From the back pages, January 7: Suárez ‘stole our FA Cup glory’

Liverpool's Luis Suarez
Liverpool's Luis Suarez

Luis Suárez was caught up in another “cheat” row last night after Mansfield Town players and management accused the match officials of missing a handball by the Liverpool striker in scoring the decisive goal in the 2-1 FA Cup third-round victory at the One Call Stadium. (The Times)

Graham Poll: Suarez can’t be held responsible for his handball at Mansfield, even if he owned up the ref’s call would have stood. (The Mail)

Frank Lampard will not be offered a new deal by Chelsea “under any circumstances”. The star’s agent Steve Kutner said last night: “Chelsea executives told Frank in Japan then again re-confirmed with his agent after the Everton victory that, in no circumstances, will he be offered a new contract to stay at Chelsea Football Club after the end of this season. (The Sun)

Tévez: I can help Balotelli stay at City. Argentina striker says controversial Italian can learn from the problems he has had at club and plan a bright future. (The Telegraph)

Blatter: ‘Boateng was wrong’. FIFA’s president, believes Boateng made the wrong decision to walk off the pitch when racially abused. (The Independent)

Kick out the cat: Fergie’s ready to dump dodgy David de Gea and buy new keeper. He’s had his chances, but the lightweight goalkeeper is now on his way out of Old Trafford PLUS Manchester United ready to loan out Wooton. (The Mirror)