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The Sun - Gael: Gallas 'shattered' the Gunners
GAEL CLICHY has accused William Gallas of smashing Arsenal’s team morale.
The Mirror - Arsenal hero Nicklas Bendtner is £5m target for Spartak Moscow
Arsenal's Champions League hero Nicklas Bendtner is a £5million January target for Spartak Moscow. The Russians see the Danish forward as a replacement for Roman Pavlyuchenko following his £14m move to Spurs.
The Daily Mail - Arsenal skipper Fabregas insists return to the Bridge won't faze his predecessor Gallas
William Gallas, having been spared the wrath of Arsenal fans, must brace himself for a return to Chelsea - with whom his recent antics are sure to have struck a chord.
The Daily Express - HILL-WOOD GIVES WENGER BACKING
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood maintains it is "ridiculous" to suggest the board would "lose faith" in Arsene Wenger following a difficult spell at Emirates Stadium.
The Daily Star - DON'T WRITE US OFF YET
DEFIANT Cesc Fabregas last night insisted Arsenal will not give up on the title without a fight.
The Times - Cesc Fabregas sets sights on bringing down Chelsea
Cesc Fàbregas said it was business as usual on Tuesday night as he strived to play his normal game despite assuming the Arsenal captaincy, but if the North London club are to challenge for the Barclays Premier League title, Arsenal will have to go far beyond the typical on Sunday when they travel across the capital to face Chelsea.
The Independent - Arsenal get American makeover
Stan Kroenke's growing influence at Arsenal was clear yesterday after Ivan Gazidis became the club's new chief executive.
The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas says Arsenal must win at Chelsea to stay in Premier League title race
Cesc Fabregas has admitted that Arsenal's style may be better suited to European competition because opposing Premier League clubs simply focus on defending when they prepare to face his team.
The Guardian - Clichy accuses Gallas of 'shattering' team morale
Gaël Clichy last night broke ranks and accused the deposed Arsenal captain Wiliam Gallas of wrecking morale with his extraordinary outburst levelled against team-mates last week.
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