What the papers say: European teams are scared of Arsenal, claims Walcott

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The Sun - I still dream of England
MANUEL ALMUNIA is keeping the England door open after ruling out ever playing for Spain.

The Daily Mail - Veteran Silvestre relishing chance to lead young Gunners
Veteran Mikael Silvestre is happy to be the elder statesman helping guide a young Arsenal side he feels can grow in stature following their stunning 5-2 Champions League win over Fenerbahce in Istanbul.   

The Daily Express - FAB WIN PUTTING CESC ON DISPLAY
ARSENAL’S ability to win trophies and the future of prized asset Cesc Fabregas are again inextricably entwined.

The Daily Star - WAL SCARE THE LOT OF ’EM
THEO Walcott believes Arsenal have got the rest of Europe running scared after the 5-2 thrashing of Fenerbahce in the Champions League.

The Times - Manuel Almunia remains open to England call-up
Manuel Almunia is all too happy to mention the war for a man who was only recently ridiculed as resembling his hapless namesake from Fawlty Towers. Indeed, the Arsenal goalkeeper is on the brink of becoming a soldier of fortune, because he is ready to turn his back on Spain and is increasingly open to the possibility of playing for England.

The Independent - Arsenal duo teach Aragones lesson
Revenge does not feature in the pre-match motivational team briefings that Arsenal have been using this season, but for two of their players there was the quiet satisfaction of, well, getting one over Luis Aragones in the embarrassing demolition of Fenerbahce and their proud home record.   

The Daily Telegraph - Theo Walcott: Teams scared to play Arsenal
Theo Walcott believes Arsenal's remarkable 5-2 win over Fenerbahce, in the cauldron of the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium, has sent a daunting message to the rest of Europe.

The Guardian - Arsenal's Turkish stroll was like a training match, says Almunia
Manuel Almunia has endorsed the feeling that the Champions League group phase has largely failed to capture the imagination of English audiences by admitting that Arsenal's 5-2 romp over Fenerbahce in Istanbul on Tuesday "seemed like a training game".

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