What the papers say: Nasri brace gets Arsenal back on course

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The News Of The World ARSENE WENGER'S FANTASY FOOTBALL
ARSENE WENGER rammed his critics’ taunts down their throats as his young Arsenal team reignited their title challenge. 

The Sunday Mirror - Arsenal target proven stars Vincenzo Iaquinta and Daniele De Rossi in January
Arsenal have adopted a new scouting policy as manager Arsene Wenger looks to bolster his squad when the transfer window opens in January.

The Mail on Sunday - Arsenal manager Wenger: United defeat so important for Arsenal's young guns
Arsenal's under-pressure manager, Arsene Wenger, hailed his team's magnificent 2-1 Premier League victory over Manchester United - and claimed that it could be a decisive moment for his team of young stars.

The Sunday Express - FERGUSON: ARSENAL DEFEAT A BLOW
Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted Manchester United's quest for a Premier League title hat-trick was dealt a major blow with the 2-1 defeat by Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

The Daily Star Sunday - NASRI LIFTS ARSENAL ABOVE UNITED
SAMIR Nasri scored a brace for Arsenal as the Gunners bounced back from last week's defeat at Stoke to beat Manchester United.

The Sunday Telegraph - Defiant Arsene Wenger answers his Arsenal critics with Emirates win
When all around him were losing faith, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger maintained that his young squad had the mettle for a title challenge.

The Observer - Nasri double restores sparkle to Arsenal
This, writ large, was the conundrum that is the modern Arsenal. A team who surrender to Fulham, Hull and Stoke march out of the most thrilling contest of the English season with glorious victory over Manchester United. Europe's and England's champions bested, yet does anyone believe their conquerors will march on to the title?

The Sunday Times Arsenal silence the critics in beating Manchester United
A SMALL but vocal minority of Arsenal fans had spent all week giving Arsène Wenger “stick” after a couple of disappointing results. Shame on them. 

The Independent on Sunday - Wenger hits out at 'hysteria'
Arsenal's manager, Arsène Wenger, claimed vindication for his belief in pure football after his side defeated Manchester United 2-1 in the match of the season so far at the Emirates Stadium.

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