What the back pages say: Saturday, November 21

21 November 2009 09:25
DAILY MAIL[LNB]Frank Lampard yesterday joined the list of Barclays Premier Leagueplayers who have flown to Belgrade to seek help from Serbian housewifeMariana Kovacevic. [LNB]Lampard is latest star to try placenta cure: Injured Chelsea midfielder in bid to be fit for Arsenal clash[LNB]Also: The biggest match-fixing ring ever to hit football was busted yesterday after police carried out raids across Europe.[LNB]Match-fixing probe reaches Britain as 17 are arrested over investigation into suspect Champions League matches[LNB] Desperate housewives: Chelsea midfielder Lampard has joined the current crop of injured players seeking placenta treatment in Serbia from Mariana Kovacevic[LNB]THE SUN[LNB]Carlos Tevez is ready to silence the Liverpool hate mob today by leading Manchester City to a famous Anfield victory. [LNB]THE TIMES[LNB]The French Football Federation (FFF) has rejected Ireland's request to make a joint appeal to FIFA for a replay of their contentious World Cup play-off match. [LNB]Also: David Beckham insists that he will not retire even if he plays a pivotal role in winning the World Cup for England next summer.[LNB]THE INDEPENDENT[LNB]Thierry Henry's extraordinary admission yesterday that France's World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland should be replayed wrong-footed the French Football Federation (FFF): officials in Paris had not authorised it and they have no intention of supporting his sentiments. [LNB]Thierry Henry: France must replay Ireland World Cup play-off[LNB]Also: According to Phil Anderton, chairman of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals,ticket sales for next week's event at the O2 Arena make it 'the equivalent of 15 sold-out Led Zeppelin concerts'.[LNB]Summer signing: Man City will reportedly launch a mega move for Liverpool striker Torres next year[LNB]DAILY EXPRESS[LNB]Mark Hughes will make another audacious bid to prise Fernando Torresaway from Anfield if Manchester City replace Liverpool in the PremierLeague's so-called Big Four this season.[LNB]DAILY STAR[LNB]Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez last night urged: Don't label David Ngog a diver.[LNB]DAILY MIRROR[LNB]Roy Keane has launched a devastating attack on the Republic of Ireland's attempt to have their World Cup qualifier with France replayed. [LNB]Also: David Moyes has warned Manchester United to keep their hands off Jack Rodwell.[LNB]THE GUARDIAN[LNB]Guus Hiddink plans to return to Chelsea as technical director following his failure to guide Russia to the World Cup. [LNB]Also: Thierry Henry's handball against the Republic of Ireland could lead to FIFA fast-tracking the introduction of two additional referees in time for the World Cup in South Africa.[LNB]THE DAILY TELEGRAPH[LNB]One after another the New Zealand camp have rolled out the talking heads, each one delivering the same line; how England are about to break free of their recent torpor and release the spirit of 2003. [LNB]Also: Arsene Wenger admitted last night that though he had doubts about the latest unorthodox methods being administered to striker Robin van Persie, he gave the 26-year-old permission to undergo a 'placenta cure'.[LNB] [LNB]  Explore more:People:Rafa Benitez, David Ngog, MARK HUGHES, Carlos Tevez, Roy Keane, David Moyes, FERNANDO TORRES, David Beckham, Robin van Persie, Thierry Henry, Frank LampardPlaces:Paris, Liverpool, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Russia, France, EuropeOrganisations:French Football Federation

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