THE SUN: Roy Hodgson last night set out his masterplan to win the Euros this year. Also: Manchester City are the third-highest players in world sport according to a new survey; Howard Webb will referee Manchester City's date with destiny at Newcastle on Sunday.
DAILY MAIL: Roy Hodgson will talk to both John Terry and Rio Ferdinand in the hope of taking both players to the European Championship. Also: Some things will not change. Liverpool might finish the season winning two trophies but they still cannot win at home.
DAILY MIRROR: Roy Hodgson last night admitted he would have to be "on another planet" to think he was the fans' choice to manage England. Also: Everton took hold of Merseyside league bragging rights when they held on for a draw at Stoke as Liverpool crashed at home to Fulham.
DAILY EXPRESS: Roy Hodgson began his reign as England manager with an appeal for the nation to cut him some slack in his bid to convince sceptical supporters he is the right man for the job. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson will launch a £100million summer spending bonanza in a bid to prevent Manchester United being replaced by neighbours City as the dominant force in the Premier League.
DAILY STAR: Roy Hodgson last night insisted his Liverpool nightmare has prepared him for life in the England hot seat. Also: Liverpool last night fell further behind in the battle to be top dogs on Merseyside in the league this season.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Roy Hodgson signed a four-year deal as England manager yesterday and immediately made his mark, saying he would be "bitterly disappointed" if the team did not reach the Euro 2012 quarter-finals at least. Also: Manchester United forward Danny Welbeck remains on course to make England's Euro 2012 squad after a scan dispelled fears that he suffered a broken leg during Monday's 1-0 defeat against Manchester City.
THE TIMES: Roy Hodgson is planning to hold talks with John Terry and Rio Ferdinand to determine whether they are willing to play alongside each other for their country. Also: If a quirk of fate decreed that two of Roy Hodgson's former clubs should meet on the very day he was presented as England manager, it was one of his mistakes in the transfer market that helped Fulham to their first victory over Liverpool at Anfield.
THE GUARDIAN: Roy Hodgson began his tenure as England manager with an appeal for time from a sceptical public and an admission he would have to have been living "on another planet" not to realise many would have preferred Harry Redknapp to take the reins of the national side. Also: History was made at Anfield and in keeping with a woeful home campaign it was a slice Kenny Dalglish and Liverpool will want to forget as Fulham recorded their first win on Merseyside at the 49th attempt.
THE INDEPENDENT: Roy Hodgson said yesterday that one of his first tasks as England manager was to resolve any potential differences between John Terry and Rio Ferdinand over the race case involving the latter's brother Anton that threatens to divide the squad ahead of the European Championship. Also: England's worst fears about the Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck were eased last night when it emerged that he had badly bruised a leg, but not broken it, in the potentially pivotal derby defeat to Manchester City.