What the papers say
A look at what is making the headlines on the back pages of Tuesday's press.
THE SUN - Manuel Pellegrini has warned Russian racists they will face a zero tolerance policy at the Etihad on Tuesday night. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has been slammed by FIFA for not substituting his KO'd keeper Hugo Lloris at Everton on Sunday... Sven-Goran Eriksson advised Roman Abramovich to buy Chelsea over Tottenham.
THE INDEPENDENT - The Professional Footballers' Association and FIFPro on Monday night led the calls for a change to the laws to ensure that any injured player who has lost consciousness is immediately substituted. Also: CSKA Moscow arrived in Manchester still aggrieved and defiant at the punishment handed out for the racial abuse suffered by City's Yaya Toure.
THE TIMES - David Moyes believes that Adnan Januzaj will get "kicked up and down" unless referees start to give the young Manchester United winger more protection. Also: CSKA Moscow have accepted their punishment for the racist abuse inflicted on Yaya Toure but believe the UEFA-imposed sanction - the partial closure of their stadium for one match - is an "overreaction" caused by "exaggerated" reports of the severity of the incident.
DAILY STAR - Tottenham have been slammed for allowing Hugo Lloris to play on after his horrific collision with Romelu Lukaku. Also: Calamity keeper Joe Hart accepts his 'rest' will benefit him in the long run... David Moyes fears rising star Adnan Januzaj has become a target of bullies at home and abroad.
DAILY MAIL - The footballers' union on Monday night led calls for anyone suspected of suffering concussion during a match to be automatically removed from the field of play. Also: David Moyes insists starlet Adnan Januzaj must be protected after Sascha Riether became the first player to be punished for an incident missed by referees... CSKA Moscow have again risked the wrath of Manchester City by insisting reports of Yaya Toure being racially abused in Russia had been exaggerated.
DAILY MIRROR - Fulham's Sascha Riether faces a three-match ban after becoming the first player to be judged by the Premier League's 'star chamber' of former referees. Also: Fernando Torres is set to miss Chelsea's Champions League clash with Schalke after limping out of training... David Moyes has backed Manchester United rising star Adnan Januzaj to beat the bullies at home and abroad.
THE GUARDIAN - CSKA Moscow's manager, Leonid Slutsky, has branded the fallout from Yaya Toure being racially abused by a section of fans an "overreaction" and said the situation had been exaggerated, though he was clear the club is against all racism. Also: The Premier League's expert group of doctors are to examine the rules around concussion and head injuries as Tottenham were forced to defend their decision to keep their goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, on the pitch in the face of widespread criticism from FIFA, players' unions and charities.
DAILY EXPRESS - Manuel Pellegrini told CSKA Moscow they got what they deserved following their stadium ban for the monkey taunts at Yaya Toure. Also: David Moyes admits he still has not read a word of Sir Alex Ferguson's latest book - but has packed a copy snugly in his suitcase for the trip to Real Sociedad... Arsene Wenger has warned his Premier League leaders they cannot allow themselves "a little breather" in their search for honours this season.
DAILY TELEGRAPH - David Moyes has demanded increased protection from referees for Adnan Januzaj after Fulham's Sascha Riether was charged by the Football Association for stamping on the Manchester United winger. Also: Tottenham have vigorously defended their actions in the aftermath of Hugo Lloris' head injury against Everton on Sunday after being accused of displaying an "irresponsible and reckless" attitude towards their goalkeeper's health.