What the papers say: Wenger backs Tony Adams as Pompey boss

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The News of the World - ARSENE WENGER TARGETS TOON THREE
ARSENE WENGER will start his radical transfer-window surgery with a three-pronged raid on Newcastle. 

The Mail on Sunday - Wenger backs Arsenal old-boy Adams to come good at Pompey
Tony Adams, once Arsene Wenger's talismanic captain at Arsenal, takes his Portsmouth side to the Emirates today for the first time as a fully fledged manager amid growing pressure after three straight league defeats.

The Sunday Express - WENGER: WE'RE STILL GUNNER WIN CROWN
Arsene Wenger last night claimed that Arsenal can win the Premier League – despite being a whopping 10 points behind leaders Liverpool.

The Daily Star Sunday - WENGER: WE CAN STILL WIN TITLE
Arsene Wenger last night insisted Arsenal can win the Premier League – despite being a whopping TEN points behind leaders Liverpool.

The Sunday TimesTony Adams must be given time, says Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger says Tony Adams should be given time to prove his worth at Portsmouth, and warns that England will never produce top managers if clubs continue to sack them in panic after six months. 

The Independent on Sunday - Adams returns home but odds are that he will be leaving soon
Tony Adams returns home today. Well, not so much "home" in the physical sense, as he never actually played at the Emirates, never raised his right arm there to trigger the offside trap that made him the bandleader of Highbury. But in the spiritual dimension, Adams's slippers will forever reside at the Arsenal.

The Sunday TelegraphArsene Wenger calls for Portsmouth to be patient with Tony Adams
Arsene Wenger has issued a warning to young managers and illustrious former players like Tony Adams over the possible "trap" of being fast-tracked into a top job.

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