SUNDAY: A ‘disgrace to football’

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WHAT today’s papers are saying

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY: Sir Alex Ferguson has called for Luis Suarez to be booted out of English football after the striker refused to shake hands with his race victim, Patrice Evra, before yesterday’s game of shame between Manchester United and Liverpool. Also: Harry Redknapp will receive a formal approach to take over as England manager from the Football Association within the next few days. But he will tell the FA that he must see out the season with Tottenham.

THE PEOPLE: Sir Alex Ferguson claimed Luis Suarez should never again play for Liverpool after the Uruguay striker snubbed Patrice Evra’s handshake at Old Trafford. Also: FA chiefs are panicking that they simply cannot afford the £30million cost of appointing their number one target Harry Redknapp as England boss. Also: Carlos Tevez is heading back to Manchester on Tuesday - and a sensational return to City’s title charge.

SUNDAY MIRROR: Luis Suarez was branded “a disgrace” for snubbing Patrice Evra’s handshake yesterday. Also: Harry Redknapp will lead England into the Euro 2012 finals this summer. Also: Jurgen Klinsmann wants to succeed Harry Redknapp at Tottenham.

SUNDAY EXPRESS: England chairman David Bernstein insists the FA will spend whatever it takes to get the right man to succeed Fabio Capello. Also: Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson labelled Luis Suarez “a disgrace” and called on Liverpool to kick him out of the club after yesterday’s red-hot confrontation.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday launched a sensational attack on Luis Suarez, blasting: “He is a disgrace to Liverpool and shouldn’t be allowed to play for them again.” Also: Spurs could demand £15million from the FA if Harry Redknapp is appointed as England manager.

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Sir Alex Ferguson branded Luis Suarez a “disgrace to Liverpool” and urged the Anfield club to “get rid” of the Uruguayan after he refused to shake Patrice Evra’s hand before Manchester United’s 2-1 victory yesterday. Also: After a momentous week in which a five-year cloud of suspicion was finally dispersed, Harry Redknapp has another problem looming on the horizon - choosing between Tottenham and England.

THE SUNDAY TIMES: Roberto Mancini is making strenuous attempts to patch up Manchester City’s row with Carlos Tevez. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson described Luis Suarez as a disgrace and said Liverpool should get rid of him after the player refused to shake Patrice Evra’s hand before Manchester United’s bad-tempered 2-1 win.

THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: Manchester United’s manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, said last night that Liverpool’s Luis Suarez was “a disgrace” and should never play for the club again after his refusal to shake Patrice Evra’s hand before yesterday’s game. Also: A year ago Chris Ashton scored four tries against Italy in a 59-13 Twickenham victory. He barely got four passes yesterday, as the Azzurri threw away the opportunity to register a first win over England.

THE OBSERVER: Sir Alex Ferguson branded Luis Suarez “a disgrace to Liverpool Football Club” and said he should never be allowed to play for them again after a toxic 2-1 win for Manchester United that began with the Uruguayan refusing to shake hands with Patrice Evra, the player he racially abused in October. Also: The deadline for applications to become the England head coach falls on Wednesday but Stuart Lancaster, who is doing the job on a temporary basis, does not believe his winning start has given him an advantage over his rivals.