The Offside Daily – No offers for Chelsea ‘keeper, Arsenal tried to sign 15-year-old Messi and Wigan chairman apologises


10 of the biggest football stories of the day:

1. Sheffield United have reversed their decision to allow Ched Evans to train with them.

2. Dave Whelan has apologised over controversial comments he made in an interview recently.

3. Robbie Savage has suggested teams use foreign signings as a ready-made excuse as to why young footballers are not getting a chance.

4. The FIFA corruption report will be fully analysed by the organisations compliance chief.

5. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has received no offers for goalkeeper Petr Cech.

6. Bookmakers Paddy Power have paid out on Chelsea winning the Premier League after only 11 games. (Paddy Power)

7. Arsenal have nearly signed many World Class players over the years, but this one takes the cake. (BBC Sport)

8. How much would football stars from the 90’s cost nowadays? The Daily Mail has taken a look. (Daily Mail)

9. A 9 year old school boy applied for the Bolton job before it eventually was given to Neil Lennon. (Guardian)

10. DC Comic’s are launching a lawsuit against Valencia due to their logo resembling the DC Comic Batman. (Eurosport UK)

Today’s Offside Daily is brought to you by Julian Myles.


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