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What the back pages say: Spurs flop Bentley looks set for Villa, Tevez has 48 hours to choose betwee
Published : 16 Jun 2009 08:25:53
DAILY MAIL Carlo Ancelotti has told Carlos Tevez he should join Chelsea if he wants to play at the highest level. SPORTSMAIL EXCLUSIVE: We're the best so join us, insists Chelsea chief Also: Chris Gayle had the last laugh on England last night when he led West Indies to an extraordinary five-wicket victory at the Brit Oval which took his side to the semi-finals of the World Twenty20. Oval and out: England's adventure ends in soggy circumstances DAILY TELEGRAPH England were knocked out of the World Twenty20 last night after a frantic and at times desperate slog fest against the West Indies. Also: Howard Webb was the unwanted centre of attention in a thrilling match which saw underdogs Egypt shake five-times world champions Brazil yesterday. THE GUARDIAN The Lions starting XV for the first Test against South Africa looks set to contain at least six Welshmen after the head coach, Ian McGeechan, partially lifted the veil concealing his first-choice line-up. Peter Jackson: Shaw clings to Test dream Also: The Premier League has turned up the pressure on Setanta by announcing it is seeking bids for the 46 live games the broadcaster holds the rights to next season. Heat on Setanta as League invite new bids for games THE TIMES Liverpool had an offer of about £18.5 million for Glen Johnson accepted last night. Anfield lead chase for Pompey star Johnson Also: The prospect of fixture chaos for clubs and supporters next season means that the Premier League is on a collision course with UEFA. DAILY STAR Ricardo Carvalho has launched a stinging attack on Chelsea and accused them of abandoning him while he was injured. Inter line up Deco and Carvalho double Also: Portsmouth chief Peter Storrie has launched a blistering attack on the club's England star Peter Crouch. Crouch demands answers from Pompey before deciding on future THE SUN Premier League chief Sir David Richards was in even deeper water last night after further details emerged about his involvement in the proposed £60million takeover of Portsmouth. Also: David Bentley has admitted he is talking to Aston Villa in a bid to end his Tottenham agony. DAILY EXPRESS Stuart Pearce was unimpressed with England's opening 2-1 win against Finland at the European Under-21 Championship last night, but said he was a very relieved man. Mighty Micah rescues Pearce's below-par boys Also: Andy Murray has warned five-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer that criticising him will only lead to more frustration for the Swiss ace. DAILY MIRROR Ramnaresh Sarwan left Paul Collingwood's lions in tears last night as England's Twenty20 dreams died on a cruel summer night. Also: Carlos Tevez faces an agonising choice between Manchester United and Manchester City over the next 48 hours. THE INDEPENDENT Egypt lodged a protest with Confederations Cup organisers after their 4-3 defeat by Brazil yesterday, claiming Brazil's late penalty was awarded illegally on the basis of video evidence by English referee Howard Webb.