What the papers say: Rocking Robin denies Gallas rift

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The Sun - Van Persie blast to rivals
ARSENAL’S stars have warned: We’re back in the title race.

The Mirror - Middlesbrough targeting Arsenal youngster Armand Traore
Gareth Southgate is ready to snatch Arsenal's young French star Armand Traore from under the noses of Portsmouth.

The Daily Mail - Just watch out for my youngsters too, Arsene, says Burnley's Coyle
While it is easy to understand the very public difficulties Arsene Wenger has suffered with his frustrating Arsenal team recently, there are some in football whose day-to-day existence is a little more taxing.

The Express -  ROBIN: I WAS NOT TARGET OF OUTBURST
Robin van Persie does not believe he is the disruptive influence in the Arsenal dressing room described by team-mate William Gallas.

The Guardian - Van Persie dismisses talk of feud with Gallas
Robin van Persie was in no mood to wash his dirty linen in public. The Arsenal striker, the adrenaline still pumping after his two goals had defeated Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and revived a faltering challenge for the title, was midway through a eulogy about the club's "team spirit" when the inevitable question was put to him.

The Daily Telegraph - Burnley manager Owen Coyle targets Arsenal youngsters in Carling Cup
Burnley manager Owen Coyle plans to enhance his flourishing reputation as a giant-killer and achieve what no one else has this season by taming Arsenal's rampant Carling Cup youngsters.

The Times - Emmanuel Adebayor reveals Arsenal's Achilles heel
Emmanuel Adebayor exposed the deficiency at the heart of Arsenal’s inconsistent season yesterday by admitting that they struggle to concentrate against supposed lesser teams in the Barclays Premier League.

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