10/10/2012 08:05 BST

John Terry, Ashley Cole, Luis Suarez... What The Papers Say

THE TIMES: John Terry is ready to accept his four-match suspension for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand and face the prospect of further disciplinary action from his club. Also: David Moyes has declared his intention to take Everton back into Europe for the first time since 2010... Alan Curbishley has turned down the chance to succeed Owen Coyle as manager of Bolton.

THE SUN: England stars could be banned from playing for their country if they break a strict new code of conduct being brought in by the FA. Also: Luis Suarez is "cheating" football and diving is a "cancer" that must be cut out of the game, says FIFA boss Jim Boyce... Wayne Rooney wants to be an inspiration to England's young stars - like Eric Cantona was to Manchester United's kids.

THE INDEPENDENT: Newcastle's £24million shirt sponsorship deal with Wonga was engulfed in fresh controversy last night when the club's Muslim players were warned that wearing the new shirts would infringe Sharia law. Also: Gordon Banks has warned that the influx of foreign goalkeepers is destroying the standards of England's goalkeeping... Wales manager Chris Coleman faces mounting criticism as his side goes into reverse.

DAILY STAR: Roy Hodgson believes St George's Park will inspire England to become World Cup winners again. Also: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has already set his sights on becoming an England centurion... Stoke winger Michael Kightly has hit back at Liverpool's defence of Luis Suarez and claims the striker screams like a baby.

DAILY MAIL: Darren Clarke has won the race to become Europe's Ryder Cup captain at Gleneagles in 2014. Also: Joe Allen has promised Wales will not allow a feud between Gareth Bale and Charlie Adam to spill into their World Cup qualifying clash with Scotland... Newcastle boss Alan Pardew declared he is "overjoyed" the club's stadium name is reverting to St James' Park... Mick McCarthy and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last night emerged as the two leading contenders to replace Owen Coyle at Bolton.

DAILY MIRROR: Amir Khan reckons he will fight Ricky Hatton if it is for a world title. Also: Steven Gerrard insists England have 'no more excuses' after the £105million St George's Park training facility opened yesterday... Andre Villas-Boas has warned his Tottenham stars not to get carried away with their stunning run of form when they play Chelsea.

THE GUARDIAN: Newcastle's new £24million four-year sponsorship deal with Wonga has been greeted by a storm of protest from MPs, campaigners against debt and supporters. Also: FA chairman David Bernstein says England players will be left "under no illusions" following the introduction of a strict code of conduct governing off-the-pitch behaviour... Birmingham's Hong Kong-based owners have said they are in talks with two parties over the sale of the Championship club.

DAILY EXPRESS: Gordon Banks says Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is regretting not making a move for England goalkeeper Joe Hart when he was a virtual unknown at Shrewsbury. Also: Newcastle manager Alan Pardew admits he was left "hurt" when St James' Park's name was changed to the Sports Direct Arena.... Amir Khan admits his next fight. against Carlos Molina, could make or break his career... Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher is desperate for a return to Premier League action.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: David Bernstein's chances of being given a one-year extension as FA chairman will face their first hurdle next week when the FA Council meets to debate the issue. Also: Barcelona have said that a Spanish doctor, Dr Luis Garcia del Moral, who has been banned for life for his role in the Lance Armstrong affair has "never been on the payroll" at the Catalan club... England wing Chris Ashton has explained how being glassed in a nightclub attack has made him reassess life.