Trouble ahead for Dalglish and Mancini?

BY foxsports • April 3, 2012

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United struck a mighty title blow with a double-A performance.

Chelsea will urge the FA to put kids and the safety of fans first - and changed their Wembley semi-final kick-off time against Tottenham.

Andy Carroll will be warned he is running out of chances at Liverpool.

Neil Taylor admits Swansea players fear manager Brendan Rodgers will be poached by a big club this summer.

Liverpool's owners will refuse to panic despite the sense of crisis currently enveloping Anfield.

Preston supremo Peter Ridsdale has told his unhappy players: "You can go, but Graham Westley stays."

Liverpool are putting Brad Jones on standby for a first-team call as Kenny Dalglish faces up to a crisis.

Martin Allen is wanted by Luton, with a deal likely in the next 24 hours.

Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes expects Arjen Robben to sign a new deal through until 2015.

THE SUN

Manchester United said 'Vallelujah' last night as they went five points clear at the top of the Premier League.

Stilyian Petrov's acute leukaemia was uncovered when the Aston Villa squad underwent heart tests after the collapse of Fabrice Muamba.

Kenny Dalglish's job is not under immediate threat despite Liverpool's pitiful league form.

The Liverpool 'keeper charged with filling Pepe Reina's boots may not be at Anfield beyond this season.

Roberto Mancini insists he will not give up on Mario Balotelli.

Stoke's Jonathan Woodgate is on a mission to extend his top-flight career.

Swindon manager Paolo di Canio and on-loan striker Jonathan Tehoue have been involved in a training-ground bust-up.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United produced a stunning late show to go five points clear at the top of the table last night.

Kenny Dalglish will not walk out on Liverpool, according to former team-mate Mark Lawrenson.

Chelsea old-boy Alex has blasted the club's big-name players for having even bigger egos.

Rafael van der Vaart has pleaded with Emmanuel Adebayor to stay at Tottenham next season.

Jonathan Woodgate is on a mission to extend his Premier League career at Stoke.

Swansea star Neil Taylor has tipped boss Brendan Rodgers for a top-four job.

DAILY MAIL

Sir Alex Ferguson is closing in on yet another Barclays Premier League title after two stunning late goals broke Blackburn's stunning resistance.

Liverpool's owners will demand answers from Kenny Dalglish when they conduct a major strategic review on how to take the club forward.

Roberto Mancini's future at Manchester City will be under threat if the club's problems continue between now and the end of the season.

Roberto Di Matteo is sweating on the fitness of six key players ahead of Chelsea's Champions League clash with Benfica tomorrow.

Roy Hodgson will be offered the biggest managerial contract in West Brom's history to keep him at The Hawthorns.

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has vowed to fight to keep Brendan Rodgers in South Wales, but admitted he will be virtually powerless to stop one of management's emerging stars from leaving this summer if his heart is set on a move.

Arsene Wenger is furious with Marouane Chamakh after the striker was pictured holding a shisha pipe hours after Arsenal's defeat by QPR.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sir Alex Ferguson was celebrating as Manchester United soared five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.

Kenny Dalglish will be asked to submit a written report on Liverpool's shortcomings during a disappointing Premier League campaign as part of an urgent end-of-season review by the club's American owners.

Marouane Chamakh has sent his Arsenal career up in smoke after being caught in a London shisha bar following their 2-1 defeat against QPR.

Roberto Di Matteo is being left in the dark over whether he stands any chance of getting the Chelsea job on a permanent basis.

Jonathan Woodgate is on a mission to extend his Premier League career at Stoke.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

It was not a performance of champions, but it was enough to ensure Manchester United earned the victory that extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table to five points.

Kenny Dalglish, the Liverpool manager, will be required to provide a full written report to the club's American owners at the end of the season to explain an unacceptable league slump.

THE TIMES

Roberto Mancini's position will be reviewed at the end of the season if Manchester City miss out on the Barclays Premier League title.

Tottenham Hotspur's players have tried to persuade Emmanuel Adebayor to remain at the club on a permanent basis when his temporary contract expires in the summer, according to Rafael van der Vaart.

THE GUARDIAN

It was another night when Manchester United showed they are not in the mood to relinquish their grip on the championship trophy.

THE INDEPENDENT

Roberto Mancini's Manchester City future is not guaranteed beyond the end of the season and the club's chairman, Khaldoon al-Mubarak, will review whether the Italian's abrasive management style is helping to move the club forward, if they lose out to Manchester United in the title race.

Kenny Dalglish will turn to a goalkeeper who has not even completed a full friendly for Liverpool - he dislocated his finger against Rangers on his one start - and who conceded seven goals on his previous appearance in England.

DAILY RECORD

Paul Murray's rescue plan for Rangers will see Ticketus slash a massive £17million off the bill from the notorious deal which funded Craig Whyte's takeover.

Trabzonspor are set to take flop Pawel Brozek back from Celtic.

St Mirren chiefs have called an EGM after failing to force the resignation of director Ken McGeoch over his alleged links with Rangers.

A damning new business survey of Scottish football claims three clubs are at serious risk of following Rangers into administration.

Celtic agreed a deal to sell Morten Rasmussen to Norwegian side Aalesund last weekend but the striker's agent scuppered the move.


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