BB Round-up – Dalglish’s long term vision, Sunderland quit threat, Sir Alex Ferguson warns strikers to hit it off away from home

A fantastic weekend of football, with some superb goals to boot as the Premier League season fast approaches the final straight. As well as the race for the title there are no fewer than six teams within three points at the bottom of the table in what promises to be the most open relegation battle in years.

In the papers this morning there has been a mixed bag of stories that includes John Terry being warned about his Chelsea place; Sunderland chief threatens to quit over illegal football broadcasts, while Kenny Dalglish reveals his long term thinking for Liverpool.


Terry no longer a certain Chelsea starter – Guardian

I’ll pay you back with goals, Rom – Sun

Fergie orders Rooney and Berba to be a hit on the road – Mirror

Arsenal must be ‘nasty’ to beat Barcelona, says Wilshere – Guardian

Sunderland chief Quinn in quit threat to fans watching illegal games in pubs – Daily Mail

Moyes slams “worst ever” Everton flops – Mirror

Dalglish reveals long-term thinking – Guardian

Keys accused of racist comments – Daily Telegraph

Mancini convinced City are closing gap – Guardian

FA issue warning to players about using Twitter and Facebook – Daily Mail

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