What the papers say: Arsenal are tough enough to win the league, says skipper

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The Sun Arsene gives a full Gun salute
ARSENE WENGER was so delighted with the response to his half-time rocket that he gave his Arsenal heroes a standing ovation in the Anfield dressing room.

The Daily Mirror - Cesc Fabregas: Arsenal prove that size doesn't matter
Cesc Fabregas claims Arsenal proved by beating Liverpool that size doesn't matter. Arsene Wenger has been criticised for not having enough big, physical players in his side, and at Anfield he started with the pint-sized Fabregas, Samir Nasri, Theo Walcott and Andrey Arshavin.

The Daily MailNo homage to Catalonia from Arsene Wenger as Johan Cruyff picks Cesc Fabregas for Christmas charity friendly
Johan Cruyff has gone head to head with Arsene Wenger by picking Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas to play in a friendly for Catalonia next week. Cruyff wants the Arsenal midfielder in a star-studded team that will play Argentina in the Nou Camp on December 22 to raise funds for grass roots sport in the region.

The Daily Express - THEO WALCOTT: ARSENAL AREN’T A SOFT TARGET IN THE TITLE CHASE 
THE THEORY will gather credence if Arsenal can emerge from Burnley unscathed, but Theo Walcott believes Sunday’s come-from-behind victory over Liverpool proves Arsene Wenger’s side can no longer be classed as soft touches.

The Daily Star - THEO: WE OWE IT TO THE FANS
THEO WALCOTT believes Arsenal are now right back in the title mix after Sunday’s win at Liverpool.

The Daily Telegraph Arsenal can tough it out with the best in Premier League, says Cesc Fabregas
The second-half comeback which handed Arsenal a crucial victory at Anfield in the Premier League should lay to rest their reputation as English football's shrinking violets, says captain Cesc Fabregas.

The Guardian - Catalonia call up Cesc Fábregas – to Arsenal's annoyance
Catalonia's coach Johan Cruyff has included the Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fábregas in his squad for the friendly against Argentina later this month – against the wishes of the player's club manager, Arsène Wenger.

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