From the back pages, March 25: Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber descend into F1 civil war

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Red Bull’s Mark Webber said he was considering his future after his team-mate, Sebastian Vettel, robbed him of victory in Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix in defiance of orders from the team principal, Christian Horner. Webber was leading with 10 laps to go when Vettel, ignoring instructions from Horner for both drivers to hold their positions, attacked. Horner warned: “This is silly, Seb. Come on!” The team-mates came close to colliding around several turns before Vettel, the world champion, overtook for his 27th grand prix win, equalling Jackie Stewart’s total. (The Guardian)

Jose Mourinho has dropped a huge hint about a sensational summer return to Chelsea. The Special One is set to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season and has been linked with his former club. (The Sun)

Skipper Steven Gerrard has backed the travelling England fans who slated Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand for his no-show in San Marino. (The Express)

Southend United have sacked manager Paul Sturrock just two weeks before they play in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final. The side are ninth in League Two and although they are in poor form, this move comes out of the blue. Bizarrely, although they will appoint a new manager on Monday, they will allow Sturrock to take charge of the team at Wembley. (Daily Mail)

Lewis Hamilton came in for his first stop in Malaysia and look up to see a pit crew lined up and waiting. Just not his pit crew. Six seasons in Formula One and a lifetime in McLaren colours are clearly not erased that easily and Hamilton caused guffaws when he mistakenly drove into the McLaren team pit box. (The Times)

Chelsea and Manchester City target Edinson Cavani amits he doesn’t know where he will be playing next season and says it is up to Napoli whether he stays at the San Paolo. (The Mirror)

Britain’s hottest boxing prospect, the Olympic super-heavyweight gold medallist Anthony Joshua, is set to turn professional in a deal which could see him link up with the former world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis. (The Independent)

Michael Clarke has admitted he has no idea how serious his latest back problem is, but the Australia captain insists it is “very unlikely” the injury will keep him out of the Ashes. (The Telegraph)