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The Sun - Say sorry or lose £10m
WILLIAM GALLAS has 10 million reasons to say sorry to his Arsenal team-mates. The French ace is on a megabucks deal which will see him earn £10m between now and 2011.
The Mirror - William Gallas set to be recalled by Arsenal for Champions League tie
Arsene Wenger last night hinted he is ready to recall bad boy William Gallas for tomorrow’s Champions League tie with Dynamo Kiev.
The Daily Mail - Outspoken Gallas set for an immediate Gunners comeback as Wenger makes U-turn
Arsene Wenger is considering recalling William Gallas for Arsenal’s Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev on Tuesday night. Wenger stripped Gallas of the captaincy last Friday after the French defender exposed a series of dressing room bust-ups at the club.
The Daily Express - WENGER OFFERS GALLAS CHANCE OF SHOCK RECALL
ARSENE WENGER will consider a shock recall for axed Arsenal skipper William Gallas if he apologises to his team-mates today.
The Daily Star - GOBBY GALLAS IS BACK
WILLIAM GALLAS is set for a shock recall to the Arsenal team tomorrow.
The Times - William Gallas given another chance at Arsenal by Arsene Wenger
William Gallas is in contention for a rapid return for Arsenal tomorrow, but Arsène Wenger will assess his mood and behaviour in training today before deciding whether to include him in his squad for the Champions League tie against Dynamo Kiev.
The Independent - Apology may decide if Gallas is back for Kiev
The most instructive part of Arsène Wenger's account was the aside he threw out as he walked away towards the desolation of the team bus. "Fabregas, perhaps Gallas," he responded, when invited to say who might be restored to Arsenal's depleted and devastated side for tomorrow's Champions league encounter with Dynamo Kiev.
The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas tipped to succeed William Gallas as Arsenal captain
Cesc Fabregas is the leading candidate to replace William Gallas as Arsenal captain after the Frenchman was stripped of the armband by manager Arsene Wenger.
The Guardian - Gallas set for recall but will not apologise
Arsène Wenger has suggested he could recall William Gallas to his starting Arsenal line-up for tomorrow night's Champions League fixture with Dynamo Kiev at the Emirates Stadium.
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