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Rumours on Tuesday 14th March 2006

last updated Tuesday 14th March 2006, 6:27 AM

All the latest football rumours from the todays newspapers.

There is "no chance" that Barcelona will make a move for Frank Lampard, says a senior club source. (Daily Telegraph)

Early favourite Martin O'Neill is now behind the English trio of Sam Allardyce, Alan Curbishley and Stuart Pearce in the running for the job as England coach. (Daily Express)

Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce is ready to be interviewed by the Football Association for the England job. (The Guardian)

Manchester United will offer Ruud van Nistelrooy a new three-year contract and a £10,000-a-week pay rise this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Birmingham chairman David Gold says Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is "rude and aloof". (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham will battle Celtic to sign 19-year-old Clyde midfielder Craig Bryson. (The Guardian)

Frank Lampard defends Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho and says other teams "envy" the Londoners' recent success. (The Sun)

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood describes reports his club will move for David Beckham as "absolute nonsense". (Daily Star)

Fulham boss Chris Coleman has "told pals" he does not fear getting the sack. (The Sun)

The Republic of Ireland have appealed to Fifa as they hope Kevin Nolan will be made available for them. (Daily Telegraph)

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