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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:
England boss Roy Hodgson can pick Ashley Cole against San Marino on Friday night.
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard will be offered a move to China for £250,000-a-week after tax.
QPR chiefs will decide this week whether to replace Mark Hughes with Harry Redknapp.
Owen Coyle is facing the sack from Bolton today.
Reading are ready to spend £4million on Burnley's Charlie Austin - a striker they released as a 15-year-old.
Liverpool are favourites to sign Torino defender Angelo Ogbonna.
Burnley are eyeing a loan move for Everton defender Shane Duffy.
Bournemouth will make an official approach for MK Dons boss Karl Robinson today.
Tommy Wright is to be named as the new boss of Chesterfield.
Newcastle are facing a revolt from fans as they prepare to announce a multi-million deal with payday loan company Wonga.
England boss Roy Hodgson was last night told he must decide if Ashley Cole tackles San Marino on Friday night.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini watched Atletico Madrid striker Falcao the day after Mario Balotelli's latest strop.
Alan Shearer faces a snub from his old club Blackburn in their search for a new boss.
Ravel Morrison's career is on the verge of hitting rock bottom with Lee Clark desperate to boot him out of Birmingham.
Tommy Wright is to be named as Chesterfield's new boss after a successful spell in temporary charge.
Ashley Cole's foul-mouthed attack on the FA is set to cost him £300,000 - and could drive him away from Chelsea.
Theo Walcott was last night warned that Arsenal will not be held to ransom over his pay demands.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini was in Spain at the weekend to run the rule over Atletico Madrid striker Falcao.
Alan Shearer has been told he will have to apply if he wants to become the new Blackburn manager.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers last night launched an amazing defence of Luis Suarez as he claimed the controversial striker has been singled out for 'wrong and unfair' treatment.
Ashley Cole will not be banned from playing for England for his Twitter attack on the Football Association.
Arsenal are lining up a swoop for Theo Walcott's potential replacement after joining the race to land Crystal Palace prospect Wilfried Zaha.
Ashley Cole was last night reflecting on the wisdom of one of the most expensive tweets in history, and a moment of madness that could cost him nearly £300,000.
Mark Hughes has been given two months to turn things around at QPR or he will be sacked.
Ravel Morrison is facing further turbulence in his troubled career after it emerged that Birmingham boss Lee Clark wants to send him back to parent club West Ham.
Atletico Madrid are to resist attempts to lure Falcao to the Premier League in January after Roberto Mancini signalled Manchester City's interest in the forward with a personal scouting mission.
Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane have emerged as candidates to replace Owen Coyle as Bolton manager with the Scot facing an uncertain future following talks with owner Eddie Davies and chairman Phil Gartside yesterday.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has asked Pat Rice, his former assistant manager and trusted aide, to personally scout Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.