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DAILY STAR: Paolo Di Canio yesterday denied he is a fascist or a racist as his "black pal" Trevor Sinclair

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    DAILY STAR:
    Paolo Di Canio yesterday denied he is a fascist or a racist as his "black pal" Trevor Sinclair exclusively told the Daily Star: "He's as mad as a hatter." Also: Tottenham want £15m Aston Villa ace Christian Benteke... Nemanja Vidic has told Manchester United's beaten Premier League rivals - show us more respect.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    After almost three days of controversy and confusion, Paolo Di Canio was finally forced into distancing himself from fascism yesterday. Also: The Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has been sentenced to 250 hours of community service and a six-month driving ban after pleading guilty at Macclesfield magistrates court to driving while disqualified and without insurance.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio finally bowed to public pressure last night and issued a statement denying he was a fascist. Also: Carlos Tevez escaped jail yesterday when he was given 250 hours of community service, banned from driving for six months and ordered to pay £1,145 in court costs and fines after admitting motoring offences.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Paolo Di Canio was forced to issue a statement yesterday afternoon declaring he does not support the ideology of fascism following intense criticism since his appointment as the new manager of Sunderland on Sunday. Also: It was more Easy Street than the Road To Wembley last night for Jose Mourinho as his Real Madrid side put their passage into the Champions League semi-finals almost beyond doubt with a resounding first-leg victory.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Paolo Di Canio last night sought to end the controversy over his political beliefs by claiming: "I do not support the ideology of fascism." Also: Vincent Kompany's fractious relationship with the Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini will be tested by summer interest from the elite of the Champions League.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Rafa Benitez has issued a defiant "come and get me" plea to Premier League clubs after revealing he wants to stay in English football. Also: Tottenham's hopes of clinching a Champions League spot have been hit after striker Jermain Defoe was ruled out for three weeks - because he practised shooting too much.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Neil Warnock was branded bitter after saying he wanted Mark Hughes to succeed him at Leeds so he could "destroy" another of his sides. Also: Paolo Di Canio did a U-turn yesterday and declared: "I do not support the ideology of fascism."


    THE SUN:
    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has urged Wayne Rooney to join him and David Beckham at Paris St Germain. Also: Rafa Benitez has stunned Chelsea fans by insisting their team is better now than when he took over in November.


    THE TIMES:
    Jonjo O'Neill, the trainer who suffered heartbreak on two accounts in the John Smith's Grand National last year, offered a fervent defence of the imperilled race yesterday. Also: In a season undermined by intrigue and infighting, Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho have rarely enjoyed nights such as this when everything goes to plan and all seems right with their world.

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    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Fernando Torres scored two goals for the first time since December last night as Chelsea swept aside Rubin Kazan to put one foot in the Europa League semi-final. Also: Harry Redknapp has insisted he will stick with Queens Park Rangers even if they are relegated from the Premier League.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to send Andy Carroll back to Newcastle - in a swap deal with Hatem Ben Arfa. Also: Papiss Cisse grabbed an away goal and hit the post twice, but Newcastle left Lisbon with only a slim chance of reaching the semi-finals.


    DAILY STAR:
    Swindon youth team boss Paul Bodin is considering legal action over the way he was treated by Paolo Di Canio. Also: Newcastle's Europa League hopes are hanging by a thread after crashing to defeat against Benfica in their quarter-final first leg.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Yaya Toure has vowed to lead another assault on the Barclays Premier League next season after committing his future to Manchester City with a new four-year contract. Also: Tottenham were given a huge scare last night as Gareth Bale was carried off on a stretcher with what looked like a serious ankle injury.

    The Sun: Tottenham fear their season could implode after star man Gareth Bale suffered a horror injury. Also: Yaya Toure last night signed a new four-year deal at Manchester City.

    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Katie Walsh has her heart set on making history tomorrow, by becoming the first woman to win the Grand National, but even that breakthrough would not console her for the distress she experienced over the fences yesterday. Also: Joey Barton has been summoned by the French Football Federation's ethics committee after the Marseille midfielder called Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva an ''overweight ladyboy'' on Twitter.


    THE TIMES:
    On a night of mixed fortunes for the English representatives in the Europa League, Tottenham Hotspur came back from two goals down at home to Basle to keep alive Andre Villas-Boas' hopes of lifting a trophy in his first season at the club. Also: Yaya Toure has signed a new four-year contract with Manchester City, ending doubts about his future.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Drama has come as standard in Tottenham Hotspur's Europa League adventure. Also: Aintree Racecourse endured a miserable opening to its Grand National meeting when Battlefront, a competitor in the Fox Hunter's Chase over the the Grand National obstacles, died from a suspected heart attack after being pulled up before the 15th fence.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Paolo Di Canio's hands-on approach on the training ground has been welcomed by Sunderland's players who say they have been galvanised by the Italian's arrival and have no issues with allegations of his past fascist sympathies. Also: Chelsea head to Moscow next week with a deserved and decent Europa League quarter-final, first leg lead.


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    Daily Express:
    Katie Walsh will ride out the nation's favourite today with £15 million placed on her to become the first woman jockey to win the Grand National. Also: Nigel Adkins has accused his successor Mauricio Pochettino of showing him a lack of respect ahead of today's relegation clash between Reading and Southampton.


    Daily Mirror:
    Jose Mourinho will demand £12 million a year to take the Chelsea job - and wants Frank Lampard to stay. Also: Roll up for the 'National lottery' - the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree today is the most open for 49 years.


    Daily Star:
    Football League clubs have declared war on the Premier League after accusing them of trying to kill off the English game. Also: Chelsea's Mr Nice is learning how to turn nasty - after getting bullied by his team-mates in training.


    Daily Mail:
    Fernando Torres last night vowed to "never, ever give up" in his effort to recapture the goal touch which once made him the world's deadliest striker. Also: A second horse fatality at Aintree last night intensified the focus on this afternoon's Grand National.


    The Sun:
    Fernando Torres last night vowed to stay at Chelsea until at least 2016. Also: Katie Walsh today bids to become the first woman jockey to win the Grand National.


    The Independent:
    Thirty giant leaps for a horse, one grand step for womankind. Such are the terms of emancipation available today to Katie Walsh - on behalf not only of her own sex, but also of a sport aggrieved both by its own luck and the judgement of others. For any one rider, male or female, the stakes seem so exorbitant as to introduce a crazily messianic quality to proceedings at Aintree today. Because Walsh must feel she is no longer merely trying to win a horserace, but to preserve a way of life. Also: Harry Redknapp, the Queen's Park Rangers manager, said last night that political criticisms of the appointment of Paolo Di Canio as Sunderland head coach were rooted in double standards.


    The Times:
    Harry Redknapp was thinking about miracles yesterday. Oddly, for a man who has built much of his mystique on his ability to purvey them, the Queens Park Rangers manager was not invoking them , or seeking to channel his inner Errol Brown and state his belief in them, but dismissing them altogether. Also: Nigel Adkins answer should not, perhaps, have come as a surprise. The Reading manager had been asked whether the style of the Southampton side that will visit the Madejski Stadium this lunchtime was substantially different to that which he inculated in his players beforeunceremonious his uncremonious dismissal from St Mary's Stadium three months ago.


    The Guardian:
    Aintree racecourse will stage the Grand National on Saturday under unprecedented scrutiny after the Topham Chase over the same course on Friday resulted in the death of one horse and was the subject of two false starts. Also: Paolo Di Canio has been praised by John Terry ahead of the Italian's first game in charge of Sunderland, with the Chelsea captain convinced the Wearsiders' controversial choice as manager will inject the necessary passion and urgency to haul his new club away from the relegation zone.


    Daily Telegraph:
    In the rare moments she has to idle a little, Katie Walsh permits herself to picture what it would be like to be the first woman to ride the winner of the Grand National. Also: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has explained the financial and footballing reasons that remain an obstacle to Andy Carroll earning a fresh start at Anfield next season.

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    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho is urging Chelsea to seek a deal for his return - or risk missing out. Also: Roberto Mancini will congratulate Alex Ferguson on a record 20th title if Manchester City lose tomorrow.


    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Joe Hart faces FA Cup heartbreak against Chelsea next Sunday. Also: Roberto Mancini made a secret visit to Abu Dhabi last week.


    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Paolo Di Canio has a clause in his contract that allows Sunderland owner Ellis Short to sack him if the Black Cats are relegated from the Premier League. Also: West Ham will have to pay Liverpool £1million if they beat the drop as part of Andy Carroll's loan deal.


    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Barcelona are preparing to launch a big-money summer move for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany - as Roberto Mancini declares he needs to go on a major spending spree to close the gap on rivals Manchester United.


    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Auroras Encore, a 66-1 chance, won the Grand National at Aintree yesterday and rescued a race that seemed in danger of falling into disrepute. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Manchester United's rivals that his squad are good enough to dominate the Premier League for another eight years.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The Grand National toasted a much-needed happy ending last night after Auroras Europe galloped to a shock win at Aintree. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson says his current Manchester United team can dominate the Premier League for years, but believes Chelsea will pose a serious threat next season if they appoint Jose Mourinho as manager.


    THE OBSERVER:
    Ryan Mania, who dreamed of becoming a rugby player as a child in the Scottish borders, won the Grand National at the first attempt on the 66-1 outsider, Auroras Encore. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson is convinced that the current crop of young Manchester United players can become the dominant Premier League force in the coming seasons and has warned his rivals that the Old Trafford club are "not going away".


    STAR ON SUNDAY:
    Roberto Mancini's days as Man City coach will be numbered if his side loses badly in tomorrow's derby at Old Trafford. Also: Chelsea's chances of reappointing Jose Mourinho are threatened by PSG.


    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Sunderland can axe controversial new boss Paolo Di Canio at the end of the season if their seven-game gamble ends in relegation. Also: Aintree was gripped by Ryan Mania yesterday after the Scot powered 66-1 outsider Auroras Encore to victory in the John Smith's Grand National.


    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Paolo Di Canio has wasted no time in stamping his authority on the Sunderland players by imposing a new hardline regime that includes fewer days off and fines for drinking alcohol. Also: Back in 1971, Harvey Smith earned fame of sorts after making a V-sign to the judges at a Derby. Yesterday, with those Hickstead days as a top-flight showjumper only a memory, he gained notoriety in another sport as rank outsider Auroras Encore, trained at his stables high on the Yorkshire Moors, took the 166th Grand National.

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    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson turned up the heat before tonight's derby clash by taunting Manchester City over Robin van Persie. Also: Paolo Di Canio admits his Sunderland players are not fit enough after defeat at Chelsea left them nearer the drop.


    THE TIMES:
    Harry Redknapp insists that the last-minute Wigan Athletic equaliser that cost his Queens Park Rangers side victory in their crucial relegation battle yesterday was the most dejecting experience not just of this season but his 45-year football career. Also: At the third time of asking Jonny Wilkinson reached a Heineken Cup semi-final when he guided Toulon through a brutal last-eight meeting with Leicester.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The hope drained out of QPR last night, spilling away through the cut inflicted by Shaun Maloney 36 seconds into the fourth and final minute of added time at Loftus Road yesterday. Also: Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, is frustrated by the "poor mentality" of many Premier League sides whose fear of facing Manchester United has allowed Sir Alex Ferguson's side to establish a 15-point lead in the Premier League.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Paolo Di Canio last night criticised the fitness levels of the Sunderland players he has inherited from Martin O'Neill following a 2-1 defeat at Chelsea that left them perilously close to the relegation zone. Also: Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania was last night having tests on back and neck injuries after a horror fall at Hexham.


    DAILY STAR:
    Andre Villas-Boas insists Spurs are not haunted by their previous Champions League disasters after seeing his side slip up yesterday. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed how losing last season's Premier League title sent shockwaves through Manchester United.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Roberto Mancini has accused the rest of the Premier League of rolling over and handing Manchester United a 20th league title. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has taunted Manchester City by saying there was no way they could have kept pace in this season's title race.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Ryan Mania, who realised the greatest ambition of every jump jockey when he won the Grand National at Aintree on Auroras Encore on Saturday, said he was fine and expects to return home today after being airlifted to hospital yesterday afternoon after suffering suspected neck and back injuries in a fall at Hexham. Also: James Ward, the son of a London cab driver, and Dan Evans, a working-class rebel who is often a law unto himself, played inspired tennis on the final day of an enthralling Davis Cup tie against Russia in Coventry to give Great Britain an excellent chance of returning to the World Group for the first time in five years.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Paolo Di Canio insisted last night that he was not "the same person as 10 years ago" as the furore over his political views refused to subside after his first match in charge of Sunderland. Also: Roberto Mancini's position as Manchester City manager will be reviewed at the end of the season, even if the club win the FA Cup.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Harry Redknapp has called Shaun Maloney's injury-time equaliser for Wigan "his worst moment in football". Also: Roberto Mancini believes teams are so scared of Manchester United they are beaten before they start.

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    Sergio Aguero came off the bench for Manchester City to score a wonder goal last night and delay Manchester United's coronation as champions.
    Harry Redknapp's relegation-threatened QPR side is facing a massive end-of-season clear-out.
    Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic is a £4million summer target for Fulham.
    Liverpool and Marseille will battle it out for Sporting Lisbon winger Diego Capel.
    Roberto Martinez is lining up a summer deal for Deportivo striker Riki - as long as Wigan keep their place in the Premier League.
    Millwall are in advanced talks with Chris Taylor over a two-year contract.

    Manchester City last night staged a late surge in the title race.
    West Ham could swoop for Loic Remy if QPR go down.
    Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic is a £4million summer target for Fulham - which could end Mark Schwarzer's hopes of a new deal.

    Christian Benteke will start talks this week on a new double-your-money contract that will keep him at Aston Villa - provided they stay in the Premier League.
    Nikica Jelavic could be forced to consider his future at Everton after growing frustrated by a lack of starts.
    Blackburn chiefs held an urgent summit in India yesterday as their relegation-haunted season lurched deeper into crisis.

    Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel admits he hates the Europa League.

    Ajax defender Toby Alderweireld has spoken of his desire to join Liverpool if he leaves the Dutch champions in the summer.

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    THE TIMES:
    Football's authorities are determined to resist growing pressure, both from inside and outside the sport, to hold a minute's silence for Baroness Thatcher before this week's fixtures. Also: Rafael Benitez risked being subjected to more criticism from Chelsea fans last night by raising the prospect of returning to Liverpool.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Former FA chief executive Graham Kelly is leading calls to mark Baroness Thatcher's death with a minute's silence at Barclays Premier League and FA Cup games this weekend. Also: He cried when he won his first tournament. He wept when he won the Masters. So, perhaps the only surprise about defending champion Bubba Watson breaking down in tears at his press conference yesterday was that it took him 10 questions to lose it.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Rafa Benitez claims he will one day return to Liverpool as manager. Also: Michael Laudrup will try to bring Romelu Lukaku to Swansea, using European football as a lure.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Tiger Woods, who did a passable impersonation of King Lear on this course last year, now talks of the "beautiful juggling act" of golf, love and parenthood. Also: James Milner claims Manchester City still have a chance of snatching the Premier League title from Manchester United's grasp after their derby victory on Monday.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    The golfing world may be hoping for a Sunday afternoon duel between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy but only one of the pair believes it is legitimate to brand the world No1 and No2 as immediate opponents. Also: The epic trials of Portsmouth football club after the ill-fated orgy of Premier League excess will culminate in a high court case starting today which will determine the value of the club's bare bones: Fratton Park itself.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Forget 15, the magic number n the eye of Tiger Woods is 19, and we are not talking about the Masters appearances the world No 1 clocks up this week. Also: As the Manchester City fans at Old Trafford waited on Monday night to be let out of the away end, the man in charge of the Tannoy turned up his collection of United songs louder and louder to try to drown out the triumphalism of the away support.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Luke Donald is relishing the prospect of locking horns with Masters favourite Tiger Woods tomorrow at Augusta - but has admitted he will be nervous on the first tee. Also: James Milner has warned Chelsea that Manchester City will go into Sunday's FA Cup semi-final on a high.


    DAILY STAR:
    Jose Mourinho has already drawn up a transfer shopping list for Chelsea - with striker Hulk at the top of it. Also: Demba Ba is set to ease Chelsea's injury worries by shaking off an ankle injury in time for Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City.

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    THE TIMES:
    The Premier League has increased the pressure on clubs to ratify its new financial regulations to combat the threat of a veto at today's shareholders meeting in London. Also: The 77th Masters gets under way at Augusta National today with 92 players competing for second place.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Manchester United have made it a three-way Premier League battle to sign Atletico Madrid's £50-million rated striker Radamel Falcao. Also: Danny Wilson was last night axed as Sheffield United boss - paving the way for Neil Warnock to make an emotional return.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sir Bobby Charlton fears England will not win the World Cup again as foreign players are blocking home-grown talent. Also: Rory McIlroy enjoyed a round with tennis star girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki yesterday in the traditional Masters curtain-raiser.


    THE SUN:
    Arsene Wenger is finally ready to break the bank to end Arsenal's eight-year trophy drought. Also: David Beckham's Euro dream is over.


    DAILY STAR:
    Steven Gerrard has told England's critics to back off. ALSO: Andre Villas-Boas will give his Tottenham players a four-day spring break in a bid to freshen up their quest for a Champions League spot.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Leo Messi came off the bench to play a key role as Barcelona edged into the semi-finals of the Champions League and maintained their hopes of winning a third European Cup at Wembley, helping to create the equaliser which sent the Catalans through on away goals. Also: Chelsea return to a sparsely populated Luzhniki Stadium this evening still scarred by memories of their traumatic Champions League final experience in this arena five years ago.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    There are quite a number of rituals going on here in the extraordinary re-creation of Tiger Woods. Also: As Tottenham Hotspur prepare to tackle unfavourable odds, they can take inspiration from the story of their captain's season. Michael Dawson could have joined Queen's Park Rangers last summer, but chose to stay at Tottenham and now has the chance to help the club into their first European semi-final for 29 years.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    "Tiger Woods is not back until he wins a major." That was the verdict from Sir Nick Faldo yesterday and it is essentially what lends this, the 77th Masters, significance. Also: Dan Ashworth, the man charged with ending England's failure on the international stage, fears it could take 15 years to challenge at a major tournament after Sir Bobby Charlton claimed it was a "fool's errand" to talk up prospects of World Cup success.


    DAILY MAIL:
    England's greatest player Sir Bobby Charlton has called on football to honour Baroness Thatcher after declaring that the former Prime Minister was 'sensational'. Also: Brian McDermott was locked in talks to succeed Neil Warnock as manager of Leeds United last night.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Sometimes the first days at Augusta National differ little from the early stage of that other National at Aintree. On the first circuit a few outsiders leap their way to the front in this sporting wonderland, while the favourites lurk behind - waiting and expecting. Also: The contrast with their previous competitive visit to Moscow could not have been more stark but the Chelsea players would probably still be happy if they never set foot inside the Luzhniki Stadium again.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    David Lynn was once on the books of Wigan and Stoke as a goalkeeper, which, theoretically at least, means he could have been contesting an FA Cup semi-final this weekend or playing against Manchester United. Oh well, he will just have to settle for a spell leading the Masters. Also: Rafael Benitez has told his Chelsea players he wants them to carry on showing the passion which allowed them to scrape into the semi-finals of Europe's secondary club competition last night.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Gary Neville fears England's chances of winning a trophy are being ruined by too many foreign players in the Premier League. Also: Journeyman David Lynn outshone golf's big names to move among the leaders in the first round of the Masters; Eduardo Salvio's 90th-minute goal broke Newcastle hearts last night as they crashed out of Europe.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Englishman David Lynn, who had a three-day party after finishing runner-up to Rory McIlroy in the USPGA Championship last summer, was the toast of Augusta last night after a brilliant Masters debut. Also: Chelsea were left as English football's only survivors in the Europa League last night after Tottenham crashed out on penalties and Newcastle failed to overturn Benfica's advantage.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Newcastle's brave run in the Europa League came to a halt last night as they went out to Benfica despite drawing the second leg of their quarter-final tie 1-1, losing 4-2 on aggregate. Also: Roy Hodgson has launched a thinly veiled attack on Rio Ferdinand for pulling out of England's last two World Cup qualifiers; English journeyman David Lynn could have been preparing for a Wembley FA Cup semi-final this weekend if his sporting dream had worked out - but instead he is hunting down a Green Jacket after making a flying start to the Masters.


    DAILY STAR:
    Papiss Cisse tried and failed to save Newcastle's Europa League dream last night. Also: Chelsea survived a defensive horror show and Frank Lampard and David Luiz having a full-scale row as they walked off at half-time before reaching today's Europa League semi-final draw; Antonio Valencia has admitted Manchester United are scared of blowing their title lead again this season.


    THE SUN:
    Alan Pardew admitted he was full of pride despite Newcastle's Europa League dream ending last night. Also: Roy Hodgson has torn into England's desert rats. The England boss slammed clubs who allow their players to use international breaks as sunshine holidays; David Lynn led an English assault on The Masters leaderboard.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    There could never be futility attached to leading the Masters after its opening round but mystery over what is to follow always provides the stronger fascination. As the former American golfer and broadcaster, Peter Jacobsen, famously put it: "The slums of Chicago are full of first-round leaders." Also: Rafael Benitez said he had no problems with the squabble that erupted between David Luiz and Frank Lampard as the teams departed at half-time, pointing to the tete-a-tete as recognition of a need to improve. Chelsea eventually forced their way into the Europa League semi-finals 5-4 on aggregate despite a sloppy 3-2 defeat by Rubin Kazan.


    THE TIMES:
    When David Lynn walked off the 9th green at Augusta National yesterday, he looked up at the leaderboard and shook his head in wonder. Also: Roy Hodgson released his frustration last night over the club-versus-country issues that he believes are undermining the national team.

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    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsene Wenger believes the Premier League is "in denial" if it believes it is the best in the world, as it was revealed England are in danger of losing a Champions League place. Also: Chinese wonder-boy Guan Tianlang became the first player in Masters history to be docked a shot for slow play at Augusta National yesterday.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    As if Augusta is not cruel enough when the winds are up and the pins are tight, Guan Tianlang, the 14-year-old, was left sweating on making the cut last night after becoming the first player in Masters history to be penalised a shot for slow play. Also: The Uruguay Football Association has accused its English counterpart of leading the "persecution" of Luis Suarez as the Liverpool striker faces a lengthy international ban.



    DAILY STAR:
    Roberto Mancini has taunted England boss Roy Hodgson after labelling Manchester City's post-season tour to America a "holiday". Also: John Terry and Frank Lampard are facing up to being left out of a Chelsea starting line-up in an FA Cup semi-final for the first time.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Heartless Augusta officials caused a storm last night when they slapped a one-stroke penalty on Chinese wonderkid Guan Tianlang for slow play. Also: It is not a war for Paolo Di Canio and his Sunderland players but he knows tomorrow's derby visit to St James' Park will be the first of six battles he must win to remain in the Barclays Premier League.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Roberto Mancini of talking "nonsense" with his claim that the Premier League's lesser teams show fear against Manchester United while giving everything against Manchester City. Also: On the eve of the Tyne-Wear derby, Paolo Di Canio has warned Newcastle United supporters that he will make Sunderland the north-east's biggest club after criticising previous managers at the Stadium of Light for wasteful spending.



    THE SUN:
    Premier League bosses have turned on Roy Hodgson over his "desert rat" rant. Also: Lukas Podolski fears for his Arsenal future after being frozen out of the first team.



    THE TIMES:
    Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal can take advantage of Tottenham Hotspur's blank weekend in the battle for Champions League qualification in the next week. Also: Tony Pulis is not surprised that Manchester United are considering making a bid for Asmir Begovic, 25, after the Bosnia Herzegovina goalkeeper's form for Stoke City this season.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Manchester United are adding as many as 24,000 fans on to crowd attendances compared with the actual number of people watching games at Old Trafford, according to police data. Also: The impact of the changing of the guard at Chelsea will properly hit home in tomorrow's FA Cup semi-final with the interim manager, Rafael Benitez, expected to leave John Terry and Frank Lampard out of his line-up to confront Manchester City.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson claims Manchester City and Chelsea are more interested in making money than looking after their players. Also: Roberto Mancini has admitted winning the FA Cup can salvage Manchester City's season and secure his job.


 
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