What the papers say: Arsenal defeat at Fulham was down to Gallas mistake

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The Sun - Arm here to help the Gunners

ARMAND TRAORE wants to make Manchester United suffer tonight — after promising Arsene Wenger a title boost.

The Mirror - Fulham 1-0 Arsenal: Gallas is a disaster for Gunners

It didn't take long. Just two matches to confirm what every Arsenal fan feared.

The Daily Mail - Murphy masterclass gives Wenger a headache as Cottagers overcome Gunners

Danny Murphy was zapping text messages to his great friend Steven Gerrard and Roy Hodgson was talking enthusiastically about the team that beat Arsenal at their own game.

The Times - Arsene Wenger ready to buy as Arsenal stumble

Arsenal will step up their efforts to sign Xabi Alonso from Liverpool this week after Arsène Wenger’s team were outplayed by Fulham in the 1-0 defeat at Craven Cottage on Saturday.

The Independent - Fulham 1 Arsenal 0: Wenger's anger spills over after spineless display

Come May, this may not seem such a calamitous result for Arsenal. Fulham have the look of a side who are going to be tough opposition at Craven Cottage. On Saturday night, however, Martin Atkinson's final whistle sounded like a bell tolling for Arsène Wenger's young side.

The Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger sees red after 'inexcusable' blunder at Fulham

Arsene Wenger is, by general consensus, one who sees things with a red tint. But, by the Thames on Saturday night, the Arsenal manager struggled to mask an incandescent rage following this worryingly ineffective display against a marvellous Fulham, who possessed all the positive qualities sadly lacking in the visitors.

The Guardian - Fulham's passing principles leave Wenger with little to say and plenty to ponder

Arsène Wenger can normally be relied upon to find some tract of moral high ground in defeat, the reason why his sleek Arsenal machine has been bullied off the road. The true measure of his despair as he left west London on Saturday night was that he had nowhere to turn but inwards.

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