From the Back Pages, May 30: FA chief Greg Dyke insists “this isn’t over” after Sepp Blatter wins fifth term as FIFA president

From the back pages
From the back pages

Greg Dyke insisted FIFA cannot continue under Sepp Blatter, despite the Swiss winning the presidential election in Zurich on Friday. (The Mirror)

Sepp Blatter was re-elected as the head of world football for a fifth term this evening after surviving an unexpectedly strong challenge from Prince Ali bin al-Hussein. (The Times)

Jack Wilshere has said that the success of Arsenal’s season hinges on whether they can beat Aston Villa to retain the FA Cup. (The Independent)

Newcastle United have confirmed that duo Jonas Gutierrez and Ryan Taylor will not be offered new deals and will leave the club when their contracts end on June 30. Gutierrez made 205 appearances for the Magpies after his arrival in the summer of 2008 and scored 12 goals during the time. The 31-year-old Argentine returned to action following his battle with cancer earlier this season and played an influential part in keeping John Carver’s side in the top flight. (Daily Mail)

Anderson hits 400-mark but New Zealand fight back. England’s talisman takes 400th wicket but tourists finish 297-8 after being reduced to 2-2 in second Test. (The Telegraph)

Dylan Hartley will have to regain the trust of Stuart Lancaster if his international career is not to end on 66 caps having been told he would not be in England’s World Cup squad after picking up his fifth suspension in three years. (The Guardian)

RORY MCILROY’S Irish Open jinx continued with the game’s top golfer left red-faced in easily missing the Royal County Down cut-off mark with a shock nine-over par total. (The Express)