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THE SUN: Javier Hernandez is a shock £30million target for Real Madrid. Also: David Haye has quit boxing after handing in his fight licence.

DAILY MIRROR: Fabio Capello is angry with himself for believing Wayne Rooney's claims he was mentally fit to play against Montenegro. Also: Barcelona have put Ashley Cole at the top of their transfer hit-list.

DAILY STAR: Fabio Capello now admits he got it badly wrong by starting Wayne Rooney against Montenegro. Also: Ben Youngs has mounted a disgraceful defence of England team-mate Manu Tuilagi.

DAILY MAIL: Wayne Rooney has written personally to UEFA in a bid to limit his European Championship ban for his red card in Montenegro to a single match.

DAILY EXPRESS: Gareth Barry has warned Manchester City's egotistical stars to stop the strops or risk wrecking their Premier League title bid. Also: Arsenal stalwart Gilles Grimandi claims the best the Gunners can do is be a minor irritant in the Premier League title race.

THE TIMES: An alarming lapse of security that will raise further questions over the handling of England's ill-starred rugby World Cup campaign is revealed by The Times today. Also: Craig Levein knows that Scotland might need a small miracle in Alicante tonight - a victory over Spain - if his team are to grab a European Championship play-off place, but the Scotland manager said yesterday that his players "feared nothing" and would "have a go" against the world and European champions.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: English rugby was in turmoil last night as Martin Johnson's ill-disciplined squad returned home to an increasingly bitter power struggle at the heart of the Rugby Football Union. Also: Shane Williams believes Wales' intoxicating blend of wise heads and youthful fearlessness holds the key to the side making history and reaching their first World Cup final.

THE GUARDIAN: Rebel clubs will make a final attempt to persuade Martyn Thomas to step down as the Rugby Football Union's acting chief executive this week before calling a special general meeting to propose a vote of no confidence in him. Also: Wayne Rooney is to plead his case to UEFA in writing as part of the Football Association's argument that the England striker should not have his automatic one-match ban for violent conduct extended by the governing body's control and disciplinary panel.

THE INDEPENDENT: Wayne Rooney has written his own letter of apology for his red card against Montenegro as part of the Football Association's appeal for leniency when UEFA rules on the striker's Euro 2012 ban on Thursday. Also: The average New Zealander was rather looking forward to seeing the back of England following their miserable contribution to this World Cup, but even though Manu Tuilagi - or "Manu Overboard" as he has become known since jumping from a ferry into Auckland harbour - and the remainder of the party left the country yesterday, there is simply no avoiding other forms of trouble and strife emanating from Twickenham.
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THE SUN: Carlos Tevez could find out today that Manchester City want him suspended for another four weeks. Also: West Ham must fight Barry Hearn's Orient for the right to move into the Olympic Stadium.

DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has praised Wayne Rooney after his England red card, claiming the striker has "shown tremendous improvement" when it comes to discipline. Also: Ireland edged into the Euro 2012 play-offs with a 2-1 win over Armenia, despite having Kevin Doyle sent off.

DAILY STAR: Liverpool are demanding a bigger share of their overseas TV rights in a move which threatens to shatter the finances of rival Premier League clubs. Also: Vitali Klitschko is convinced that he can talk David Haye out of his planned retirement.

DAILY EXPRESS: Liverpool want to negotiate their own overseas TV rights in a move that will reverberate throughout the rest of the Premier League. Also: Wales will have to produce an even better performance than the near-perfection of their quarter-final defeat of Ireland if they are to beat France in Saturday's World Cup semi-final.

DAILY MAIL: Liverpool will consider negotiating their own overseas television rights deal in a move that will send shock waves around the Barclays Premier League. Also: West Ham last night emerged as unlikely winners in the race to move into the Olympic Stadium despite their plan to buy it collapsing.

THE INDEPENDENT: Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre has said that his club should be allowed to pursue their own international television rights deal and that they are being placed at a disadvantage to Real Madrid and Barcelona by being forced to share media income with smaller Premier League clubs. Also...Dimitri Yachvili, the Biarritz scrum-half whose tactical mastery has made him the single most influential player in the French squad at this World Cup, is taking a rest from training until tomorrow.

THE TIMES: Liverpool have signalled their desire to break away from the rest of the Premier League and negotiate their own overseas TV rights deal. Also...West Ham United could still end up owning the £486million Olympic stadium despite the Government's announcement yesterday that the deal for the club to buy it had collapsed.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Footage of Jack Warner, the former vice-president of FIFA, apparently urging Caribbean members to accept cash gifts from Mohamed Bin Hammam, has been seen by The Daily Telegraph. Also...Olympic officials involved in the collapse of the London 2012 stadium deal will be questioned before Parliament to explain their use of public money.

THE GUARDIAN: The deal that shares television's billions equally between Premier League clubs is facing its biggest threat to date after Liverpool announced they would lead a challenge for overseas TV rights to be sold on a club-by-club basis. Also...Scotland had too much at stake to appreciate Spain's latest dismantling of all before them.
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DAILY MIRROR: Carlos Tevez will be banished to train with Manchester City's reserves today after returning from his two-week ban. Also: Wigan chairman Dave Whelan last night slammed the "diabolical" proposals to ditch the Premier League's collective agreement over worldwide television revenues... Andrey Arshavin has admitted Arsenal fans are right to be unhappy with his recent performances.

THE SUN: Carlos Tevez last night demanded an apology from Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini. Also: John Hartson last night revealed that he is being hounded over gambling debts... Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has blasted the TV plans of Liverpool's American owners.

DAILY STAR: Carlos Tevez will come face to face with Roberto Mancini this morning for the first time since their Munich bust-up. Also: Wayne Rooney will be fighting to avoid a two-game ban today when he learns his fate following his Montenegro meltdown... Liverpool's go-it-alone bid to get more TV cash was last night branded as "diabolical".

DAILY MAIL: Manchester City's dispute with Carlos Tevez looks set to run until Christmas after the club told their former captain they will formally discipline him for 'breaches of contract'. Also: England's band of rugby bad boys are to be called into Twickenham to explain the serial misbehaviour for which a miserable World Cup campaign will be remembered... The FA were yesterday urged to rubber stamp a set of new proposals that include forcing clubs to release all players for England duty from Under 17 level.

DAILY EXPRESS: Dave Whelan has led the chorus of disapproval against Liverpool's plans to seek an individual overseas TV rights deal by claiming the move would "kill the heart and soul" of English football. Also: Dave Ellis has begun the mind games ahead of Saturday's World Cup semi-final by claiming Wales have yet to be truly tested on their own line... Carlos Tevez could be hit with a month's ban and a world-record £1.5million fine after being accused of breaching his Manchester City contract.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Carlos Tevez will return to Manchester City today demanding an apology and retraction from Roberto Mancini as he continues to fight the manager's allegation that he refused to play as a substitute against Bayern Munich last month. Also: Wayne Rooney will today discover the length of his ban at Euro 2012, with the England striker facing the prospect of missing the group phase if his red-card offence against Montenegro is deemed to be an 'assault'... Javier Hernandez has ended speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid by agreeing a new five-year contract at Manchester United.

THE TIMES: Carlos Tevez faces a record fine of more than £1million from Manchester City after the club announced last night that the striker would be the subject of a disciplinary hearing for "alleged breaches of contract". Also: Dave Whelan has accused Liverpool of hatching a plan that would "kill the heart and soul of English football"... Football has four months to reform itself or face legislation to force through recommended changes to the way the game is run, including a new club licensing body monitoring debts, tightening ownership rules and ensuring greater fan representation.

THE GUARDIAN: John W Henry, the principal owner of Liverpool, has acknowledged he knew "virtually nothing" of English football or the football club before his Fenway Sports Group took over at Anfield a year ago this Saturday. Also: Manchester City's dispute with Carlos Tevez is threatening to run until Christmas after the club's initial findings found him guilty of refusing to play against Bayern Munich, only for the player to indicate he would fight the allegation and demand an apology from Roberto Mancini... Javier Hernandez has a greed a new five-year contract that moves him into Manchester United's higher bracket of earners and continues the club's policy of ensuring all their more valuable players are confirmed as long-term assets.

THE INDEPENDENT: Carlos Tevez was last night facing the prospect of the heaviest fine in British football history, though his legal battle may drag on for weeks as he fights a Manchester City inquiry which has found there is a case for the striker to answer of alleged multiple breaches of contract. Also: Fran Cotton has agreed to chair an independent review of the entire England structure at the Rugby Football Union, which will place fresh scrutiny on Rob Andrew's role at Twickenham... Liverpool's hopes of negotiating their own international TV rights deal are dead in the water, with not a single elite side supporting their view that the Premier League allocation to modest clubs like Bolton Wanderers is too high.
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THE SUN: Arsene Wenger has ruled himself out of managing England - for good. Also: Wayne Rooney had not a care in the world yesterday as he appeared to shrug off his red-card nightmare.

DAILY STAR: Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign a 14-year-old wonderkid worth a staggering £2m. Also: Angry jockeys are threatening to go on strike on Monday in the increasingly bitter row over new whip rules.

DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Manchester United and Liverpool fans to stop their sick taunts. Also: Fabio Capello is desperate to appeal against Wayne Rooney's Euro 2012 ban - but fears such a move could see it increased.

DAILY EXPRESS: Wayne Rooney is ready to take out his Euro frustration on Liverpool today. Also: David Moyes launched a withering attack on refereeing standards and claimed the Premier League's image is being tarnished by match officials.

DAILY MAIL: Sam Warburton and his Welsh warriors will hurl themselves into the biggest game in their history this morning determined to go further than any sporting compatriot has gone before. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has called on fans to stop their sick chants about Munich and Hillsborough when Liverpool and Manchester United clash at Anfield today, claiming the bitter rivals 'need' each other.

THE GUARDIAN: Sir Alex Ferguson has called on Manchester United and Liverpool supporters to put an end to the chanting that has marred previous fixtures. Also: Joe Cole hopes his move to Lille has reinvigorated his England hopes.

THE TIMES: Arsene Wenger dismissed suggestions yesterday that he might one day become England manager. Also: Harry Redknapp has given his clearest indication yet that David Beckham is unlikely to join a Tottenham squad he declared is the best he has ever worked with as a manager.

THE INDEPENDENT: Sven Goran Eriksson has said that English football is still "killing" Wayne Rooney. Also: Ryan Jones is aware that Wales must front up to break the French resistence.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: England manager Fabio Capello is keen to launch an appeal against Wayne Rooney's ban. Also: Carlos Tevez will stay away from Manchester City's match with Aston Villa today.
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Luka Modric's Tottenham career is in the balance again with the Croatian now concerned about Harry Redknapp's future.

Dave Jones is the favourite to take over as Portsmouth boss.

Tottenham are ready to use Roman Pavlyuchenko as bait to snare CSKA Moscow striker Seydou Doumbia.

Sebastien Bassong is stunned that Tottenham blocked his move away from the club.

Manchester United are set to offload Mame Biram Diouf.

Celtic midfielder Beram Keyal wants a move to England.

Everton are lining up a move for Belgium striker Marvin Ogunjimi.

Victor Moses is closing in on a new Wigan deal.

Derby striker Mason Bennett is attracting the attention of Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Wayne Rooney may fly to Switzerland to make a personal appeal to UEFA in a bid to save his Euro 2012 campaign.

SUNDAY MAIL

Derek McInnes is poised to take over as Bristol City boss.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Carlos Tevez will reject any offer to leave Manchester City on loan.

Ashley Cole will extend his Chelsea contract by two years.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea will not sell Didier Drogba, Nocolas Anelka and Salomon Kalou if new contracts are not agreed with the strikers.

DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY

Arsene Wenger has vowed to splash more cash in January if Arsenal are still in crisis.

Arsenal will bid to take Lyon's Yoann Gourcuff on loan until January with a view to a permanent move.

Blackburn and Bolton are battling to land Leeds captain Jonny Howson.
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DAILY MIRROR: Wayne Rooney last night got support to fight his Euro 2012 ban - from his red-card victim. Also: Arsene Wenger praised match-winner Robin van Persie last night - but admitted Arsenal cannot get him to discuss a new contract.

THE SUN: Angry Luis Suarez has furiously denied explosive claims he racially abused Manchester United's Patrice Evra. Also: Harry Redknapp hailed Jermain Defoe after the spurs hitman gave Fabio Capello plenty to think about.

DAILY MAIL: Patrice Evra was left isolated last night after accusing Liverpool strike Luis Suarez of racially abusing him. Also: Wales captain Sam Warburton will miss Friday's Bronze Final against Australia after he was banned for three weeks for his spear tackle on Vincent Clerc as rugby's rulers backed referee Alain Rolland.

DAILY EXPRESS: Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has angrily denied racially abusing Patrice Evra as the FA prepare to interview the Manchester United defender over his allegations. Also: Sam Warburton's family insist the Wales captain will emerge a stronger man from the nightmare experience of seeing his World Cup ended by suspension.

DAILY STAR: Wayne Rooney has been urged to appeal against his Euro 2012 ban - by the player he kicked in Montenegro. Also: Arsene Wenger last night admitted Robin van Persie is refusing to discuss a new contract - despite Arsenal's two-goal hero insisting he is committed to the club.

THE INDEPENDENT: Liverpool and Manchester United were on course for a bitter dispute last night with the Anfield club ready to demand that Patrice Evra be banned if his claims that Luis Suarez repeatedly racially abused him prove to be unsubstantiated. Also: You could tell by the way that he was afforded his own rapturous farewell that the Emirates home support knows Robin Van Persie is the difference between Arsenal maintaining their place among the elite of English football, and the prospect of slipping away into mediocrity.

THE TIMES: Luis Suarez, the Liverpool forward, received the full support of his club last night after hitting back at accusations that he racially abused Patrice Evra. Also: So now it has it. New Zealand has its team in the final in its home tournament. There will be a sigh of relief blowing through the country this morning as the nation contemplates another week, next Sunday, and the last leg of this long journey.

THE GUARDIAN: After the harrowing drama of Wales's elimination at the hands of France and a punctilious referee on Saturday, the other slot in next weekend's final of the 2011 Rugby World Cup was filled on Sunday night in a far more straightforward manner. Also: Liverpool have given their firm backing to Luis Suarez over his denial that he racially abused Patrice Evra at Anfield on Saturday - and want the Manchester United defender to receive a ban from the Football Association should his accusations prove groundless.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: The war of words between Liverpool and Manchester United's Patrice Evra escalated last night as Luis Suarez strongly denied allegations of racism. Also: The year of living dangerously continues for Arsenal. Once again, they relied on their marvellous goalscorer, Robin van Persie, and their defiant goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny.
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THE SUN: Arsene Wenger admits his Arsenal reign could end unless results improve. Also: Patrice Evra is adamant he will not back down in the Luis Suarez race row.

THE TIMES: Andrew Strauss believes that Test cricket is in danger of dying out if the game's administrators continue their preference for high-earning, limited-overs matches. Also: Boca Juniors became the latest club to declare their interest in offering Carlos Tevez a haven from his problems at Manchester City yesterday, but a deal to take the troubled forward back to his first club appears to be a non-starter.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Leading figures in motorsport joined forces to condemn safety standards in IndySeries last night, as the shock surrounding the death of British driver Dan Wheldon on Sunday turned to anger. Also: Patrice Evra is set to meet the Football Association later this week to give a full account of his claims of racist abuse from Liverpool forward Luis Suarez after telling Sir Alex Ferguson he is "adamant" about pursuing the issue.

THE GUARDIAN: Kieren Fallon feels that his fellow jockeys are being bullied by racing's ruling body and should be prepared to push back. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson says an "aggrieved" Patrice Evra has no intention of dropping his complaint of racist abuse against Luis Suarez but stressed the controversy does not represent a worsening of relations between Manchester United and Liverpool.

DAILY MAIL: Dan Wheldon's death at the Las Vegas oval was last night described as IndyCar racing's 'Senna moment'. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson led the cries of outrage after it was claimed a group of foreign owners want to abolish relegation from the Barclays Premier League.

DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has blasted plans from some foreign club owners to put an end to relegation from the Premier League. Also: Roberto Mancini says he wants to stay at Manchester City and make them the best team in the world.

DAILY EXPRESS: Sir Alex Ferguson has described a bid to scrap promotion and relegation in the Premier League as "suicide". Also: Roberto Mancini is facing the most crucial 24 hours of his Manchester City reign.

THE INDEPENDENT: Sir Alex Ferguson said last night that Patrice Evra had felt "slighted" and "very aggrieved" over the racial abuse he said he received from Liverpool's Luis Suarez on Saturday and was "adamant" that he wanted to pursue his complaint against the Uruguayan. Also: Roberto Mancini said yesterday he would like to remain at Manchester City for at least another four years to mould a club that can compete as one of the best in the world.

DAILY STAR: Patrice Evra has vowed to continue his fight against an alleged racist insult by Luis Suarez. Also: Boca Juniors are plotting a shock move to rescue Carlos Tevez from his Manchester City nightmare.
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THE GUARDIAN: The Football Association has instructed Manchester United and Liverpool not to discuss or take any more questions on the racism debate between Patrice Evra and Luis Suarez because of the potential for it to inflame relations between the two clubs. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has put aside the rivalry of tomorrow's Manchester derby to praise Roberto Mancini for taking such a hard line with Carlos Tevez and handling the disruption that has been swirling around Manchester City during their climb to the top of the Premier League.

DAILY EXPRESS: Manchester City will make Carlos Tevez sweat over the weekend on their punishment. Also: FIFA boss Sepp Blatter unveiled a radical clean-up yesterday designed to finally weed out corruption after years of shame.

THE INDEPENDENT: Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday launched a staunch defence of Roberto Mancini's handling of the Carlos Tevez affair, declaring that handling players who are dominated by their agents was making the manager's role a difficult and complex one. Also: With his Harpo Marx mop of curls, Fabricio Coloccini has been the distinctive stand-out performer for the Premier League's surprise package team this season, pulling the strings at the back for the unbeaten Newcastle United.

DAILY MAIL: Arsene Wenger has dismissed the Olympic football tournament as a waste of time - on the same day Wayne Rooney made it known he wants to play for Great Britain. Also: Manchester City will unleash over £100million of attacking talent on neighbours United tomorrow as they look to humble the Barclays Premier League champions at Old Trafford.

DAILY MIRROR: Carlos Tevez is refusing to back down despite winning the first round of his fight with Manchester City. Also: Arsene Wenger ridiculed Great Britain's Olympic football team and said it would be "impossible" for players not to suffer burn-out.

DAILY STAR: Sir Alex Ferguson has told Manchester City: You won't steal our crown as kings of English football. Also: Arsene Wenger faces a stand-off with his players and Stuart Pearce after labelling the Olympic football tournament as second-rate.

THE SUN: Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger last night told Stuart Pearce: We do not want out players in the Olympics. Also: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the No 1 choice for the Portsmouth hotseat.

THE TIMES: Roberto Mancini believes that Manchester City must learn how to win consistently on those occasions when they play poorly if they are to wrest the Barclays Premier League title from Manchester United this season. Also: The FA will interview Luis Suarez next week before determining whether the Liverpool forward should face disciplinary action over the race row with Patrice Evra.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Manchester derbies are no longer about local bragging rights. Also: Arsene Wenger has launched a fierce attack on next summer's Olympic football competition in London, claiming that it is "not a real tournament" and the Games are "for track and field".
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THE SUN: Alex Ferguson suffered his "worst ever day" as Roberto Mancini's Manchester City set off rockets at Old Trafford yesterday. Also: John Terry last night insisted he did not make a racist slur at Anton Ferdinand during Chelsea's shock derby defeat at Loftus Road.

DAILY STAR: Sir Alex Ferguson admitted Manchester United's thrashing by local rivals City left him shattered yesterday. Also: Motorsport was yesterday plunged into mourning for the second time in a week; Bath signing Steven Donald cut short his fishing trip to hook the biggest prize in world rugby.

DAILY MAIL: Manchester City gave Sir Alex Ferguson the worst day of his football life as they stormed Old Trafford to thrash neighbours United 6-1 in the Barclays Premier League. Also: Another Sunday, another Robin van Persie show to drive Arsenal on to victory at the Emirates.

DAILY MIRROR: Roberto Mancini hailed "crazy" Mario Balotelli for inspiring Manchester City to a historic win over their neighbours and title rivals. Also: Bath-bound Steven Donald was the toast of New Zealand last night after kicking the goal that won the Rugby World Cup.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: By the end of the Demolition Derby, Manchester City fans were convulsed with joy revelling in the sight of the majestic David Silva putting the champions to the sword, serenading Sir Alex Ferguson with "getting sacked in the morning" and designing their "Six and the City" T-shirts. Incredible. Also: From Manchester all the way to West London, the noisy neighbours were in quite raucous form yesterday.

THE GUARDIAN: "Why Always Me?" read the lament on Mario Balotelli's t-shirt. "Why Always Them?" Manchester City fans have complained about United for generations. Not any more. Also: A furious occasion has drained composure from Chelsea's pursuit at the top. Andre Villas-Boas' side lost their discipline as well as a West London derby and an opportunity to hoist themselves into second place and nearer Manchester City was passed up.

THE INDEPENDENT: The last time something of this significance happened, Sir Alex Ferguson repaired home to Wilmslow and buried his head under a pillow, having also contemplated placing it in an oven. Also: John Terry last night categorically denied directing a racist comment towards QPR defender Anton Ferdinand during Chelsea's tempestuous derby defeat at Loftus Road.

DAILY EXPRESS: Sir Alex Ferguson admitted the stunning Manchester derby defeat was his worst humiliation in half a century in football. Also: Andre Villas-Boas last night accused referee Chris Foy of "losing it" and admitted he had a post-match bust-up with the official as Chelsea crashed to a 1-0 defeat at Queens Park Rangers in a frenzy of cards.

THE TIMES: A "shattered" Sir Alex Ferguson bemoaned his "worst ever day" in football as Manchester City crushed Manchester United 6-1 at Old Trafford yesterday to issue a devastating statement of intent in the title race. Also: New Zealand was gripped by a collective euphoria yesterday and the "stadium of four million" began to party as the little land at the end of the Earth belatedly got to rule the world of rugby for the first time in 24 years.
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THE SUN: John Terry will find out today whether he is going to be caught in a race storm. Also: Mario Balotelli insists he has no plans to get shirty again following his cheeky Old Trafford goal celebration.

DAILY MIRROR: John Terry was involved in a bust-up in the tunnel after Chelsea's controversial defeat at QPR. Also: Manchester City derby hero Mario Balotelli has lent his support...to a firework safety campaign.

DAILY STAR: Sven-Goran Eriksson was last night sacked from his £1m-a-year job at Leicester - just hours after telling his squad he was amazed to still be in charge. Also: Mohamed Al Fayed last night branded Mark Hughes a coward and a flop in a bitter war of words with the former Fulham boss.

THE INDEPENDENT: The prospect of the England captain being accused of racism hangs over the game today with Anton Ferdinand expected to ask Queens Park Rangers to petition the Football Association to investigate allegations that John Terry abused him during Chelsea's defeat at Loftus Road on Sunday. Also: Sven-Goran Eriksson was calm but clearly deeply disappointed last night after he was dismissed by Leicester City's Thai owners, despite the club sitting two points off the Championship play-off positions.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Anton Ferdinand will meet Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock on Tuesday before deciding whether to formally complain over an alleged racist slur made by England captain John Terry during Sunday's clash with Chelsea at Loftus Road. Also: Five England players will go before the Rugby Football Union this week to explain their alleged World Cup misdemeanours.

THE GUARDIAN: Sven-Goran Eriksson has been sacked as Leicester City manager following the club's disappointing start. Also: After Mario Balotelli's house was set on fire by a firework the striker has backed the Treacle safety campaign.

DAILY MAIL: John Terry has vowed to clear his name after he was accused of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand. Also: Blackburn Rovers are ready to give Steve Kean a new contract in a show of support to their beleaguered manager.

DAILY EXPRESS: The Football Association are looking into comments made by Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas about referee Chris Foy's performance in Sunday's 1-0 defeat against QPR. Also: Sven-Goran Eriksson has left his post as Leicester manager following the npower Championship club's mediocre start to the season.

THE TIMES: John Terry faces an anxious wait to discover whether Anton Ferdinand will make a complaint of racist abuse against him. Also: Bernie Ecclestone is to have another shot at ending Formula One's uneasy relationship with the United States by staging a race within sight of the skyscrapers of New York.
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