What the papers say: Walcott accepts bully boys as part of the game

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The Sun - And Theo won't be bullied either
THEO WALCOTT insists the bully-boys will not kick him off the park. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was furious with the treatment Walcott received during Wednesday’s 1-1 Champions League Group G draw with Dynamo Kiev.

The Daily MailArsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor reckons skipper William Gallas can lead the Gunners to glory
Emmanuel Adebayor has no doubt captain William Gallas possesses all the qualities required to guide Arsenal's young side through a successful campaign at home and in Europe.  

The Daily Express - THEO GETS THE BOOT AND HE’S LOVING IT
THEO WALCOTT says he is enjoying becoming the hatchet men’s top target.

The Daily StarTHEO: I'M LOVIN' IT
THEO WALCOTT insists he is enjoying becoming the hatchet-men’s No.1 target.

The TimesWilliam Gallas is the right man to lead Arsenal, says Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor says William Gallas, the Arsenal captain, has all the necessary qualities to lead the side to a successful campaign at home and in Europe. 

The Independent - Gallas will help side through growth pains, says Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor has no doubt that the Arsenal captain, William Gallas, possesses all the qualities required to guide the young side through a successful campaign at home and in Europe.

The Daily Telegraph - Theo Walcott quick to learn the high price of global fame
Theo Walcott has done much in his short life but the last week will play a significant part when he searches his memory for the highlights of what promises to be a glittering career.

The Guardian - Walcott plays down the scars of battle to revel in his dashing reign of terror
No sooner had Arsène Wenger accused another opposing defender of having "tried to destroy" Theo Walcott than the player himself, with characteristic coolness, had dismissed the bumps and bruises as little more than an occupational hazard.

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