What the papers say: Cold war in Gunners dressing room won't affect pursuit of glory

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The Sun - My stars are at war... so what?
ARSENE WENGER admits he does not mind his players being at war with each other — as long as they fight for Arsenal.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger not fussed if Kolo Toure and William Gallas don't get on
Arsene Wenger maintains Kolo Toure and William Gallas "do not have to go to Paradise together" - as long as they continue to do a professional job at the heart of the Arsenal defence.

The Daily Mail - Best of enemies: Wenger confident his feuding pair can still work together
Arsene Wenger is ready to put up with a cold war in the Arsenal dressing room as long as it is ‘paradise’ out on the pitch.

The Daily Express - WE CAN WEATHER TOURE'S COLD SNAP
ARSENE WENGER believes defensive kingpins Kolo Toure and William Gallas can put aside any differences for Arsenal’s greater good.

The Daily Star - WENGER: I DON'T MIND A GUNFIGHT
ARSENE WENGER does not mind having a Cold War in the dressing-room – so long as it is paradise on the pitch.

The Times - Players forget differences for Wenger
Arsène Wenger is convinced that Arsenal can win a trophy this season despite the cold war at the Emirates Stadium.

The Independent - Pros need not be pals, says Wenger
Arsene Wenger said Kolo Touré and William Gallas "do not have to go to paradise together" – as long as they continue to do a professional job at the heart of the Arsenal defence.

The Guardian - Wenger's men scent victory in the battle for fourth
When Eduardo da Silva had completed the disconsolate walk back to the centre circle after missing the opening penalty of Wednesday night's Champions League shoot-out at Roma, his words were laced with anger and defiance.

The Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger happy to play again in Rome
Arsene Wenger insisted that the Champions League final should go ahead at Rome's Olympic Stadium even though Arsenal fans were injured before Wednesday's dramatic penalty shoot-out victory against Roma.

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