From the Back Pages, November 29: Two charged over match-fixing allegations in English football

From the back pages
From the back pages

Two men suspected of involvement with an international match-fixing ring targeting English football have been charged with conspiracy to defraud, while five others were released on bail as the investigation continues. (The Guardian)

Qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup may have been among the games fixed by the international group embroiled in a match fixing controversy this week. (The Mirror)

Michael Chopra, the former Newcastle United, Cardiff City and Sunderland striker, claimed he would gamble up to £30,000 in cash with other players on the team bus en route to matches while he was still a teenager with the St James’ Park club. (The Independent)

Tromso 0 Tottenham 2: Spurs ease the pressure on their manager with a narrow win over deep inside the Arctic Circle. (The Telegraph)

Arsenal and Roma have made offers to Barcelona teenager Tonny Sanabria. The 17-year-old striker is a Paraguay international and regular in Barcelona’s B side. (Daily Mail)

EVERTON boss Roberto Martinez has delivered an emphatic message to Manchester United manager David Moyes - hands off Leighton Baines! (The Express)

Tim Bresnan staked his claim for a recall to the England team with a four-wicket haul for the England Performance Programme (EPP) in Brisbane. (The Times)