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Today’s Paper Talk

Arsene Wenger has played down Abou Diaby’s hip injury and says the Arsenal midfielder could still face Southampton on Saturday.

John Terry’s FA racism hearing will be held at a secret location on September 24.

Carlton Cole has welcomed the arrival of Andy Carroll at West Ham, despite losing his place to the striker.

Robin van Persie is a doubt for Manchester United’s home clash with Wigan on Saturday after suffering a thigh injury in Holland’s 4-1 win over Hungary.

All according to the LONDON EVENING STANDARD.

Bohemians manager Aaron Callaghan claims Everton have expressed an interest in 19-year-old defender Kevin Feely.

Everton have been granted an additional 2000 tickets for next week’s Capital One Cup third-round clash at Leeds.

According to the LIVERPOOL ECHO.

Manchester City hero Paul Lake’s life story is set to become a film.

Former Manchester United full-back Arthur Albiston believes Patrice Evra is still the man to play at left-back for the Red Devils.

According to MEN.

Alan Pardew has asked Newcastle fans to show patience before passing any judgement on this season’s squad.

Sunderland’s Craig Gardner is happy to shelve his midfield ambitions and get stuck into the right-back role.

Sunderland striker Connor Wickham admits to being unsure how he managed to score the winner for England Under-21s against Norway.

All according to the JOURNAL.

James McClean insists his spat with Giovanni Trapattoni is “over and done with” after returning to the fold for the Republic of Ireland.

Tim Krul is battling to be fit for Newcastle’s visit to Everton.


Steve Kean believes Markus Olsson can strike fear through Championship defences this season after labelling his progress as “impressive”.

Accrington Stanley have brought in former Huddersfield midfielder Danny Schofield on a three-month loan from Rotherham United.


Sheffield United are unlikely to make an immediate move into the loan market despite failing to save Michael Doyle and Ryan Flynn from suspension.

According to the SHEFFIELD STAR.

Allan McGregor is refusing to accept Scotland’s hopes of reaching the 2014 World Cup are over and said: “We can still salvage this!”


Captain Karl Henry admits Wolves’ established players need to up their game to integrate with Stale Solbakken’s foreign legion.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke admits new boy Goran Popov will have to wait for his Premier League chance

According to the EXPRESS & STAR.

Carson Yeung is looking to recoup at least half of the £81.5 million he spent purchasing Birmingham City, but interested parties – with the Gianni Paladini consortium the first to emerge – believe the club is worth a lot less.

Aston Villa’s Joe Bennett is determined to “prove the doubters wrong” by shining on the Premier League stage.

Steve Clarke has told West Brom’s fringe players: “Trust me, your time will come.”

All according to the BIRMINGHAM MAIL.


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