What the papers say: Wenger lambasts silent fans

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The Sun - Wenger blasts silent Gunners
ARSENE WENGER has told Arsenal fans to back his kids instead of moaning about their lack of success.

The Daily Mail - You're not singing any more: Gunners boss Wenger slams Arsenal fans for not getting behind his young team
Arsene Wenger has slammed Arsenal fans for not giving his team the support they deserve in their quest to end the club’s trophy drought.

The Daily Express - WENGER: FANS CAN CHEER UP
Arsene Wenger has given a stinging rebuke to Arsenal fans, urging them to show the faith and get behind his young Gunners, insisting they will deliver.

 

The Times - Arsène Wenger turns on charm to win over Arsenal's doubters
Imagine if Sir Alex Ferguson had to face 500 Manchester United supporters and answer questions about why his players were not scoring enough goals and why he was not spending more money in the transfer market. Arsène Wenger faced a similar test yesterday and the Arsenal manager came through the ordeal with his reputation enhanced.

The Independent - Wenger lambasts Arsenal fans
Arsenal yesterday unveiled a bust of their manager Arsène Wenger at the Emirates Stadium, half an hour after he had told the club's supporters that they were not providing enough vocal backing for his young team.

The Daily Telegraph - Eduardo da Silva set to make Arsenal comeback in three weeks
The Brazilian-born Croatia striker suffered a fractured left leg and open dislocation of his ankle in a Premier League match against Birmingham City in February and there were fears at the time that the injury could be career threatening.

The Guardian - Eduardo three weeks away from competitive action
Arsène Wenger has offered Arsenal supporters timely encouragement by indicating that Eduardo da Silva may make a surprise early return to the first-team set-up next month, but at the same time the Frenchman criticised the fans for not giving the team the support he feels they deserve.

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