What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines in this morning's newspapers.
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Daily Express: Jack Wilshere last night questioned the FA's desire to persuade Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj to pledge his allegiance to them and claimed "only the English should play for England". Also: Craig Bellamy is fed up of people labelling his nation "poor old Wales" saying: "We've not been good enough."
Daily Star: Jack Wilshere last night insisted all England players should be English. Also: Sunderland boss Gus Poyet last night vowed to deliver Premier League survival at the Stadium of Light this season.
Daily Mirror: Jack Wilshere last night insisted only English players should be allowed to represent the country. Also: Phil Jagielka last night revealed England's players are taking the mickey out of Joe Hart's goalkeeping blunders.
The Sun: Jack Wilshere says Manchester United sensation Adnan Januzaj should not be allowed to play for England. Also: Gus Poyet took over as Sunderland manager yesterday and vowed: I'll keep us up.
Daily Mail: Jack Wilshere has waded into the debate over Adnan Januzaj by claiming England should only pick players who are born in the country. Also: Harry Redknapp will donate the royalties from his outspoken autobiography to the Bobby Moore Fund to fight cancer.
The Independent: Jack Wilshere said yesterday that it would be wrong for the Football Association to push for the naturalisation of Manchester United teenager Adnan Januzaj, an option it has pursued in recent months with the player yet to choose for whom he will play international football. Also: The campaign to bring Premier League away tickets down to £20 is on the brink of a major breakthrough.
The Times: Jack Wilshere has made an outspoken contribution to the dual nationality debate by insisting that only bona fide Englishmen should be permitted to play for England. Also: Given his recent travails and his importance to the nation over the next seven days, Joe Hart may have expected an easy ride from him England team-mates this week, but sportsmen are not known for their sensitivity.
The Guardian: Jack Wilshere has called into question the Football Association's desire to gain Adnan Januzaj's international allegiance and insisted becoming naturalised after a period of living in England "does not make you English". Also: Gus Poyet avoided criticism of Paolo Di Canio at his unveiling as Sunderland's new manager head coach, but to the undoubted relief of the dressing room, promised a different style that would enable players to "feel comfortable" in their bid for Premier League survival.
Daily Telegraph: Strong resistance to the possibility of Adnan Januzaj representing England has come quickly and unequivocally from the England dressing room in the vocal form of Jack Wilshere. Also: Qatar won the 2022 World Cup bidding race before Fifa considered the inspection reports, according to the leader of the team who wrote the summaries.