What the papers say: Arsenal want revenge for Babel dive

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The Sun - Gunners can still win the title

THIERRY HENRY’S heart tells him Arsenal can still win the title. It is a heart which has served Henry well. It told him his £16million move from the Gunners to Barcelona 18 months ago was the right one for his career.

The Daily Mail - Wenger still sore: Revenge in the air after Babel dive

Arsene Wenger will face Liverpooltomorrow still bitter about Ryan Babel's 'dive' which sent Arsenal out of the Champions League.

The Daily Express - WENGER'S BABEL RAP

ARSENE WENGER believes Dutchman Ryan Babel knocked Arsenal out of the Champions League last season with a dive.

The Times - Arsene Wenger keen to avenge Liverpool pain

Arsène Wenger is optimistic about Arsenal’s Champions League chances after being drawn against Roma in the first knockout round, arguably the easiest of the ties for the English clubs.

The Independent - Wenger still riled over Babel 'dive'

At the time Arsène Wenger couched his disappointment by claiming the hotly disputed penalty, that arguably ended Arsenal's campaign last season, dumping them out of the Champions League and deflating their title challenge, was "dodgy".

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger and Danny Fiszman close ranks

Arsenal bigwigs argue that boardroom upheaval will not weaken club's ability to compete for major honours.

The Guardian - Arsenal director denies boardroom instability

Arsenal director Danny Fiszman has denied that the acrimonious departure of Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith, which removed her 15.9% per cent share of the club from the directors "lockdown" agreement, means there will be ongoing instability at the Emirates.