We're all about making your life easier here at Arsenal Addict, where our team of Addicted editors spend every spare second scrutinising news coverage to make sure you're kept up to date with what's going on at our beloved club. So if you don't have the time to trawl through the UK's national newspapers for Arsenal stories, be sure to check back here where we'll do the work for you.
The Sun - Adebayor needs your support
ARSENE WENGER last night admitted he dropped Emmanuel Adebayor — then begged the Arsenal boo-boys to lay off his hitman.
The Mirror - Arsene Wenger: Arsenal fans should not boo Adebayor
Arsene Wenger last night insisted that Emmanuel Adebayor is no Dimitar Berbatov.
The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Wenger tells fans to lay off striker Emmanuel Adebayor
Arsene Wenger has offered an impassioned defence of Emmanuel Adebayor and pleaded with Arsenal fans to stop booing the man who could hold the key to their success this season.
The Daily Express - Wenger: Kick out the bad debtors
ARSENE WENGER has called for clubs who run at a deficit to be “kicked out of Europe”.
The Independent - James Lawton: Wenger's revolution lays down test of loyalty for Arsenal fans
Football has rarely set such a fascinating test as the one now unfolding at the Emirates Stadium. It is about nerve and understanding of the dynamics of a football club and the possibility that there is a way of going forward that breaks new ground and, one day, might deliver an ultimately satisfying moment of success.
The Telegraph - Arsene Wenger comes to the defence of Emmanuel Adebayor over contract cynics
Arsene Wenger has come to the defence of striker Emmanuel Adebayor, insisting that his decision to remain at Arsenal and sign a new contract was an honour for the club.
The Guardian - Wenger tells fans to lay off 'hurting' Adebayor
Arsène Wenger has revealed that Emmanuel Adebayor spurned the offer of a far more lucrative contract at a rival European club to remain at Arsenal, and he insisted that the striker, who has been targeted by sections of the club's support this season, was guilty of little more than "PR mistakes" over the course of a tumultuous summer.