Paper Talk - 15 March 2013

Keisuke Honda: Everton target

Regional Paper Talk: Everton eye Honda

Liverpool will not allow either Raheem Sterling or Suso to go out on loan for the rest of this season and Everton could move for Keisuke Honda.

London Evening Standard
  • John Arne Riise believes Tottenham might be suffering from fatigue ahead of Sunday's game against Fulham.
  • Arsene Wenger says Wojciech Szczesny still features in his long-term plans at Arsenal but will not guarantee him the No1 position.
  • Stephane Mbia has warned his Queens Park Rangers team-mates the hard work to stay in the Premier League is only just beginning after their consecutive wins over Southampton and Sunderland.
  • William Gallas believes Tottenham players would be justified in walking off the pitch during a match if they suffer more racist abuse this season
The Bolton News
  • Bolton are in the thick of the play-off chase but Zat Knight has loftier ambitions.
  • Adam Bogdan has been passed fit to challenge Andy Lonergan for the number one jersey at Ipswich tomorrow - but Dougie Freedman insists he has not got a 'big decision' to make.
Lancashire Telegraph
  • Blackburn Rovers manager Michael Appleton is close to bringing in a right back to Ewood Park on loan ahead of Sunday's East Lancashire derby with Burnley.
The Star
  • Matt Hill has warned his Sheffield United team mates 'the toughest part is yet to come' as their battle for promotion enters its final phase.
  • Sheff Weds boss Dave Jones will consider a fresh move into the loan market after the exit of Connor Wickham.
Fulham Chronicle
  • QPR boss Harry Redknapp hopes a passionate Aston Villa crowd will work against the home team in tomorrow's six-pointer.
Manchester Evening News
  • Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is not convinced Rio Ferdinand will link up with England next week despite his selection by Roy Hodgson.
  • Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany will again be missing for Manchester City's trip to Everton on Saturday lunch time.
Liverpool Echo
  • Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists neither Raheem Sterling nor Suso will be going out on loan for the rest of this season.
  • Everton are pondering a summer move for Japan playmaker Keisuke Honda.
The Chronicle
  • Newcastle United's French playmaker Hatem Ben Arfa has been ruled out until the end of the season.
Evening Gazette
  • It's up to the MIddlesbrough players to save their stuttering season, insists Scott McDonald.
Sunderland Echo
  • Martin O'Neill says Sunderland must use the match against Norwich this weekend to erase the pain of their defeat to basement side QPR.
The Daily Echo
  • Saints midfielder Richard Chaplow has joined FA Cup semi-finalists Millwall on loan.
Wigan Evening Post
  • Roberto Martinez admits Wembley places are up for grabs as Wigan Athletic aim to drag themselves out of the Premier League relegation zone this weekend.
Birmingham Mail
  • West Bromwich Albion boss Steve Clarke admits he didn't know where things went wrong during New Year slump.
  • Charles N'Zogbia is targeting a recall for tomorrow's survival showdown after revealing clear lines of communication with Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert help him cope with being dropped.
  • Steve Watson says mid-table finish would be a good season for Birmingham.
Express & Star
  • West Brom boss Steve Clarke today urged his side to end the season in style to help the club lure new players in the summer.
  • Wolves manager Dean Saunders today admitted he is having trouble persuading Premier League loan targets to come to the club after missing out on another striker.
Yorkshire Evening Post
  • While club and Leeds united boss Neil Warnock appear settled on managerial change midfielder Michael Brown argues the case for leaving things as they are in the elland road dugout
The Pink un
  • Michael Turner can expect no favours from his old Sunderland team-mates as Norwich City bid to increase the pressure on the Black Cats in this weekend's televised Premier League tussle.
Reading Post
  • Reading will have to act fast if they want to bring fans' favourite Phil Parkinson back to Madejski Stadium from Bradford.
South Wales Evening Post
  • Michael Laudrup reckons Arsenal could see Champions League hopes dashed for the second time in three days tomorrow if they fail to beat Swansea City.
Evening Times
  • Derek Johnstone today appealed for under-pressure Rangers boss Ally McCoist to be given time to rebuild his squad in the summer.
  • Joe Ledley is relishing the responsibility of pulling on the Celtic captain's armband - but can't wait to return it to Scott Brown.
The Scotsman
  • Rangers legend Andy Goram will back a boycott by fans of the Ibrox club if the Gers fail to win promotion under controversial changes that would see a revamped league system.

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