What the papers say: Arsenal want to win on the cheap

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The Sun - We'll do it on the cheap
ARSENE WENGER admits Arsenal will once again try to win the title on the cheap.

The Mirror - Premier League preview: Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion
Celebrity predictions from The New Football Pools’ pundits:
John Barnes: Home win. Tony Cascarino: Home win. Graham Poll: Home win

The Daily Mail - Fully focused Wenger admits Gunners 'must win something'
They play football from a different planet, they turn strays into superstars and yet Arsenal cannot win the Barclays Premier League title.

The Daily Express - Nasri set to face Baggies
Samir Nasri could make his full Arsenal debut when the Barclays Premier League season kicks off against new boys West Bromwich Albion at Emirates Stadium on Saturday lunchtime.

The Times - Arsène Wenger vows to stick to his young guns
It is difficult not to agree with what Arsène Wenger says, unless you are a Tottenham Hotspur fan.

The Independent - 'I could spend £30m but I don't need to,' claims Wenger
After another parsimonious summer Arsène Wenger yesterday insisted he could spend £30m on a striker if he wanted to, but he did not need to.

The Guardian - Mowbray hopes to shock admirable Arsenal
It is not only his admiration for Arsenal's free-flowing football that prompts Tony Mowbray to claim he is looking forward to a daunting opening fixture at the Emirates.

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