From the Back Pages, February 15: Fulham replace René Meulensteen with former Bayern coach Felix Magath

From the back pages
From the back pages

Fulham have appointed Felix Magath as their manager and charged him with saving their Premier League status after losing faith in René Meulensteen and sacking him after just 75 days in charge during a dramatic evening. (The Guardian)

Jose Mourinho today hit back in the war of words as he branded Arsene Wenger ‘’a specialist in failure’’. (The Mirror)

FOOTBALL legend Sir Thomas Finney has died aged 91. (The Express)

Arsenal refused to splash the cash in the January transfer window despite their latest financial results revealing an increase in turnover to £136million. (Daily Mail)

Gerard Piqué: Manchester City shouldn’t get too hung up on Lionel Messi, Neymar and Pedro can do the damage. (The Telegraph)

Roy Hodgson says that the Football Association board will have the ultimate say on whether the England manager will be permitted to select Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj, should he elect to play for the country, the latest indication that the governing body would be prepared to accept him as an international. (The Independent)

Lizzy Yarnold slithered her way to Olympic gold and history tonight under the sparkling floodlights of the Sochi 2014 Games. (The Times)