The top stories making Thursday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Harry Redknapp last night admitted: I'll never be England boss now.
Also: Rio Ferdinand will think about going to Euro 2012 - if new England boss Roy Hodgson wants him to.
And: Roberto Mancini has told Carlos Tevez he is welcome to stay at Manchester City.
Plus: Nicolas Anelka hopes to lure Manchester United striker Michael Owen to Shanghai Shenhua this summer.
Daily Mirror: Rio Ferdinand is ready to tell Roy Hodgson he can play with John Terry at Euro 2012 - for the good of England.
Also: Roy Hodgson wants to make trusted lieutenant Ray Lewington his England No 2.
And: Chelsea defender David Luiz has emerged as a shock summer target for Barcelona.
Plus: Fabrice Muamba thanked "the whole country" for their support as he broke down in tears on his emotional return to the Reebok...Nemanja Vidic's agent has dismissed suggestions that the Manchester United captain is poised to join Juventus.
Daily Star: A Papiss Cisse wonder-goal inspired Newcastle to a stunning success at Stamford Bridge.
Also: Steve Kean has been attacked by a fan at Blackburn's training ground.
And: Paul Ince has been asked to join Roy Hodgson's England revolution.
Daily Mail: The FA were last night forced to defend new England manager Roy Hodgson after a newspaper's 'disrespectful' mocking of his speech impediment.
Also: Papiss Cisse brought Chelsea crashing to earth with two spectacular goals last night and Alan Pardew warned Manchester City to expect more title twists and turns on Tyneside.
And: Manchester City and Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi is ready to leave Napoli after a dispute with president Aurelio de Laurentiis.
Daily Express: Fabrice Muamba fought back the tears to make an emotional return to football last night as Bolton met Tottenham, just 48 days after suffering a cardiac arrest in an FA Cup tie between the clubs at White Hart Lane.
Also: Rio Ferdinand is set to tell England manager Roy Hodgson he is ready to go to Euro 2012 if required.
And: Papiss Cisse struck twice as Newcastle hit back in style last night after their loss at Wigan to stay right in the hunt for a Champions League place.
Metro: Emmanuel Adebayor netted twice as Tottenham cut loose to see off relegation-haunted Bolton and keep alive their Champions League hopes.
Also: Tottenham and Newcastle appear to be locked in a two-way battle for the final Champions League place after crucial Premier League victories.
And: Fabrice Muamba attended Wednesday's Premier League match between Bolton and Tottenham at the Reebok Stadium six weeks after his cardiac arrest.
Daily Telegraph: Harry Redknapp was given a timely reminder that if his heart remains set on managing a golden generation of footballers, he has more chance of doing so at Tottenham than from the England dugout.
Also: Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits Saturday's FA Cup final will define his club's season.
The Times: Rio Ferdinand is planning to tell Roy Hodgson that he wishes to be considered for the England manager's European Championship finals squad despite his lingering antipathy towards John Terry.
Also: A day after learning he had been overlooked by England, Harry Redknapp saw his Tottenham Hotspur side take a crucial step towards Champions League qualification with a 4-1 victory away to Bolton Wanderers last night.
And: Chelsea lost what turned out to be a strangely subdued battle, but given the rollercoaster nature of this Premier League season it would be little surprise if they ended up winning the war.
The Guardian: Roy Hodgson began his reign as England manager by discussing possible changes to his backroom staff with the Football Association and prioritising talks with Rio Ferdinand to establish whether the Manchester United defender would be willing to play alongside John Terry.
Also: Fabrice Muamba admitted he 'wished he was playing today' before receiving an emotional reception on the Reebok Stadium pitch ahead of Bolton Wanderers' 4-1 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur, the midfielder's first visit to a football match since his cardiac arrest.
And: Newcastle United moved four points clear of Chelsea in the pursuit of a Champions League berth with victory but the outcome was overshadowed.
Plus: UEFA will not change its rules on yellow cards for the Champions League for at least three years, despite six players being suspended for the final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich following cautions in the semi-finals.
The Independent: The new England manager Roy Hodgson hopes to speak to Rio Ferdinand within the next week to gauge the Manchester United defender's feelings about playing for England at the European Championships next month.
Also: If Chelsea are to make it into a 10th successive Champions League campaign next season, the hard reality after last night's home defeat is that they may well now have to go to Munich on 19 May and win the damned thing against Bayern Munich.