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Man City to make huge Falcao bid

Atletico Madrid forward Falcao is likely to be the subject of a huge bid in January.
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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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John Terry will be back as Chelsea captain in just three days' time despite an FA admission that he has 'damaged English football'.

Jack Wilshere is set to be fast-tracked straight on to the bench at Norwich today.

Manchester City could bid £45m for Atletico Madrid striker Falcao.


El-Hadji Diouf has made an astonishing attack on Steven Gerrard, claiming: "Nobody can stand him at Liverpool".

David Moyes has admitted he owes a massive thanks to Wayne Rooney for helping make him a top manager.

Nottingham Forest boss Sean O'Driscoll is ready to send Jermaine Jenas back to Spurs after telling the club's owners that he does not want any more loan signings.


Chelsea are on the verge of stripping John Terry of the captaincy.


Unhappy striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 28, has held crisis talks over his Tottenham future with manager Andre Villas-Boas.

Former Blackburn boss Paul Ince is a surprise contender for the manager's job at Burnley.

England defender Joleon Lescott will today continue his boycott of the Kick It Out campaign by refusing to wear an anti-racism T-shirt.

The Millwall supporter accused of posting a sickening photo on Facebook which appeared to threaten the life of Bolton striker Marvin Sordell has written a grovelling letter of apology.


John Terry will brave the wrath of fans and sit in the stands at Tottenham to watch Chelsea in their crunch London derby at lunchtime today.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert insists striker Darren Bent is not leaving the club, despite being dropped for the last two games.


Reading are a blemish on Brendan Rodgers' managerial CV, but as he prepares to meet the club that sacked him three years ago the Liverpool manager sees his dismissal as the turning point of his career.


John Terry has finally been criticised in public by his employers, Chelsea, for his use of racially abusive language in the infamous confrontation with the manager, Roberto Di Matteo, saying that the defender had damaged the club's image and let everybody down.

Roberto Mancini has defender Joe Hart against Roy Keane's accusation that the Manchester City goalkeeper can be "cocky".

Brendan Rodgers has warned that there will be no "quick fix" at Liverpool after a difficult start to the season.



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Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Rio Ferdinand that he must comply with instructions to wear a Kick It Out T-shirt before today's game with Stoke City at Old Trafford, despite the Manchester United defender considering a boycott over what he perceives to be the failure in the handling of the John Terry affair.

Roberto Di Matteo has admitted for the first time that John Terry's abuse of Anton Ferdinand had damaged Chelsea's image.


Roberto Di Matteo insists he has no regrets about Chelsea's handling of the John Terry racism affair and claimed that the disgraced defender remains a suitable figurehead for the club.

Arsene Wenger has told the nation not to go "bonkers" over Jack Wilshere's imminent return after the Arsenal manager changed his mind and put the midfielder in contention to play his first game in 14 months today.

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