From the Back Pages, March 20: Roy Hodgson will pay no heed to Premier League fatigue

From the back pages
From the back pages

Roy Hodgson, the England manager, insists he will not tailor how he uses his players in the forthcoming games with Lithuania and Italy because of any concerns his peers in the Barclays Premier League might hold over the risk of fatigue. (The Times)

Louis van Gaal: Manchester United is my last job in football and I will go out at the top. (The Telegraph)

Yaya Toure could lead summer exodus at Manchester City with Vincent Kompany, Edin Dzeko and Pablo Zabaleta also under threat after Champions League exit. (Daily Mail)

The Qatar 2022 World Cup Final will take place on December 18th, Fifa has confirmed. (The Independent)

TWO WEEKS after admitting to “throwing away” a chance to win the Honda Classic, Ian Poulter put himself in position to make amends in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. (The Express)

And then there were none. The end of English football’s interest in Europe arrived emphatically and shambolically as Everton were routed in the last 16 of the Europa League by Dynamo Kiev.. (The Guardian)

Manchester United fear they are losing their battle to keep David de Gea. (The Mirror)