Paper Talk - 19 November 2012

Tim Cahill: Hopes to return to Goodison Park on loan

Regional Paper Talk: Cahill wants return

Tim Cahill wants to return from New York Red Bulls to Everton on loan, while Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye could be out until the New Year.

London Evening Standard
  • William Gallas fears Tottenham will struggle in their next three Premier League matches due to the suspension of Emmanuel Adebayor.
  • Roberto Di Matteo is ready to ring the changes for Tuesday's trip to Juventus after Chelsea's winless run continued with defeat at West Brom.
  • Former Ukraine striker Andriy Shevchenko has turned down the chance to manage the national side.
  • Neil Warnock has hinted that QPR were wrong to sack him last season.
  • Fulham's Sascha Riether has condemned the red card shown to team-mate Brede Hangeland against Sunderland.
  • Full-back Guy Demel hopes West Ham will draw some benefit from what he intends to be a successful spell away at the African Nations Cup
  • Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere hopes Theo Walcott will not become the latest big name player to quit the Emirates Stadium.
Fulham Chronicle
  • Fulham defender Sascha Riether believes ref Lee Probert got it wrong sending off Brede Hangeland against Sunderland - and says the decision proved costly.
  • Fulham will be without Bryan Ruiz and Alex Kacaniklic for at least three weeks after they limped out of Sunday afternoon's defeat to Sunderland.
  • Mark Hughes reckons Rangers would be wrong to give him the boot and insists he's still the right man to turn things around.
  • Chelsea's young squad needs to get up to speed now because nobody will give them time to gel, says David Luiz.
Manchester Evening News
  • Sir Alex Ferguson left out most of his big names from Manchester United's squad for Tuesday's Champions League encounter with Galatasaray.
  • Ferguson feels United must rediscover their urgency after losing 1-0 at Norwich with a lacklustre attacking display.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo may be 'unbuyable' - but Manchester United are determined to find the next winger to light up Old Trafford.
  • Tributes have been paid to Busby Babe Kenny Morgans who has died aged 73.
  • Roberto Mancini is hoping he has eradicated Manchester City's set-piece laziness as Real Madrid come to town in the Champions League.
Liverpool Echo
  • Tim Cahill has revealed that he wants to return to Everton on loan in January.
  • Pepe Reina hailed Liverpool's 3-0 thrashing of Wigan as a significant step towards transforming their "ridiculous" home record.
  • Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool would reject any offers for Raheem Sterling and he expects the teenager to sign a new long-term contract with the club.
  • Luis Suarez has been labelled a "masterclass marksman" by Rodgers after his two goals inspired Liverpool to a third league win of the season.
  • Jose Enrique dedicated his first goal for Liverpool to his unborn son Adrian.
  • Everton's Leighton Baines believes his lack of Champions League football is making it harder for him to dislodge Ashley Cole from the England team.
  • David Moyes admitted Everton's defeat to Reading had left him as angry as he had ever been as Everton boss.
  • Thomas Hitzlsperger believes Everton's defeat by Reading must act as a wake-up call if they are to recapture their momentum in the race for fourth place.
  • Darron Gibson made his long-awaited Everton comeback from a thigh injury as Everton's U-21s drew with Reading.
The Chronicle
  • Alan Pardew is still prepared to use the popular 4-3-3 formation which helped fire the club into the Europa League.
  • Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye could be ruled out until January.
  • Pardew believes Papiss Cisse's withdrawal from his plans just 20 minutes before he aimed to name him on his teamsheet against Swansea affected dressing-room morale.
  • Steven Fletcher has breathed a sigh of relief after ending his goal drought and helping Sunderland to a crucial win at Fulham.
Newcastle and Sunderland
  • Mike Williamson has revealed Newcastle's players held a summit to get to the bottom of their poor form last week.
  • Newcastle may be without Yohan Cabaye until the New Year after it was revealed he is likely to require surgery to repair a groin injury.
  • Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill hopes his side's second Premier League victory of the season will restore any lost confidence within his under-pressure squad.
  • Sunderland star James McClean has received death threats following his decision not to wear a poppy on his jersey last Saturday.
South Wales Evening Post
  • Alan Pardew made the tenuous claim that Swansea's "experience" had been key after Newcastle were humbled at St James' Park.
  • Ashley Williams believes Swansea deserved to win by more than just a single goal at Newcastle.
Birmingham Mail
  • Paul Lambert is encouraged by Aston Villa's recent performances, even if results aren't going their way.
  • Lambert would resist calls for video replays to help match officials, despite a "shocking" penalty decision compounding Villa's misery at Manchester City.
  • Former boss Steve Bruce believes Birmingham City have to sort out the 'nonsense upstairs' if they are to truly thrive.
  • West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie has praised Shane Long after his fellow goalscorer kept the death of his nan secret from team-mates before Chelsea clash.
  • Wolves have lodged an appeal with the Football Association following Christophe Berra's red card against Watford on Saturday.
Express & Star
  • Paul Lambert today backed Aston Villa's youngsters to get the club out of the relegation zone after he claimed a "woeful" decision by officials proved costly against Manchester City.
  • Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov beamed with pride as thousands turned out to a charity football match in his honour in Halesowen as he battles leukaemia.
  • Former West Bromwich boss Roberto Di Matteo believes the sky is the limit for his old club after the in-form Baggies sent his Chelsea side into post-match meltdown.
  • Wolves have announced they are appealing Christophe Berra's sending off at Watford on Saturday.
Yorkshire Evening Post
  • An angry Neil Warnock hit out at referee Mark Halsey and accused Adam Smith of getting Luke Varney sent off after Leeds United's worrying slump continued at Millwall.
The Pink un
  • Chris Hughton insisted his Norwich players were the real stars of the show after a stunning Premier League win over Manchester United.
The Daily Echo
  • Jason Puncheon believes Southampton's position in the league this season bears no resemblance to the squad's talent.
Reading Post
  • Brian McDermott was relieved to see Reading pick up their first Premier League win of the season and declared it had 'been coming for a long time'.
  • Reading owner Anton Zingarevich has given McDermott his full backing and rubbished rumours that he is going to replace him with Dick Advocaat.
The Sentinel
  • Tony Pulis believes midfielder Steven Nzonzi will be a Champions' League player before the end of his career.
Wigan Evening Post
  • Roberto Martinez admitted the first-half loss of Ben Watson was a massive contributing factor to Wigan Athletic's defeat at Liverpool.
The Bolton News
  • Bolton manager Dougie Freedman has called for the Football League to consider the introduction of full-time referees.
Lancashire Telegraph
  • Premier League teams would be "mad" not to consider a January move for Charlie Austin, says Burnley team-mate Brian Stock.
Evening Times
  • Neil Lennon has warned his players and the Celtic fans they are in for a long night in Lisbon on Tuesday.
  • Benfica will be boosted by the return of Enzo Perez and Ezequiel Garay when they face Celtic in the Champions League.
  • Celtic assistant boss Johan Mjallby insists all the pressure is on Benfica.
  • Andy Little believes Kevin Kyle's first goal for the Ibrox club can be the catalyst for him to kick on this season.
The Scotsman
  • Leigh Griffiths is set to leave Hibernian in January after Wolves manager Stale Solbakken declared his intention to sell the Scotland international.
  • The SPL are ready to completely dismiss SFL proposals for reconstruction when they gather at Hampden on Monday.



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