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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:
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to the supporters on an emotional afternoon at Anfield as the controversy was confined to the pitch.
Steve Kean is braced for the axe today at Blackburn.
Birmingham are stepping up their interest in Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson following the injury to Paul Caddis.
Simon Grayson will be given funds to bring Jermaine Beckford and Simon Church to Huddersfield.
Barnet have signed ex-Fulham striker Collins John on a free transfer.
John Terry has stunned football by quitting England.
Brendan Rodgers blasted referee Mark Halsey and blamed him for Liverpool's 2-1 defeat to bitter rivals Manchester United.
Roberto Mancini pushed Mario Balotelli down the tunnel as the pair had a new bust-up following Manchester City's 1-1 draw with Arsenal.
John Terry has announced his retirement from international football.
Fulham manager Martin Jol is considering a move for free agent Nigel Reo-Coker as a solution to his shortage of midfielders.
John Terry quit international football on Sunday night.
Brendan Rodgers accused referee Mark Halsey of costing Liverpool their first league win of the season against Manchester United and condemning them to their worst start for more than 100 years.
John Terry has quit England hours before the start of his hearing over the alleged racial abuse of Anton Ferdinand.
Referee Mark Halsey was on Sunday night considering calling in the police over sick Twitter taunts following his handling of the clash between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Steve Kean is clinging to his job again at Blackburn Rovers.
Roberto Mancini has been involved in another confrontation with Mario Balotelli.
John Terry has accused the FA of pursuing a vendetta against him after retiring from international football with immediate effect.
John Terry made last night's shock decision to retire from international football in protest at what he regarded as a change of position by senior members of the Football Association over the likelihood of him being charged by the governing body for alleged racist remarks, it is understood.