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Today's sports pages: Monday, March 9

SportBy Shuki Byrne
Back pages: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hat hit out at the referee of FA Cup clash with Blackburn
Back pages: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hat hit out at the referee of FA Cup clash with Blackburn

These are the stories taking up the back pages today.

Irish Independent: Rebels land first blow; Cuthbert wary despite 11-point drubbing of All-Ireland champions. 

Also: Cheltenham latest news with Richard Forristal. Also: Skrtel scare as Reds draw blank in cup. 

Herald: Angel set to take flight; United's £60 million flop puts house up for sale. 

Also: English delight at silver medal in Euros. Also: Rock gets Dubs out of jail in Croker. 

Irish Mirror: Rodgers anger as Liverpool are made to wait for Wembley; Liverpool manager blames referee for denying team win against Blackburn. 

Also: Baggies fuming over the Villa crowd trouble they claim put players in danger. Also: 32-page Cheltenham pullout. 

Irish Examiner: 'We're going to be in the fight we didn't want to be in'; Davy Fitzgerald on Clare's relegation fears. 

Also: Marking your card at Cheltenham. Also: European indoor silver for Donegal man Mark English. 

Irish Times: English delights as he finishes strongly to take silver; The 21-year-old finishes second behind Lewandowski in the 800m final. 

Also: Deja vu as Cork take chance to trounce Kerry. Also: Arsenal looks to bury November ghost with win at Old Trafford. 

Irish Sun: Cup of chaos; Replay will be month away. 

Also: 16-page Cheltenham pullout ahead of tomorrow's festival. Also: FA Cup glory can put us right back on title trail, says Giggs.