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Yaya Toure has demanded UEFA shut down CSKA Moscow's stadium after suffering sickening racist abuse.

Tony Pulis has emerged as red-hot favourite to replace his best mate Ian Holloway at Crystal Palace.

Wayne Rooney last night brushed off Sir Alex Ferguson's criticism.

Nigel Clough will use the anger of his Derby axing to inspire him in his new job.

Southampton will step up their bid for £10million-rated Cagliari defender Davide Astori in January.

Michael Laudrup says Sir Alex Ferguson has betrayed the dressing-room bond of trust.

DAILY MIRROR

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish will ask Tony Pulis if he wants to replace "worn-out" Ian Holloway and lead the Selhurst Park survival fight.

Former Manchester United assistant boss Mike Phelan has criticised the club for failing to make a marquee signing this summer.

Derby's Scottish star Craig Bryson is wanted by Celtic - and will be tempted with a lucrative move in the next window.

Forgotten Stoke winger Brek Shea wants to go out on loan to force his way back into Mark Hughes' plans.

DAILY MAIL

Crystal Palace will approach Tony Pulis as they begin hunting for a new manager.

William Gallas has joined Perth Glory on a one-year deal.

Everton could try again in January to land £10million-rated Feyenoord defender Bruno Martins Indi.

QPR have signed USA centre-back Oguchi Onyewu.

DAILY STAR

Crystal Palace will turn to Tony Pulis after Ian Holloway last night quit the Premier League strugglers.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke insists Shane Long will not be leaving in January.

Middlesbrough have finally landed Norwich defender Daniel Ayala on loan.

New Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough plans to prove a point to Derby after his "shocking" sacking.

DAILY EXPRESS

Crystal Palace will today offer Tony Pulis the chance to take over from Ian Holloway.

William Gallas has ended his 12-year Premier League stint to join Perth Glory.

Fulham owner Shahid Khan has reiterated his support for manager Martin Jol.

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