What the papers say: Wenger: 'Let's all laugh at Tottenham'

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The Sun - Watch your back, Arsene
ARSENE WENGER today comes face to face with the man who provides possibly the biggest threat to his glittering 13-year career as Arsenal boss... Harry Redknapp.

The Mirror - Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal are 12 years ahead of derby rivals Tottenham
Arsene Wenger last night stoked up the north London derby after claiming Tottenham are a dozen years behind Arsenal.

The Daily Mail - Spurs in our class? Don't make me laugh. We're top dogs on this patch, says Wenger
Their accents are as different as chalk and cheese but when they speak it is worth listening.

The Daily Star - FORGET IT WENG
HARRY REDKNAPP has stoked the fires ahead of today’s north London derby by ruling rivals Arsenal out of the title race.

ONLY when Tottenham match Arsenal’s dozen-year dominance of qualifying for the Champions League does Gunners boss Arsene Wenger believe their north London neighbours can truly be considered their rivals.

The Times - Arsene Wenger challenges Tottenham’s title credentials
If Robbie Keane, the Tottenham Hotspur striker, was attempting to inflame feelings before the renewal of hostilities at the Emirates Stadium this afternoon, he failed miserably.

The Independent - Spurs long to turn tide of history
There is very little for Tottenham to celebrate in their recent rivalry with Arsenal, but Harry Redknapp demonstrated yesterday, that does not mean you cannot still wind up the old enemy. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal v Tottenham: Arsene Wenger insists Tottenham are playing catch-up
Arsenal are also facing a little local difficulty just now, but the response of Arsène Wenger, Ferguson's great rival, to the suggestion that Tottenham might eventually become the biggest club in north London was almost as emphatic.

The Guardian - Nicklas Bendtner ignores doubters to concentrate on his Arsenal masterplan
Arsenal's super-confident young Dane believes that nothing will stop him from becoming one of the world's best strikers

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