West Ham in the Sunday Papers
The News of the Word and The Telegraph both report on Sheffield United's claims that it is now West Ham's fault that they can't get promotion to the Premier League. They now want £50 million in compensation because they are too useless to achieve promotion.
The Sunday Mirror say that Anil Ambani, the Indian billionaire looking to buy a Premier League club, has short-listed T*ttenham and West Ham. Ambani is the sixth richest man in the world with an estimated fortune of £20 billion. Ambani, 49, has been told the Hammers could be purchased for £150 million, some £350 million less than he would be asked to find to take control of T*ttenham.
The News of the World report on Zola's training methods, "When they enjoy training, their performances are much better and when they are playing with a smile on their face then I’m sure the people who are watching will enjoy it too," says Zola
The Independent also have a lengthy report on Zola's football philosophy, "Entertainment is what we're here for. It's vital. It's not just a war where you need to get a victory at all costs. What we're doing is trying to give a smile to people and make it enjoyable."