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    EXCLUSIVE Football News

    DAILY STAR

    Wayne Rooney has blasted his treatment by Sir Alex Ferguson. Also: Jack Wilshere was involved in an angry Twitter row with Kevin Pietersen as the debate over 'English' players intensified... Malky Mackay will not resign at Cardiff - even though owner Vincent Tan has suspended his head of recruitment.

    THE TIMES

    Wayne Rooney has blamed Sir Alex Ferguson for his loss of form at Manchester United in a calculated statement that is likely to reignite their long-running feud. Also: Greg Dyke has refused to confirm whether Roy Hodgson will keep his job if England do not qualify for the World Cup finals... Jack Wilshere's comment that only England-born players should represent the national team sparked a row on Twitter with Kevin Pietersen, the South Africa-born England batsman.

    THE SUN

    Wayne Rooney has lifted the lid on his rift with Sir Alex Ferguson. Also: Jack Wilshere was on Wednesday night involved in a furious Twitter bust-up with Kevin Pietersen... Lennox Lewis has snubbed a £30million offer to fight again but will do it for £60m.

    THE INDEPENDENT

    Wayne Rooney has revealed for the first time that his dissatisfaction at Manchester United last season began when Sir Alex Ferguson played him out of position in midfield, an issue that he said has now been remedied by the arrival of David Moyes. Also: Danny Mills, the former Leeds and England player, will form an improbable part of Greg Dyke's commission charged with reviving the fortunes of English football and the national side after sending the chairman of the Football Association an unsolicited proposal on how best to solve the game's problems.

    DAILY MAIL

    Wayne Rooney has revealed that his relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson broke down because he was forced to play out of position at Manchester United. Also: Lennox Lewis has told Russian promoters that he will come back to fight one of the Klitschko brothers for the biggest purse in boxing history... Jack Wilshere came under fire from Kevin Pietersen for declaring that "only English people" should play for England.

    DAILY MIRROR

    Jack Wilshere and Kevin Pietersen have become embroiled in an amazing bust-up on Twitter over patriot games. Also: Wayne Rooney has blamed Sir Alex Ferguson's decision to play his in the wrong role for their bitter fallout... Malky Mackay will be "shocked and angry" after Cardiff owner Vincent Tan appointed a rookie 23-year-old as the club's new head of recruitment.

    THE GUARDIAN

    Wayne Rooney has spoken publicly for the first time about his reasons for wanting to leave Manchester United and blamed his disillusionment on Sir Alex Ferguson playing him out of position after the signing of Robin van Persie. Also: Jack Wilshere was at the centre of a remarkable row over non-England-born players representing the country... Michael Laudrup has told a Portuguese newspaper that Chelsea inquired about his availability before their appointment of Jose Mourinho.

    DAILY EXPRESS

    Wayne Rooney believes he had earned the right to play as a striker last season and being ordered to take a midfield role left him doubting his Manchester United position. Also: Kevin Pietersen challenged Jack Wilshere on Twitter after the Arsenal star said that only footballers born in England should be allowed to represent the nation... Greg Dyke threw open the door to the idea of "adopted" foreign footballers such as Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj playing for England as he unveiled the major part of his new commission to improve English football.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    Jack Wilshere was drawn into an extraordinary Twitter row with Kevin Pietersen amid a backlash against his call for non-English players not to be picked for England. Also: Greg Dyke, the chairman of the Football Association, risked being attacked over the quality of his commission into the state of the national game when he unveiled an all-English line-up... Wayne Rooney says he is "happy" at Manchester United now that he is playing up front under David Moyes rather than the midfield or wide roles he was occasionally made to take on under Sir Alex Ferguson.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    This could be the best of times for Roy Hodgson, sending him to the World Cup finals in Brazil, or the worst, sending him into a state of exile from his own countrymen. Also: Steven Gerrard says he has been taken aback by Daniel Sturridge's quality since he joined Liverpool and predicted that the striker can spearhead England's attack at next summer's World Cup and beyond.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Roy Hodgson has issued his most rousing rallying cry since taking over as manager of the national team by insisting his England players "will deliver" qualification for the World Cup in Brazil over the next five days. Also: UEFA is considering an overhaul of international football that would see national teams playing a new Nations League competition.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Roy Hodgson issued a rallying cry last night that England would meet the public expectation that they should reach the World Cup finals next summer, as they prepare for the first of their final two qualifiers against Montenegro tonight - and added he would make no excuses in the event of failure. Also: Chris Coleman yesterday tried to deflect attention away from his future as Wales manager ahead of tonight's meaningless World Cup qualifier at home to Macedonia.



    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson looked forward with relish last night to the World Cup qualifiers that could define his reign as England manager and vowed that his team would make the nation proud. Also: Branko Brnovic, the Montenegro manager, put England's problems in perspective last night when he went through the injury crisis his team are enduring.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Hodgson has told his England players to prove the doubters wrong - after Joey Barton rubbished their World Cup chances. Also: Wayne Rooney snubbed an amazing approach from Scotland to play for them.



    DAILY STAR:
    Jack Wilshere's bad week is set to get even worse tonight when he is axed from the England side. Also: Furious Jose Bosingwa has launched a blistering attack on Harry Redknapp after being blasted by the QPR boss in his book.



    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson says it would be "unthinkable" for England not to qualify for next year's World Cup. Also: Jack Wilshere's hopes of playing for England tonight look to be going up in smoke.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Roy Hodgson has issued a rousing rallying call ahead of the most critical games of his reign, insisting England will meet the nation's expectations by delivering qualification for the World Cup in Brazil. Also: Furious Cardiff City fans are demanding assurances over the future of manager Malky Mackay.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Roy Hodgson was facing the biggest selection decision of his England career last night as he agonised over whether to drop Jack Wilshere for tonight's crucial World Cup clash with Montenegro. Also: Ronnie O'Sullivan has sensationally accused the World Snooker authorities of trying to make him lose this year's World Championship final.

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    THE GUARDIAN:
    For England, everything now boils down to what happens against Poland on Tuesday. Also: The good news for England is that wingers are back in fashion.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Andros Townsend inspired England to victory over Montenegro last night and kept alive Roy Hodgson's hopes of automatic qualification for the World Cup finals. Also: From gambling ban to Roy Hodgson's big gamble. Even for someone who travels at pace Andros Townsend arrived at Wembley last night on a spectacular trajectory with the stakes piled high.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The big games, the high tension occasions when it all has to come good - it is then that a manager has to make the right calls, and for the much-maligned Roy Hodgson last night there was a sweet vindication of sorts. Also: It was the selection that signalled Roy Hodgson intended to shed the conservative tag he has been encumbered with and boldly shape his and England's destiny.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    So it comes down to Poland again. Also: There was a Davis Cup feel to this match, as if England had tumbled so far down the world rankings that they were battling for readmission to the 'elite group.'



    THE SUN:
    Andros Townsend was the toast of England after his dream debut fired the Three Lions towards the World Cup finals. Also: Roy Hodgson admitted he nearly did not pick Andros Townsend for this vital win.



    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson is not a man given to shows of emotion or impolite language, but at 9.33pm last night he could not contain himself. Also: He took to the pitch as an international rookie. Andros Townsend walked off imagining a packed house at the Maracana and a place in the World Cup finals in Brazil.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Debut boy Andros Townsend sent England to within one game of Brazil with a wonder goal as Roy Hodgson's side saw off Montenegro. Also: There were times when Roy Hodgson dare not look, others when he was caught dancing a jig of delight.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andros Townsend scored a wonder goal as England clinched a precious victory in the race to Brazil. Also: One more heave. One more win. You can almost smell the sea off the Copacabana.



    DAILY STAR:
    England are just one win from the World Cup finals. Also: Wayne Rooney raised the roof at Wembley last night after turning from villain to hero in eight minutes.

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    Re: EXCLUSIVE Football News

    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Andros Townsend is set for a 300 per cent pay rise at Tottenham. Also: Roy Hodgson fears Poland will conjure up the spirit of 1973 on Tuesday night... Cristiano Ronaldo was caught in a cheat storm after claims he got himself banned deliberately.



    THE SUNDAY TIMES:

    Roy Hodgson has hit back at "rubbish" criticism of his England team and promised they will stay positive as they seek to secure World Cup qualification against Poland on Tuesday. Also: The Football Association's "England commission" could convene as early as next week, with Jose Mourinho, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard among the figures from whom it will aim to take soundings.



    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Roy Hodgson has issued a passionate defence of his players' patriotism and commitment, rubbishing a claim by one of the biggest names in European football that the England team "do not care about the shirt". Also: Real Madrid have disclosed that Gareth Bale is suffering from a chronic back injury in addition to the thigh problem that has restricted him to just 132 minutes of action for his new club.



    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
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    Wayne Rooney is convinced he can become part of a golden era of international football under Roy Hodgson because of the wealth of young talent the England manager has at his disposal. Also: England (cricket) stars are close to agreeing new deals that would nearly double their pay and smash the £1million barrier... Artur Boruc vowed on Saturday night to play like Jan Tomaszewski and break English hearts - just as the legendary Polish goalkeeper did 40 years ago at Wembley.



    THE OBSERVER:
    Roy Hodgson, emboldened by the success of his young strikeforce against Montenegro, has brought Raheem Sterling into his squad for England's crucial game against Poland on Tuesday. Also: Maria de Villota's family have claimed that the test driver died as a result of neurological injuries sustained when she crashed while testing a Marussia Formula One car in 2012... The Celtic nations and Italy will meet the Rugby Football Union this week ready to make concessions to ensure that European club rugby continues next season after the English and French sides pull out of the Heineken Cup.



    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    England will face a wall of noise from Poland fans for Tuesday's must-win World Cup qualifier after the Football Association decided to increase the visitors' ticket allocation to ensure a 85,000 sell-out. Also: As a seven-year-old, Helen Grant took up judo to protect herself from racists on her Carlisle council estate. Now she is Sports Minister.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

    Adnan Januzaj's representatives want a £100,000 signing-on fee as part of a new £20k-a-week-plus deal for the Manchester United starlet. Also: Roy Hodgson on Saturday night demanded victory against Poland on Tuesday... Andre Villas-Boas wants to boost Tottenham's firepower by signing want-away Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Andros Townsend, England's latest hero, is about to clinch a lucrative revised contract at Tottenham. Also: Tom Ince is set to join Newcastle in the January window... England's hopes of reaching the World Cup finals have been boosted by a massive rift in the Poland camp.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    England boss Roy Hodgson has warned that Poland will want to replicate the deeds of 1973 and wreck the Three Lions' march towards next summer's World Cup finals. Also: Defender Gary Cahill believes Andros Townsend is the man to fire England to next year's World Cup finals... Derby's brilliant teenage midfielder Will Hughes is being tracked by Manchester United, Liverpool and Barcelona.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Fired-up Roy Hodgson on Saturday night laid bare his passion by revelling in a 'cheap shot' at the man who said England's stars did not give a damn about their country. Also: Andros Townsend is in contract talks with Tottenham that could land him a whopping 400 per cent pay rise... Wayne Rooney has vowed to score the goals to send England to the World Cup finals - and then take the tournament by storm.

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    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson has warned his players: Don't get too cocky. Also: FA chiefs have earmarked a five-star Rio hotel next door to a notorious shanty town as England's World Cup base.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Tottenham have agreed a new bumper pay deal with man of the moment Andros Townsend - only two years after they were ready to sell him to Millwall for just £500,000. Also: Roy Hodgson has warned England's players against complacency as they prepare for tomorrow's World Cup qualifying showdown with Poland at Wembley.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Hodgson gave his England players a stern World Cup warning with the order: Don't blow it now. Also: England fans have had their seats for tomorrow's must-win game at Wembley moved - to make room for extra Polish supporters.



    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Roy Hodgson has delivered a stern lecture to his England players, urging them not to allow the chance of qualifying for the World Cup to slip through their grasp. Also: England's players will face a wall of Polish noise at Wembley tomorrow night after the Football Association decided to allocate the visitors an extra 10,000 tickets.



    DAILY STAR:

    Roy Hodgson has warned his World Cup-chasing England stars - Don't get cocky. Also: Sebastian Vettel is within touching distance of a fourth F1 title in a row after his closest rival waved the white flag.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The Football Association remains unrepentant about its own goal of selling an extra 10,000 tickets to the Polish FA on top of the original allocation of 8,000, gifting hugely increased backing to the team trying to stop England qualifying automatically for the World Cup at Wembley tomorrow. Also: Brilliance and embarrassment, a tale of two cities. Exeter, so clever, so bold, had ripped the guts out of this contest by the interval with five tries against a so-called star-studded Cardiff side with five Lions and 13 internationals in their ranks. So much for supposed English woes in Europe.



    THE TIMES:

    The Football Association has defended its decision to sell more than 18,000 tickets to away fans for England's critical World Cup qualification match against Poland at Wembley Stadium tomorrow night. Also: The impatience is setting in, even though Sebastian Vettel is doing better than his best.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    England are braced to play tomorrow's decisive World Cup qualifier in a hostile atmosphere whipped up by more than 20,000 Poland fans, the largest away following for a competitive game at the revamped Wembley stadium, for a fixture that will determine if Roy Hodgson's side reach the finals in Brazil automatically or must endure a play-off. Also: Great Britain's 4x100m women's relay squad are set to be rewarded for their shock bronze medal at the world championships in Moscow when UK Athletics announces who will receive lottery funding in 2014 later today.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    England will line up at Wembley tomorrow night for their crucial World Cup qualifier in front of the biggest away following at the stadium for any competitive game - around 20,000 Poland fans, according to that country's football association. Also: Sebastian Vettel is closing in on his fourth consecutive world title after recovering from a faltering start to clam his fifth grand prix victory in a row here yesterday - becoming the sixth driver in Formula One history to achieve that feat

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    Friday's star Andros Townsend has handed England an injury scare having picked up a knock in his sensational debut against Montenegro
    Roy Hodgson believes the FA have blundered by giving Polish fans 18,000 tickets for tonight's World Cup crunch
    Steven Gerrard insists England will bury the ghost of their Euro 2008 flop by beating Poland tonight and qualifying for Brazil
    Gareth Southgate has backed Raheem Sterling to make an impact if called upon at Wembley tonight, while revealing Wilfried Zaha's frustration at his lack of first-team action for Manchester United
    Poland boss Waldemar Fornalik insists his team will be playing for national pride against England tonight
    World Cup legend Martin Peters has told England: Don't let Poland wreck your dreams
    Gordon Strachan has refused to bite back after Croatia boss Igor Stimac insisted their clash at Hampden would be a 'training session'
    Chris Coleman's Wales future is still in doubt and tonight's trip to Belgium could be his swansong with his contract up next month
    Thomas Vermaelen says he may have to leave Arsenal in January if he cannot win his place back in the side

    Steven Gerrard last night urged England fans to roar their team to the World Cup finals
    England's new hero Andros Townsend is an injury doubt for tonight's make-or-break World Cup qualifier with Poland
    Captain Jakub Blaszczykowski last night claimed Poland's army of 18,000-plus fans will take over Wembley - and inspire their country to victory
    Ukraine boss Mikhail Fomenko admits his side only have themselves to blame if they miss out on World Cup qualification
    Mo Farah has joined Jack Wilshere in opposing the practice of sportsmen switching nationality to compete under a flag of convenience
    Chris Coleman fears Gareth Bale will not get back to his best until next year
    Loic Remy will be handed the chance to seal a permanent move to Newcastle in January

    Jack Wilshere is poised for a shock recall to the England team - with Frank Lampard set to miss out
    Steven Gerrard insists leading England to the World Cup tonight would make him the proudest man alive
    Jack Butland believes young English talent is being helped by the loan system
    Gareth Bale will not be back to his best until after Christmas according to Wales boss Chris Coleman
    Northern Ireland captain Steven Davies believes manager Michael O'Neill deserves a new contract
    Malky Mackay won't quit Cardiff - but his future is still in the balance
    Midfielder Craig Gardner claims there has been a revolution inside the Sunderland dressing room in the wake of Paolo Di Canio's exit

    Steven Gerrard says the Wembley fear factor has been tamed during Roy Hodgson's reign and admits leading England to the World Cup will make him the proudest man in the country
    Ahead of tonight's clash with Poland, Andros Townsend has promised not to get carried away after his 'perfect debut' for England
    Jakub Blaszczykowski claimed the extra fans inside Wembley tonight could lift Poland out of the doldrums and help them deliver a famous result to match their draw here in 1973
    Real Madrid have been warned by Wales manager Chris Coleman not to expect Gareth Bale to be back to his best until after Christmas
    England Under-21s manager Gareth Southgate believes in a cap on foreign talent playing in the Premier League but has 'no idea' whether such a proposal is legally enforceable
    Juventus have told Chelsea that they will have to pay about £40million for midfielder Paul Pogba
    Glen Johnson is set to hand Liverpool a timely boost by returning to full training today after six weeks out

    Steven Gerrard has praised Roy Hodgson for eradicating England's fear factor before the match that will decide their World Cup fate
    Gareth Southgate has admitted that Wilfried Zaha is feeling the frustration of finding himself on the fringes of the Manchester United squad, but urged the 20-year-old to use tonight's U21 clash with Lithuania to get into David Moyes's side
    Thomas Vermaelen has said for the first time that he would consider leaving Arsenal in January to improve his chances of playing in the World Cup finals

    Steven Gerrard claims he will be the proudest man in the country if he can lead England to the World Cup finals at Wembley tonight
    Poland manager Waldemar Fornalik last night claimed the FA have handed his side a major advantage by allowing 18,000 away supporters into Wembley
    Gareth Southgate has urged Wilfried Zaha to channel his frustration after admitting the Manchester United striker is finding it hard adjusting to being a bit-part player
    Chris Coleman has blasted reports that Wales' medics have aggravated Gareth Bale's back problem

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    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney sent the country Brazil nuts as he headed England into the World Cup finals. Also: Arsene Wenger is ready to make a fresh move for Karim Benzema in January.






    THE TIMES:
    England booked their place at next summer's World Cup finals in Brazil last night with a 2-0 win over Poland amid raucous scenes at Wembley. Also: Aaron Ramsey punctured the triumphant carnival atmosphere with an equaliser two minutes from time, continuing his excellent start to the campaign.






    THE GUARDIAN:
    There was a moment here, as the pressure was straying dangerously close towards intolerable, when Roy Hodgson could be seen yanking at his tie, desperately trying to loosen the knot a little. Also: Usain Bolt's coach, Glen Mills, says that Jamaican sprinters are being "unfairly targeted" because of their dominance at world level and that criticism of the country's anti-doping programme is unjustified.






    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    This was a raucous, draining and utterly magnificent night. Also: World football's players' union denied last night that its vice-president had threatened a boycott of the 2022 World Cup if the tournament was not moved from the summer.






    DAILY MAIL:
    As the ball arrived at the feet of Leighton Baines, Roy Hodgson rose from his seat. Also: Gareth Bale looks set to return to La Liga action against Malaga on Saturday.






    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney rose to the occasion to book England's place at the World Cup. Also: David Moyes could send Wilfried Zaha on loan because he does not feel he is ready to play for Manchester United.






    DAILY EXPRESS:
    It is full steam ahead for Brazil after Wayne Rooney - minus his headband - and Steven Gerrard fired England into the 2014 World Cup finals. Also: Scotland rounded off their qualifying campaign with a morale-boosting 2-0 win over Croatia.






    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Steven Gerrard's brilliant 88th minute goal last night sealed England's qualification for next summer's World Cup in Brazil - a result he dedicated to the fans. Also: Scotland completed the double over Croatia last night to demonstrate the progress they have made under Gordon Strachan, as they finally picked up a home win in this World Cup qualifying campaign.






    DAILY STAR:
    England are on their way to the World Cup. Also: Craig Bellamy bowed out on the international stage in style, setting up Aaron Ramsey's late equaliser on a night of records.

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    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roy Hodgson was last night involved in a bizarre row over a "space monkey" joke and England World Cup hero Andros Townsend. Roy Hodgson last night backed Wayne Rooney to make next summer's World Cup finals his "crowning glory".



    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney is desperate to show the planet just what he is capable of in Brazil next year. Also: Roy Hodgson has told England's young guns: Show me I should take you to the World Cup.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Adnan Januzaj will elect to play for England if the FA can overcome the obstacle of the five-year residency rule. Also: Roy Hodgson is in line for a huge bonus after leading England to next summer's World Cup.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Roy Hodgson has told England's up and coming youngsters such as Ravel Morrison they have six months to prove he should take them to the World Cup. Also: Wayne Rooney admits there is one thing missing from his career - to shine at a World Cup.



    DAILY STAR:
    Roy Hodgson last night challenged England's World Cup hopefuls to grab a place on the plane to Brazil. Also: Kevin de Bruyne has vowed to prove Jose Mourinho wrong and force his way back into the Chelsea team.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Wayne Rooney has admitted that he has underperformed at major international tournaments but outlined his burning desire to put "the icing" on his career by helping England to triumph at next summer's World Cup. Also: The England and Wales Cricket Board sprang two surprises yesterday by appointing former wicketkeeper Paul Downton as the managing director of England Cricket and James Whitaker as the national selector.



    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson has challenged the next generation of England players to knock the old guard "off their perch" and make his squad for next summer's World Cup finals. Also: James Anderson has expressed his relief that the players have managed to agree terms for the next wave of central contracts before leaving for the Ashes, and is confident that the squad will be able to cope with the Pommie-bashing that awaits their arrival in Australia a week today.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Wayne Rooney has admitted to underperforming at major tournaments since bursting on to the international scene at Euro 2004 and the England striker vowed to put things right at the World Cup finals in Brazil. Also: There will be no tears or fears for England in Australia, according to Jimmy Anderson. In the face of expected hostility from fiery crowds, England's second-highest wicket-taker insists the squad are well prepared for another Ashes tour full of drama, tension and "pommy-bashing".



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Wayne Rooney has revealed his desperation to show the globe how good he is in next summer's World Cup, having struggled to make an impact at a major tournament since his brilliant displays at Euro 2004. Also: On the eve of the Ashes series, English cricket last night announced two key changes. It was impossible to dispel the notion of a new beginning when the series against Australia ends in January.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    Jose Mourinho last night launched a stinging attack on Cardiff City, accusing their manager Malky Mackay of deploying time-wasting tactics which ripped off Chelsea fans. Also: Dangerous flares and smoke bombs advertised as explicitly for football and 'ideal for hooligans' are being sold online for as little as £1.70 each.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The Football Association last night risked an angry response from Jose Mourinho after charging the Chelsea manager with improper conduct. Also: Jurgen Klopp is such a big admirer of Arsenal's style that he said he would happily have paid for a ticket to watch his Borussia Dortmund side face the free-scoring Gunners tonight.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsene Wenger admits tonight is the acid test to see how far his high-flying Arsenal side can really go. Also: Ian Holloway is clinging on to his job as manager of Crystal Palace after his side were torn apart by Fulham last night.


    DAILY STAR:
    Manchester City have had a bust-up with Champions League rivals CSKA Moscow after being banned from their pitch. Also: Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway was left fearing for his job last night.



    THE TIMES:
    Arsene Wenger has challenged his players to assert themselves as serious contenders at home and abroad in tonight's Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund. Also: It seems a little early to be talking about the goal of the season but Pajtim Kasami submitted a contender that will take some beating when he eased the pressure on Martin Jol last night.



    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson aims to keep the peace between Wayne Rooney and Manchester United. Also: Jack Wilshere's goal of the season lasted barely 48 hours - as Pajtim Kasami produced an out-of-this-world strike for Fulham last night.



    DAILY MIRROR:

    Billy Bonds has branded Harry Redknapp "pathetic" and "liberal with the truth" after reigniting their 20-year-old feud. Also: Patrice Evra is set to leave Manchester United at the end of the season and return to France.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea manager, last night delivered an extraordinary rant and accused Cardiff City of breaking the rules and ruining the game for supporters. Also: Happy birthday, Arsene Wenger It most certainly will be tonight if on the occasion of the Arsenal manager's 64th his resurgent young team beat last season's Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund to confirm their position as one of the most exciting teams in Europe.



    THE GUARDIAN:

    For Arsenal the season's biggest test to date is at hand. Also: Chief constables across the country have been urged to clamp down on those who set off smoke bombs and flares in football grounds amid warnings that serious injury or a fatality is inevitable if action is not taken.

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