What the papers say: Theo dropped as Titi wants to say 'goodbye'

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The Sun - I never got to say goodbye
THIERRY HENRY never got the chance to say goodbye to the Arsenal fans he loved so much.

The Daily Mirror - CESC SPIT SPAT LACKS RESPECT
Premier League referee Peter Walton fears Hull's row with Cesc Fabregas is undermining the progress made by the FA's Respect Programme.

The Daily Mail - Wait for it, Theo: Walcott has to prove he’s fit for Fabio
Fabio Capello reinforced the idea that he picks on form rather than reputation when Theo Walcott was named in the England Under 21 squad.

The Daily Star - IT’S BEEN STORM IN A TEACUP
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood and Bayern Munich yesterday leapt to the defence of spit storm star Cesc Fabregas.

The Daily Express - FABREGAS IMPRESSED BY GUNNERS
Cesc Fabregas maintains Arsenal's renewed sense of unity has given them extra strength heading into the defining period of the season.

The Times - Theo Walcott remains in Fabio Capello’s picture
Theo Walcott will be given the opportunity to win back his place in the England senior squad for the forthcoming matches against Slovakia and Ukraine at Wembley, despite appearing to be “dropped” to the under-21 squad yesterday.

The Daily Telegraph - Theo Walcott and Aaron Lennon named in England Under-21 squad
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott and Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon have both been named in England's Under-21 squad for the friendly double header against Norway and France during the next international break.

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