What the papers say: Usmanov loses billions but pledges allegiance to Arsenal

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The Sun - Take it like a man, Ash
STEVEN GERRARD last night urged Ashley Cole to forget the England fan abuse and “take it as a man”.

The Daily Mail - Aaron Ramsey on the brink of making the step up to John Toshack's Wales squad
John Toshack is already planning a new injection of youth into his Wales squad as he prepares for the daunting prospect of a World Cup qualifier against Germany.  

The Daily Telegraph - Michel Platini's Premier League guidelines is pure politics
Unlike the 33 French professional footballers who ply their trade in the Premier League, Michel Platini, the Uefa president, is not a fan of much that goes on this side of the Channel.

The Guardian - Abramovich and Usmanov remain bullish as billions wiped from value of Russian oligarchs
The Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov last night said that he had no intention of selling his stake in Arsenal despite the global economic crisis, and compared his love for the club under Arsène Wenger to that of a "man for a woman".

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