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DAILY EXPRESS

Wayne Rooney will be stripped of the Manchester United penalty-taker's job if he misses another.

ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE

Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:


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Jack Wilshere believes his England call-up has come too soon.

Stoke have developed a special fitness regime to get Michael Owen back on the pitch.

Martin O'Neill has promised to fight as hard as he can to keep his job at Sunderland.

DAILY MAIL

Jack Wilshere has pledged his future to Arsenal after returning from injury.

Raheem Sterling has rejected Liverpool's initial offer of a new contract and wants £50,000-per-week.

Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Wayne Rooney his success rate from the penalty spot must improve.

Martin O'Neill has vowed to transform Sunderland despite their difficult start to the season.

DAILY MIRROR

Jack Wilshere admits his England call-up is "too soon" after his comeback from injury.

Liverpool must never be forced to sell stars like Fernando Torres again, according to Brendan Rodgers.

Thomas Sorensen will quit Stoke at the end of the season if he can't win back the No.1 shirt from Asmir Begovic.

Burnley will offer Charlie Austin a new three-year deal to deter interested clubs like Arsenal.

DAILY STAR

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Roberto Di Matteo has warned John Terry he is no longer the King of Stamford Bridge.

Jack Wilshere admits his recall to the England squad could be too much too soon.

THE SUN

QPR boss Mark Hughes has told Arsenal to forget about signing Adel Taarabt, who has been tipped for a switch across London after a fine run of form.

Reading manager Brian McDermott is targeting a January move for Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin, but says signing too many players in the New Year will be "disrespectful" to the ones he already has.

Alan Pardew has signalled Newcastle's intent to re-sign Andy Carroll.

Chelsea have finally made a profit under Roman Abramovich.

Dimitar Berbatov has refuted any suggestion that he is lazy and feels he made the right choice in leaving Manchester United for Fulham.

Brendan Rodgers has urged Liverpool's owners to do all they can to keep Luis Suarez at Anfield for the foreseeable future.

Faustino Asprilla wants to join the coaching staff at former employers Newcastle.

THE TIMES

Arsene Wenger feels Thomas Vermaelen is suffering a confidence crisis, with the Arsenal captaincy piling pressure on his shoulders.

David Moyes is looking for Everton to maintain their push for UEFA Champions League qualification.

Mark Hughes believes Adel Taarabt has a crucial role to play in Queens Park Rangers' efforts to start pulling clear of trouble.

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Alan Pardew has refused to rule out the prospect of Andy Carroll returning to Newcastle at some stage in the future.

THE TELEGRAPH

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce feels he has improved every club he has worked for.

Stephen Ireland is of the opinion that Aston Villa can 'win something' under Paul Lambert.

THE GUARDIAN

Sir Alex Ferguson has called on Manchester United to hit a century of Premier League goals this season.

talkSPORT

Chelsea full-back Ashley Cole has spoken to Paris St-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti about a summer switch to the Ligue 1 club.
 

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