From the Back Pages, November 5: Lucky Londoner scores £100,000 in Coral’s ‘Football Jackpot’ from just a £1 stake!

From the back pages
From the back pages

A lucky punter is now £100,000 richer on Monday night after Aberdeen beat Partick Thistle 4-0 in the Scottish Premier League to seal his ‘Football Jackpot’ win. (Daily Mail)

André Villas-Boas has defended his decision not to substitute Hugo Lloris, despite the goalkeeper being knocked out during the latter stages of Tottenham Hotspur’s goalless draw with Everton. (The Times)

Manuel Pellegrini, the Manchester City manager, has backed the punishment handed out to CSKA Moscow for the racial abuse suffered by Yaya Touré and said he cannot understand why the Russian side tried to deny it. (The Independent)

David Moyes has called for greater protection for Manchester United’s rising star Adnan Januzaj. Januzaj was subjected to what looked a deliberate stamp by Fulham’s Sascha Riether in United’s 3-1 win at Craven Cottage on Saturday. (The Mirror)

ARSENAL have not given up hope of signing Clement Grenier from Olympique Lyonnais in January. (The Express)

Alastair Cook’s England team-mates have spoken up for their captain after Shane Warne hit out at out what he called his “boring” and “negative” tactics. (The Guardian)

For all the wonderful rugby played by Wales in recent years they need one thing – to be more like England. (The Telegraph)