The Sun has an exclusive story tonight that referee officials have already held talks about not taking charge of Chelsea games and have even discussed strike action in response to the club claiming that referee Mark Clattenburg has made racist remarks.
Hopefully the officials will not strike, but the sooner this particular case is resolved, the better. The last thing we need is for the case to drag on.
Here are the Premier League news headlines tonight:
- Referees have held talks about not taking charge of Chelsea games and even discussed strike — The Sun
- Roberto Mancini’s three at the back for Manchester City lacks logic says Michael Cox — The Guardian
- DIRECTV PanAmericana and SKY Mexico acquire EPL rights in Latin America — Premier League
- QPR captain Park Ji-sung a major doubt for Reading match — The Independent
- Nemanja Vidic could be out until Christmas — Manchester Evening News
- Liverpool pair Jose Reina and Glen Johnson a doubt for visit of Newcastle — The Independent
- All 20 Premier League clubs will wear the poppy with pride on Remembrance Day — The Mail
- Danny Guthrie to miss crunch match for Reading against QPR — The Independent
- Swansea chief Huw Jenkins backs Cardiff’s Premier League push — BBC Sport
- Chelsea pair Juan Mata and David Luiz could miss out against Swansea — The Independent
- Brendan Rodgers says Luis Suarez is scapegoat for diving — The Telegraph
- Gaston Ramirez returns for Southampton ahead of West Brom match — The Independent
- Angry Di Matteo tells Ferguson to stop talking about Chelsea — The Guardian
- David Moyes insists team play most entertaining football in league — The Telegraph
- Everton manager comes out fighting in face of criticism from Liverpool — The Guardian
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