Football Papers : All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening (05/11/15)

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Andros Townsend has been ordered to train with Tottenham’s Under-21 squad until further notice, and told he will not be considered for Sunday’s north London derby.

Neil Warnock will be QPR manager until at least the end of the season, if he impresses this month.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City are NOT interested in a loan move for Andrea Pirlo. Sources at the Etihad have dismissed suggestions that Manuel Pellegrini could move for the veteran Italian in January.

Manchester United were told by their manager to ignore the booing at Old Trafford as they went in search of a win against CSKA Moscow.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Jurgen Klopp is convinced that no major rebuilding job is required to bring success to Liverpool.

Tim Howard has revealed his “love” of playing under Roberto Martinez, but admits being unsure if he will reach another significant landmark in his Everton career after celebrating his 400th appearance.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Ivan Toney is wanted by two clubs on loan after impressing for Newcastle Under-21s.
Sam Allardyce has taken his first look at highly-rated Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford, who is on loan at Preston.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner was in Birmingham on Thursday to show his support for new manager Remi Garde.

EXPRESS & STAR

Benik Afobe has been backed to rediscover his goalscoring form – as fans rounded on Kenny Jackett after another Wolves defeat.

THE SENTINEL

Newly-engaged Erik Pieters says a settled personal life is helping him to discover his best form in a Stoke shirt.

Stoke have signed Danish teenager Lasse Sorensen and he will link up with the club in January.

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LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer has been boosted by the return of Fode Koita after being left frustrated in his loan search.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri admits he has been “surprised and impressed” by the outstanding form of midfielder Danny Drinkwater.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

QPR could pave the way for Ian Holloway to return to the club that sacked him nine years ago.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Derby full-back Craig Forsyth has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and is likely to be out for the season. The left-back picked up the injury in Tuesday’s victory over Queens Park Rangers.

THE PINK UN

Gary Hooper needs more time to get to know his new team-mates, according to Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal.

Work to improve the facilities of Norwich City’s training centre at Colney are being stepped up, as the Canaries continue to invest in their youth system.

GAZETTE LIVE

Stewart Downing admitted he was disappointed not to start for Middlesbrough in their 3-1 win against Wolves, but has stressed that he is happy at the club

WALES ONLINE

Former Cardiff striker Jay Bothroyd has urged the Bluebirds to follow Swansea’s successful lead by appointing a young manager who will insist upon exciting football, suggesting Craig Bellamy for the role.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Bolton’s situation has taken another sinister turn after manager Neil Lennon insisted he was unaware of the reasons behind severe spending limitations placed on him in the transfer market.

WIGAN TODAY

Wigan striker Craig Davies insists the Latics striking ranks remains as strong and competitive as ever, despite the loan exit of Grant Holt.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool Supporters Trust has revealed it is “actively seeking” new owners for the Seasiders after its own bid to take control of the club was rejected.

IPSWICH STAR

He may be playing out of position at the moment, but Ipswich forward Freddie Sears insists he’s still enjoying his football and will do anything to help the Blues’ rise up the Championship table.

THE STAR

Sheffield United manager Nigel Adkins has leapt to striker Che Adams’ defence, refuting claims the youngster is gaining a reputation for simulation.

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