What the papers say: Gallas admits captaincy mistakes

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The Sun - Where are all the stars?

MY old Arsenal team-mate David Rocastle would be turning in his grave right now if he looked at what is happening with the Gunners, says Ian Wright.

The Times Nicklas Bendtner makes statement for Arsenal

Nicklas Bendtner stands to benefit from more playing time if Emmanuel Adebayor leaves, but the Arsenal forward made a strong case for inclusion on his own merits yesterday by scoring four times as Arsène Wenger's team crushed a Burgenland XI 10-2 in Austria.

The Independent - Gallas admits the folly of his Birmingham tantrum

The Arsenal captain William Gallas admitted for the first time yesterday that his bizarre behaviour on the pitch last season had been a "mistake". The Frenchman confessed in an interview that he had not always conducted himself as might have been expected having been the surprise choice to succeed Thierry Henry as captain last season.

The Mirror - Cesc Fabregas denies claims he wants to leave Arsenal

Cesc Fabregas insists he remains fully committed to Arsenal for the foreseeable future.

The Telegraph - Arsenal's Kolo Toure on track for the new Premier League season after malaria scare

Kolo Toure is expected to recover in time to start the new season despite catching malaria during the summer break.

The Daily Star - Wenger boys' 10-Gun salute

NICKLAS BENDTNER and Carlos Vela gave Arsene Wenger a major selection dilemma as Arsenal cruised to a 10-2 victory in Austria.

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