Kamis, 09 Februari 2012

The top stories from papers and websites - 9 February 2012

The Sun

  • Fabio Capello sensationally quit as England boss last night - finally paving the way for people's choice Harry Redknapp to take over.

  • Wayne Rooney last night called for Harry Redknapp to be appointed England boss - and was backed by senior players and fans from across the country.

  • Gareth Southgate and Trevor Brooking are being considered as emergency England managers.

  • Swansea have confirmed boss Brendan Rodgers has signed a new and improved contract.

  • Arsenal defender Johan Djourou has signed a contract extension until 2015.

Daily Mirror

  • Fabio Capello last night quit as England boss over the John Terry captaincy debacle, paving the way for Harry Redknapp to take over.

  • Harry Redknapp will be offered the England job - but on the FA's terms.

  • Fabio Capello has taken his massive backroom staff with him after they got a combined £1million pay-off to leave the England set-up.

  • Few England players were sorry or sad to learn of Fabio Capello's resignation and immediate departure.

  • Luis Suarez has admitted for the first time that he "must pay" for the row that led to his eight-match ban.

  • Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin is holding out for a move to Zenit St Petersburg in the summer - not Anzhi Makhachkala now.

  • Neil Redfearn has been told the Leeds manager's job is his to lose.

  • Gareth Bale is ready to turn his back on Barcelona and stay at Tottenham.

  • Real Madrid have given hope to Manchester City after Raul Albiol was told he can leave the Bernabeu.

  • Bolton have called time on Robbie Blake, Paul Robinson and Sean Davis' careers at the club.

Daily Star

  • Furious Fabio Capello slammed the FA after quitting as England boss last night.

  • Dimitar Berbatov has hit out at his lack of game time and admitted his Manchester United future is in limbo.

  • Leicester, Peterborough and Doncaster are battling it out to sign Macclesfield defender Shaun Brisley.

Daily Mail

  • Fabio Capello resigned as England manager last night after an explosive meeting in the FA chairman's office, leaving the way clear for Harry Redknapp to succeed him.

  • Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is back in training after recovering from a knee injury.

Daily Express

  • Fabio Capello dramatically resigned as England manager last night after refusing to accept the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy.

  • Harry Redknapp won the biggest fight of his life yesterday - and a few hours later saw the pathway to the England manager's job cleared by Fabio Capello's resignation from the national post.

Daily Telegraph

  • Fabio Capello last night sensationally resigned as England manager, capping an extraordinary day on which Harry Redknapp was acquitted of tax evasion charges, clearing the way for him to succeed the Italian at Wembley.


  • Fabio Capello last night quit dramatically as England manager over the governing body's decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy.

  • Harry Redknapp was cleared of tax charges yesterday by a unanimous verdict, opening the way for the Tottenham manager to be appointed as Fabio Capello's successor with England.

The Guardian

  • Harry Redknapp is the overwhelming favourite to replace Fabio Capello as England's next manager after the Italian resigned because of the breakdown in his relationship with the Football Association over the John Terry affair.

Daily Record

  • Rangers were still sweating on their shock move for Daniel Cousin last night as they awaited international clearance to re-sign the striker.

  • Swedish club GAIS fear Rangers are trying to avoid paying up for January signing Mervan Celik. 


  • Hamburg hope to tempt Gylfi Sigurdsson back to Germany when his loan deal at Swansea expires at the end of the season.

  • Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov is a transfer target for Juventus , according to reports in Italy.

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