What the papers say: Arsh grumpy as Arsene slates Chavs

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The Sun - It's high time you grew up
ARSENE WENGER last night told his Arsenal kids: It's time you grew up.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal ace Andrey Arshavin reveals he feels like quitting football ahead of crucial Chelsea clash
Andrey Arshavin last night stunned Arsenal as he revealed he feels like quitting football after Russia’s World Cup exit.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER: CHELSEA GOT OFF IN KAKUTA ROW
ARSENE WENGER claims Chelsea have got off scot free over the Gael Kakuta affair.

The Daily Mail - EXCLUSIVE: Cesc Fabregas - Arsenal's genius reveals why he will not sign for Barcelona, the fight to overcome his demons - and the slur that haunts himPaula is the same age as Cesc Fabregas when he joined Arsenal. But Paula was not blessed with the young Spaniard’s ability to play football and she was not blessed with his engine either.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S ANDREY ARSHAVIN DEPRESSED AT RUSSIA EXIT FROM WORLD CUP
ARSENAL’S record signing, Andrey Arshavin, is fighting depression over Russia’s failure to qualify for the World Cup.

The Times - Tomas Rosicky’s faith in the beautiful game undimmed by bleak days
Just as Wenger adhered to his principles last season when it seemed that the whole world was telling him to change, so Tomas Rosicky concluded that he was born to play football and that, so long as he focused on that, he would reach his goal.

The Independent - Wenger's barbs give derby day extra edge
Arsenal manager criticises the 'soft' penalty given to Chelsea for Kakuta affair while Anelka's form adds extra spice

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger accuses Fifa of failing to punish Chelsea over Gaël Kakuta affair
Arsene Wenger has accused Fifa of inflicting "no punishment" on Chelsea over the Gaël Kakuta affair and suggested that Roman Abramovich is now poised to launch a huge January spending spree.

The Guardian - Andrey Arshavin – ready made and ready to fire
Unreconstructed, outspoken and intellectual, Arsenal's Russia forward is the antithesis of a Wenger signing – and all the more crucial for it

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