What the papers say: Citeh want moaning Wenger to replace Hughes as boss

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The Sun Arsene gets some Fab news
ARSENE WENGER is awaiting scan results on Cesc Fabregas' hamstring injury - but is optimistic that the problem is 'not long-term'.

The Daily Mirror - Burnley boss Owen Coyle leading chase for Arsenal starlet Jack Wilshere after cheeky sales pitch
Burnley boss Owen Coyle made a cheeky move for Arsenal whizz kid Jack Wilshere BEFORE the sides met in midweek. Coyle took his chance to ask for the midfield diamond on loan for the rest of the season during the pre-match pleasantries with Arsene Wenger on the pitch at Turf Moor.

The Daily MailEXCLUSIVE: Step inside Arsene Wenger's talent factory as Arsenal's football nursery is laid bare
The mechanical gates whirr into action, breaking the peace and disturbing the ducks by the ornamental pond as Dennis Rockall steers the white minibus across the gravel. It is no different from hundreds of other vehicles delivering sleepy bodies to their workplaces, except those tumbling out of this van in hoodies, jeans and woolly hats, breathing clouds of steam into the freezing air, just happen to be among the most highly-prized teenagers in world football.

TONY PULIS has slammed Arsene Wenger for his attack on Wolves boss Mick McCarthy over picking an understrength team to play Manchester United.

MANCHESTER City want Arsene Wenger as their next manager. Former Arsenal star Brian Marwood – appointed Man City’s football administrator in March – has persuaded owner Sheikh Mansour the Frenchman is the man to turn the club into title challengers and Champions League regulars.

The Times - Tony Pulis rails at ‘moaning’ Arsène Wenger
Tony Pulis has accused Arsène Wenger of “moaning like a drain” with his criticism of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ team selection away to Manchester United on Tuesday.

The Independent - Arsenal hopeful of early return for stricken captain
Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas is hoping to be fit for Arsenal's match with Aston Villa on 27 December after a scan revealed his hamstring injury is not as bad as was first feared.

The Daily Telegraph Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is 'moaning like a drain' says Tony Pulis
Arsene Wenger was accused on Thursday of "moaning like a drain" as fellow Premier League managers dismissed his complaints about both the Wolverhampton Wanderers team that faced Manchester United and the fixture schedule.

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