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What the back pages say: Parry left Liverpool because he could not find a buyer, Redknapp backs Unit

02 March 2009 07:56
DAILY MAIL

Carling Cup hero Ben Foster has revealed how an iPod helped him win the first trophy of his career as Manchester United beat Tottenham in a penalty shoot-out at Wembley.

Foster on the spot as United stay on course for clean sweep



Also: Martin Johnson will sit his squirming England team down behind closed doors this morning and show them exactly why they ought to be ashamed of themselves.

Jonno prepares to screen a video nasty to shock his troops



No cash buyer: Rick Parry

DAILY MIRROR

England's chance of winning the series in the West Indies has been yanked from under their feet after conceding their second highest total in history.

Battering Ram Sarwan hits series out of England's grasp



Also: Rick Parry left Liverpool after trying - and failing - to find a major mega-bucks buyer for the club.

MIDDLESBROUGH 2 LIVERPOOL 0: Admit it Rafa, your rabble have blown it



THE SUN

Harry Redknapp is convinced Manchester United can make history this season by winning five trophies.

UNITED 0 SPURS 0 (United win 4-1 on penalties): It's Big Ben's finest hour



Also: Andrew Strauss and his shattered bowlers were on their knees after conceding the second highest total ever made against England.

DAILY STAR

Wembley hero Ben Foster last night revealed the amazing secret of his penalty shoot-out brilliance.

Also: James DeGale has vowed to turn the jeers to cheers after cruising to a comfortable but cautious professional debut win on Saturday.

Idiots won't bother me, insists DeGale



DAILY EXPRESS

Carling Cup hero Ben Foster joined the iPod generation to earn Manchester United a penalty shoot-out success over Tottenham in the final.

Also:  Phil Vickery says England's players have put their own heads on the block withthe rampant indiscipline which contributed to the 14-13 Six Nations defeat against Ireland.

THE TIMES

Sir Alex Ferguson hailed Ben Foster as his Carling Cup final match-winner last night and tipped his young goalkeeper to establish himself as England's number one for years to come.

Also: Martin Johnson has given his England team as much rope as any  self-respecting group of professional sportsmen deserve. Now he must hang someone and Danny Care, by the sheer stupidity of the actions that earned him a yellow card, offered himself up to the executioner at Croke Park.

THE GUARDIAN

The Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy will see a specialist in London tomorrow over a knee problem sustained during his team's 1-0 defeat at West Ham United yesterday as an injury crisis added to the pressure on Mark Hughes.

WEST HAM 1 MAN CITY 0: Savio upstages Bellamy at Upton Park



Also: Martin O'Neill last night admitted that Aston Villa were guilt of "over-confidence" after Stoke City scored twice in the last two minutes to salvage a draw and leave his team without a victory in five matches.

VILLA 2 STOKE 2: O'Neill's men blow great chance to cement Arsenal's fate



THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

International batsmen will be forced to adjust their techniques if the experiment with video referrals is extended, according to the England and Wales Cricket Board's director of umpires.

Also: Football Association chairman Lord Triesman insists there is "life in the corpse" of goal-line technology.

THE INDEPENDENT

Sir Alex Ferguson admitted that Manchester United had been fortunate to win the Carling Cup - and said that his team owed their triumph to goalkeeper Ben Foster.

Also: Just as Martin O'Neill had Aston Villa supporters eating out of his hand once more, along came a collapse so dramatic and unexpected that he became a bigger centre of attention than ever on his 57th birthday.



 

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