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West Brom starlet Saido Berahino is reportedly wanted by Monaco, while both Fulham and Norwich are said to be eyeing Cardiff boss Malky Mackay.

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Saido Berahino: Reportedly a target for Monaco

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Andre Villas-Boas has been slammed by FIFA for not substituting keeper Hugo Lloris on Sunday after he was knocked out in a collision.

Sven Goran Eriksson advised Roman Abramovich to buy Chelsea rather than Spurs in 2003.

Andy Carroll has suffered a fresh blow in his comeback bid for West Ham after being hit by a viral infection.

Malky Mackay is top of the wanted list at Fulham and Norwich.

Fabio Capello is set to land a new long-term contract with Russia.

Dean Holdsworth has agreed to step down as Chelmsford City boss.

Watford, QPR, Portsmouth, Exeter and Bournemouth are leading the chase for Poole's Will Spetch.

DAILY EXPRESS

David Moyes admits he still has not read a word of Sir Alex Ferguson's latest book.

Martin O'Neill wants former Leicester winger Steve Guppy to join his ROI coaching set-up.

QPR's Alejandro Faurlin is out for the season after suffering a cruciate ligament injury.

DAILY MAIL

The footballers' union last night called for anyone suspected of suffering a concussion during a match to be automatically removed from the field of play.

Former Real Madrid defender Aitor Karanka is the latest manager to have talks over the Crystal Palace job.

Arsene Wenger will keep Arsenal sweating over his future until they have qualified for the next phase of the Champions League.

THE TIMES

Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane will be formally announced as Ireland's new managerial partnership today.

DAILY MIRROR

Newcastle will face another transfer tug-of-war in January over Yohan Cabaye with Roma potential suitors.

Monaco are keen on West Brom sensation Saido Berahino.

Ex-Real Madrid coach Aitor Karanka has been interviewed for the Crystal Palace job.

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