Will Chesterfield’s new signing make an impression tomorrow? Plus today’s back pages and football rumours:
Chesterfield have signed teenage striker Mason Bennett from Derby County on a month’s loan. Full story: DT
Spireites have signed 17- year-old striker Mason Bennett from Derby County on a month’s loan. Manager Paul Cook has indicated he’s likely to be on the bench for Saturday’s home match with play-off positioned Oxford United. Full story: DT
Mason Bennett will be in the Chesterfield squad when the League Two leaders host fellow promotion hopefuls Oxford. Full story: DT
STEVE McClaren sees young striker Mason Bennett as a big player for Derby County next season. Full story: DT http://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/Derby-County-Spireites-loan-suit-Mason-Bennett/story-20807075-detail/story.html#ixzz2vwFU7Lt6
PAULO Wanchope believes Derby County’s coaching staff have got what it takes to lead the Rams back to the Premier League. Full story: DT
Stuart Gray is urging his players to be proud of the performance at Wigan and pick themselves up for tomorrow’s visit of Birmingham. Full story: DT
Wednesday have not exactly struggled since Connor Wickham left. And Matty Fryatt’s successful spell with the club came before the great revival under Stuart Gray. Full story: DT
Nigel Clough has predicted Sheffield United’s march into the semi-finals of the FA Cup could accelerate their bid to regain Championship status. Full story: DT
Jose Baxter believes Sheffield United’s mental discipline has been the driving force behind their 10 match winning streak. Full story: DT
www.independent.co.uk: Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has revealed in a post on his official Facebook account that he picked up the injury which forced him off at half-time during Arsenal’s 1-1 Champions League draw at Bayern Munich on Tuesday night in only the second minute of the match.
www.telegraph.co.uk: Liverpool owner John W Henry knows good value when he sees it - he must offer Brendan Rodgers a new deal. Liverpool’s transformation into title contenders within the space of 12 months can be put down almost entirely to Brendan Rodgers’s ‘coaching and training’.
www.express.co.uk: The Football Association have decided against appealing against the length of Nicolas Anelka’s five-match ban, issued by an independent commission for his anti-Semitic gesture.