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FIFA President Sepp Blatter suggests that teams found guilty of poaching players should be docked points in future, as opposed to the fine and transfer ban with which Chelsea were punished last week. "You have to touch them where it hurts," says Blatter. "Take away points and you will see it is finished."
After a busy night of World Cup qualifiers, Scotland captain Darren Fletcher was left to lament his side's early exit. "All the players have got to take a look at themselves - it wasn't good enough," says a forthright Fletch.
Meanwhile, The Daily Star uses Inside United's interview with Sir Alex Ferguson to reveal that new signing Gabriel Obertan is on the road to recovery, despite a spinal injury going undetected for 18 months during his time in France.