From the Back Pages, November 13: Vicente del Bosque suspects foul play by Jose Mourinho over Cesc Fabregas injury

From the back pages
From the back pages

SPAIN coach Vicente del Bosque suspects there is nothing wrong with Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas. (The Express)

Chelsea players weren’t prepared to work hard for Andre Villas-Boas, meaning his time in charge was always destined to be short-lived. (Daily Mail)

Veteran striker Didier Drogba has dropped a huge hint that this season could be his last in football. (The Independent)

Fifa’s ethics committee judge will on Thursday deliver his summary of a long awaited investigation into the controversial World Cup bidding process but is not believed to have uncovered evidence that would justify stripping Qatar of the 2022 tournament. (The Guardian)

Michael Carrick was tonight ruled out of England’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Slovenia - to plunge Manchester United into further injury chaos. (The Mirror)

Sheffield United now face a financial dilemma over whether to offer Ched Evans a contract after one of their shirt sponsors threatened to withdraw its support for the club if they re-sign the convicted rapist. (The Times)

Moeen Ali has stopped bowling the doosra fearing he could be banned from international cricket following the recent crackdown on suspect actions. Moeen has worked hard on developing a doosra over the past couple of years and became the first England spinner to bowl the delivery in a Test match against Sri Lanka at Headingley last summer. (The Telegraph)