What the papers say: Wenger fears London terror attack on football

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ARSENE WENGER fears football could be the next target of a terror attack.

The Sunday Mirror - Top Guns or Flop Guns? - the next four days will shape Arsenal's season
Five years ago Arsenal’s Invincibles were Premier League champions by a distance. From those heady heights their status has slipped. This week the Gunners fight for FA Cup and Champions League glory knowing failure to lift silverware would mark their worst run without a trophy for 11 years.

The Mail on Sunday - Wenger: Football could be next  for a terrorist attack
Arsene Wenger fears football will be the target of a high-profile terror attack following the ambush of the Sri Lanka cricket team in Pakistan last week that ended with the deaths of seven people. 

The Daily Star Sunday - WENG IS CLICHY'S TOP GUN
GAEL CLICHY yesterday praised Arsenal for keeping faith with Arsene Wenger while rivals Chelsea axed a succession of managers.

The Sunday Times - Arsene Wenger fears terrorists could prey on football
ARSENE WENGER is surprised football has not been targeted by terrorists. The Arsenal manager, who revealed last week that there have been security alerts at the Emirates stadium that turned out to be false alarms, is critical of police reluctance to escort his team to and from matches in England.

The Independent on Sunday - All praise Wenger, Clichy tells fans
Arsenal supporters, well some at least, be careful what you wish for. Gaël Clichy, the left-back, and perhaps the most articulate of Arsène Wenger's would-be golden generation, puts forward a contentious argument as to why fans would do well to reflect on what they have, rather than wish for a new manager. They could turn into Chelsea.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsene Wenger raises safety fears over English football
Arsene Wenger fears English football is a natural target forterrorist attacks, following the ambush of the Sri Lanka cricket team in Pakistan last week.

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