What the papers say - Arsenal outclass Newcastle United

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The Sun - Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle
KEVIN KEEGAN insists his conscience is clear — despite unleashing Joey Barton on an unsuspecting public.

The Mirror - Arsenal were picking on my innocent Joey
Keegan furious at 'revenge' tackles on bad-boy Barton

The Daily Mail - Keegan backs Barton again as Arsenal hammer Newcastle
Kevin Keegan was back on familiar territory, taking a hiding from Arsenal and defending Joey Barton, who chose to mark this brief return to football with a crunching challenge on Samir Nasri.

The Daily Star - Simply the beast
Arsenal have the beauty but Kevin Keegan reckons there’s something of the beast about them too. 

The Times - Joey Barton given short, sharp French lesson
Kevin Keegan, having watched his team outclassed, noted that Fabio Capello, the England manager, saw plenty of French players at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

The Independent - Barton's cameo causes offence as Keegan appeals for clemency
Newcastle's manager, Kevin Keegan, did not want all the after-match discussion to centre on his miscreant midfielder Joey Barton, which prompted the obvious question of why he was brought on in the 89th minute, when the visitors were 3-0 down.

The Telegraph - Samir Nasri inspired as Arsenal blossom against poor Newcastle United
The real Arsenal stood up for long stretches of a gorgeous London summer evening. This was Arsene Wenger’s side at their most expansive; fleet young minds and quick youthful feet leaving Newcastle to chase the lengthening shadows.

The Guardian - Arsenal to lock horns with Sheffield United again
Arsenal are proving to be something of a magnet for Sheffield United after being drawn against the Blades in the third round of the Carling Cup, the third time in four years that the two sides will have met in knock-out competitions.

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