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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

The close bond between Juan Mata and Fernando Torres has helped the striker through the dark times at Stamford Bridge - and now he is repaying the debt.

Jose Mourinho has admitted he is acting unfairly towards his players as he tries to find the most successful formula for Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger today suggested Arsenal had no moral qualms about attempting to sign Luis Suarez but refused to be drawn on whether they will try again in January.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Brooklyn Beckham today had a trial with Manchester United, the M.E.N. can reveal.

David Moyes believes United have been 'quietly' gathering momentum.

Alexander Buttner has revealed that Patrice Evra regularly offers him advice - despite the pair battling for a starting berth.

Patrick Vieira says future Manchester City star Jack Byrne is living up to comparisons with Paul Scholes as the youngster continues to impress.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Brendan Rodgers insists Fabio Borini still has a future at Liverpool.

Chairman Tom Werner believes Liverpool are making strides forward and expects the club to be involved in a "dogfight" for Champions League qualification.

Brendan Rodgers believes the success of the Boston Red Sox proves that Liverpool are in good hands with Fenway Sports Group.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez admits he is worried by a knee injury to striker Arouna Kone.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Hatem Ben Arfa has insisted that hopes of glory at St James' Park are NOT over - despite a traumatic week on Tyneside.

Scottish starlet John Souttar has turned down a move to Sunderland, according to reports north of the border.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew is hoping Papiss Cisse gets the lucky break which restores his Newcastle United form, but does not believe Loic Remy is hindering him.

Gustav Poyet is certain Emanuele Giaccherini has a Sunderland future - he just hasn't worked out where yet.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Paul Lambert is enjoying managing Aston Villa more than ever before - but is in no rush to discuss a contract extension yet.

Kevin Phillips will return to The Hawthorns this weekend claiming that he has proven Albion wrong - five years after they released him.

Lee Clark is unsure whether Birmingham City will again have to cash-in on players during the forthcoming transfer window.

EXPRESS & STAR

Steve Clarke today hinted he will let Markus Rosenberg leave Albion - but not before the want-away Swede has played a part in the Baggies' season.

THE SENTINEL

Charlie Adam says he would love an extended run in central midfield to show Stoke fans what he is really made of.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce would sacrifice a good league position for a place in the Capital One Cup Final - as long as the Hammers don't get relegated.

Tomorrow's home game against Aston Villa is a great chance for West Ham to win their first league game at Upton Park since the opening day of the season, according to manager Sam Allardyce.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Adel Taarabt has vowed to repay the faith shown in him by Martin Jol and help ease the pressure on the under-fire Fulham boss.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Neil Taylor admits courage could be crucial when Swansea City run out in Cardiff for the biggest ever Welsh derby.

Pablo Hernandez is intent on maintaining his excellent derby record when Swansea City tackle Cardiff on Sunday.

WALES ONLINE

Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay today refused to let off-field troubles impact on preparations for Sunday's monumental South Wales derby clash with rivals Swansea.

THE DAILY ECHO

Mauricio Pochettino has knocked back suggestions Dani Osvaldo is unsettled at Saints and has backed his fit again record signing to be a big hit in the Premier League.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce will ask his Hull City side to dig deep into their fitness reserves as they bid to end a taxing week on a high at home to Sunderland tomorrow.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Brian McDermott wants Saturday's clash with Yeovil Town to be the start of a convincing push to the turn of the year after breaking cover and talking up Leeds United's chances of reaching the play-offs this season.

NOTTINGHAM POST

David Vaughan wants to help bring good football - and success - to Nottingham Forest.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has refused to get drawn into speculation over new contracts as he believes it is counter-productive to his side's current form.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Wanderers are still feeling Liam Feeney's absence as they travel to Bournemouth - but Dougie Freedman has not ruled out bringing the winger back to the Reebok in the next transfer window.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Owen Coyle has declared his intention to extend Marc Albrighton's stay at Wigan Athletic.

EVENING GAZETTE

Mark Venus hasn't spoken to Steve Gibson about the vacant manager's position at Boro - and admits he's not sure he wants the position.

EVENING TIMES

Celticchief executive Peter Lawwell admits he would turn down the chance of winning the Europa League for a stab at the Champions League last 16.

Rangers fans supremo Drew Roberton today called on the Paul Murray and Jim McColl camp to deliver the knockout blow to the under-fire Ibrox board.

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