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The Sun - Andrey: Life's too Arsh here
ARSENE WENGER has a pain in the Arsh as he battles to save Arsenal’s season. The Gunners’ £15million Russian striker admits he is struggling to cope with the demands of English football.
The Daily Mail - Villa slip will let us cash in on the race for a Champions League spot, says Wenger
Defiant Arsene Wenger has warned Martin O'Neill his Arsenal side plan to make Aston Villa pay for failing to hammer home their advantage in the race for Champions League qualification.
The Times - William Gallas given vision of the future
Arsène Wenger wants William Gallas to stay at Arsenal next season even though he took the club captaincy away from the France defender in November.
The Independent - Why Arsène's beautiful game is now a thing of the past
There is a new game being played during the long hours of tedium endured by spectators watching football matches at the Emirates Stadium. It's a word game, funnily enough. It's called, "What Would Paddy/Den/Bobby/Tel Have Done?"
The Telegraph - Jonathan Greening says West Brom can defeat Arsenal on Tuesday
Fit-again captain Jonathan Greening has urged West Bromwich Albion to draw inspiration from a previous memorable victory over Arsenal when they tackle Arsene Wenger's faltering side at the Hawthorns on Tuesday night.
The Guardian - Arsenal buoyed by Stoke surprise
Stoke City's late comeback against Aston Villa on Sunday provided Arsenal with a timely, if unexpected, boost ahead of tonight's match with West Bromwich Albion, according to Arsène Wenger.
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