BB Round-up – Fergie’s D-Day, Tottenham bid scuppered, Arsenal move on the cards for Chamberlain

Super Sunday was something of a draw fest that did little to the Premier League standings, so it is all very much as you were. Manchester United returned to the top of the table; Sunderland’s point took them a step closer to a European, while Aston Villa moved out of the bottom three on goal difference.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes the FA investigating the fan attack on Harper; West Ham fight to keep O’Neill, while Fergie names his title D-Day.

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FA to investigate fan attack -Guardian

Fergie has named his title D-Day – Sun

West Ham fight to keep O’Neill on side after PR blunders – Guardian

Furious Ferguson silent on red card – Daily Telegraph

Saints hint at Arsenal switch for Chamberlain – Mirror

‘Andy stays’ blasts Toon boss – Sun

Lee: Only Spurs can save Olympic Stadium – Guardian

Dalglish: we’ll improve sooner rather than later – Daily Telegraph

Ivanovic eyes extended stay – Sky Sports

Chelsea offer scuppers Spurs Pienaar bid – Guardian
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