What the papers say: Arsenal can only win title if first 11 stay fit

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The Sun - Wenger has his fingers crossed
ARSENE WENGER will be crossing his fingers his first XI stay fit all season — because that is the ONLY way Arsenal can win the title.

The Daily Mail - Ramsey could play as injury ravaged Gunners now lose Cesc
With Steve McClaren preparing to trot out another hard luck story, Arsene Wenger has a genuine tale of woe after confirming that an injury to Cesc Fabregas will keep him out until September.

The Daily Express - Wenger boys must be men in Europe
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been rocked by the loss of nine players for a Champions League qualifier against FC Twente he admits he dare not lose.

The Daily Star - I’m Gunner show you
Arsene Wenger yesterday warned Steve McClaren he faces a daunting challenge trying to revive his career in Holland.

The Times - Aaron Ramsey set to start for Arsenal
Arsenal’s smooth progress into the Champions League group stage is being threatened by a series of injuries that could force 17-year-old Aaron Ramsey, who signed for £4.8 million from Cardiff City in the summer, into the team against FC Twente tonight.

The Independent - Wenger turns to Ramsey as injury woes continue
Arsène Wenger has always been an advocate of throwing his youngsters in as early as possible but with the season not even started he no longer has a choice.

The Guardian - Fábregas out as Arsenal hit by injury crisis
Arsène Wenger admitted he faced his most problematic start to a season in terms of injuries as he prepared for the first leg of the final Champions League qualifying round against Steve McClaren's FC Twente tonight without Cesc Fábregas and a host of other key players.

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