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The Sun - I’ll be in football till the day I die
ARSENE WENGER plans to remain in football for the rest of his life.
The Mirror - Beware Arsenal, the quiet title contenders
Quietly and effectively, Arsenal are going about their business.
The Daily Express - EBOUE OFFERS THANKS TO FANS
Emmanuel Eboue would love to repay Arsenal's faith by helping take them back to the Champions League final.
The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger's reliant on Robin van Persie to deliver Champions League glory
The decision to sell Emmanuel Adebayor constituted a leap of faith by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, despite the very persuasive £25million offer on the table from rivals Manchester City.
The Daily Star - WENGER: I'M NOT READY FOR BUS PASS
ARSENE Wenger has vowed to keep working until he drops.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger admits Theo Walcott fears for World Cup
Arsène Wenger believes Theo Walcott is worried about missing out on World Cup selection after it was confirmed that he would miss next month's England friendly against Brazil with medial knee ligament damage.
The Guardian - Arsène Wenger dismisses personal landmark to focus on AZ Alkmaar
It is surely no way to celebrate a 60th birthday yet Arsène Wenger was unapologetic. "Thursday night is the Europa League with the fifth-referee system," said the Arsenal manager, with a smile.
The Times - Win the only gift Wenger is hoping for
Arsène Wenger turns 60 on Thursday. Please, no cards, the Arsenal manager is trying to pretend it will not happen.
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