Football News – Man United move ruled out, Spurs set £9m fee, Arsene Wenger calls for action over tapping up in football

FIFA have blocked the golden opportunity to see the workings of goal line technology after vetoing its use at this weekend’s Emirates Cup. It is a decision that leaves everyone in the game bemused and a sign that the governing body is set to turn a blind eye to progress once again.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Beckham being sick at England’s failed World Cup bid; Petr Cech questions the hiring and firing at Chelsea, while Tottenham put a £9m fee on Peter Crouch’s head.


Beckham ‘sick’ over failed bid – FFC

Barton rules out United move – FFC

Given tips Ireland revival – FFC

Wenger wants action on tapping up – FFC

De Jong: Balotelli must change his ways – Guardian

Cech questions Abramovich’s hiring and firing – Independent

Wenger foiled by goal camera ban as FIFA rules out technology at Emirates Cup – Daily Mail

Ferguson admits United are unlikely to make more signings – Guardian

He’s yours for £9m! Spurs willing to let Crouch leave in latest reshuffle – Daily Mail

McCarthy warning for ‘twits who tweet’ – Guardian

Pardew unimpressed with Enrique Twitter rant – Independent

Aguero set to complete £40m Man City switch tomorrow – Mirror

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