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Wednesday, 19 February, 2003, 02:22 GMT
The gossip column
All the football speculation from Wednesday's newspapers

Sir Alex Ferguson blames Arsenal for the news of his spat with David Beckham being leaked to the press. (The Guardian)

Arsenal's players are having anger management lessons to prevent disciplinary problems at Highbury. (The Sun)

Everton have signed Wayne Rooney's 12-year-old brother John, who the club say could be an even better player. (The Sun)

Gossip you've heard
Adam Kristall, Leeds
I live round the corner from Terry Venables and last week I saw Darren Anderton driving into his house

Jean Tigana is on the brink of quitting Fulham because his team are being made to play twice in three days to maximise TV earnings. (Daily Mirror)

Vinny Samways will return to English football with a move to Walsall. (Daily Mirror)

Sven-Goran Eriksson is facing a player revolt over a friendly trip to South Africa in May. (Daily Express)

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