What the papers say: Wenger says Arsenal are not a one-man team

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The Sun - Cesc comeback Sparks Mark
MARK HUGHES insists he will be the first to welcome back his old sparring partner Cesc Fabregas from injury at the Emirates today.

The Daily Mail - Fab news finds Wenger ruffled: Barca step up bid to sign Arsenal skipper
Arsene Wenger took great care not to trumpet the return of his influential captain, Cesc Fabregas, from the injury which ruled him out for three months but failed to keep him from controversy.

ARSENE WENGER insists Arsenal are not a one-man band as he welcomes back skipper and midfield inspiration Cesc Fabregas against Manchester City today after a four-month injury absence.

The Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas's return played down by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
Cesc Fabregas makes a belated return to first-team duty on Saturday but manager Arsene Wenger insisted on Friday night that his absence had proved that Arsenal had developed into much more than a one-man team.

The Guardian - Wenger says Arsenal will get stronger with or without Fábregas
What does not kill Arsenal will make them stronger. That is the message from Arsène Wenger, who shrugged off speculation about the future of Cesc Fábregas by insisting the club would survive and thrive even if they were to lose their captain.

The Times - Arsène Wenger unmoved by Cesc Fàbregas link
Arsène Wenger has brushed off speculation linking Cesc Fàbregas with a £45 million summer move to Barcelona while insisting that Arsenal are not a one-man team.

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