What the papers say: Wenger wants boo boys to give Adebayor a break

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The Sun - Arsenal 1 West Brom 0
ARSENE WENGER reckons he has unearthed another diamond as no other boss was brave enough to take a punt on Samir Nasri.

The Daily Mail - Nasri does the business as Arsenal shine on opening day to leave Mowbray in awe
For the price of a return rail fare from East Anglia to Arsenal, Tony Mowbray learned the secrets of the School of Science.

The Daily Express - Arsenal new boy up for the fight
SAMIR NASRI took to his first taste of the Premier League like a ‘canard’ to ‘l’eau’, but he knows that skill is not enough in the most competitive arena in the world.

The Daily Star - Wenger: We’ll win the title
THE new season is only a day old – but Arsene Wenger insists: “We will win the title.”

The Times - Arsène Wenger defends striker
Arsène Wenger has begged Arsenal fans to forgive and forget after Emmanuel Adebayor was booed during his team’s 1-0 win at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

The Independent - Arsenal 1 West Bromwich Albion 0: Wenger's limited reserves temper title aspirations
"There is always expectation around a club like Arsenal," said Brian Marwood in the club's opening day match programme.

The Telegraph - Arsenal hail new hero Samir Nasri after opening-day victory over West Brom
The Emirates Stadium has a new young emperor but on the day Samir Nasri delivered such a dazzling debut there were rumbles of discontent over Emmanuel Adebayor. Nasri has already won his place in Arsenal hearts but his Togolese team-mate is being left out in the cold.

The Guardian - Nasri slots sharply into Wenger's scheme of things
It was as Samir Nasri picked up the pieces of his career, after falling ill with meningitis, that Arsène Wenger faced the test of his convictions.

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