What the papers say: Wenger marks 12 years but fears he could be sacked

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The Sun Kids are Gunner win us Double
DENILSON may be only 20 — but this week has left him feeling like an OAP.

The Mirror - Crystal Palace sign West Brom striker Craig Beattie and target Arsenal's wonderkids
Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock is planning to raid Arsenal's talented reserves. Warnock wants strikers Henri Lansbury, Jay Simpson and Rui Fonte on loan to bolster his shot-shy side and was at the Emirates Stadium to see Arsenal beat his old club Sheffield United 6-0 in the Carling Cup.

The Daily Mail - Twelve years in the Arsenal job and Wenger admits: 'I spend all my time worrying'
Arsene Wenger celebrates 12 years in charge of Arsenal tomorrow and admits he has been fighting thoughts about retirement for some time.

Arsenal defender Gael Clichy admits he feared his season could have been over after being flattened by Kevin Davies' tackle last week.

Arsene Wenger celebrates 12 years as Arsenal boss tomorrow admitting he cannot ever imagine managing another team.

The Times - Arsene Wenger has no time for looking back
Arsène Wenger celebrates his twelfth anniversary in charge of Arsenal this weekend - in all probability by watching highlights from the Dutch Eredivisie before the main event of the Primera Liga match between Atlético Madrid and Seville from Spain - but he will not allow himself a moment of reflection.  

The Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger ready to tackle Hull culture clash
Arsene Wenger marks 12 years in charge of Arsenal when Hull visit the Emirates. But the Frenchman will shun any form of celebration, preferring to witness a game in which his players come through unscathed.

The Guardian - Rosicky injury mystery leaves Wenger speechless
The Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger, last night expressed fresh concern over Tomas Rosicky's injury, admitting he could give no guarantees as to when the midfielder will return to action.

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