What Saturday’s tabloids and broadsheets are saying:
DAILY MAIL: Sir Alex Ferguson has called on fans to stop their sick chants about Munich and Hillsborough when Liverpool and Manchester United clash at Anfield today, claiming the bitter rivals ‘need’ each other.
THE GUARDIAN: Sir Alex Ferguson has called on Manchester United and Liverpool supporters to put an end to the chanting that has marred previous fixtures. Also: Joe Cole hopes his move to Lille has reinvigorated his England hopes.
THE SUN: Arsene Wenger has ruled himself out of managing England - for good. Also: Wayne Rooney had not a care in the world yesterday as he appeared to shrug off his red-card nightmare.
DAILY STAR: Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign a 14-year-old wonderkid worth a staggering £2m. Also: Angry jockeys are threatening to go on strike on Monday in the increasingly bitter row over new whip rules.
DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Manchester United and Liverpool fans to stop their sick taunts. Also: Fabio Capello is desperate to appeal against Wayne Rooney’s Euro 2012 ban - but fears such a move could see it increased.
DAILY EXPRESS: Wayne Rooney is ready to take out his Euro frustration on Liverpool today. Also: David Moyes launched a withering attack on refereeing standards and claimed the Premier League’s image is being tarnished by match officials.
THE TIMES: Arsene Wenger dismissed suggestions yesterday that he might one day become England manager. Also: Harry Redknapp has given his clearest indication yet that David Beckham is unlikely to join a Tottenham squad he declared is the best he has ever worked with as a manager.
THE INDEPENDENT: Sven Goran Eriksson has said that English football is still “killing” Wayne Rooney. Also: Ryan Jones is aware that Wales must front up to break the French resistence.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: England manager Fabio Capello is keen to launch an appeal against Wayne Rooney`s ban. Also: Carlos Tevez will stay away from Manchester City`s match with Aston Villa today.