From the Back Pages, November 12: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho calls West Bromwich Albion’s Jonas Olsson ‘a Mickey Mouse player’

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho sparked a 20-man tunnel bust-up at Stamford Bridge on Saturday when he branded West Bromwich Albion’s Jonas Olsson “a Mickey Mouse player”. (The Telegraph)

Wayne Rooney admitted that Manchester United’s prospects of retaining the title would have been all but over had they lost to Arsenal at Old Trafford yesterday as Arsène Wenger accused his players of suffering from stage fright. (The Times)

Nemanja Vidic has been discharged from hospital, with Manchester United confirming the club captain suffered concussion during Sunday’s game against Arsenal. (The Independent)

Summer signings aren’t gelling, Pellegrini rotates at will and big stars are missing (that’s before we’ve mentioned Hart!)... the reasons why Man City are struggling. (Daily Mail)

England’s plans for their friendly against Chile on Friday have been disrupted by a stomach virus at St George’s Park that has forced them to abandon their usual base out of concerns it could sweep through Roy Hodgson’s squad. (The Guardian)

Michael Clarke is ready to risk defeat and the sack to achieve an elusive first Ashes Test win as captain. (The Mirror)

MATT PRIOR remains a doubt for the first Test in Brisbane after a scan on his injured left calf yesterday revealed a low grade tear. (The Express)