What the papers say: David Dein resigns from Usmanov's Arsenal takeover company

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The SunBecks and Theo 'pick me'

ENGLAND came away with more than three points from the match against Andorra.

The Daily Mirror - William Gallas exclusive: The FA was too lenient with Joey Barton ban
William Gallas last night launched an angry attack on Joey Barton, telling the Newcastle bad boy: "You haven't been punished enough."

The Daily MailUpbeat Walcott eyes second start as youngster counts down to Croatia clash

Theo Walcott has waited more than two years since famously being taken to Germany - and he is now ready to fire England to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

The Daily Express - WALCOTT TO FIGHT FOR RIGHTS

THEO WALCOTT has told England coach Fabio Capello he is ready to take Croatia to pieces on Wednesday night.

The Daily Star - DIAMOND THEO’S TIME TO DAZZLE

It was difficult to see what sparkled most – Theo Walcott’s happy smile or his diamond earrings.

The Times - David Dein changes tactics

The battle for Arsenal could hot up again after David Dein resigned as chairman of Red and White Holdings. The former Arsenal vice-chairman, who left the Emirates Stadium 18 months ago, sold his 14 per cent stake in the club for £75 million to Alisher Usmanov and became the chairman of the Russian billionaire’s bid vehicle, Red and White Holdings.

The Guardian - Walcott makes right-wing statement

The sense of adventure Theo Walcott brought to the England team was in marked contrast to the general stodginess

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