From the Back Pages, May 7: Dream debut for youngster James Wilson as teen nets two

MANCHESTER UNITED 3-1 HULL: It was an end of an era for Ryan Giggs and Nemanja Vidic but the start of a bright, new beginning as teenage striker James Wilson scored twice on his Old Trafford debut to fire Manchester United to victory in their final home game of the season. (Daily Mail)

From the back pages
From the back pages

MANCHESTER UNITED defender Nemanja Vidic has bid farewell to the club’s fans after his final appearance at Old Trafford. (The Express)

Phil Jones fears his World Cup dream is over after he injured his shoulder last night. The Manchester United defender was taken to hospital straight after he was forced off at Old Trafford with his left shoulder in a sling. (The Mirror)

The Premier League and Football League will block any attempt by Greg Dyke to introduce a new division for their clubs to field B teams. (The Telegraph)

Manchester City will look to close in on the Barclays Premier League title tonight against the stormy backdrop of a potential legal battle with Uefa over Financial Fair Play (FFP) sanctions. (The Times)

Brendan Rodgers said his Liverpool team had conceded the Premier League title last night and lamented his side’s defensive failings in a “crazy spell” in which they squandered a 3-0 lead at Selhurst Park. (The Independent)

Stuart Broad has ruled himself out of England’s one-day internationals with Sri Lanka and targeted the first Test between the sides in June as his comeback match for the team following a troublesome knee injury, although he denied that there had been any discussions about relinquishing the Twenty20 captaincy. (The Guardian)