#TheFootballTalk: All the latest football stories today

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The Sun
  • David Moyes ignored Sir Alex Ferguson’s plea to keep his trusted backroom staff at Manchester United.
  • Luis Suarez was the daddy on his Premier League return – scoring twice for his new-born son.
  • Jose Mourinho is facing his first player rift since returning to Chelsea after banishing Kevin De Bruyne to the reserves.
  • Roberto Mancini is set for talks with Turkish giants Galatasaray.
  • Jose Mourinho insists John Terry’s future at Chelsea is still bright.
Daily Mirror
  • Liverpool’s SAS – Suarez and Sturridge – were called the top strike partnership in the country after they demolished Sunderland.
  • David Moyes admitted Manchester United have problems EVERYWHERE after they slumped to a second Premier League defeat in a row.
  • Chelsea’s fury over Fernando Torres’ red card at Tottenham is set to explode today with the striker facing a four-match ban.
  • West Brom are poised to make the loan of Marseille winger Morgan Amalfitano permanent.
  • Jay Simpson has turned his back on the Championship for a move to Thai side Buriram United.
  • QPR boss Harry Redknapp is closing in on signing defender Marius Zaliukas on a free transfer.
  • Wolves boss Kenny Jackett is about to swoop for Millwall winger James Henry in a £250,000 deal.
Daily Mail
  • Brendan Rogers hailed Liverpool’s SAS partnership as the Barclays Premier League’s ultimate strike force as Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge tore Sunderland to shreds.
  • Fernando Torres is staring at a four-match ban for gouging and scratching Jan Vertonghen’s face in a development sure to enrage Chelsea and their manager Jose Mourinho.
  • Martin Jol conceded he does not know whether he has the support of Fulham owner Shahid Khan as he fights to save his job as manager.
  • West Brom are working on a lucrative new deal for Saido Berahino after his winner against Manchester United.
  • Roberto Mancini last night flew to Istanbul to complete negotiations on a three-year deal with Galatasaray worth £5million-a-year plus bonuses.
  • Steve McClaren is the favourite to become Derby’s new boss following Nigel Clough’s shock sacking.
Daily Star

  • Andros Townsend has sensationally confessed he DID dive against Chelsea on Saturday.
  • David De Gea is still homesick – more than two years after joining Manchester United.
Daily Express
  • Worried David Moyes has made the admission that every part of his Manchester United team is giving him a headache.
  • Former England boss Steve McClaren is set for a return to Derby after Nigel Clough’s shock sacking.


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    1. Not your fault niga if not for that david moyes who where supose to be a cricket coach instead of being coaching footballers and that bastard Rio who left his chance for opposite 2 make use of it

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