What the back pages say on Tuesday, April 13: Grass farce as FA can't fix Wembley pitch and Manchester City star Carlos Tevez on football, family and foes

DAILY MAIL: Wembley's pitch fiasco may not be solved in time for the FA Cup final or England's vital World Cup preparation friendly against Mexico. READ MORE

Also: Welcome to Manchester? Carlos Tevez was already there, swapping the red corner for the blue corner last summer. READ MORE

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Hot streak: Tevez is in the form of his life for Manchester City

THE SUN: Manchester United are ready to take a massive hit on Dimitar Berbatov and dump him at the end of the season.

Also: Carlo Ancelotti has told Alex Ferguson: You can't play mind games with me.

DAILY STAR: Carlo Ancelotti last night warned his Chelsea stars: Don't let Fergie's mind games wreck your title dreams.

Also: UEFA have told FA Cup heroes Portsmouth they will be allowed to play in Europe next season.

DAILY MIRROR: Dimitar Berbatov's Manchester United future will be decided tomorrow at Sir Alex Ferguson's massive summit meeting.

Also: Chelsea chief Carlo Ancelotti last night told Sir Alex Ferguson to give the mind-games a rest and warned the Manchester United boss: "Nothing you say can make a difference."

THE GUARDIAN: Carlo Ancelotti has urged his Chelsea players to ignore Sir Alex
Ferguson's suggestions that the Premier League title is as good as regained and
instead focus on a game he considers "the most important of our season" against Bolton Wanderers this evening.

Also: Avram Grant expects to have his first-choice Portsmouth team available for selection in the FA Cup final against Chelsea after key players indicated a willingness to waive lucrative clauses in their contracts.

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Grounds for complaint: Spurs players have slammed the Wembley surface

THE INDEPENDENT: Portsmouth will make a late application for permission to play in Europe next season but their chances of success are slim at best, and hinge on emerging from administration imminently, an outcome nobody at the club expects.

Also: The course of the future ownership of Arsenal took an unexpected turn yesterday when it emerged that Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith, the club's fourth largest shareholder, was seeking a buyer for her stake.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: The Wembley pitch will be relaid every three months as the
Football Association seeks to end criticism of the playing surface at the stadium that has become a regular source of embarrassment.

Also: Portsmouth are confident of being at full strength for the FA Cup final after the players agreed to forego their bonuses and steps were taken yesterday to renegotiate the loan agreement with Lens for Aruna Dindane.

DAILY EXPRESS: The future of Arsenal has taken a shock twist with a major shareholder moving to derail Stan Kroenke's expected takeover.

Also: Fernando Torres will remain in Spain for the next 48 hours as Liverpool fret over the knee injury that could limit his involvement over the remainder of the season.

THE TIMES: The Football Association came under intense pressure last night to find a solution to the problems with the pitch at Wembley Stadium.

Also: Liverpool's anxious wait to discover the extent of the knee injury that kept
Fernando Torres out of Sunday's goalless draw at home to Fulham is set to continue after the forward remained in Spain to undergo further assessment.

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