Football News – United’s Pogba fear, Spurs move for Hazard, Villas-Boas in £30m chase for Ajax ace

FIFA have caused outrage by rejecting England’s plea to wear poppy’s on their shirts for the up and coming friendly against Spain. It is a crass move by FIFA and the rejection only goes further to stain this dysfunctional organisation.

Elsewhere in the news McCarthy feels the heat of the Wolves fans; Fabio Capello claims that he has never seen or heard racism in football; while United fear that Pogba may be lured by Italian duo in January.

Capello to pick Terry for England despite racism row – Guardian

Outrage as FIFA reject England poppy plea in the face of veterans’ complaints – Daily Mail

Beckham would rather join Spurs than PSG – Mirror

McCarthy feels the heat from Wolves fans – Guardian

Capello: I have never seen or heard racism in English football – Mirror

Messi: Arsenal style helped Fabregas settle at Barcelona – Independent

Tottenham and Manchester City will both make serious attempts to sign Lille’s Eden Hazard – People

Wales players cleared to play for Great Britain – Daily Telegraph

United fear rising star Pogba could be lured by Italian giants in January – Daily Mail

Real Madrid are planning January loan moves for Carlos Tevez and Glen Johnson – People

City and Chelsea in chase for Ajax £30m-rated midfielder Eriksen – Daily Mail

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