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: Paulo Di Canio was sacked as Sunderland boss last night after just 175 days following an astonishing player rebellion. Also: David Moyes turned the hairdryer on his Manchester United players for the first time after this humiliation.
DAILY MAIL: David Moyes gave Manchester United's shocked players the 'hairdryer' for the first time since he became manager after yesterday's humiliation at title rivals Manchester City. Also: Paolo Di Canio's tumultuous reign as Sunderland manager came to an abrupt end last night after his players turned on him during a furious training-ground bust-up.
DAILY MIRROR: David Moyes tore into his Manchester United flops over their derby-day humiliation. Also: Paolo Di Canio was last night sacked by Sunderland after a major bust-up involving senior players.
DAILY EXPRESS: Furious David Moyes accused his Manchester United stars of bottling it as they crashed to a shattering derby defeat. Also: Paolo Di Canio became the first managerial casualty of the new Premier League season as he was sacked last night after just 12 games in charge .
DAILY STAR: David Moyes ripped into his United flops and gave them his version of the Fergie 'hairdryer' treatment after their derby drubbing. Also: Paolo Di Canio was last night sensationally sacked by Sunderland after just six months in charge.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: David Moyes unleashed his anger on his Manchester United players following the 4-1 defeat at Manchester City which confirmed the club's worst start to a season in almost a decade. Also: Paolo Di Canio has become the first Premier League manager to be sacked this season following a furious row with senior players during an inquest into Sunderland's 3-0 defeat at West Bromwich Albion.
THE TIMES: Paolo Di Canio became the first managerial casualty of the Barclays Premier League season last night as his turbulent tenure at Sunderland ended with the Wearside club bottom of the table. Also: David Moyes read the riot act to his Manchester United players yesterday after an embarrassing 4-1 defeat at the Etihad stadium consigned the Barclays Premier League champions to their worst start to a season for nine years.
THE GUARDIAN: David Moyes admitted Manchester United were second best and that he had let his players know they were not "bang at it" following yesterday's rout. Also: Paolo Di Canio was sacked by Sunderland last night after his much vaunted "revolution" yielded only one point from the season's opening five fixtures.
THE INDEPENDENT: Paolo Di Canio became the first Premier League manager to lose his job this season last night when Sunderland dramatically called time on the gamble of his appointment. Also: David Moyes signalled that he had delivered the first "hairdryer" of his tenure as Manchester United manager, after admitting his players had lacked any intensity and conviction in the punishing 4-1 derby defeat yesterday which consigned them to their worst start to a Premier League season in almost a decade.