From the Back Pages, May 11: Jose Mourinho believes it’s time for the Chelsea kids to shine

From the back pages
From the back pages

JOSE MOURINHO is planning to blood more of Chelsea’s youngsters before the end of the season as he gives a glimpse of a bright future for the club. (The Express)

Manchester City 6 QPR 0: Spineless, toothless, pitiful. Pick your adjective to describe Queens Park Rangers. Sublime, relentless, ruthless. Choose any superlative to define Sergio Agüero. (The Times)

It’s been a week to forget for Queens Park Rangers after midfielder Joey Barton hit out at ‘two bad eggs’ in the dressing room before their Premier League relegation was confirmed on Sunday. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea vs Liverpool match report: John Terry and Steven Gerrard on target as draw hands Manchester United Champions League football. (The Independent)

The Chesterfield captain, Ian Evatt, has called for more protection for players after claiming he was punched, kicked and spat on by Preston North End fans after his side’s 3-0 defeat in Sunday’s League One play-off semi-final second leg. (The Guardian)

Andy Murray dispatched old foe Rafael Nadal with the minimum of fuss to win the final Madrid Open. (The Mirror)

This was more like a Sunday afternoon siesta than a surge to the chequered flag. After a poor start for Lewis Hamilton and some tardy tyre changes by his mechanics, Nico Rosberg strolled to victory in the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of his team-mate. (The Telegraph)