17 October-2014

Today's front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo…

Plan Barca

Carlo’s notebook

A programme to break the Liverpool spell and go into the Clasico at full fitness

He will keep Ramos in reserve

The whole team defends

Attention to the danger of Messi in his new position

Concentration at set-pieces

Ebola disrupts the African Nations Cup; the first international competition brought to a standstill by the lethal virus

Twenty-six La Liga dressing rooms awaiting the decision

El Cholo annoyed; Simeone lectures his players behind closed doors and demands more intensity from them

Ex-United and Chelsea man; Peter Kenyon, star signing in the offices

Pique’s outside influences; his attitude off the pitch tarnishes his status as a central defender

Languages on the bench; foreigners in La Segunda get only 41 per cent of minutes played

Another SOS from Zaragoza; the tax agency asks for €25m

Del Bosque takes stock ahead of the new era

“I won’t go before France 2016, neither will I continue afterwards”

“My case is not comparable to that of Orenga and Moya”

“If Casillas doesn’t play with his club it will make it difficult for him to come”

“I don’t feel responsible for the elimination of the Under-21s”

Tax authority demands push Zaragoza towards the brink of extinction

The tax office director accuses Tebas

Clasico tickets for the members sell out in 20 minutes

Simeone: “I don’t care about his national team!”

He accuses his players of a lack of intensity

Morocco refuses to organise the African Nations Cup for fear of Ebola

Excited: Luis Suarez, Messi and Neymar, the luxury trident, ready for El Clasico

Top Secret: Xavi’s agent, in Manchester

The draw for the last 32 is today; the Cup, now it gets serious

Ancelotti: “I see a more motivated Barca”

“With Luis Enrique, along with the new players, they are a more competitive team”