We return to the Champions League this week as Manchester United and Chelsea look to follow Tottenham’s lead and book their places in the last eight of the competition. There is no such thing as a foregone conclusion in football but you do expect both sides to prevail victorious with home advantage ensuring English clubs have a healthy representation in the latter stages of Europe’s elite competition.
In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes Lehmann in Arsenal talks; Henry concedes that Liverpool are yet to open talks with Kenny, while Manchester City have been given permission to sell naming rights of their stadium.
Lehmann in Arsenal talks – Sky Sports
Henry: we have yet to talk with Dalglish – Daily Telegraph
Terry may regain England captaincy – Guardian
City schedule forces FA to put plans on hold – Daily Telegraph
Wenger’s real blind spot is the captaincy – Guardian