Sabtu, 04 Februari 2012

The top stories from papers and websites - 4 February 2012

Daily Star

  • Fabio Capello WILL take John Terry to Euro 2012 - despite the defender being axed as England captain.

  • Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has held clear-the-air talks with chairman Steve Morgan over his dressing-room rant at the players.

  • Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas insists Jose Mourinho will haunt every top Premier League manager.

  • Marvin Sordell claimed it took him a matter of seconds to ditch a move to Cardiff in favour of joining Bolton.

  • David Stockdale will discover on Saturday whether he needs to land a loan move away from Fulham to boost his Euro 2012 hopes.

Daily Mirror

  • Fabio Capello's relationship with his FA bosses is in chaos after John Terry was stripped of the England captaincy.

  • Sir Alex Ferguson has backed David De Gea ahead of Manchester United's showdown at Chelsea, confident the goalkeeper will cut out his mistakes.

  • Barcelona have stepped up their interest in Tottenham's Gareth Bale after sending scouts to watch him seven times this season.

  • Stoke have joined the chase for Birmingham Nathan Redmond, who is also wanted by Manchester City.

  • Andrey Arshavin can quit Arsenal this month.

  • Real Madrid knocked back a bid from Chelsea for Gonzalo Higuain.

Daily Express

  • John Terry will consider quitting the England team, with the FA decision to remove him as captain also leaving Fabio Capello furious and feeling undermined.

The Sun

  • Fuming Fabio Capello has vowed to pick John Terry for Euro 2012 - despite fears it will split England's dressing room.

  • Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas admits he is haunted by the ghost of Jose Mourinho.

  • Neil Redfearn is the Leeds players' choice to take over as the club's new manager.

  • Arsenal will put Montpellier striker Olivier Giroud high on their summer hitlist.

  • Leeds players want caretaker boss Neil Redfearn to replace axed manager Simon Grayson on a permanent basis.

Daily Mail

  • John Terry was stripped of the England captaincy for the second time on Friday and a number of team-mates believe he should not be picked by Fabio Capello while allegations of racism persist.

  • Spartak Moscow are ready to offer around £4.2million for Everton's Johnny Heitinga.

  • Anzhi Makhachkala remain hopeful of signing Carlos Tevez, although the Manchester City striker is weighing up his options.

  • Benfica, Arsenal and Manchester United all want Argentinian midfielder Claudio Yacob.

  • Ezekiel Fryers has turned down a new Manchester United contract sparking fears he may leave the club.

  • Spurs outcast Heurelho Gomes rejected a deadline day move to CSKA Moscow.

  • Manchester United keeper Tomasz Kuszczask will leave on a free in the summer.

The Guardian

  • The Football Association's decision to remove the England captaincy from John Terry has left him contemplating whether to quit international football in protest and comes at a time when he is facing a potential mutiny within Fabio Capello's squad.

Daily Telegraph

  • Fabio Capello has been left "furious" after he was not consulted over the decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy on Friday.

  • Andre Villas-Boas admits that Chelsea have not progressed since September but that they will challenge for the title next season.

The Times

  • Fabio Capello has urged John Terry not to retire from international football despite the potential for a split in the dressing room if he continues to play for England.

  • Andre Villas-Boas has praised John Terry as a man of "great personal convictions" after confirming that he will remain captain of Chelsea.

Daily Record

  • Neil Lennon says years of financial failings had forced Rangers to sell Nikica Jelavic to Everton and weaken their title bid.

  • Ally McCoist has backed Nikica Jelavic's claim that the striker did NOT tell him he wanted to leave Rangers.

  • Hearts boss Paul Sergio has demanded a showdown summit with Jambos owner Vladimir Romanov over his Tynecastle future. 


  • Aston Villa striker Darren Bent has laughed off rumours of a move to Liverpool.

  • Spartak Moscow want Everton defender Johnny Heitinga.

  • Tottenham target Ganso says he is happy to stay with Santos.

Inside Futbol

  • Liverpool are looking at Atletico Madrid defenders Diego Godin and Alvaro Dominguez .

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