From the Back Pages, September 18: John Terry slams ‘slow’ Chelsea as Schalke earn draw at Stamford Bridge

From the back pages
From the back pages

CHELSEA captain John Terry admits his team failed to kill off Schalke after surrendering a 1-0 lead at Stamford Bridge. (The Express)

Jonas Gutierrez has revealed that a collision with Arsenal’s Bacary Sagna led to the scan which detected his testicular cancer. (Daily Mail)

Daniel Sturridge could return for Liverpool for the Merseyside derby after starting light training at Melwood. (The Mirror)

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future as Cardiff manager is in doubt after the Norwegian held talks with the club’s hierarchy in London on Wednesday. (The Guardian)

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has extended his contract at the club until June 2018. (The Independent)

Premiership clubs agreed to make important changes to the salary cap system in England. The gradual expansion of the system will allow the clubs a level of control of their players that is in stark contrast to France, where a club-versus-country conflict erupted yesterday. (The Times)

Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale has become the first county cricketer to be accused of a racism offence after he was charged on Wednesday by the England & Wales Cricket Board. (The Telegraph)