From the Back Pages, June 6: Greg Dyke predicts Sepp Blatter’s arrest and rules out World Cup in England

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The Football Association chairman, Greg Dyke, has said he would bet on Sepp Blatter being arrested and predicted the outgoing Fifa president would be forced out within “a couple of months”. (The Guardian)

United facing legal action over disabled supporters. Club threatened with legal action after series of complaints about their treatment of disabled fans - including incident that saw stewards confiscate walking stick of fan in his eighties. (The Telegraph)

Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes team are facing more intense scrutiny after he slithered into a tyre barrier during a massive downpour that ended practice for the Canadian Grand Prix. (The Times)

Barcelona vs Juventus: Luis Suarez seeks happy ending from historic Barca treble. (The Independent)

UNAI EMERY has distanced himself from a possible move to West Ham by committing his future to Sevilla until 2017. (The Express)

Craig Kieswetter, the only England player to have been named man of the match in a world final, has announced his retirement because of a serious eye injury. (Daily Mail)

Brendan Rodgers is hanging onto his job as Liverpool boss after right-hand man Colin Pascoe was sacked. (The Mirror)

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