What the papers say: Monday

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The Sun - Arsenal are not scary any more
STEVE SIDWELL insists teams are not scared of Arsenal any more.

The Daily Mail - Does Arsene know what's going wrong with inconsistent Gunners?
A banner unfurled at every Arsenal home game simply reads: ‘Arsene Knows’. Oh yes, Arsene knows. The Arsenal manager knows that a team constructed for the princely sum of £25m cannot hope to win the Barclays Premier League.

The Times - Arsene Wenger left to fear the worst about Arsenal's title chances
You could conclude that Steve Sidwell is an embittered, failed Arsenal player when he said that his former club appear the most vulnerable of the Barclays Premier League’s top four clubs.

The Independent - Wenger shocked by surrender
Maybe that victory over Manchester United was a raging against the dying of the light after all. Certainly there was barely a flicker as Aston Villa comprehensively defeated Arsenal with their midfielder Steve Sidwell even venturing to declare what has been thought by opponents – but left largely unspoken – this season.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger at a loss to explain Arsenal's fading Premier League title challenge
They have some of the best youngsters in the Premier League, capable of playing with raw, unfettered passion and verve. And they have shown this season they can play with intelligence and style, possessing qualities few can boast.

The Guardian - Sides fancy their chances against Arsenal, says Sidwell
The aura of invincibility Arsenal once exuded has been damaged to such an extent that the clubs with aspirations to break into the Premier League's top four, currently led by Aston Villa, have identified Arsène Wenger's side as the most vulnerable of them.

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