What the papers say: The Alex and Arsene show

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The Sun - I saw Arsene erupt with rage
FABRICE MUAMBA last night vividly recalled the astonishing moment he saw ice-cool Arsene Wenger erupt into a rage.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger says Arsenal will need all their mental strength for Bolton trip
Arsene Wenger is hoping to extend his side’s unbeaten run to five games when they travel to Bolton this weekend.

The Daily MailWenger and Sir Alex put on a new pals act at LMA gala dinner
If Sky's Richard Keys is to be believed, then peace has finally broken out between Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and his Arsenal counterpart, Arsene Wenger.

The Daily StarFergie and Wenger on the future of management
Bitter rivals Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger joined forces to support fellow managers Kevin Keegan and Alan Curbishley.

The TimesTheo Walcott proving to be fast learner
Arsenal's trip to the Reebok Stadium to face Bolton Wanderers on Saturday will be Theo Walcott's fifth away match in a fortnight: a dense schedule for anyone, let alone a teenager used sparingly for club and country until now.

The Independent - Alex and Arsène: The ultimate rivals manage to come to terms with past
They looked for all the world like bar-room buddies shooting the breeze and reminiscing about old times at the annual Water Buffalo Lodge dinner. But the gents in dicky bows and penguin suits at Wembley's Great Hall on Thursday night were Arsène Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson, the great and often bitter rivals of the Premier League era.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger praises William Gallas and believes he can help Arsenal win trophies
Arsene Wenger claimed that captain William Gallas could be the key to bringing a first trophy to the Emirates Stadium.

The Guardian - Arsenal bring Kroenke on board and stymie Usmanov takeover
The American businessman Stan Kroenke was appointed to the Arsenal board yesterday as the club reported a pre-tax profit of £36.7m for the year ending May 2008.

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