THE SUN: David Beckham has been branded a cry baby and a whinger by a furious Slovakia player.

DAILY MIRROR: Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo yesterday threatened to pull his team out of Formula One if plans to handicap top drivers are carried out.

DAILY STAR: England stars Emile Heskey and Ashley Cole were yesterday given an official apology for the sickening racist abuse they suffered in Slovakia.

DAILY MAIL: The BBC are bidding to snatch Formula One back from ITV.

DAILY EXPRESS: FA chiefs have launched a crackdown on racism and violent behaviour among England fans after admitting a return of the "attitudes of old".

THE TIMES: If expressing condemnation were a spectator sport, England would have leapt to the top of the world rankings in one fell swoop yesterday but, while players and officials again voiced their concern at the racism and baton-charges that left another weekend of international football scarred and disconfigured by hatred, there was also a growing consensus that the spotlight should be turned inwards as well as out.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: The Professional Footballers' Association will meet officials from Leicester City tomorrow to try to solve the crisis which is threatening to put the First Division club into administration.

THE INDEPENDENT: Roy Keane will face a Football Association disciplinary committee in Bolton today to answer two charges relating to comments made about the Manchester City Alfie Inge Haaland in his recently released autobiography.

THE GUARDIAN: Tim Henman is wrestling with a dilemma for the modern sportsman. He has bought flying hours with a private jet company in readiness to commute this week between Madrid and London, where his wife Lucy is expecting their first child any day.