From the Back Pages, October 9: Luis Suárez says he is calmer and a new man following Liverpool return

From the back pages
From the back pages

Luis Suárez has said he made a conscious effort to return from suspension a calmer player as he did not want to “be the same as before”. (The Guardian)

Gustavo Poyet is relishing the “great and difficult challenge” of keeping Sunderland in the Barclays Premier League after being unveiled as the club’s sixth manager in less than five years. (The Independent)

Michael Carrick tells teenage star Adnan Januzaj he can develop at Old Trafford amid growing interest from Barcelona and other leading European clubs. (The Telegraph)

Patrice Evra believes Manchester United should never have allowed rising star Paul Pogba to leave for Juventus, describing his departure as a ‘huge loss’ for the Premier League champions. (Daily Mail)

ROY HODGSON is set to entrust England’s World Cup hopes to an attack-minded line-up after Ashley Cole was ruled out of the qualifier with Montenegro. (The Express)

Jack Wilshere has urged England to go on the offensive as they look to secure World Cup qualification with victories over Montenegro and Poland at Wembley Stadium. (The Times)

American football fans in Europe will be able to watch THREE National Football League matches at Wembley next season. Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and Atlanta Falcons will all play a home match in London in 2014, it has been announced. (The Mirror)