What the papers say: Gazidis aims to heal divisions among Arsenal shareholders

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The Sun - Silvestre eyes United clash
MIKAEL SILVESTRE wants Arsenal to meet Manchester United in the Champions League semi-finals.

The Daily Mirror - 'Everything has gone wrong at Arsenal', admits Emmanuel Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor has admitted "everything's gone wrong" for Arsenal this season with the Gunners out of the title race and fighting for a Champions League spot.

The Daily Mail - PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Walcott at England training... even though the Arsenal star isn't in Capello's squad
Arsenal wing wizard Theo Walcott has been spotted prowling about the England camp - even though he is not in Fabio Capello's squad.

The Times - Arsenal board convene to settle family feud
Arsenal executives will meet Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith, the club’s third largest shareholder, in a bid to mend fences following a boardroom coup in December.

The Telegraph - Ivan Gazidis talks up Stan Kroenke and tries to unite Arsenal shareholders
Ivan Gazidis, the Arsenal chief executive, has enthusiastically endorsed Stan Kroenke's potential ownership qualities, and at the same time signalled a willingness to heal divisions between the board and other prominent shareholders.

The Guardian - Fábregas committed and happy at Arsenal
Cesc Fábregas will not leave Arsenal whatever the overtures of Barcelona and Real Madrid, according to the London club's chief executive, Ivan Gazidis.

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