What the papers say - Arsenal cruise back to winning ways

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The News of the World - Keegan turns Nas-ty
FURIOUS Kevin Keegan was involved in a blazing bust-up with Arsenal duo Sami Nasri and William Gallas after a crushing 3-0 defeat at the Emirates.

The Mail on Sunday - Arsenal put on a Fab show as van Persie shows Newcastle no mercy
The England manager Fabio Capello could not fail, like the rest of us, to have enjoyed the touch, passing and movement on display. Unfortunately it came from a team that contained not a single Englishman in their starting line-up.

The Sunday Express - Gunners cruise to victory
Robin van Persie netted twice as Arsenal silenced any talk of a club in crisis with a 3-0 romp over Newcastle at Emirates Stadium.

The Sunday Times - Robin Van Persie conducts Arsenal masterclass
Not long before the end, Setanta TV caught Fabio Capello picking his nose, which was excusable in the circumstances. There was not much else for the England coach to pick here.

The Independent on Sunday - Arsenal 3, Newcastle Utd 0: Gunners show firepower
The banner that reads "In Arsène we trust" was for once not on view here yesterday, but it should have been hung loud and proud from the rafters in honour of a manager who refuses to compromise his principles either with extravagant purchases or power football.

The Sunday Telegraph - Theo Walcott looks set to deliver for Arsenal and England . . . hopefully
At 19, Walcott is at a point where we are seeing glimpses of his enormous potential being fulfilled. The great hope becomes just great.

The Observer - Van Persie double seals winning display
The Who's The Kids Are Alright twinkled over the PA system as Arsenal came out to play. Arsène Wenger must sometimes think the rest of the world does not believe him. After all, this was a week that started with his team chastised - rightly - for a rotten-tomato performance. Then he had to speak out against the jeers aimed at his main goalscorer, and all the while the fans have been panicking about whether or not he will sign an experienced midfielder before the window is locked until January.

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