAN: Carlos Tevez's adviser has opened a new front in the explosive dispute over whether the Manchester City striker refused to take the field during a Champions League tie at Bayern Munich by claiming the player's post-match comments were mistranslated. Also...The Wales coach, Warren Gatland, has opted for all-out attack in the World Cup quarter-final against Ireland on Saturday by selecting three wingers, leaving James Hook on the bench and omitting Lee Byrne and Stephen Jones from the matchday 22.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: British athletes Dwain Chambers, David Millar and Carl Myerscough will today be handed the prospect of competing in London 2012 when the Court of Arbitration for Sport rules that the International Olympic Committee's controversial Rule 45 banning convicted drugs cheats from future Games is illegal. Also...Ben Foden has warned that England are expecting France to pose the danger of a "wounded animal capable of causing carnage" in their World Cup quarter-final at Eden Park on Saturday.

DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini was last night put in the frame for his explosive bust-up with Carlos Tevez. Also...Fabio Capello is ready to give a shock first England start to Bobby Zamora in tomorrow's crunch clash with Montenegro in Podgorica.

DAILY MIRROR: Roberto Mancini's "very direct" management style has been blamed for his explosive fall-out with Carlos Tevez. Also...Jamie Carragher believes England are cheating by having Fabio Capello as coach.

THE SUN: Carlos Tevez's agent insists the Manchester City star did not go on strike and that he is a victim of mistranslation. Also...Jenson Button has signed a £60million deal for life with McLaren.

DAILY MAIL: Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has told the FA they are "cheating" by employing a foreign manager of England. Also...Fabio Capello is considering a surprise England debut for 19-year-old Phil Jones tomorrow night.

DAILY EXPRESS: Jamie Carragher has claimed having Fabio Capello in charge of the England team is like "a form of cheating" and says that the Italian's successor must be English. Also...Jenson Button looks certain to end his career with McLaren after signing a three-year deal to stay with the team until 2014.

THE INDEPENDENT: "Carlos did not refuse to play and what he did was no worse than Cesc Fabregas, Luke Modric and Samir Nasri refusing to play." Also...Tom Palmer has urged England to prey on France's mental fragility in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final.

THE TIMES: Carlos Tevez's adviser claimed yesterday that the striker did not refuse to play for Manchester City during the recent Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich. Also...In his own mind, Scott Parker is still the gap-toothed young boy in that McDonald's advert who dreams of playing in a World Cup for England.
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WHAT THE PAPERS SAY

The Guardian: England advanced to the Euro 2012 finals, despite a red card for Wayne Rooney, who was sent off for the second time in his international career. Also: Leeds coach Brian McDermott is proud to be flying the flag for British coaches.

Daily Star: England will start their Euro 2012 bid without Wayne Rooney. Also: Lewis Moody leads England's assault on a World Cup semi-final spot today, telling his players: Show no fear.

Daily Mail: Wayne Rooney soured England's qualification for next summer's European Championships after being sent off for a petulant kick at an opponent. Also: Darren Fletcher has shrugged off tonsilitis to fly to Scotland's aid in their Euro 2012 qualifier in Liechtenstein tonight.

Daily Mirror: Nottingham Forest want Nigel Clough to 'come home' as their new manager. Also: Jenson Button has urged Lewis Hamilton to stay at McLaren and keep Britain's Formula One Dream Team together.

The Independent: England's plans for next summer's European Championships were dealt a huge blow before they had even started last night, when Wayne Rooney's red card for a needless kick meant he will miss the first, and possibly the second, game of the campaign. Also: Kevin Pietersen says he has several goals still to achieve with England.

The Sun: Wayne Rooney said sorry to Fabio Capello for his red-card madness as England stuttered into the Euro 2012 finals. Also: English football's hottest sensation Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed how he could have played for the Irish.. London Irish.

Daily Express: Wolves owner Steve Morgan fears Premier League clubs will face ''serious financial trouble'' unless a wage cap is introduced. Also: Rob Burrow is delighted so many academy products will be playing on both sides of the Grand Final today.

The Times: England will have to cope without Wayne Rooney for the first two matches of next summer's European Championships after his shocking sending-off marred last night's 2-2 draw with Montenegro. Also: Mark Hughes admitted yesterday that he is keen to manage Chelsea.

The Telegraph: On a stormy night in the Balkans, England made heavy weather of reaching Euro 2012. Also: Blackburn Rovers' ground-breaking friendly against Pune FC in India was marred by further demonstrations against manager Steve Kean.
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