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    Daily Star:
    Furious Sir Alex Ferguson faces an FA rap after an extraordinary attack on linesman Simon Beck. Also: Steven Gerrard admits Liverpool could struggle to hold on to Luis Suarez if they fail to make the Champions League this season.

    Daily Mirror:
    Sir Alex Ferguson is facing an FA charge for blasting a linesman. Also: Arsene Wenger admitted he is "concerned" for the first time that Arsenal could miss out on a top-four finish.

    The Guardian:
    Sir Alex Ferguson turned his fire on the assistant referee Simon Beck at White Hart Lane, questioning how he could not have awarded Manchester United a potentially decisive penalty, which he felt was costly when Tottenham Hotspur rallied to secure a 1-1 draw in injury time. Also: Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future could be decided this week.

    The Sun:
    Alex Ferguson is facing another FA rap for slating a linesman. Also: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger fears his 15-year Champions League run is about to come to an end.

    Daily Mail:
    Sir Alex Ferguson launched a stinging attack on linesman Simon Beck after Manchester United failed to hang on to a lead at Tottenham yesterday. Also: Arsene Wenger has confessed he fears Arsenal will miss out on the Champions League for the first time in 15 years.

    Daily Express:
    Sir Alex Ferguson launched his fury at the match officials after Manchester United conceded an injury-time goal in a 1-1 drawn at Tottenham that blows the title race wide open. Also: Arsene Wenger fears that Arsenal could miss out on the Champions League for the first time in 16 years.

    The Times:
    Sir Alex Ferguson risked being hit with a misconduct charge last night after strongly criticising the performance of an assistant referee in Manchester United's 1-1 draw away to Tottenham Hotspur. Also: Matt Le Tissier has criticised the decision by Nicola Cortese to dismiss Nigel Adkins as Southampton manager.

    The Independent:
    Sir Alex Ferguson risked a Football Association charge last night with an outspoken attack on linesman Simon Beck who he claimed would "no way" give decisions in Manchester United's favour. Also: Arsene Wenger admitted last night his "concern" over Arsenal's league position jeopardising their chances of Champions League qualification.

    Daily Telegraph:
    Sir Alex Ferguson could face a Football Association sanction after he blamed an assistant referee for failing to award a penalty in Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Tottenham. Also: Arsene Wenger accused Ramires of diving to win Chelsea's crucial first-half penalty yesterday.

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    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Jose Mourinho has sent text messages to Roman Abramovich to pave the way for a return to Chelsea. Also: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly believes Kevin Pietersen's lack of discipline when batting is the key to England's struggles in the subcontinent.

    THE SUN:
    Theo Walcott says Arsenal must stop doubting themselves or risk missing out on the Champions League next season. Also: Alex Ferguson has been ordered by the FA to explain his rant at linesman Simon Beck.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert will look for divine inspiration in the Capital One Cup - after getting into an unholy row with a vicar. Also: Theo Walcott has claimed Arsenal must show more belief and commitment if they want to catch bitter rivals Tottenham.

    DAILY MAIL:
    Nigel Adkins was handed a humiliating final snub by Southampton as he was airbrushed out of the match programme. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson faces a misconduct charge after the FA asked the Manchester United manager to explain comments he made about the linesman following Sunday's draw at Tottenham.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Manchester United are actively searching for an experienced and imposing goalkeeper to replace David de Gea at the end of the season because of a growing acceptance at Old Trafford that the Spaniard is unsuitable for the demands of English football. Also: Newcastle United's troubles are showing no signs of easing after Montpellier centre-back Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa did not arrive for a planned medical and skipper Fabricio Coloccini failed to resolve his future at a meeting with club officials.

    DAILY STAR:
    Jose Mourinho has been paving the way for a sensational return to Chelsea by regularly texting and phoning Blues owner Roman Abramovich. Also: Arsene Wenger held crisis talks with his Arsenal squad yesterday in a desperate attempt to save their season.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Paul Lambert, the Aston Villa manager, last night said that the Bradford City stadium announcer who told fans they could "book hotel rooms for London" after the 3-1 win they carry into tonight's Capital One Cup semi-final second leg had been "disrespectful" to his own team - and that the League Two side may have become carried away with their own success. Also: A goalless draw at home may seem a small step on the path to realising the "global ambitions" which led Southampton to sack Nigel Adkins after he had won successive promotions, but this was a better opening to the Mauricio Pochettino era than the scoreline suggests.

    THE GUARDIAN:
    Sir Alex Ferguson is confident of signing Wilfried Zaha for ?12m from Crystal Palace by the end of the week, with the aim of loaning the winger back to the Championship club for the remainder of the season. Also: Perhaps it was appropriate that, after an evening of such mild protest at the brutal sacking of Nigel Adkins, Southampton's night should fizzle out in a tame draw.

    THE TIMES:
    Sir Alex Ferguson is monitoring Victor Valdes' situation at Barcelona as the Manchester United manager weighs up a move for a new goalkeeper. Also: Theo Walcott has admitted that a lack of belief amongst Arsenal's players has contributed to defeats in their past two Barclays Premier League matches.


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    Ferguson will and should get a ban.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Amid tumultuous scenes last night, Bradford City of League Two deservedly reached the Capital One Cup final. By the end, their fans were chanting "ole" and singing about Wembley. Europe could also beckon for a team in the fourth tier of English football. Also: Roman Abramovich is "really pleased" with progress at Chelsea, according to the man hired to ensure the club the Russian has lavished with ?1billion do not drop out of the Champions League places as well as surrendering the European Cup.

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Bradford are at Wembley after piling on the agony for Paul Lambert and Aston Villa. Also: Michael Laudrup has turned up the heat on Chelsea by claiming that Rafa Benitez's big-money side "need a trophy more than Swansea".

    DAILY MAIL:
    Bradford City created history last night as they became the first team from the fourth tier to reach a major Wembley final. Also: Rafa Benitez's feud with Marco Materazzi yesterday took an extraordinary twist when the Chelsea coach accused the former Inter Milan defender of being 'a liar' 10 times during an amazing outburst.

    THE SUN:
    Ecstatic boss Phil Parkinson was in "dreamland" after Bradford became the first FOURTH-TIER team to reach a major Wembley final. Also: Arsenal will attempt to land Barcelona ace David Villa on the cheap - at the end of the transfer window; Rafa Benitez has branded World Cup winner Marco Materazzi a liar.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Bradford were in dreamland last night after making English football history by becoming the first fourth-tier team to reach a major Wembley final. Also: West Ham midfielder Mohamed Diame has 90 minutes to earn himself a transfer to Arsenal this month; Rafa Benitez has revealed Roman Abramovich is happy with the progress he is making at Chelsea.

    THE GUARDIAN:
    For Aston Villa, it will be remembered as one of the more harrowing nights of their history. For Bradford, 10th in League Two, bucket-collection skint a few years back and grateful still to be in business, it is difficult to imagine how they could possibly top this moment. Unless, that is, they go to Wembley and actually win the damn thing. Also: The 2012 Tour de France winner, Sir Bradley Wiggins, has changed tack again over whether he will set out to defend his title, claiming he is happy to work for his Sky team-mate Chris Froome in the race and make the Giro d'Italia his main focus.

    DAILY STAR:
    James Hanson was the hero as Bradford held their nerve to reach Wembley and leave Villa boss Paul Lambert's head on the block. Also: Rafa Benitez was last night accused of being a weak manager living in Jose Mourinho's shadow; Manchester United are weighing up a sensational swoop for Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina.

    THE TIMES:
    Rafael Benitez renewed hostilities with Sir Alex Ferguson last night by claiming it is "obvious" that the Manchester United manager is continuing to exert undue pressure on match officials. Also: What a story. What a fairytale. In the money-obsessed world of English football in the 21st century, Bradford City have managed to bridge the great divide yet again, brutally exposing Aston Villa's frailties last night to become the first team from the fourth tier to reach a League Cup final in more than half a century.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Bradford made history last night as they eliminated Aston Villa from the Capital One Cup to become the first team from the fourth tier to make the competition's final since 1962. Also: Novak Djokovic provided an engaging picture of himself after feeding the powerful and talented Tomas Berdych into the tennis equivalent of a shredding machine. It was of him sitting in an ice bath chatting amiably with the old favourite of the Australian Open crowd, Lleyton Hewitt, but if this was just a snapshot of his remarkable recovery from the five-hour, five-set win over the defiant Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka it came, as you might have expected, with another philosophical statement of the most formidable intent.

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    THE SUN:
    Eden Hazard was forced to issue a grovelling apology after seeing red in extraordinary circumstances when he KICKED a ballboy during Swansea's Capital One Cup defeat of Chelsea. Also: West Ham boss Sam Allardyce watched in horror as Dan Potts suffered a sickening injury in his team's crushing defeat...Aston Villa were so confident of beating Bradford they rejected a deal to split any Wembley profits with the League Two side.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Fabricio Coloccini is heading out of Newcastle United after he told officials he does not want to play another game for the club. Also: They have lost semi-finals at the death, with furious recriminations against referees; they have lost to dubious goals and they have been eliminated on penalties, but never have Chelsea tumbled out of the last four of a competition in quite such ignominious fashion.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Eden Hazard heaped shame on Chelsea after he was sent off for kicking a ball boy. Also: Arsene Wenger has been given the perfect excuse to put his cheque-book away until the summer. Wenger's close-season signings all came good at the Emirates - and that may be enough to persuade the Arsenal manager to believe his squad is good enough after all.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Chelsea's bid for Capital One Cup glory ended in shame last night when Eden Hazard was sent off for kicking a ball boy at the Liberty Stadium. Also: Arsene Wenger wanted a reaction from his Arsenal side and - oh boy - did he get it.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    It has taken over 100 years but, finally, Swansea City know what it is like to reach a major final. Also: When Arsenal click as they did for 12 whirlwind minutes at the beginning of the second half, it can feel as if all of their problems, the well-documented angst and the soul-searching, are nothing more than tricks of the imagination.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Chelsea's Eden Hazard was sent off after tussling with a ball boy at the Liberty Stadium last night as Swansea booked a trip to Wembley for the first major cup final in the club's history. Also: Paul Lambert will stay as Aston Villa manager even if his first season turns into a disaster and the club are relegated.

    DAILY STAR:
    Swansea kicked Chelsea out of the Capital One Cup last night as Eden Hazard was sent off for booting a ballboy. Also: Edin Dzeko has ruled out a move away from Manchester City either now or in the summer.

    THE TIMES:

    Chelsea were dumped out of the Capital One Cup amid disgraceful scenes at the Liberty Stadium last night after Eden Hazard was dismissed for kicking a ballboy. Also: Bradford City's players are eager for the future of Phil Parkinson to be secured as soon as possible after spending yesterday coming to terms with the fact that they are heading to Wembley in the Capital One Cup final.

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    DAILY MAIL
    Chelsea hope new TV camera angles will help Eden Hazard escape with a three-match ban after his fracas with Swansea ball boy Charlie Morgan - read more
    Also: Elite athletics will return to the Olympic Stadium on the first anniversary of the London Games, but Usain Bolt will not attend the party.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    Police were last night forced to launch new inquiries into the confrontation between Eden Hazard and a Swansea ballboy, with the Football Association also reviewing new video evidence before deciding whether to extend the Chelsea forward's ban.
    Also: Shaun Derry has accused some of his Queens Park Rangers team-mates of not working hard enough in their survival mission.

    DAILY EXPRESS
    Police have launched an investigation into Eden Hazard's controversial clash with a ball boy - and Chelsea desperately hope their star will escape more punishment.
    Also: Lewis Hamilton's bold Formula One switch was wrapped up inside a power struggle last night after Mercedes boss Ross Brawn insisted he is in control, but refused to commit himself to the team on a long-term basis.

    THE SUN
    Aston Villa star Matt Lowton has told how he was taught the dark arts of being a ballboy... by Neil Warnock.
    Also: The FA Cup final is returning to its traditional spot as the season-closing showpiece.

    DAILY MIRROR
    Chelsea and the Football Association are set to let Eden Hazard off the hook despite his ballboy kick that enraged football.
    Also: Fabricio Coloccini is ready to commit to Newcastle for the rest of the season - after they told him it would cost ?7million to quit the club.

    THE GUARDIAN
    The Football Association will continue to review video footage of Eden Hazard's clash with a ballboy late on in Wednesday's Capital One Cup semi-final at the Liberty Stadium with at least one camera angle appearing to show the Belgian making contact only with the ball rather than the grounded teenager.
    Also: Tottenham Hotspur are considering whether to meet Mohamed Diame's ?3.5m release clause at West Ham United and tempt the midfielder across London this month, with the club's chairman, Daniel Levy, coming to view the midfielder as an interesting investment.

    DAILY STAR
    Eden Hazard is set to escape without even a fine from Chelsea following his ballboy bust-up at Swansea.
    Also: Tottenham have stepped up their attempts to land Mohamed Diame. West Ham's highly-rated 24-year-old midfielder has a ?3.5m buyout clause in his contract and Andre Villas-Boas is ready to pounce.

    THE TIMES
    Manchester City's new director of football has given the first indication of the power he wields at the club by revealing that he wants to play a new formation next season and stipulate that new signings must be tailored to fit the system, the Times has learned.
    Also: The FA was considering last night whether to take the unusual step of demanding additional sanction for Eden Hazard or to allow him to escape with a three-match suspension for his altercation with a ballboy.

    THE INDEPENDENT
    Eden Hazard could still face a police investigation after the South Wales force revealed that they were following up three calls from members of the public in relation to the Chelsea winger's kick at a Swansea City ballboy on Wednesday.
    Also: Bradley Wiggins has rubbished Lance Armstrong's claim that he has not doped since 2005. Speaking for the first time about the Texan's confession to Oprah Winfrey last week, Wiggins accused Armstrong of being a "lying b******" over his suggestion that he rode his final two Tours de France clean.

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    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Andy Murray stands on the threshold of tennis history. Also: Eden Hazard was last night facing the prospect of a longer ban over his clash with a Swansea ball boy after he was charged with violent conduct by the FA.

    THE GUARDIAN:
    It took Andy Murray four hours to beat Roger Federer for the first time in a grand slam match, and, looking unusually dispirited afterwards, he admitted he would need a decent rest to recover from the fractious finish to his semi-final if he is to take the Australian Open title away from Novak Djokovic on Sunday. Also: Eden Hazard faces the prospect of a ban of more than three matches for his altercation with the Swansea City ballboy on Wednesday night to add to Rafael Benitez's worries about the strain on his Chelsea squad.

    DAILY STAR:
    Eden Hazard faces a FIVE-match ban for his ballboy bust-up. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson and Gary Neville are at loggerheads after the Manchester United boss branded critics of David De Gea "idiots"... Millwall face an FA probe after their FA Cup fourth round tie with Aston Villa was held up for five minutes at the Den last night when home fans threw bottles of water at linesman Mark Scholes.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Arsene Wenger will launch a final bid to buy West Ham midfielder Mohamed Diame this weekend. Also: Paul Lambert says Aston Villa's stars must put their bodies on the line for the club's cause after this latest dismal Cup exit.

    DAILY MAIL:
    Three people were arrested as Millwall's FA Cup fourth-round win over Aston Villa at the Den was marred by home fans pelting linesman Mark Scholes with bottles. Also: Eden Hazard has been hit with a misconduct charge after the FA decided a three-match ban was not a tough enough penalty for kicking Swansea ball boy Charlie Morgan.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Judging by his subdued post-match press conference here tonight you might have thought that Andy Murray had just lost to Roger Federer in the semi-finals of the Australian Open, but the Scot was all too aware that his biggest challenge is yet to come. Also: Being an Aston Villa supporter is not an easy pastime at the moment but given the week they have endured, they must have feared the worst from their trip to face Millwall.

    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson believes the FA are picking on him. Also: Rafa Benitez has told Roman Abramovich his Chelsea squad is not strong enough to compete on eight fronts... Harry Redknapp has launched an astonishing attack on the Swansea ballboy Charlie Morgan - calling him disgusting and an idiot.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Three days after bowing out of the Capital One Cup to Bradford City, Aston Villa's season of woe descended into total humiliation when they were knocked out of the FA Cup by Millwall. To lose to one lower-league team in a week may be regarded as a misfortune. To lose to two looks like carelessness at dealing with balls played in from the wide areas. Also: Ballboys at all England's professional clubs are being told to avoid time-wasting or other "inappropriate behaviour" by the Football Association as a result of the Eden Hazard affair, which resulted on Friday in the Chelsea midfielder being charged with misconduct.

    THE TIMES:
    Sir Alex Ferguson believes that he is being victimised by the Football Association because of his high profile at Manchester United. Also: Roger Federer, the epitome of the gentleman tennis player and favoured emblem of the All England Club, lost his temper with Andy Murray on Rod Laver Arena yesterday as his Australian Open hopes were blown away by the compelling character and sublime game of the British number one.

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    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Rafa Benitez has told owner Roman Abramovich that he wants to stay on as Chelsea manager. Also: Michael Carrick is in line for a fresh 12-month contract at Old Trafford when his ?80,000 a week deal ends this year.

    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    If the FA Cup needed a shot in the arm in its bid to recover former glories, it was provided by Luton Town thanks to an 80th-minute goal which the scorer later admitted he didn't even see reach the back of the net. Also: A furious and disbelieving Harry Redknapp surveyed the wreckage of QPR's FA Cup humiliation at the hands of MK Dons and slammed the big stars who failed him.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Harry Redknapp last night angrily vowed to wield the axe after his millionaire 'reserves' crashed out of the FA Cup in shame. Also: Brentford defender Tony Craig has admitted that he and his teammates could encourage ballboys to waste time today when they face Chelsea in their FA Cup fourth round tie.

    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    After the torment, the triumph. Luton Town, still reeling from three successive relegations and their infamous 30-point deduction in 2008, fashioned the greatest upset in the FA Cup for 24 years. Also: Wayne Rooney served notice of his readiness to reclaim the spotlight at Manchester United by orchestrating the dismantling of Fulham at Old Trafford.

    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Time never stands still in sport, and today's Australian Open final provides confirmation that there is a new headline act in men's tennis. Step aside Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, step forward Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. Also: Despite the fact he scored at Old Trafford with a muscular header, this is not a night Aaron Hughes would want to relive. He gave away the opening penalty, failed to close down Wayne Rooney for Manchester United's second and deflected Javier Hernandez's shot past his own keeper. All in all, not one for the grandchildren.

    THE OBSERVER:
    Luton Town, 85 places beneath their opponents in football's food chain, became the first non-league side for 24 years to knock top-tier opposition out of the FA Cup when they beat Norwich City 1-0. Sutton United were the last to achieve the feat, seeing off Coventry City 2-1 in 1989, and they were at home. Also: The list of humiliations suffered by Queens Park Rangers this season is so extensive that it is difficult to know precisely where this galling humiliation at the hands of MK Dons ranks, while at least Harry Redknapp could take solace that this was far from his strongest side.

    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Mario Balotelli was last night ready for a beat-the-deadline move from Manchester City. Also: David Moyes is emerging as a genuine candidate to become manager of Chelsea in the summer.

    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Luton Town became the first non-league side to knock a Premier League team out of the FA Cup when they won 1-0 at Norwich yesterday. Also: Andy Murray contests his third Grand Slam title in a row today.

    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson took the advice of two key people before signing Robin van Persie. Also: An open letter, allegedly signed by Fabricio Coloccini, has incensed the Toon Army.

    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Rafa Benitez has given Chelsea fans the news they've been dreading - he is desperate to land the Chelsea gig on a permanent basis. Also: Liverpool last night clinched the signing of Inter Milan midfield star Philippe Coutinho for ?8.7million.

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    THE SUN:
    Chelsea have made a sensational bid to re-sign Didier Drogba. Also: Reece Wabara and Matt Smith scored to send Liverpool crashing out of the FA Cup.

    DAILY MIRROR:
    Neil Warnock last night celebrated one of his greatest cup wins on his own with champagne and a bag of crisps. Also: Paul Dickov is facing the axe just hours after masterminding one of the greatest results in Oldham's history - a 3-2 cup defeat of Liverpool.

    DAILY MAIL:
    Oldham manager Paul Dickov masterminded one of the biggest FA Cup upsets of recent times by dumping Liverpool last night, and then was warned he could be sacked in the next 24 hours. Also: Manchester City fear they will be without captain Vincent Kompany for three weeks after the Belgian had a recurrence of a calf injury in Saturday's FA Cup win at Stoke.

    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Paul Dickov oversaw one of the biggest FA Cup upsets of recent years as League One Oldham dumped Liverpool out of the competition only to be warned he could be sacked within the next 24 hours. Also: Neil Warnock hailed his Leeds heroes after they dumped Tottenham out of the FA Cup yesterday - their third Premier League scalp this season.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Taking their cue from the rattling of Chelsea and the debunking of Tottenham Hotspur, Oldham Athletic placed a top hat on the day of the underdog. Also: The tears have flowed when Andy Murray has lost grand slam finals in the past, but the worst pains the Scot felt here last night were in his blistered right foot and his sore left hamstring.

    THE GUARDIAN:
    Oldham Athletic, hovering one point above the relegation zone in League One, produced their finest FA Cup moment since Joe Royle led the club to the semi-finals almost 20 years ago to humiliate Liverpool but it still may not be enough to keep their manager, Paul Dickov, in a job. Also: Defeat is no longer devastating for Andy Murray.

    DAILY STAR:
    Paul Dickov's reward for kicking Liverpool out of the FA Cup will be the sack. Also: Brentford yesterday accused FA Cup holders Chelsea of not trying hard enough and hating having them in their faces.

    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Andy Murray was not looking for sympathy after his third defeat in the final of the Australian Open, but he did admit that recovery time can be important in this ultra-physical era. Also: It should have been Paul Dickov's champagne moment, the highlight of his managerial career, but the Oldham Athletic manager's reward for knocking Liverpool out of the FA Cup is likely to be the sack today.

    THE TIMES:
    Paul Dickov is facing the sack as Oldham Athletic manager today despite knocking Liverpool out of the FA Cup, a victory that the chairman of the npower League One club described as "awkward" after refusing to give the former Manchester City forward assurances about his future. Also: Andy Murray refused to ponder any negatives as he departed from Australia after his third defeat in four years in the final of the year's opening grand-slam tournament.

 

 
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