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Daily Mirror

  • Paolo Di Canio’s departure from Sunderland came after a bust-up with two senior players.
  • David Moyes tore into his Manchester United flops over their 4-1 derby-day humiliation at the hands of arch-rivals City.
  • David Flitcroft is in a fight to keep his job – after only 36 games as Barnsley manager.
  • Bolton chairman Phil Gartside will back manager Dougie Freedman – despite being rooted to the bottom of the Championship.
The Sun

  • Paolo Di Canio was sacked as Sunderland boss after just 175 days following an astonishing player rebellion.
  • David Moyes blasted his Manchester United players after a 4-1 derby defeat to City made it the Red Devils’ worst start to a season in nine years.
  • Juan Mata will be thrown a Chelsea lifeline in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday when he will play at Swindon Town, along with David Luiz, after both were axed for Saturday’s win over Fulham.
  • Brighton have joined QPR in the battle to sign 20-year-old Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
  • Out-of-favour Nottingham Forest striker Ishmael Miller, 26, is heading for the exit door at the City Ground.
Daily Star

  • David Moyes ripped into his Manchester United flops and gave them his version of the Fergie ‘hairdryer’ treatment after their 4-1 derby drubbing.
  • Paolo Di Canio was sacked as Sunderland boss after failing to win a league game since April 20.
Daily Mail

  • David Moyes gave Manchester United’s shocked players the ‘hairdryer’ treatment for the first time since he became manager after a 4-1 derby loss to City on Sunday.
  • Paolo Di Canio’s tumultuous reign as Sunderland manager came to an abrupt end last night after his players turned on him during a furious training-ground bust-up.
  • Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed that there is no recall clause in striker Romelu Lukaku’s loan deal at Everton.
Daily Express

  • Furious David Moyes accused his Manchester United stars of bottling it as they crashed to a shattering derby defeat.
  • Paolo Di Canio became the first managerial casualty of the new Premier League season as he was sacked last night after just 12 games in charge .
  • Udinese are looking to beat Manchester United to the signing of 17-year-old Deportivo Brasil youngster Bruno Gomes.
Daily Telegraph

  • David Moyes unleashed his anger on his Manchester United players following the 4-1 defeat at Manchester City which confirmed the club’s worst start to a season in almost a decade.
  • Paolo Di Canio has become the first Premier League manager to be sacked this season following a furious row with senior players during an inquest into Sunderland’s 3-0 defeat at West Bromwich Albion.
The Times

  • Paolo Di Canio became the first managerial casualty of the Premier League season last night as his turbulent tenure at Sunderland ended with the Wearside club bottom of the table.
  • David Moyes read the riot act to his Manchester United players yesterday after an embarrassing 4-1 defeat at the Etihad stadium consigned the Premier League champions to their worst start to a season for nine years.
The Guardian

  • David Moyes admitted Manchester United were second best and that he had let his players know they were not “bang at it” following yesterday’s rout.
  • Paolo Di Canio was sacked by Sunderland last night after his much vaunted “revolution” yielded only one point from the season’s opening five fixtures.
Independent

  • Paolo Di Canio became the first Premier League manager to lose his job this season last night when Sunderland dramatically called time on the gamble of his appointment.
  • David Moyes signalled that he had delivered the first “hairdryer” of his tenure as Manchester United manager, after admitting his players had lacked any intensity and conviction in the punishing 4-1 derby defeat yesterday which consigned them to their worst start to a Premier League season in almost a decade.
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