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Rumours on Friday 14th September 2007

last updated Friday 14th September 2007, 9:21 AM

All the latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Bolton boss Sammy Lee will fight Newcastle's Sam Allardyce for Norwegian defender Brede Hangeland.(Daily Mirror)

  • Leeds boss Dennis Wise wants to sign Wigan's Polish midfielder Thomas Cywka on loan.(Daily Mirror)

  • West Brom defender Neil Clement is wanted on loan by QPR.(Daily Mirror)

  • Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate hopes he can persuade Mark Schwarzer to stay for another year.(Daily Mail)

  • Bolton are set to offer contract rebel Jussi Jaaskelainen a bumper new deal.(Daily Mail)
  • Chelsea star Michael Ballack may need a third operation on his ankle injury.(Daily Telegraph)

  • Germany coach Joachim Low is seeking showdown talks with Chelsea over their treatment of Ballack.(The Times)

  • England assistant Terry Venables has told their injured stars they face a fight to get their shirts back.(The Sun)

  • Wayne Rooney is sweating on a quick return to the England line-up after Steve McClaren admitted he doesn't know what to do about him.(Daily Star)

  • Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez will hand a dossier to the Premier League that he claims proves they are the victims of a fixtures conspiracy.(Daily Mirror)

  • Reading manager Steve Coppell is convinced the fixture list is loaded in favour of the big clubs.(Daily Mirror)

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has pledged the rest of his career to the club.(Various)

  • US tycoon Daniel Williams insists his plans to takeover Blackburn are still on track.(Daily Express)

  • Chelsea, Rangers and Celtic are set to be invited to join the G14.(Daily Mail)

  • France boss Raymond Domenech believes they shot themselves in the foot by encouraging thousands of Scots to come to the Parc des Princes.(Daily Record)

  • The brawl between Northern Ireland pair Keith Gillespie and George McCartney broke out over another player's passport.(The Times)

  • Leicester installed Gerry Taggart as Gary Megson's number two to appease disgruntled fans.(Daily Mail)
  • Football fans have voted Manchester United as Britain's luckiest team, while Sheffield United were said to be the unluckiest.(Daily Star)

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