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14 Nov 2009 09:31:18

What the back pages say: Saturday, November 14

DAILY MAIL Jenson Button flew into Heathrow yesterday and immediately drove to McLaren's headquarters to begin talks with the Formula One heavyweights. It's two together: World champion Button in talks to join Hamilton at McLaren Also:Manchester United  plan to make a £20million bid for West Ham's Carlton Cole when the transfer window reopens in January. EXCLUSIVE: Fergie in for £20m Carlton - United to fight Liverpool for Cole Hammer blow: West Ham are bracing themselves for Manchester United's £20m bid for England ace Carlton Cole when the transfer window re-opens in January THE TIMES The row over Robinho that has set Manchester City and Brazil at loggerheads showed no signs of abating last night, as Dunga ordered the Barclays Premier League club to show some respect for his national team's place in world football. Show Brazil respect over Robinho - we won five World Cups, Dunga tells City Also: The referees' union will press Alan Wiley to take legal action against Sir Alex Ferguson after signalling that the Manchester United manager's touchline ban for his outspoken criticism of the official was not the end of the matter. DES KELLY: Hounding Sir Alex Ferguson is an awful Prospect THE SUN Didier Drogba has rocked Chelsea with the news he will be out for three weeks with a broken rib. Also: Darren Bent is ready to grab his chance against Brazil and gatecrash England's World Cup party. Wayne's world: Rooney is set to skipper England DAILY STAR Fabio Capello last night confirmed Wayne Rooney is England's future captain. Captain Rooney: Manchester United star Wayne will skipper England after John Terry ruled out for Brazil clash DAILY MIRROR David Beckham will fly to the rescue of England's failing 2018 World Cup bid next month in a make-or-break mission which will cost the FA £100,000. THE GUARDIAN The England and Wales Cricket Board has claimed plans to add Ashes cricket, home and away international football qualifiers, Wimbledon and Open golf to the list of events reserved for live broadcast on free-to-air TV will have a 'disastrous impact' on grassroots funding for every sport. ECB launches savage attack on Davies' 'disastrous' Ashes free-to-air TV report DAILY TELEGRAPH England threatened to withdraw from today's friendly with Brazil after being refused permission to land at the special terminal at Doha international airport reserved for the Interior Minister. Also: Stephen Ireland, the Manchester City midfielder, claims no manager will persuade him to play for the Republic of Ireland again.  Furious Stephen Ireland has no time for Giovanni Trapattoni DAILY EXPRESS Hull City, beleaguered by a second successive relegation battle and upheaval in the boardroom, are up for sale. THE INDEPENDENT Chelsea have made their first significant move since their transfer embargo was suspended by making a preliminary £14million offer for the Everton teenager Jack Rodwell, which has been rejected by the Merseyside club.  Explore more:People:Alex Ferguson, Wayne Rooney, Fabio Capello, David Beckham, Didier Drogba, Darren Bent, John Terry, RobinhoPlaces:Liverpool, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Brazil, Premier League clubOrganisations:Wales Cricket Board


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