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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:
Steven Gerrard will instruct Luis Suarez to shake hands with Patrice Evra before today's emotionally-charged Anfield clash against Manchester United.
Vincent Kompany has vowed never to swap Manchester City for Real Madrid or Barcelona. The City captain, fears he would never step out of the shadows of Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo if he were to move to La Liga.
Harry Redknapp has branded those fans who sing sick chants about Hillsborough and Munich as "pathetic, mindless idiots", adding: "Anyone with a brain or decency in their life would not behave this way."
David Ginola has opened the door to an emotional return at Tottenham - as boss. The French winger, who enjoyed a glittering three-year spell at White Hart Lane, is back at the club taking his coaching badges.
Paul Jewell admits Harry Redknapp could take his job as Ipswich boss.
Kolo Toure has bought a stake in French Third Division club Paris FC.
DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Liverpool captain Steve Gerrard will tell Luis Suarez to shake hands to defuse today's potential powder keg clash at Anfield.
Liverpool have offered Daniel Agger almost £15million to stay at the club. Talks have begun on a £70,000-a-week deal worth £14.4million over four years to keep Agger from the clutches of Manchester City, who tabled a £20million bid for the defender last month.
Ken Bates claims Leeds are close to being taken over by a Bahrain bank.
Jose Mourinho has put Manchester City and United on alert by saying he's "certain" he'll manage in England again.
Steven Gerrard will insist Luis Suarez shakes hands with Patrice Evra at Anfield today.
Tony Pulis lashed out at Chelsea stars Oscar and Branislav Ivanovic for diving and insisted that English football must declare war on cheating
Steven Gerrard has urged Liverpool and Manchester United to send a message to the world from Anfield today.
Tony Pulis hit out at Chelsea divers Oscar and Branislav Ivanovic.
Tottenham and Liverpool are leading the chase for Malaga's Isco, who could be available in a cut-price deal in January. However, Manchester United, Arsenal and Juventus are also keen on the 20-year-old midfielder.
Abou Diaby has revealed he is using Robin van Persie as inspiration to beat his injury jinx and reach the top with Arsenal. Midfielder Diaby has suffered a staggering 18 injuries since badly breaking his ankle six years ago.
Arsenal are yet to reopen contract talks with England winger Theo Walcott.
Stoke's manager, Tony Pulis, urged Premier League referees to crack down on diving last night and called for players new to English football to be put under closer scrutiny if they simulate fouls against them.
Steven Gerrard will take Luis Suarez aside and tell him to shake hands with Patrice Evra before Liverpool's match with Manchester United at lunchtime, imploring the Uruguayan to remember Hillsborough and explaining: "It's time to move on."
Steven Gerrard will tell Luis Suarez to shake hands with Patrice Evra ahead of today's emotionally-charged meeting between Liverpool and Manchester United, claiming that with "millions and millions of people watching" the reaction of the two players will be "key" to the behaviour of the fans and the respect shown to the Hillsborough victims.
Chelsea defender David Luiz, who provoked the fury of Tony Pulis yesterday with a "dreadful" tackle on Jonathan Walters, last night signed a five-year contract at the club worth more than £30million.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
At the start of a week in which football comes under the microscope again, Steven Gerrard has told Luis Suarez to shake hands with Patrice Evra and urged supporters of Liverpool and Manchester United to forget "vile" chants.
It took the collector's item that is an Ashley Cole goal to ensure that Chelsea will still top the Premier League whatever their Manchester rivals manage from tricky assignments today.
Steven Gerrard will urge Luis Suarez to set the right tone for a tense encounter between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday by shaking Patrice Evra's hand and not exacerbating the feud that erupted between the pair last season
Harry Redknapp is set to make a sensational return to football by taking over at Ipswich.
Steven Gerrard has called for the guilty to be punished in the wake of the Hillsborough Independent Panel's damning report.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has handed unsettled striker Demba Ba the chance to do his talking on the pitch.
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has accused Wigan manager Roberto Martinez of trying to unsettle Eagles winger Wilfried Zaha.
Mickael Silvestre is close to completing a move to India to play for Mumbai.
Tottenham have made a move to appoint Franco Baldini as technical director.
Top clubs including Manchester United, Arsenal and Juventus are on the trail of Malaga midfielder Isco.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
John Terry and Anton Ferdinand will face each other in front of a four-man independent FA disciplinary panel at a secret London location tomorrow.
Andre Villas-Boas is stepping up his Tottenham revolution with the imminent arrival of a Continental-style technical director.
Liverpool's American owners will end the club's 10-year stadium saga by committing to develop Anfield as a refurbished 60,000 capacity venue.
Roberto Mancini has warned his Premier League title rivals there is no end in sight to Manchester City's spending frenzy.