LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger welcomed the publication of Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography but contested the former Manchester United manager's version of events in the controversial 'Pizzagate' affair.
A leading anti-racism pressure group believes players from many ethnic backgrounds will consider boycotting the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
London's top clubs were in Brussels this week to watch Anderlecht pair Dennis Praet and Youri Tielemans in action.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
After Manchester United continued their excellent start in the Champions League, Phil Jones has called for increased consistency in the Premier League.
Fernandinho has praised team-mate Joe Hart after his decisive save helped City see off CSKA Moscow on Wednesday evening.
Howard Kendall is delighted that Steven Pienaar is back and scoring goals for Everton.
Newcastle United defender Mike Williamson has warned his team-mates they must play the game and not the occasion at the Stadium of Light this Sunday.
Steven Taylor could miss the Tyne-Wear derby if he fails to shake off a hamstring injury.
Blackpool manager Paul Ince believes on-loan midfielder Dan Gosling can still do a job for Newcastle United.
Gustavo Poyet took Sunderland's players for a team meal on Thursday to learn more about the squad he has inherited.
Gus Poyet has urged Sunderland supporters to put their displeasure aside and create a hostile cauldron for Newcastle United this weekend.
Gus Poyet says his players need to match the passion on the terraces in Sunday's derby against Newcastle, regardless of the quality of his side's display.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says that he wanted to pair Christian Benteke and Romelu Lukaku together at Villa Park.
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett says Leigh Griffiths can be as good as he wants to be.
EXPRESS & STAR
Gabby Agbonlahor will welcome Gareth Barry back to Villa with open arms - insisting his former team-mate has long been forgiven by the Holte End.
West Brom's Gareth McAuley hoping for repeat Liverpool win this season.
Steve Davis is hoping to capture a new loan signing in time for Crewe Alexandra's trip to Sheffield United on Saturday.
Reformed gambling addict Matthew Etherington says he has no problem wearing the bet365 logo on his shirt every time he turns out for Stoke City.
Bryan Ruiz struggles to cope with jet-leg after Costa Rica trips but won't let the journeys affect his Fulham form.
Eden Hazard is determined to finally make knock-out stages of the Champions League with Chelsea.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Neil Taylor believes Swansea City's Europa League group is far more open following their draw with Kuban Krasnodar.
THE DAILY ECHO
Mauricio Pochettino admits Southampton are going to be subject to much greater public scrutiny following their superb start to the season but believes it won't derail their ambitions.
Rickie Lambert has reacted positively to being dropped, according to Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Tom Huddlestone is confident Hull City have the necessary squad depth to cover the absence of five key players for Sunday's testing trip to Tottenham.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United were attempting to finalise a second signing in the space of 24 hours today after offering a contract to trialist defender Marius Zaliukas.
Dexter Blackstock is delighted to have finally joined a 'big club.'
Steve McClaren says the supporters can play as big a part as the players in driving Derby County forward this season.
Blackpool manager Paul Ince says that he is luck to have a chairman like Karl Oyston.
Steve Gibson today paid tribute to the work Tony Mowbray did at Middlesbrough but admitted he had let him go for the good of the club.
Darnell Fisher says that he knew he could handle the step up in class to Celtic's first team.
Rangers shareholders Jim McColl, Paul Murray and Malcolm Murray have told the Light Blues support they are open to the idea of fan involvement if they are successful in their bid to take control of the Ibrox boardroom.