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The Sun - City will gatecrash party
ARSENE WENGER has admitted moneybags Manchester City could gatecrash the Champions League party this season.
The Mirror - Blackburn 0-4 Arsenal: Adebayor scores hat-trick for Gunners
After the week that was, it would be understandable if Theo Walcott needed lead in his boots to keep his feet on the ground
The Daily Mail - Arsenal boy wonder Theo Walcott stays grounded after superb showing at Blackburn earns lofty praise
They don't have a lot of time for Arsenal among the tip-up seats at Ewood Park, so the heart-warming ovation that was accorded to Theo Walcott spoke volumes on a day that made Blackburn fans shudder.
The Daily Express - EVEN ADE HAS TO BOW TO THEO
HE UMMED and aahed about picking him, but it took just seven minutes for Arsene Wenger to spot the new swagger in Theo Walcott following his hat-trick heroics for England in midweek.
The Times - Emannuel Adebayor moves up to top gear
By any standards it has been an extraordinary summer of transfers involving forwards switching clubs. Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov have abandoned North London for the North West, while even Robinho has found his way on to the Barclays Premier League stage.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger warns Man City can buy into Champions League
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that Manchester City's new-found wealth could catapult the club into the Champions League next season.
The Guardian - Arsenal's communards share and tear alike
Few teams derive greater pleasure from debunking football's favoured theories than Arsenal.
The Independent - Blackburn Rovers 0 Arsenal 4: Wenger happy with European warm-up as Rovers go soft
Arsène Wenger spoke of "an accomplished performance" but it was difficult to know quite what to make of a facile Arsenal win at a ground where the home side's traditionally robust approach would once have discomforted them more than a little.
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