The top stories making Friday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Michael Owen last night gave Stuart Pearce's England a Twitter bashing.
Also: Chelsea defender David Luiz has admitted that he is aware of growing interest in his services from Spanish giants Barcelona.
And: Luiz was backtracking last night after incredibly accusing Frank Lampard of acting like a spoilt brat.
Daily Mirror: David Luiz has told Frank Lampard to accept the orders of Andre Villas-Boas - without complaint.
Daily Star: David Luiz last night told Chelsea's rebels: Stop moaning and start doing as you're told.
Also: The FA's hopes of naming Harry Redknapp as new England boss could be wrecked if they refuse to sanction jobs for his backroom staff.
And: North East rivals Newcastle and Sunderland are to compete for the signing of Crystal Palace's 19-year-old striker Wilfried Zaha.
Daily Mail: The FA will next week draw up a list of candidates to be the next England manager that will offer alternatives to hot favourite Harry Redknapp.
Also: Romelu Lukaku has demanded answers from Chelsea about why he has not featured in more games and wants to make a loan move to London rivals Fulham.
Daily Express: David Luiz risked sparking a civil war at Chelsea last night when he came out in support of under-fire boss Andre Villas-Boas.
Also: Stuart Pearce will continue to hold the fort for England as the Football Association maintain they will not be panicked into appointing a new coach.
Metro: Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he will not be coming back to manage the west London club.
Also: Lukas Podolski’s future at Cologne looks in doubt, the coach of the Bundesliga club has admitted, fuelling talk of a summer move to Arsenal.
And: Liverpool face an anxious wait to discover the extent of Steven Gerrard’s injury he picked up on England duty, while Daniel Agger has definitely been ruled out of Saturday’s clash against Arsenal.
Plus: The administrator for cash-strapped Portsmouth has warned the club may struggle to complete the Championship season, such is their desperate state.
Daily Telegraph: Portsmouth face the most critical six weeks of their 113-year history after the insolvent club's administrator warned yesterday they could face liquidation before the season's end.
Also: Robbie Fowler is on the brink of completing a surprise return to English football by signing for Blackpool until the end of the season.
The Times: David Luiz has laid bare the growing rift in Chelsea's dressing room by suggesting that some of his team-mates stop complaining about Andre Villas-Boas's 'project' and simply follow the manager's orders.
Also: Micah Richards has blamed Fabio Capello for taking him to the 'lowest' point of his career by consistently ignoring the claims of the Manchester City defender to be part of the England squad and failing to offer an explanation for his ostracism.
The Guardian: Stricken Portsmouth Football Club will run out of money before the end of the season and fail to fulfil their Championship fixtures if no new funds arrive, the club's administrator, Trevor Birch, has warned.
The Independent: The Football Association will make good on chairman David Bernstein's pledge that it will broaden its search beyond the favourite Harry Redknapp when it draws up a list of candidates for the England manager's job over the next few days.
Also: Daniel Sturridge has become the latest Chelsea player to affirm publicly the qualities of Andre Villas-Boas, crediting the Portuguese with being the first manager at Stamford Bridge to have helped his international career.