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ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE
Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:
Fernando Torres has admitted there was a time when he did not care if Chelsea won or lost.
Republic of Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni left the Faroe Islands clinging to his job following a 4-1 victory.
West Ham striker Ricardo Vaz Te is out until the New Year following shoulder surgery.
Coventry have sacked Richard Shaw six weeks after assuring him his job was safe.
Burnley youth coach Terry Pashley is in temporary charge after the exit of Eddie Howe.
Shay Given admits Darren Bent is frustrated at his Aston Villa axing.
Roberto Mancini has identified Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets as his next big-name signing.
Jermaine Pennant has assured Wolves fans he is delighted to be at the club after tweeting he was "gutted" to leave Stoke.
Fernando Torres did not care whether Chelsea won or lost last season when he was out of the team.
Craig Levein's job is hanging by a thread after Scotland suffered another defeat.
Arsenal defender Johan Djourou is a £6m January target for Napoli.
Liverpool have dismissed the idea of making a £20m move for Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge in January.
Bolton are ready to pick from a managerial shortlist of Dougie Freedman, Mick McCarthy or Graeme Souness.
Tim Sherwood wants a face-to-face talk with Blackburn's owners before agreeing to manage the club.
England will play their World Cup qualifier against Poland today after a rain-lashed night in Warsaw.
Ricardo Vaz Te is out for the rest of the year after keyhole surgery on his dislocated shoulder.
Roma midfielder Daniele De Rossi is back on the Manchester City hitlist.
Liverpool would be interested in Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge only if they could take him on an initial loan period in January.
Owen Garvan has opened talks with Crystal Palace on a new deal to see off interest from his old club Ipswich.
Edgar Davids has snapped up former Ajax youth coach Ulrich Landvreugd to work alongside him at Barnet.
Shay Given admits he is frustrated after being axed by new Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert.
Joey Barton has been involved in another training ground bust-up and warned about his conduct in France.
Birmingham boss Lee Clark fears he could be sacked if the club get new owners.
Arsenal have arranged a behind-closed-doors practice match with a Chelsea XI to help speed up Jack Wilshere's return to first-team football.
Shay Given has vowed to regain the no.1 jersey at Aston Villa.
West Ham's Ricardo Vaz Te will be out of action for up to three months after surgery on his dislocated shoulder.
Referee Howard Webb wants to end his career at the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.
Prospective Port Vale owner Paul Wildes' £1.25m bid for the club is awaiting approval from the Football League.
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Chelsea are considering making another move for Marseille striker Loic Remy in January as a possible replacement for Daniel Sturridge.
Victor Wanyama's agent says it would be premature to say the Celtic star is close to an agreement over a new contract, despite the 21-year-old midfielder being offered an extension beyond the summer of 2014.