Football Papers : All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Harry Kane insists Tottenham still have the energy to win the title and is confident they can overcome Arsenal on Saturday.

Roman Abramovich has told Chelsea’s players that Antonio Conte will be their new manager, according to reports in Italy.

Alexis Sanchez has offered a brutal assessment of Arsenal’s collective belief in their ability to win the title, warning his team-mates they do not step on to the field with enough confidence.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Wilfried Bony refused to accept that the effort Manchester City put into winning the League Cup final led to their Anfield surrender.

Edwin van der Sar believes Louis van Gaal is still capable of guiding Manchester United to a successful season

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Jordan Henderson admits Liverpool “channeled” their League Cup final anger as they swept aside Manchester City at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp saluted Jon Flanagan’s memorable comeback against Manchester City – but admits Liverpool will have to tread easy with the full-back.

Everton captain Phil Jagielka believes the club’s days of “wheeling and dealing” are over now a billionaire is on board – but he doesn’t expect the Blues to go mad in the transfer window.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Rob Elliot says it is the responsibility of Newcastle United ‘s players to ignite the atmosphere at St James’ Park this weekend against Bournemouth.

Sunderland have agreed a deal to sign Emmanuel Eboue until the end of the season, according to sources.

EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has rejected the notion he uses ‘scare tactics’ to motivate his players.

THE DAILY ECHO

Southampton are sweating on the extent of Charlie Austin’s THIRD hamstring injury of the season.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Mo Diame is determined to fire Hull City to promotion out of the Championship to repay the faith shown in him during an injury-hit spell at the KC.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Paul Lambert has insisted he can turn Blackburn Rovers into promotion challengers if the club decides to “go for it” in the summer.

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LEICESTER MERCURY

Riyad Mahrez has admitted he thought Leicester City were actually Leicester Tigers before he joined them two years ago.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Francesco Guidolin offered Alan Curtis congratulations from his hospital bed as Swansea City celebrated a sensational victory at Arsenal.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham full-back Aaron Cresswell said that manager Slaven Bilic got his tactics spot on as the Hammers beat Tottenham 1-0 on Wednesday night.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Gabriele Angella says he’s happy at QPR despite his lack of starts – and admits he has no idea where he will be playing next season.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United have denied that midfielder Lewis Cook has a release clause in his contract allowing him to leave for £5m this summer.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Isak Ssewankambo is looking forward to a fresh start in Norway after things did not work out for him the way he had hoped at Derby County.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Matty Cash has announced he has signed a new deal with Nottingham Forest.

WALES ONLINE

Francesco Guidolin will be back to lead Swansea City in their crunch relegation battle against Norwich having missed their shock safety-boosting win over Arsenal with a lung infection.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool have signed Newcastle youngster Liam Smith on loan until the end of the season.
READING POST

Ola John would be happy to sign for Reading FC on a permanent basis this summer.

THE ARGUS

Brighton boss Chris Hughton admits he is spoilt for choice for the last 12 games of the promotion push.

THE STAR

Full-back Joe Bennett has called on officials to give Sheffield Wednesday top-scorer Fernando Forestieri more protection.

EVENING TIMES

Ronny Deila has admitted that Sunday’s Scottish Cup clash against Morton carries huge significance for his own position after Celtic were held to a 0-0 draw against Dundee last night.

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