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Danny Rose has called Tottenham's performances this term "unacceptable", while Galatasaray's president has been linked with a Reading takeover.

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Danny Rose: Not happy with Spurs performances

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Danny Rose has called Tottenham's performances this season "unacceptable" after defeat by Arsenal virtually killed off their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was proud of the "special resilience" his players displayed in keeping Tottenham at bay and themselves in contention for the Barclays Premier League crown.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is in no doubt about the merits of selecting a player like Andy Carroll for England.

Jose Mourinho has called on the Premier League to stop sending Chris Foy to Chelsea games after the referee dismissed two more Blues players - and their manager - in an ill-tempered clash at Villa Park on Saturday.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Juan Mata believes United will come good again and forget their current woes.

Wayne Rooney described United's humiliating defeat by Liverpool as one of the blackest days he's ever had in his 12-year professional career.

Blues midfielder Samir Nasri, one of the heroes of a remarkable performance from Manuel Pellegrini's men, said the sight of their skipper Vincent Kompany trudging down the tunnel galvanised the team into action.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Jon Flanagan believes Liverpool's stunning 3-0 victory over Manchester United will have their title rivals "worried".

Sylvain Distin admits that Europa League qualification for Everton would leave him with mixed feelings.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

John Carver insists Newcastle United still have plenty to play for this season - despite the Magpies' setback at Fulham over the weekend.

Adam Armstrong has admitted he is hungry for more after making his Newcastle United debut at Fulham.

THE JOURNAL

Gustavo Poyet is hoping one of his players can repeat Adam Johnson's January purple patch to save Sunderland from relegation.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Vito Mannone insists Sunderland's survival bid will be doomed if negativity enters the Black Cats camp.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Fabian Delph has been tipped to get even better by Paul Lambert after proving he can go toe-to-toe with the Premier League's best midfielders.

Lee Clark has insisted no-one at Birmingham is blind to the possibility of being sucked into a relegation scrap proper.

EXPRESS & STAR

Pepe Mel today admitted the end of the Nicolas Anelka saga should benefit Albion's bid for Premier League survival.

Goalkeeper Ben Foster today claimed more managerial upheaval is the last thing Albion need after Pepe Mel finally recorded his first win as Baggies boss.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes believes his trio of mavericks can fire Stoke City towards a first-ever top-half finish in the Premier League after finding a perfect home at the Britannia Stadium.

Peter Odemwingie isn't claiming Stoke's first goal, but will happily accept it.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

David Stockdale will happily surrender his hard-won place in Fulham's team if it guaranteed survival - and the keeper wasn't kidding.

Bobby Zamora is a 'monster' to play against who has provided a timely boost to QPR's promotion hopes, says team-mate Nedum Onuoha.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

Michael Morrison believes that Chris Powell's job may have been safe had he not had his hands tied in the summer transfer window.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Garry Monk refused to divulge whether he had switched on the manager's hairdryer for the first time since becoming Swansea City boss.

WALES ONLINE

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed he will be Cardiff City manager next season no matter what happens during their Premier League run-in.

THE PINK UN

Chris Hughton defended his decision to make wholesale changes to his Norwich City line-up after slumping to a 4-2 Premier League defeat against slick Southampton.

THE DAILY ECHO

Morgan Schneiderlin has not ruled out making himself available for England if he continues to be ignored by France.

Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino believes that Gaston Ramírez is now beginning to showcase his true ability.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce says the survival prospects of his Hull City side will be judged in the weeks to come after again falling short against the Premier League's big guns.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Brian McDermott gave Massimo Cellino's takeover of Leeds United his strongest show of support yet after a 2-1 defeat to Burnley left him looking ahead to an "important week in our history."

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Danny Ings could be out of action for the rest of the month after suffering upper ankle ligament damage.

EVENING GAZETTE

Mustapha Carayol faces a nervous 48 hours as he waits to hear if his season is over.

READING POST

The president of Galatasaray has been offered the chance to take over at Reading FC, according to reports in Turkey.

THE ARGUS

Brighton striker Craig Mackail-Smith makes his latest return to action in the development team today.

EVENING TIMES

Neil Lennon has revealed that 17-year-old Liam Henderson is already being likened to Scotland skipper Darren Fletcher.

Ally McCoist today warned his Rangers players he expects Albion Rovers to shut up shop again in their William Hill Scottish Cup replay.

THE SCOTSMAN

Neil Lennon is set to quiz Lierse boss Stanley Menzo over the ongoing Tony Watt saga - with the Celtic boss wanting answers over claims that Watt was slapped by Menzo prior to a match.

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