Euro hope for Rooney after referee backs England striker in red card rumpus
Also: Martin Johnson will fly back to Heathrow tomorrow for what will surely be a painful inquest.
Johnno to fly back into RFU inquest as top brass demand answers
Dismissed: Wayne Rooney is sent off by Wolfgang Stark
THE OBSERVER: England manager Martin Johnson to consider quitting after England crash out of Rugby World Cup with 19-12 defeat to France.
Also: Leeds took the low road to a fourth Grand Final victory over St Helens in five years, with the tiny scrum-half Rob Burrow providing the decisive contribution in this land of the giants.
THE INDEPENDENT: England will trail home from New Zealand on a night flight to Heathrow tomorrow a beaten World Cup quarter-finalists and with only qualified support for the three-year managerial stint of Martin Johnson to continue.
Also: An exasperated Fabio Capello can`t control Wayne Rooney.
SUNDAY MIRROR: The FA will issue a plea for leniency in the latest case of Wayne Rooney`s red card shame.
Also: Super sub Rob Burrow masterminded Leeds Rhinos` fourth Super League title triumph in five years.
THE PEOPLE: Roberto Mancini will introduce a tough new code of conduct at Manchester City in the wake of the Carlos Tevez affair.
Also: England were last night ready to thank German ref Wolfgang Stark - for saving Wayne Rooney from more red-card misery with UEFA.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Ref Wolfgang Start yesterday gave Wayne Rooney hope that he will escape a two-match Euro 2012 ban.
Also: England`s disastrous World Cup campaign predictably ended in tears when they were crushed by the French.
SUNDAY EXPRESS: England boss Fabio Capello has confessed that the last thing he needed after qualification for the European Championships is a friendly against world champions Spain.
Also: Steve Bruce is set to be the first Premier League manager to be sacked this season.
THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Martin Johnson was today considering his future as England manager.
Also: Kevin Sinfield took a swipe at Leeds` critics as the Rhinos rewrote the record books.
THE SUNDAY TIMES: England`s under-fire manager Martin Johnson refused to say whether he will stay in the job.
Also: England manager Fabio Capello says selecting hot-head Wayne Rooney is worth the risk.