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Rumours on Friday 23rd February 2007

last updated Friday 23rd February 2007, 7:53 AM

All the latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Bolton will have sizeable transfer funds made available - if they qualify for Europe next season. (The Sun)

  • Phil Bardsley hopes that his loan move from Manchester United to Aston Villa can be made permanent. (Daily Mirror)

  • Chelsea want to run the rule over Plymouth teenager Dan Gosling. (Daily Mirror)


  • Reading defender Andre Bikey wants his future sorted before the end of the season. (Daily Star)

  • Leicester City owner Milan Mandaric is targeting a £1.5m swoop to make Geoff Horsfield and Jason Jarrett's loan moves permanent. (Daily Star)

  • England captain John Terry is almost certain to miss March's Euro 2008 qualifiers with injury. (Various)

  • Alan Pardew says there will be no room for sentiment when his Charlton team play West Ham in Saturday's relegation six-pointer. (Daily Mirror)

  • Dundee lost out in a fixture battle with rivals Dundee United on the toss of a coin. (Daily Record)

  • West Ham defender Anton Ferdinand says the Hammers' players let down former manager Alan Pardew. (The Sun)

  • Arsene Wenger has hit out at managers overstating their achievements - in a thinly-veiled slight aimed at Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. (Various)

  • Manchester United legend Gary Pallister says David Beckham should be recalled to the England team. (The Sun)

  • Everton fans are lining up a protest on Saturday against chairman Bill Kenwright's lack of investment in the club. (Daily Mirror)

  • Tommy Burns has urged Celtic fans to lay off the club's young stars. (Daily Record)

  • Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy believes the golf-club karaoke row at the club inspired them to victory over Barcelona. (Daily Mirror)

  • Wembley will definitely be ready to host this season's FA Cup final. (Daily Express)

  • England coach Steve McClaren will watch David Beckham early in March - to decide whether he still has what it takes to cut it in the national team. (Daily Star)

  • Derby boss Billy Davies could leave the club - even if they win promotion to the Premiership. (Daily Mirror)

  • Michael Bridges' Hull career could be over after he was sent off for a headbutt in a reserve game. (Daily Mail)

  • Coventry City are in "the early stages" of talks with an unnamed investor about a possible takeover of the club. (The Independent)

  • Struggling West Ham striker Carlos Tevez says he might have to see a witch doctor - because he believes he is under a jinx. (Daily Star)

  • Former England star Paul Gascoigne enjoyed the hospitality at Canadian popstress's Nelly Furtado's after-show party following her Hammersmith Apollo - but didn't know who she was. (Daily Mirror)

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