What the papers say: Wenger misses Upson and warns Kroenke

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The Sun Wenger: Don’t mess with us
ARSENE WENGER last night sent a stark warning to Arsenal's major shareholder Stan Kroenke: Don't mess with my team.

The Mirror - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hoping for belated birthday celebration against West Ham
Arsene Wenger may have just turned 60, but the desire to drive his young Arsenal side on to bigger and better things burns as fierce as ever.

The Daily Express - ‘YOU WERE ALWAYS ON MY MIND, MATTHEW’ 
ARSENE WENGER did not go for the full-on Elvis impersonation when asked if he considered re-signing Matthew Upson, but did steal The King’s line of ‘You were always on my mind’.

The Daily Mail Arsene Wenger admits he regrets that West Ham star Matthew Upson didn't fulfill his star potential at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger feels more than a tinge of regret that England defender Matthew Upson did not stay and fulfil his potential at Arsenal - and he even thought about buying him back.

The Daily Star - GUNNERS PLAN RAMI RAID
WEST Ham star Valon Behrami will spark a transfer scramble next summer with Arsenal and AC Milan leading the chase for him.

The Daily TelegraphArsène Wenger: I considered re-signing Matthew Upson for Arsenal
Arsène Wenger believes Matthew Upson's impatience for first-team football caused him to leave Arsenal and has admitted that he seriously considered trying to re-sign the England defender. 

The Times - Arsene Wenger will show no mercy to struggling Gianfranco Zola at West Ham
Arsène Wenger understands the situation that Gianfranco Zola is in and sympathises, but the Arsenal manager will have no mercy on his West Ham United counterpart when the clubs meet at Upton Park tomorrow.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger in support for Rafael Benítez over 'excessive' level of criticism
Arsène Wenger has jumped to the defence of Rafael Benítez, his under-fire counterpart at Liverpool, and said the criticism the Spaniard has received this week has been excessive.

The Independent - Wenger sorry he let Upson leave Arsenal
Arsene Wenger feels more than a tinge of regret that England defender Matthew Upson did not stay and fulfil his potential at Arsenal – and he even thought about buying him back.

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