What the papers say: Arsenal board pledges cash for summer signings

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The Sun - Bendtner: I have no excuses
ARSENAL striker Nicklas Bendtner has had to issue a public apology after his early morning antics in a London nigthclub.

The Daily Mirror - WE BELIEVE IN WENGER
Arsene Wenger has been promised a secure future - despite four years without a trophy. US tycoon Stan Kroenke, Arsenal's majority shareholder, has made assurances that he has complete faith in Wenger.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal still lean to Stayaway Stan Kroenke
The Arsenal board have totally committed themselves to embracing Stan Kroenke in marked preference to their Russian shareholder Alisher Usmanov, but there is no competition between the foreign predators when it comes to showing support for the club.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S BENDTNER SORRY FOR NIGHTCLUB DISPLAY
NICKLAS Bendtner has apologised for his behaviour following Arsenal’s Champions League defeat to Manchester United.

The Daily Star YOU COULD HAVE SIGNED BIG STARS WENGER!
ARSENAL are ready to offer Arsene Wenger a new contract despite going a fourth season without a trophy. 

The Times - Kolo Toure confident Arsenal will return strong
Kolo Toure insists that Arsenal's young players will emerge stronger from their comprehensive defeat by Manchester United in the semi-final of the Champions League.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal: What should Arsene Wenger do next?
In this period of deep mourning off the Holloway Road, Arsene Wenger's problems are painfully highlighted by the reality that the Match of the Day sofa has more Arsenal defensive expertise than the Emirates penalty area. How Wenger could do with the resilience and ability of Lee Dixon and Martin Keown.

The IndependentSam Wallace: Wenger should learn a lesson from Ferguson
Nothing defines a manager more than how he behaves on the occasion of his greatest disappointment, and on Tuesday night Arsène Wenger demonstrated a generosity of spirit that sets him apart. He said that Manchester United deserved their victory; he said it twice, in case you missed it the first time, and he acknowledged the contribution of Cristiano Ronaldo without qualification or recrimination.

The Guardian - Wenger backed by Arsenal chairman
Arsenal are ready to offer Arsène Wenger a new contract and the chairman Peter Hill-Wood has reiterated that there will be money for the manager to spend to augment the club's challenge next season.

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