From the Back Pages, June 1: Arsenal victory parade: Jack Wilshere leads fans in insulting anti-Tottenham chant... again
Jack Wilshere could face disciplinary action after taking to the microphone during Arsenal’s FA Cup victory parade to lead fans in an insulting chant that includes swearing about rivals Tottenham. (The Independent)
McClaren to take over at Newcastle. Newcastle are planning a third approach to Steve McClaren to become their head coach and the former Derby manager is expected to accept the job. (The Telegraph)
Greg Dyke has put Michel Platini, the Uefa president, under pressure to mobilise a united Europe in a World Cup boycott to protest at Sepp Blatter’s re-election as Fifa president. (The Times)
Police Scotland have announced they are to review the disgraceful scenes at the end of Rangers’ Play-Off Final defeat to Motherwell at Fir Park, resulting in red cards for Ibrox defender Bilel Mohsni and Motherwell players Lee Erwin and Fraser Kerr. (Daily Mail)
ARSENE WENGER has vowed that he will not be held to ransom with “stratospheric” transfer fees by clubs this summer. (The Express)
New Zealand and BJ Watling quick to seize initiative from England. (The Guardian)
Leicester City have sent home three of its Premier League stars who have been caught up in a racist sex scandal while on the club’s post-season tour to Thailand. (The Mirror)
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