From the Back Pages, October 28: Chelsea captain John Terry claims to have been HEADLOCKED at every corner at Old Trafford

From the back pages
From the back pages

CHELSEA captain John Terry has hit out at Manchester United following the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford yesterday. (The Express)

Juan Mata has blown his chance at Manchester United and return of Wayne Rooney means his long-term future looks bleak. Mark Ogden: Wayne Rooney’s return this weekend is likely to close the door to the No 10 position and signal end of Juan Mata. (The Telegraph)

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie was labelled “stupid” by his manager Louis van Gaal after removing his shirt as he celebrated his last-gasp equaliser against Chelsea. (The Independent)

French football legend Zinedine Zidane has been suspended from coaching for three months by Spanish authorities. (The Mirror)

Takeover talks between Crystal Palace and the American businessman Josh Harris are at such an advanced stage that the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers owner is poised to enter a period of due diligence on the club. (The Guardian)

Charlie Austin gave QPR an early lead against Aston Villa at Loftus Road as Harry Redknapp’s side look to move off the bottom of the Premier League. The striker doubled his tally on 68 minutes with his fourth of the season. Paul Lambert’s side are only two points off the bottom three and have not scored a goal in their last four games. (Daily Mail)

The Marussia Formula One team have gone up for sale as administrators moved in to attempt to keep the squad alive. (The Times)