From the Back Pages, November 14: Jessica Ennis tells Sheffield United ‘remove my name from stand if you re-sign rapist’

Olympic golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill will ask Sheffield United to remove her name from their stand if Ched Evans is given a new contract with the club. (The Mirror)

From the back pages
From the back pages

Relations between the FA and Fifa plumbed new depths last night after the long-awaited World Cup investigation brought more scrutiny to England’s calamitous bid than to Russia or Qatar. (The Times)

Roy Keane is at the centre of an investigation after an alleged bust-up with a fan outside a hotel in Ireland. (The Independent)

England U21 3-1 Portugal U21: Ings looking up for Gareth Southgate as local hero Danny scores twice at Turf Moor. (Daily Mail)

JUVENTUS star and former Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata has revealed that he snubbed offers from Manchester United and Arsenal over the summer. (The Express)

“I was ready to bat for another 50 overs” was the call from India’s Rohit Sharma just after he had blasted his way into the history books with the highest individual score in a one-day international. Sharma’s staggering knock of 264 – 45 more than any other batsman has managed in an ODI – during India’s fourth ODI against Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens in Kolkata steered India to 404 for 5 as they defeated a broken Sri Lanka by 153 runs. (The Guardian)

David Moyes has revealed that he turned down offers from a number of Premier League clubs to take over at Real Sociedad describing his decision to move to La Liga as the biggest challenge of his career. (The Telegraph)