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The Sun - Fergie: Stop Arsene abuse
ALEX FERGUSON has told Manchester United fans: Stop your vile Arsene Wenger chants.
The Daily Mail - No surrender! Wenger digs in his heels as Arsenal fans show the first signs of revolt
Arsene Wenger has warned disillusioned Arsenal fans that he will never sacrifice his principles despite a barrage of criticism over his team’s alarming slump.
The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER COMMITTED TO THE ARSENAL CAUSE
Arsene Wenger has seen his squad demoralised by dropping points against Tottenham and Stoke but he believes they are good enough to bounce back and mount a Barclays Premier League title challenge.
The Daily Star - LAY OFF THE BOOS... OR IT COULD BE JEER-IO TO WENG AND FAB
When it comes to high-profile departures, they don’t come much bigger than Cesc Fabregas and Arsene Wenger.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger calls on Arsenal to prove critics wrong against Manchester United
Arsene Wenger called on his young guns to return to winning ways against Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium, and prove to a growing number of cynics that his team are capable of winning trophies.
The Guardian - I will be proved right in the end, claims Wenger
Arsène Wenger yesterday put forward a passionate defence of his methods and beliefs, and insisted that the Premier League title will not be decided by the result of today's showdown with Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium.
The Times - Arsène Wenger determined to face his critics on front foot
The sticks and stones hurled by opponents may break his players' bones, but words will never hurt Arsène Wenger.
The Independent - Arsene knows (or maybe he doesn't)
He is revered for his footballing instincts, but many were surprised when Arsène Wenger refused to splash out in the summer. Three months later his young side look increasingly fragile – making today's game against Manchester United a crucial test for the whole club.
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