What the papers say: Scum Brum 'fans' rile Wenger

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The Sun Arsene bids to leave a legacy
ARSENE WENGER revealed he turned down a mountain of money from Real Madrid because he wants to win the Champions League with Arsenal.

The Mirror - Arsenal star Theo Walcott suffers new injury setback
Theo Walcott has suffered another devastating injury blow after being ruled out for up to three weeks.

The Daily Express - 'STUPID' CHANTS SICKEN WENGER 
ARSENE WENGER condemned the callous Birmingham fans who chanted the name of Blues defender Martin Taylor in an unwanted reminder of the injury which threatened the career of Arsenal striker Eduardo .

The Daily Mail Arsenal 3 Birmingham 1: Arsene Wenger's anger at Theo Walcott jibe
The two protagonists may not have been on show, but some Birmingham supporters ensured Eduardo was given a disgraceful reminder of the day that Martin Taylor broke his leg.

The Daily Star - HOW LOW WILL SOME FANS GO?
ARSENE Wenger was again left deeply upset after his team played Birmingham, using words like “atrocious”, “low” and “stupidity”.

The Daily Telegraph - HOW LOW WILL SOME FANS GO?
ARSENE Wenger was again left deeply upset after his team played Birmingham, using words like “atrocious”, “low” and “stupidity”.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger concerned with referees being over familiar with players
According to Arsène Wenger there was something far more worrying about Alan Wiley's refereeing performance at Old Trafford a fortnight ago than the question of fitness raised by Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Times - ‘Tasteless’ chants over Eduardo rile Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
This was the first time Arsenal had faced Birmingham City since their game in February last year, when a tackle by Martin Taylor broke Eduardo da Silva’s leg and shredded the confidence of Arsène Wenger’s team. It should have been a postscript sort of anniversary.

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