BB Round-up – Liverpool deal boosts Kenny, Spurs braced for £2m bid, Owen hits out at Newcastle fans

Manchester United’s failure to see off Newcastle United has given Arsenal a hint of an opening in the title race. Arsene Wenger said that his players will have to give every last ounce of sweat and blood for tonight’s game at White Hart Lane if they want to stop the Red Devils from landing a record 19th title. It promises to be a classic, especially given Tottenham’s own need for the points to aid their push for a top four finish.

In the paper this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes Ancelotti conceding that he left the Chelsea squad thin last summer; Michael Owen hits out at the Toon fans boos, while David Moyes calls upon Tim Cahill to take a break.

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Liverpool’s new deal for Clarke boosts Dalglish – Guardian

Ferguson: Hernandez is no cheat – Daily Telegraph

England and Chelsea captain Terry’s cash donation saves childhood club Senrab – Daily Mail

Maniac bomber targets Lennon as Celtic manager is sent deadly bombs – Daily Mail

Chelsea squad was thin, says Ancelotti – Guardian

Tevez battling for final fling – Sun

QPR plot £2m raid on Tottenham – Mirror

Wenger critics baffle Harry – Sky Sports

Owen hits out at Toon fans over ‘greedy’ chants – Mirror

‘Blues can play football,’ says McLeish – Guardian

Moyes: Take a break, Tim – Sun

Liverpool considering summer swoop for Birmingham defender Johnson – Daily Mail
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