BB Round-up – Villa duo to quit, Liverpool eye Moukandjo, Nasri could leave Arsenal over pay wrangle

The FA failed in a last ditch bid to get the FIFA Presidential Elections delayed in Zurich last night. The decision of the FA to try and get it stopped brought a tirade response from the Argentinean Association who accused our nation and its media of telling lies.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes West Ham confirms Allardyce as boss; Michael Owen signs a new deal at Old Trafford, while Guus Hiddink opens the door for a Chelsea return.


FA bid fails amid anti-English outpouring – Guardian

Rio’s row with Capello over: Pair patch things up after captaincy controversy – Daily Mail

West Ham confirm Allardyce as boss – Guardian

Young and Downing ready to quit Villa – Daily Telegraph

Hiddink opens door for Chelsea return after hinting he can work in two jobs – Daily Mail

Aston Villa want Hughes to replace Houllier – Guardian

Owen signs new United deal – Daily Telegraph

Wenger admits Arsenal could lose star midfielder Nasri over pay wrangle – Daily Mail

Liverpool planning raid for Monaco winger Moukandjo – Mirror

Bendtner in line for £12million Arsenal exit – agent – Mirror

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