Football: Morning paper talk

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A round-up of the football stories making the back pages of Thursday’s morning newspapers.
THE SUN
Roy Hodgson’s half-baked stars served up another stodgy dish with a Great English Turn Off at Wembley and it was ten times worse than England’s World Cup efforts in Brazil.
DAILY MIRROR
England stutter to a dull win over Norway with just two shots on goal but angry Roy Hodgson says they will be better against Switzerland. 
INDEPENDENT
It’s another false dawn as the young guns fail to fire England to glory against Norway.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling’s electric pace has given England some hope ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland.
DAILY STAR
Robin Van Persie has warned new team-mate Radamel Falcao that he faces a fight for his place at Manchester United.
DAILY MAIL
It’s the same old drab England as Roy Hodgson’s men struggle to beat Norway 1-0 and only 40,181 fans turning up to watch the game – the lowest attendance for an England match at Wembley since it reopened.
New Manchester United signing Angel Di Maria created three goals and scored one for Argentina as they hammered Germany 4-2 in Dusseldorf.
Cristiano Ronaldo says he loves Manchester United and will return to Old Trafford one day: “Everyone knows that – I have said it many times. Manchester is in my heart. I left many good friends there, the supporters are amazing and I wish I can come back one day.”

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