What the papers say: New sponsorship deals as Arsenal toil against Wigan

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News of the World - ARSENAL CHIEF DEMANDS MORE
ARSENAL chief executive Ivan Gazidis will consider ripping up £112million of the club’s sponsorship deals when he arrives at the Emirates next month.

The Sunday Mirror - Adebayor the difference as Arsenal fight their way to a win over Wigan
Emmanuel Adebayor grabbed the winner against Wigan as Arsenal earned the battling victory they wanted to prove they are Barclays Premier League title contenders.

The People - RANIERI GALLAS SWOOP
Claudio Ranieri is ready to rescue William Gallas with a January transfer bid for the sacked Arsenal captain.

The Sunday Mail - Arsenal 1 Wigan 0: Adebayor can't lift gloom at Emirates
The standard complaint of Arsenal fans is that their club places performance above points, style above stark results.

The Sunday Express - WENGER: LOOPHOLE MAY COST CLUBS
Arsene Wenger fears that football could be thrown into chaos by a little-known ruling that could have disastrous consequences for the game.

The Sunday Times - Adebayor strikes to rescue sluggish Arsenal
“ONE-NIL’” to the Arsenal could hardly be a chorus of acclaim. Less than a month ago, Wigan came here and lost humiliatingly 3-0 to a young Arsenal reserve team.

The Independent on Sunday - Adebayor strikes as Arsenal go for grit before glamour
It was all very well beating Chelsea the previous weekend, or indeed sending out a team of seraphs to torment this same opposition in the Carling Cup last month.

The Daily Telegraph - Mundane Arsenal fail to lift Emirates as Emmanuel Adebayor provides sole efftort
It wasn’t quite winning ugly but, by Arsenal standards, it wasn’t very pretty either.

The Observer - Eboué puts his foot in it as Arsenal make a meal of win
There are crystal clear reasons why everybody fully expected Arsenal to follow last weekend's victory at Stamford Bridge by tripping over their own bootlaces against Wigan.

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