From the Back Pages, March 28: Manchester United players’ revolt theatening future of manager David Moyes

From the back pages
From the back pages

David Moyes is facing a critical battle for his Manchester United future with squad misgivings over the manager’s tactical approach and training methods threatening to undermine the ongoing backing from the club’s owners, the Glazer family. (The Telegraph)

Manchester United need a new ownership model for the benefit of the club and its fans according to Duncan Drasdo, chief executive of the Red Devils’ Supporters Trust. The Barclays Premier League champions have rubbished suggestions the Glazer Family have lost interest in the club and a £2billion Qatari bid fronted by David Beckham is poised to take over. (Daily Mail)

Leading members of Manchester United’s famed ‘Class of ‘92’ have bought non-league club Salford City. (The Mirror)

INTER MILAN director Piero Ausilio has admitted that the Serie A club are hopeful of bringing in either Chelsea’s Fernando Torres or Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko in the summer. (The Express)

The grassroots funding body Sport England has said a £1.6m cut in the money awarded to the Football Association should act as a “warning” over its failure to increase the number of people playing the game. (The Guardian)

Alex Hales became the first batsman to score a 20-over hundred for England as his side completed a remarkable win against Sri Lanka by six wickets in Chittagong this evening. (The Times)

Sebastian Vettel has waded into the row over Formula One’s quiet engines, saying the new 1.6-litre V6s were in danger of making the sport unspectacular. (The Independent)