What the papers say: Cesc can be fab as Clichy reveals Gallas hurt

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The Sun - My heart and soul's at Arsenal
CESC FABREGAS insists his appointment as Arsenal captain proves once and for all that he has no intention of quitting The Emirates.

The Mirror - Gael Clichy: Arsenal squad were hurt by William Gallas comments
Gael Clichy last night revealed he was stung by William Gallas's outburst against his Arsenal team-mates.

The Daily Mail - Absolutely Fabregas captain Cesc can be our new Adams, say Gunners
Cesc Fabregas was revealed as the new Arsenal captain on Monday and encouraged to become a club legend like Tony Adams.

The Daily Express - WENGER: CESC CAN BE A FAB LEADER
CESC FABREGAS was appointed Arsenal’s new captain to launch a fresh era and told he can be another Tony Adams – the club’s greatest skipper.

The Daily Star - BOSS BACKS AXED GALLAS
ARSENE WENGER last night amazingly spoke of his respect for disgraced Arsenal star William Gallas.

The Times - Cesc Fabregas can be the new Tony Adams at Arsenal
Arsène Wenger appointed Cesc Fàbregas as Arsenal captain yesterday in the hope that he can follow the inspirational example of Tony Adams.

The Independent - Wenger calls in Fabregas to halt crisis
Arsene Wenger attempted to halt the crisis that is engulfing Arsenal's season by yesterday naming Cesc Fabregas as the club's new captain, permanently replacing William Gallas who was stripped of the honour after his outspoken criticism of his team-mates.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas takes Arsenal reins
Arsene Wenger appointed Cesc Fabregas as his new captain on Monday but admitted that he is uncertain if it will make the Spain midfielder more likely to stay at Arsenal in the long term.

The Guardian - Fábregas made captain as Wenger tries to heal rift
Arsène Wenger has appointed Cesc Fábregas as his permanent Arsenal captain but will welcome the deposed leader, William Gallas, back to his line-up against Dynamo Kiev tonight, confident that the centre-half remains fully committed to the club and will become "stronger as a player" now that he is back among the ranks.

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