BB Round-up – Wenger’s ultimatum over deals, Fergie sacrifice for Welbeck, Kevin Nolan slams Newcastle critics

Five Premier League clubs battle to stay in the division and the riches that it brings. There will be a lot of nervous supporters between 4-6pm this afternoon when everyone’s fate will be decided.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include, Hiddink has been employed by Chelsea for two years; Blatter angrily denies that FIFA is corrupt, while Birmingham are on rocky ground if they drop out of the Premier League.


Spurs keen to miss fair play pain – Guardian

Aston Villa owner Lerner set to axe sick Houllier and move for Moyes – Daily Mail

Fear of oblivion fuels ‘Survival Sunday’ – Daily Telegraph

Hiddink has been employed by Chelsea for past two years – Mirror

Blatter angrily denies that Fifa is corrupt – Guardian

Neville: Not even Sir Alex Ferguson could turn England into winners! – People

Birmingham on rocky ground if they drop – Daily Telegraph

England fear keeper crisis if Capello fails to talk Green out of retirement – Daily Mail

Newcastle star Nolan slams critics who doubted Toon’s Prem credentials – People

Arsenal boss Wenger issues contract ultimatum to Nasri and Clichy – Daily Mail

Fergie will sacrifice Owen for Welbeck’s return – People

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