From the Back Pages, April 19: Exclusive: Peter Moores returns to lead England

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England will end a period of uncertainty and chaos by appointing Peter Moores as head coach, five years after he was sacked from the same position. (The Times)

Steven Gerrard, Eden Hazard, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge, Luis Suárez and Yaya Touré are the six players nominated for this year’s Professional Footballers’ Association’s Players’ Player of the Year award. (The Guardian)

Manchester City are set to lose out on the signing of Argentine wonderkid Angel Correa. The San Lorenzo youngster has been dubbed the next Sergio Aguero, despite having a playing style more similar to Carlos Tevez, and has attracted interest from Europe’s elite after a series of fine displays. (The Mirror)

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John Terry will hopefully complete terms on a new Chelsea contract “amicably” in the near future, according to assistant coach Steve Holland. (The Independent)

ARSENAL and Manchester United target Kiko Casilla claims he is not looking to move from Espanyol in the summer. (The Express)

Burnley’s bid to reach the Premier League was overshadowed by Blackpool coach Bob Malcolm attacking one of his own players, substitute Stephen Dobbie, and fans angering player boss Barry Ferguson by throwing tangerines and tennis balls on to the pitch in a bizarre protest against owner Karl Oyston. (Daily Mail)

West Ham United will hold a minute’s applause in memory of Dylan Tombides ahead of the club’s Premier League game against Crystal Palace at Upton Park. (The Telegraph)