What the papers say - Sunday: Wenger hears warning bells

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News of the World - BREDE-IN OBVIOUS
IT used to be Thierry Henry. Now Cesc Fabregas is the player Arsenal can’t do without.

The People - BREDE ROLLS OVER WENGER
Arsene Wenger blasted Arsenal's dismal display against Fulham and moaned: "We were simply not good enough."

The Sunday Mirror - Tony Adams' Arsenal dream
Tony Adams is desperate to take over from Arsene Wenger as the next Arsenal manager - and he hopes to become an even better coach than the Frenchman.

The Mail on Sunday - Wenger hears warning bells - Fulham expose Arsenal's soft centre
The public address system blared out music from Escape To Victory at the end, but this was nothing of the sort.

The Sunday Express - GUNNERS BELOW STANDARD - WENGER 
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger labelled his team's performance "just not good enough" in Saturday's shock 1-0 Barclays Premier League defeat at Fulham.

The Sunday Times - Jimmy Bullard helps Fulham expose Arsenal flaws
FROM Arsenal’s point of view, the match might almost have been subtitled “The Importance Of Being Fabregas”.

The Independent on Sunday - Fulham 1 Arsenal 0: Hangeland slide show brings down Gunners
Fulham supporters, especially those of a statistical bent, making their way along the Thames path through Bishop's Park yesterday afternoon could have been forgiven a little apprehension.

The Observer - Spanish staying power - Cesc Fabregas interview
It has not been the most edifying summer for the nation's footballing icons.

The Sunday Telegraph - Brede Hangeland scores winner as Fulham run rings round weak-hearted Arsenal
If Arsenal want to match their stated ambition of competing with Manchester United and Chelsea this season, then Arsene Wenger is going to have to be a busy man this week, before the transfer window closes.

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