What the papers say: Arsenal will win nothing if we don't improve, says Silvestre

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The Sun - Silvestre: We must do better
MIKAEL SILVESTRE admits Arsenal will win nothing this term if they keep delivering repeats of their disaster in Porto. 

The Daily Mirror - Mikael Silvestre slams Arsenal's disappointing season
The Arsenal defender gave his damning verdict with the Gunners eight points behind in the Premier League title race, out of the Carling Cup and facing a tough draw in the Champions League knock-out stage after defeat in Porto.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal defender Silvestre warns Wenger's kids: Don't slip up again
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger expects to have five of those missing from the team beaten in Porto back for tomorrow's trip to Middlesbrough.

The Daily Express - WE’LL WIN NOTHING PLAYING LIKE THIS
Mikael Silvestre believes Arsenal will not win any silverware this season on current form.

The Times - William Gallas and Nicklas Bendtner may be set for Arsenal exit
William Gallas and Nicklas Bendtner could be allowed to leave Arsenal next month as part of Arsène Wenger’s plan to freshen up his squad after a disappointing start to the season.

The Independent James Lawton: Familiarity breeds only discontent
Arsenal's spineless performance typified a wretched week for the Champions League.

The Daily Telegraph - William Gallas and Nicklas Bendtner set for Arsenal exit?
Arsene Wenger may allow Nicklas Bendtner and William Gallas to leave Arsenal in next month's transfer window in a bid to freshen up his squad after a poor start to the season.

The Guardian - We'll win nothing performing like this - Silvestre
Mikaël Silvestre has sounded a warning about Arsenal's urgent need for improvement and greater consistency as the club look to finish a difficult week on a high with a positive result at Middlesbrough tomorrow lunchtime.

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