What the papers say: Gallas spolis day of nostalgia for Adams

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The Sun Arsenal 1 Portsmouth 0
‘ONE-NIL to the Arsenal’ was the terrace chant Tony Adams loved to hear most when he was stomping around Highbury as an Arsenal player. 

The Mirror - Arsenal 1-0 Portsmouth: Gallas helps Gunners grind out win
Former captain William Gallas came to Arsenal's rescue to seal a 1-0 victory with a late headed winner which keeps the Gunners in the Barclays Premier League title chase.

The Daily Mail - Same old song as Adams falls short
The old songs were sung with gusto by Arsenal's fans. 'One Tony Adams' greeted the former captain as he returned to his former club for the first time as a manager. 

FORMER Arsenal captain William Gallas kept his side's title challenge just about breathing with a late headed winner against Portsmouth.

THE full-blooded roar which erupted from William Gallas after his match-winner probably had as much to do with sheer relief as it did with his normal goal celebration.

The Times - William Gallas is Arsenal's unlikely saviour
It is 50 years since Portsmouth beat Arsenal and yesterday that record appeared set to be smashed apart. A disjointed performance from Arsène Wenger’s team should have been exposed by a visiting side who, given their 4-1 home defeat by West Ham United on Boxing Day, were surprisingly sprightly and spirited. But a header from William Gallas in the 81st minute sealed their fate and plunged Tony Adams, the Portsmouth manager, into deeper trouble, having overseen only two victories since taking over from Harry Redknapp in October. 

The IndependentGallas ruins Adams' day of nostalgia
A tale of two former Arsenal captains. Both were beaming with smiles at the end, although why Tony Adams, the Portsmouth manager, was competing with the match-winner, William Gallas, in the Cheshire cat stakes was a surprise. Especially as he had just seen his team fall to a fourth consecutive league defeat, continue their slide down the table and is dealing with bids for a host of his star players. 

The Daily Telegraph - Tony Adams warns latest Arsenal young guns to raise their game
Tony Adams, one of the greatest players to captain Arsenal, has warned the new breed of Gunners that they have to earn the right of respect from the Emirates Stadium fans.

The Guardian - Wenger eyes Andrei Arshavin to fill midfield gaps
Arsène Wenger will move next month to bring Andrei Arshavin to Arsenal and he is cautiously optimistic about his chances of success. 

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