BB Round-up – Viera furious, Croat regrets Spurs move, Liverpool eye Baggie, West Ham chief concedes player exits inevitable

There is no question where the match of the weekend is and Old Trafford which could prove to be the title decider for the 2010/11 season. Chelsea have stormed into the race out of nowhere and should they eclipse United and land the title this season, then it must go down as one of the biggest turnarounds in history.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Viera claims the race quotas are scandalous; Whelan reveals talks of a salary cap, while David Gold concedes that his England stars are likely to move on if West Ham are relegated.


Vieira: FFF race quotas are ‘scandalous’ – Guardian

Fifa alarmed by global match-fixing threat – Daily Telegraph

Real Madrid legend Mijatovic could step into Arnesen’s shoes at Chelsea – Daily Mail

Whelan reveals top-flight salary cap talks – Daily Telegraph

Young’s Villa departure is not ‘inevitable’ – Guardian

Parker and England mob will leave if we go down, says Gold – Daily Mail

Win or lose, Ferguson’s fire will still burn bright – Daily Telegraph

Man Utd close in on keeper Rui – Sun

Liverpool and Villa are tracking Baggies’ Brunt – Mirror

I was hoodwinked by Harry – Sun

Real Madrid refuse to buy Adebayor – even at £15m – Mirror

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