Capello could ditch Rooney for Euro 2012 after three-match ban
Also: Richard Hughes last night angrily handed in his jockey's licence as racing continued to tear itself apart over the new whip regulations.
Hughes quits over new rules and more top jockeys threaten walkout
THE GUARDIAN: Fabio Capello has been forced to consider leaving Wayne Rooney out of his squad for Euro 2012 after UEFA's control and disciplinary body handed the England striker a three-match ban that will rule him out of the group stage of next summer's tournament in Poland and Ukraine.
Red or dead: Wayne Rooney will miss the entire group phase of the European Championships
Also: Roberto Mancini has taken the extraordinary step of instigating peace talks with Carlos Tevez by inviting him to his house for a clear-the-air meeting that could represent the first move to repair their working relationship at Manchester City.
THE SUN: Fabio Capello was facing a major dilemma last night over whether to take Wayne Rooney to Euro 2012.
Also: Carlos Tevez was summoned to an extraordinary face-to-face meeting with Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini late on Wednesday night.
DAILY MIRROR: Fabio Capello was left stunned last night as Wayne Rooney was handed the maximum ban for Euro 2012.
Also: Roberto Mancini hosted a 1am summit at his house with Carlos Tevez in a bizarre attempt to broker a last-minute peace deal.
Making a stand: Richard Hughes
DAILY EXPRESS: Fabio Capello has been forced to consider leaving Wayne Rooney out of his England squad for Euro 2012 after UEFA banned him for the entire group stage of the competition.
Also: Sam Warburton has led the Welsh rallying cry ahead of tomorrow's rugby World Cup semi-final against France by insisting they have nothing to be afraid of.
DAILY STAR: Fabio Capello was last night left stunned by Wayne Rooney's three-match ban.
Also: Carlos Tevez returned to Manchester City yesterday but avoided a showdown with Roberto Mancini.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Carlos Tevez was forced to train on his own at Manchester City, hours after holding extraordinary late-night talks manager Roberto Mancini over his alleged refusal to play at Bayern Munich.
Also: Leading jockey Richard Hughes has given up his riding licence in protest at the sport's new whip regulations.
THE TIMES: England's worst fears were realised last night when Wayne Rooney was handed a three-match suspension by UEFA, ruling the country's most accomplished player out of the group stage of next summer's European Championship finals.
INDEPENDENT: Fabio Capello is now weighing up whether he will include Wayne Rooney in his squad for the European Championship next summer after the Football Association was hit with the calamitous news yesterday that England's best player will be banned from all three group games.