What the papers say: Chelsea don't worry Arsene Wenger

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The Sun - You don't worry me, Chelsea
ARSENE WENGER takes his Arsenal side to Craven Cottage tonight insisting he is not worried by the mob at the other end of the Fulham Road.

The Mirror - Video: Arsene Wenger looks ahead to Arsenal's clash with Fulham
Gunners boss Wenger looks ahead to his side's second Premier League match.

The Mail - Wenger: Arsenal have the muscle to compete with 'impressive' Chelsea
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger had seen enough by half-time of Chelsea's opening-day romp over Portsmouth to tell him everything he already knew about the campaign ahead.

The Daily Express - Now O’Neill hits out at Wenger for his interest in Barry
Puzzled Martin O’Neill has described Arsene Wenger’s intervention in the Gareth Barry saga as “bizarre”.

The Daily Star - You’ll soon love Manu
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal fans will soon learn to love Emmanuel Adebayor all over again.

The Times - Premier League previews: Samir Nasri fit for Arsenal

The Independent - Arsene Wenger: Success - I make it, I won't buy it
In a rare interview, the Arsenal manager explains his footballing philosophy, recalls the values inherited from his parents – and tells Glenn Moore about the promise he made his wife five years ago

The Guardian - O'Neill baffled by Wenger's hints at Barry move
Martin O'Neill last night described Arsène Wenger's interest in signing Gareth Barry, who has nearly two years remaining on his contract, as "really strange" and "bizarre", although the Aston Villa manager insisted he had no intention of reporting his Arsenal counterpart to the Premier League for an illegal approach.

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