Rabu, 01 Februari 2012

The top stories from papers and websites - 1 February 2012

The Sun

  • Carlos Tevez has appealed to the Premier League over a six-week fine - worth £1.2million in wages - imposed on him by Manchester City for "gross misconduct".

  • Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish snubbed talk of Andy Carroll leaving Anfield after the striker scored in the win at Wolves.

  • Andre Villas-Boas has warned Fernando Torres the time is running out to end his Chelsea drought.

  • Ryan Giggs is ready to play on at Manchester United for yet another season.

  • Chelsea sneaked out their latest financial figures on Tuesday to reveal the club has now lost more than £620million under Roman Abramovich.

  • Alan Pardew has blasted TV anchorman Ray Stubbs for his part in the FA rap that could see Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye cop a four-game ban.

  • Premier League bosses spent more than £65million during the whole of January as the transfer window closed on Tuesday night.

Daily Mail

  • Rangers failed in a bid to land Grant Holt from Norwich after selling Nikica Jelavic to Everton.

  • Fulham and Wigan agreed a swap deal that would have taken Hugo Rodallega to Craven Cottage before Andy Johnson scuppered the deal.

  • Furious Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has accused ESPN presenter Ray Stubbs of helping to get Yohan Cabaye charged with violent conduct.

  • Not many non-league teams can reject seven-figure bids for their strikers, but Blue Square Bet Premier side Fleetwood sent Leicester packing after a £1million offer for their prolific marksman Jamie Vardy.

Daily Star

  • Arsenal's Jack Wilshere has suffered a new blow after scans revealed he has another stress fracture in his right ankle.

  • Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye hopes the support of the player he kicked in the face will be enough to get him off a three-match ban.

  • Marco van Basten has issued a come-and-get-me alert as he wants a job in the Premier League.

Daily Mirror

  • Carlos Tevez and Chris Samba were left on the shelf on Tuesday night as clubs refused to match last year's massive deadline day transfer deals.

  • Roman Abramovich's Chelsea experiment has cost him more than £1billion.

Daily Express

  • Manchester City will pay £70,000 of Wayne Bridge's £90,000 per-week wages after his loan move to Sunderland.

Daily Record

  • Rangers legend John Greig and former chairman John McClelland joined forces on Tuesday night to warn the club are in danger of being sucked into a debt spiral.

  • Celtic failed with a late £2.2million move for Real Betis hitman Jorge Molina.

  • Rudi Skacel will stay with Hearts until the end of the season. 

The Times

  • Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola says he considered making a move for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez as cover for the injured David Villa.

Sky Sports

  • Harry Redknapp has revealed that Tottenham failed to bring Juventus’ Milos Krasic to White Hart Lane because the Serbian winger would only consider joining the club on a permanent deal.


  • Serie A table toppers Juventus have emerged as the latest side to take a keen interest in Arsenal captain Robin van Persie . Manager Antonio Conte is preparing a £25m move for the Dutch international in the summer.


  • Arsenal rejected a deadline day approach from Fulham to sign striker Park Chu-Young on loan until the summer..

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