SATURDAY: What is football coming to?

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What today’s papers are saying about a bullett in the post for Anton Ferdinand:

Daily Mail:

Anton Ferdinand was last night agonising over whether to play in today’s FA Cup tie against Chelsea after receiving a death threat and gun ammunition in the post. Also: Arsenal fear Jack Wilshere will miss the rest of the season after suffering a setback in his return from an ankle injury.

Daily Express:

Anton Ferdinand has been sent a bullet in the post and a chilling death threat ahead of today’s explosive FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea. Also: Andy Murray took world No1 Novak Djokovic to the brink in a gruelling five-hour match and then set himself the goal of overtaking his rivals by the time of Wimbledon.

Daily Mirror:

Harry Redknapp swapped the dock for the dugout as Spurs stumbled into the last 16 of the FA Cup. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson claims he will relish the bear-pit atmosphere at Anfield for today’s FA Cup clash.

Daily Star:

Rafael van der Vaart hit a screamer just before half time to send Harry Redknapp’s Tottenham into the fifth round of the FA Cup at Watford. Also: Jack Wilshere’s Euro 2012 dream is in tatters after another injury setback.

The Sun:

Anton Ferdinand has been urged not to shake hands with John Terry today. Also: Rafa Van Der Vaart got boss Harry Redknapp out of jail - without Bale.

The Guardian:

Anton Ferdinand was the target of a death threat on the eve of today`s potentially explosive west London derby against Chelsea. Also: Kenny Dalglish has said Liverpool have their “house in order” ahead of the emotive FA Cup tie with Manchester United.

The Independent:

Major pain for Andy Murray who pushes Novak Djokovic all the way but is edged out in a five-set classic. Also: Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has tried to play down today`s FA Cup tie with Manchester United.

Daily Telegraph:

Anton Ferdinand is sent a bullet ahead of QPR and Chelsea`s explosive FA Cup tie. Also: Kenny Dalglish and Sir Alex Ferguson have promised they will do everything in their power to mend the reputation of English football`s most high-profile fixture.