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The Sun - It’s all Guns blazin’
ROBIN VAN PERSIE has warned his Arsenal team-mates to avoid the mistakes of 12 months ago when their titles hopes crumbled.
The Mirror - Arsenal's Robin van Persie fired up for title race
Robin van Persie predicts the most open title race in Premier League history - after claiming Chelsea and Liverpool's slip-ups have cleared the way for Arsenal.
The Daily Express - GUNNERS WILL LEARN LESSONS - DIABY
Abou Diaby maintains Arsenal can only learn from their mistakes to be stronger in Europe this season.
The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger going strong at 60 and the Arsenal manager shows no signs of slowing down
It is hard to imagine just where Arsenal would be now had the club not continued to have complete trust in Arsene Wenger.
The Daily Star - WENGER CRITICS TO GET ‘SLAP’
ARSENAL chairman Peter Hill-Wood has vowed to slap down any shareholders who dare to criticise Arsene Wenger today.
The Daily Telegraph - Stan Kroenke to maintain a low profile at Arsenal's Annual General Meeting
Stan Kroenke will attend Arsenal's Annual General Meeting at the Emirates on Thursday but, despite mounting uncertainty about his long-term intentions for the club, he is not expected to answer any questions from shareholders.
The Times - Stan Kroenke comes under pressure to reveal takeover plans for Arsenal
Stan Kroenke will come under pressure to clarify his intentions at Arsenal’s annual meeting today.
The Guardian - Robin van Persie urges Arsenal to maintain focus on title challenge
Robin van Persie says that the Arsenal dressing room senses a challenge for the title, but the striker has warned his team-mates that they must learn the lessons of their disastrous November last year, which effectively scuppered their Premier League season.
The Independent - Wenger tells Arsenal to smarten up
The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has admitted his side were "naive" in conceding a late equaliser against AZ Alkmaar in the the Champions League on Tuesday, but insists they remain in pole position to qualify for the next stages.
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