FRIDAY FOOTBALL RUMOURS: Chesterfield Spireites, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Derby County

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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

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

And nationally: 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. 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’. 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.