What the papers say
A look at what is making the back-page headlines in today's national newspapers.
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THE SUN: Jose Mourinho has blamed David Moyes for causing Wayne Rooney's Manchester United transfer hell. Also: Bargain buy Fraizer Campbell stunned the billionaires of Manchester City as Cardiff stormed to their first Premier League win.
DAILY MAIL: Gareth Bale is free to join Real Madrid today after Tottenham agreed a world record £86million deal with the Spanish giants last night. Also: Jose Mourinho last night told David Moyes: I didn't unsettle Wayne Rooney, you did.
DAILY MIRROR: England cricket chiefs will go to war over rules on bad light that belong in the dark ages. Also: Cardiff boss Malky Mackay backed match-winner Fraizer Campbell for England after his team stunned Manchester City.
DAILY EXPRESS: Fraizer Campbell has been backed for England honours after his second-half brace stunned Manchester City. Also: Jose Mourinho says David Moyes is to blame for Wayne Rooney's misery at Old Trafford.
DAILY STAR: Jose Mourinho insists David Moyes is to blame for putting Wayne Rooney at the centre of a bitter transfer tug-of-war. Also: New boys Cardiff were celebrating one of the great days of their history last night after stunning Manchester City.
THE TIMES: The most senior figure in English cricket called last night for a change in rules on bad light after England's Ashes triumph ended with boos ringing around the Kia Oval. Also: Manuel Pellegrini attempted to shift the emphasis away from Joe Hart but there was no escaping that it was the Manchester City goalkeeper's late mistake that tipped the game in favour of Cardiff City yesterday.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Cardiff City celebrated their return to the top flight of British football with a victory that left manager Malky Mackay singing the praises of a club who had weathered some tough times - and backing his striker Fraizer Campbell to add to his one England cap. Also: Tottenham Hotspur have finally agreed the world-record 100million euro transfer of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.
THE GUARDIAN: Manuel Pellegrini blamed his team's defending for the two second-half Cardiff City goals from corners that consigned Manchester City to a shock 3-2 defeat in south Wales. Also: Alastair Cook lifted the Ashes urn late last night after one of the great sporting anticlimaxes on a remarkable day, as bad light stopped play - with the floodlights shining - when England were within 21 runs of a historic 4-0 series win.
THE INDEPENDENT: England's victorious Ashes campaign ended in farce and fury last night as the umpires took the players off for bad light with only 21 runs needed for victory from four overs. Also: As home introductions go this was dreamland for Cardiff City as Malky Mackay's newly-promoted outfit pulled off one of the biggest shocks in Premier League history against Manchester City.