Football News – United owners urged to cut clubs debt, Drenthe to prove Jose wrong, Chelsea set to miss out on Neymar

Fabio Capello said that England were lucky to beat Wales on the night, as the visitors more than played their part at Wembley Stadium. Ashley Young’s goal was enough on the night to send England within a point of qualification, although Gary Speed’s men ran them close, especially in the second half – but Capello knows it could have been a whole different press conference had Rob Earnshaw managed to score from five yards.

Elsewhere in the papers this morning Garry Cook waits on club probe; United owners urged to cut club’s debt, while Frank Lampard is excited by midfield competition.

Capello says England were ‘lucky’ to beat Wales – Guardian

Lampard ‘excited’ by midfield competition – Guardian

Onuoha returns as Cook inquiry goes on – Guardian

Cook waits on club probe – Daily Telegraph

Drenthe out to prove Mourinho wrong – Daily Telegraph

QPR make move for Beckham as owner Fernandes ups the ante on Twitter – Daily Mail

United owners urged to cut club’s vast debt with flotation profits – Daily Mail

Dan Gosling stars in England U21 squad’s X Factor bonding session – Daily Mail

Blues are game for Josh ’n Rom loans – Sun

Chelsea set to miss out on Neymar – Mirror

Fergie backs ‘madman’ Mourinho – Mirror

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