Manchester United stick the boot in: What the back pages say on April 19

19 April 2011 06:57
Lashing out: United fitness coach Strudwick

DAILY MAILManchester United are in trouble with the Football Association again after a dressing-room wall was damaged following theirweekend semi-final defeat at Wembley. 

Sir Alex Ferguson has been cleared of any blame, however, after it emerged fitness coach Tony Strudwick caused the damage when he kicked out in anger as United's players came off.

Also: Ricky Hatton is consideringa multi-million dollar comeback leading to a super-fight with Mexican legend Erik Morales.

THE SUNManchester United hit the wall after their FA Cup semi-final.

Also: Yaya Toure's Wembley winner against arch-rivals Manchester United has saved Roberto Mancini's job.

DAILY STARManchester United could be facing a bill from the FA - after damaging their Wembley dressing room.

Also: Jack Wilshere is heading for another club versus country row after insisting he wants to play in the 2012 Olympics.

Comeback? Hatton (left) lost his last fight to Manny Pacquiao two years ago

DAILY MIRRORThe FA are investigating after Manchester United's Wembley dressing room was trashed on Saturday night.

Also: Kenny Dalglish got an FA let-off last night - despite being caught swearing on a television camera.

DAILY EXPRESSManchester United could be landed with a repair bill after the dressing room they were using at Wembley was damaged following their FA Cup semi-final defeat against Manchester City.

Also: Kenny Dalglish is likely to avoid an FA ban despite being caught by television cameras swearing at Arsene Wenger.

THE GUARDIANGavin Henson will be told next week whether he has a future at Toulon after being suspended for a week for breaching the club's disciplinary code.

Also: Tottenham Hotspur will lobby the Premier League over the rescheduling of the Manchester City against Stoke City league fixture, amid fears of a potential carve-up of the result to influence European qualification.

Difference of opinion: Dalglish (left) and Arsenal manager Wenger had words

DAILY TELEGRAPHAndy Flower has been offered a new three-year contract as the England and Wales Cricket Board attempts to head off any moves for their highly rated coach from India.

Also: Stoke City could find themselves in the extraordinary position of benefiting from losing their Premier League game against fellow FA Cup finalists Manchester City to enable them to secure European football.

THE INDEPENDENTAs Sir Alex Ferguson prepares to take a giant stride towards securing his 12th Premier League title at Newcastle tonight, the Manchester United manager said he would not shy away from the tough decisions needed this summer to maintain the club's dominance.

THE TIMESThe FA is planning to write to Manchester United to remind them of their responsibilities after discovering a hole in the wall of the Wembley dressing room that the team used for Saturday's acrimonious FA Cup semi-final defeat by Manchester City.

Also: Roman Abramovich has cooled on the idea of bringing back Guus Hiddink to Stamford Bridge because of concerns over his appetite for the job.

 Explore more:People: Alex Ferguson, Jack Wilshere, Andy Flower, Kenny Dalglish, Gavin Henson, Ricky Hatton, Roman Abramovich, Roberto Mancini Places: Newcastle, United Kingdom, India Organisations: Football Association, Wales Cricket Board

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