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FA Cup final tickets shoot through 100 barrier - What the Papers Say

15 Apr 2011 15:28:09

FA Cup final tickets shoot through 100 barrier - What the Papers Say

DAILY MAILTicket prices for next month's FA Cup final have smashed through the ?100 barrier for the first time, sparking outrage among supporters. Also: Manchester United tried to sign Raul 'this season' according to the Spanish striker's Schalke team-mate Christoph Metzelder. How much? Ticket prices for the FA Cup final will stun football fans DAILY STARFrank Rijkaard has given Chelsea the green light to make a move for him this summer after admitting: 'I am ready to manage in England'. Also: Roberto Mancini has told his sulking stars they would be 'stupid' not to get behind him and take their chance to become FA Cup heroes. THE SUNJose Mourinho believes he will succeed Manchester United's legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford. Also: Guus Hiddink has ruled out a dramatic Chelsea comeback. DAILY MIRRORRoberto Mancini last night warned his Manchester City stars not to be 'stupid' and blow their chance of glory by sulking. Also: Paul Scholes has slapped down Manchester City ahead of Saturday's Wembley clash, claiming they won't be Manchester United's main rivals until they win something. DAILY EXPRESSRoberto Mancini has issued an extraordinary plea to his sulking stars to back him and change the course of Manchester City's history. Also: Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will face a fight with the Turkish Football Federation if he decides to make another move for Guus Hiddink. Heading for another showdown with City: Paul Scholes scores a dramatic winner for Manchester United at Eastlands last season THE INDEPENDENTManchester City manager Roberto Mancini declared that a career that has seen him take charge of the underdog in three great footballing cities would help him rally his side for Saturday's FA Cup semi-final, and ride out the huge blow delivered by the news that Carlos Tevez could have played his last game this season. Also: Tottenham Hotspur are confident that they will get one more season from Gareth Bale, their highly coveted left winger who has become a target for the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Internazionale over the past 12 months. THE TIMESRoberto Mancini has warned his Manchester City players that they cannot afford to 'cry' over the loss of Carlos Tevez as they attempt to end the club's 35-year wait for silverware. Also: Ukraine's political officials have dismissed fears that visitors could be the victims of fascist attacks during Euro 2012. THE GUARDIANBirmingham City face the threat of being denied their licence to play in Europe next season if they cannot convince the Premier League and the Football Association that their finances are not a major cause for concern. Also: Gareth Bale has expressed his determination to drive Tottenham Hotspur into next season's Champions League, after their quarter-final defeat by Real Madrid. DAILY TELEGRAPHKenny Dalglish believes the ongoing inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster is close to providing the families of the 96 Liverpool supporters who died with the answers for which they have been campaigning since 1989. Also: Chelsea will have a fight on their hands to to lure Guus Hiddink as their next manager once Carlo Ancelotti leaves the club.  Explore more:People: Alex Ferguson, Paul Scholes, Frank Rijkaard, Carlos Tevez, Kenny Dalglish, Roman Abramovich, Roberto Mancini, Gareth Bale, Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti Places: Barcelona, Liverpool, United Kingdom, Europe Organisations: Football Association


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