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DAILY MIRROR

England were last night facing the nightmare prospect of playing their next World Cup qualifier behind closed doors after an anti-racism group reported Three Lions fans to FIFA for chants about Rio Ferdinand and his brother Anton in San Marino.

Roberto Mancini has accused his Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany of defying him by playing for Belgium against Macedonia.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino insists joining Chelsea has ruined Fernando Torres.

John Terry is ready to play a proper part in Chelsea's end-of-season fixture pile up.

Tony Pulis has vowed to soldier on at Stoke despite flak from supporters and some board members.

Martin O'Neill insists he's still up for the fight as Sunderland boss.

Liverpool have stepped up their interest in young Danish star Christian Eriksen.

Swansea must wait to sign loan midfielder Jonathan de Guzman until the summer.

George Weah's son - Tim Weah - is set to follow his dad by joining Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger is facing a tug-of-war over Victor Valdes after big-spending Anzhi Makhachkala offered to make him the highest-paid keeper in the world.

Wigan and Southampton are battling it out to sign Rayo Vallecano left-back Jose Manuel Casado on a free transfer.

THE SUN

Roberto Mancini has rapped Vincent Kompany for defying him to play for Belgium.

The economy will be hit for £1billion if England fail to make the World Cup finals.

Arsene Wenger was reeling last night after Abou Diaby's cruel injury jinx struck again.

Michel Platini reckons goal-line technology for the Champions League is too expensive.

Asmir Begovic will only join Manchester United if he is guaranteed to be first-choice goalkeeper.

Brede Hangeland has signed a new two-year extension to his contract at Fulham.

Liverpool are to step up their attempts to land Danish golden boy Christian Eriksen.

Dunfermline's top-earners have been laid off by administrator Bryan Jackson.

DAILY STAR

Furious Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has told Vincent Kompany: Put your club first.

Rafa Benitez says John Terry is better off without England - and that Chelsea will benefit from his decision to quit international football.

Arsenal legend Robert Pires last night launched an attack on the club's transfer policy - and urged boss Arsene Wenger to sign a hard core of English players.

Harry Redknapp has no regrets over choosing a relegation scrap with QPR instead of a cushy life as Ukraine boss.

Sam Allardyce has started making plans for the summer - ahead of signing a new deal.

DAILY MAIL

England have been reported to FIFA over alleged racist chanting by fans towards Rio Ferdinand and his brother Anton.

Darren Bent has handed Aston Villa a major boost for their relegation fight by shaking off what was thought to be a serious foot injury.

Liverpool are to step up attempts to prise Christian Eriksen away from Ajax this summer.

Lazio are showing interest in Wigan striker Franco di Santo, who is out of contract in the summer.

Sheffield Wednesday have signed Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden on loan but failed in a bid to tempt Kevin Davies away from the Reebok.

Paul Sturrock has turned down the chance to manage Southend in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsene Wenger says that England are in deep trouble if they are relying solely on Jack Wilshere to solve all their problems.

Frank Lampard wants Jose Mourinho to become the next Chelsea manager, so he can work alongside the Special One in a coaching role.

Arsene Wenger says that England are in deep trouble if they are relying solely on Jack Wilshere to solve all their problems.

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