What the papers say: Wenger slams Terry and Dutch as Ivan and Verm speak out

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News of the World - INSIDE SPECIAL ON THE ARSENAL OWNERSHIP BATTLE
SWEEPING through the entrance to the Emirates last Tuesday, she took her seat in the stands for the first time in more than a year.

Daily Star Sunday - ARSENE FURY AT ROBIN'S OP HELL
ARSENE WENGER has branded the Dutch FA ‘a joke’ after learning Robin van Persie will miss at least five months with a possible fractured foot.

Sunday Mirror - Arsene Wenger warns John Terry: Arsenal were the one and only ‘invincibles’
Arsene Wenger has warned John Terry that only one Premier League team has deserved to be called “invincibles” – and that they hailed from North, not West, London.

The People - WENGER: I AM Mr INVINCIBLE
Arsene Wenger has told John Terry: Only one of us is a true Invincible.

Sunday Express - ARSENAL BANK ON WENGER DREAM
ARSENAL chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists that the Arsene Wenger way will ultimately triumph against football’s nouveau riche of Chelsea and Manchester City.

Mail on Sunday - Why buying success will never  be Arsenal's way - Gunners chief executive Ivan Gatzidis puts boot into Chelsea and Manchester City
Arsenal could not have delivered a more pointed message to Chelsea and Manchester City than the one relayed by chief executive Ivan Gatzidis.

Sunday Telegraph - Arsène Wenger furious over injury that could end Robin van Persie's season
Arsène Wenger is furious with the Dutch Football Association (KNVB) after discovering that Robin van Persie may not play again this season.

Sunday Times - Thomas Vermaelen: defender of the faith
Not counting a dead rubber with Manchester United at the end of last season, it is two years and 18 matches since Arsenal last kept a clean sheet in a meeting with a Big Four rival.

Independent on Sunday - Van goes wrong way and could be out for season
Wenger left effing and blinding at Dutch doctors over star striker's treatment

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