Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Friedel to Chelsea FC? Beckham to Man Utd? Man City to sack Pellegrini?

Brad Friedel (credit: Stephen Pond/Getty Images)
The Sun: John Terry believes Chelsea have got him by the short and curlies as he fights for his future.

Also: The FA is under fire again after a busy day of disciplinary decisions.

And: Tim Sherwood has promised Aston Villa fans they will not face any more relegation battles — provided they survive this season.

Plus: Blunder ref Martin Atkinson should be hiding out at Butlin’s instead of taking charge of Southampton v Crystal Palace tonight.

Daily Mirror: Hull City boss Steve Bruce fears Robbie Brady's season could be over - after the winger fell down a hole in training!

Also: Alan Pardew claimed Sky Sports pundits are influencing the FA after Mile Jedinak was charged with violent conduct.

Daily Star: Brooklyn Beckham could be set to follow in his father's footsteps and play for Manchester United.

Also: Inter Milan have reiterated their desire to keep Mauro Icardi at the San Siro.

Daily Mail: John Terry is going to cause Chelsea a huge problem in the future and the cost to fix it will be enormous.

Also: The investigation into Malky Mackay and Iain Moody’s exchange of racist, sexist, homophobic and anti-Semitic messages has been extended after new information was passed to the Football Association.

Metro: Thorgan Hazard has revealed Chelsea have inserted a buy-back option in his contract with Borussia Monchengladbach – and he hopes to return to Stamford Bridge in the future.

Also: Mario Balotelli has apparently asked to start wearing Luis Suarez’s old Liverpool shin pads – in a bid to rediscover his goal scoring form.

And: Manchester United are apparently scouting Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez ahead of transfer at the end of the season.

Daily Telegraph: Brad Friedel and Robert Green are the shock names on the contingency plan Chelsea are drawing up for life without goalkeeper Petr Cech.

The Times: Howard Webb has staunchly defended the competence and professionalism of his former colleagues after a series of controversies that have sparked widespread criticism of England’s select group of referees.

Also: A Premier League footballer was ­arrested yesterday on suspicion of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. Adam Johnson, who plays for ­Sunderland, was taken into custody for questioning after being ­arrested at his six-bedroom home . He was later bailed.

The Guardian: Manuel Pellegrini has the final 12 matches of Manchester City’s season to save his job, with the manager needing to defend the Premier League title or win the Champions League, otherwise Pep Guardiola will be approached as his replacement.

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