What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines from today's national press.
THE TIMES: David Moyes said he took "complete responsibility" for Manchester United's troubles after admitting he has problems all over the pitch. Also: Roy Keane has reopened his bitter feud with Sir Alex Ferguson, accusing the former Manchester united manager of still seeking control because of his "massive ego".
THE INDEPENDENT: Alastair Cook's future as the England captain is in deep jeopardy after two heavy defeats in the Ashes series. Also: Revenge served icily and carefully cold. Roy Keane has dismissed Sir Alex Ferguson's account of the relationship between the two and Keane's hurried departure from Old Trafford as "nonsense" and "wrong", and even rejected attempts by the former United manager to praise him as "insulting".
DAILY MAIL: The players at the centre of spot-fixing allegations could be banned from playing at least until the National Crime Agency investigation has run its course. Also: David Moyes has admitted that he was to blame for Manchester United's two recent home defeats.
DAILY MIRROR: Roy Keane has claimed Sir Alex Ferguson is still power-hungry - seven months after he retired at Manchester United. Also: David Moyes has admitted the buck stops with him as he tries to haul Manchester United out of their current crisis.
DAILY STAR: Roy Keane has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of undermining Manchester United boss David Moyes. Also: Football's authorities have been told to shape up and sort out the spot-fixing crisis that has rocked the game.
THE SUN: Alex Ferguson has been accused of undermining Manchester United manager David Moyes. Also: Manuel Pellegrini is to make Joe Hart his No 1 again, insisting: "I trust in him."
THE GUARDIAN: David Moyes has said he will take the blame for Manchester United's erratic results in his first season as manager, describing it as a "tough" introduction to life after Sir Alex Ferguson and admitting the tam need to improve in every department. Also: The Football Association would consider signing up to a cross-sport anti-corruption body that would provide a rapid response to allegations of match and spot-fixing.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Alastair Cook has revealed that he held talks with Kevin Pietersen to determine whether the batsman remains committed to playing Test cricket for England. Also: Any thoughts that the National Crime Agency's match-fixing investigations may be confined to the lower reaches of English football were swept aside yesterday when Blackburn Rovers confirmed that their striker DJ Campbell had been arrested in connection with a spot-fixing inquiry.
DAILY EXPRESS: Roy Keane has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of still trying to exert "control and power" at Manchester United - and says that his "massive ego" is undermining David Moyes. Also: Alastair Cook has admitted that his own lack of runs is in danger of undermining his authority as England captain.