Manager furious over ‘very reckless’ challenge

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WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Chelsea, Real Madrid, Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Liverpool.

THE TELEGRAPH: Sir Alex Ferguson labelled Ashley Cole “very reckless” after the Chelsea defender`s late challenge on Javier Hernandez.

DAILY MIRROR: Former Chelsea target Neymar will sign for Real Madrid on Monday, according to reports in Brazil, and will move to Spain after next year’s Olympics.

Nottingham Forest want to take QPR’s Clint Hill on loan with the defender out of favour at Loftus Road since being sent off on the opening day of the season against Bolton.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has the full backing of the club’s players, despite the club’s worst start to the season for 58 years - but they want a defensive coach to help them through their current crisis.

Harry Redknapp says his Tottenham Hotspur squad is good enough to reclaim a Champions League place this season.

Fernando Torres produced one of the worst misses of all time as Manchester United took charge of the title race. Also: Arsene Wenger has the full backing of the Arsenal players - but they want a defensive coach to help them through their crisis.

THE GUARDIAN: Ferguson was critical of his Manchester United players as he reflected on the 3-1 defeat of Chelsea and another anguished day for Fernando Torres.

DAILY STAR: Sir Alex Ferguson last night blasted Ashley Cole for a “reckless” horror tackle on Javier Hernandez. Also: Roberto Mancini last night bizarrely complained that Manchester City don`t have enough players to cope.

THE SUN: Kenny Dalglish ripped into his Liverpool flops - blasting: “You let the club down.” Also: Alex Ferguson branded Ashley Cole `shocking` and `reckless` after a horror tackle on Javier Hernandez.

DAILY MAIL: Fernando Torres` miserable season reached a new low yesterday.

DAILY EXPRESS: Harry Redknapp expects Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to agree a new contract with Luka Modric.

THE INDEPENDENT: Andre Villas-Boas, the Chelsea manager, last night said Fernando Torres should not be crucified for one of the worst misses in Premier League history.

THE TIMES: Sir Alex Ferguson launched a withering attack on Ashley Cole yesterday after a “shocking” tackle on Javier Hernandez.