From the Back Pages, March 26: Manchester United fans vent fury at Sir Alex Ferguson

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Manchester United supporters gave full voice to their anger at Sir Alex Ferguson last night as David Moyes accepted full responsibility for a 3-0 defeat by Manchester City that put the champions on course for their worst Premier League campaign. (The Times)

Arsenal’s season unravelled further on Wednesday night as a stoppage-time own-goal threw away a game they had somehow been winning; and which Swansea could have then won but for a controversial decision by the referee to blow his whistle for full time with Jonathan De Guzman through on goal. (The Indpendent)

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has launched a savage attack on Arsenal after claiming they are a “million miles away” from being serious contenders. (The Mirror)

Unhappy Arsenal fans won’t be seeing Aaron Ramsey back in action to rescue their side’s woes soon. After conceding a last-gasp equaliser to Swansea, manager Arsene Wenger revealed the midfield star has suffered a setback in his recovery from the thigh injury which has kept him out since Boxing Day. (Daily Mail)

Everton brushed aside Newcastle United and maintained their pursuit of a Champions League place with a flourish of youthful promise, as Ross Barkley and Gerard Deulofeu blossomed on Tyneside. (The Telegraph)

Maybe it was a good time for Ivan Lendl to spend more time with his golf clubs. While Andy Murray has been portrayed as the wounded party in the game’s biggest divorce of the season, the player finally seems to be moving on without angst or regret. (The Guardian)

THE NFL will discuss having a fourth game in London next year at an owners’ meeting in Orlando this week. (The Express)