What the papers say: Amazing Arshavin lights up Emirates as Vieira lined up as next boss

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News of the World - Andrey Arshavin shows there is life after Adebayor
ANDREY ARSHAVIN showed Arsenal can cope without Emmanuel Adebayor as he fired two late strikes to help his side record a 2-1 victory in the Emirates Cup.

The Sunday Mirror - Arsene Wenger still undecided on Vieira
Arsene Wenger is still undecided about whether to move for Patrick Vieira. But he has no doubts about the wisdom of his last high-profile move into the transfer market.

The People - GUNNERS LINE UP VIEIRA TO BE BOSS
Patrick Vieira has been targeted as Arsene Wenger's long-term successor as Arsenal boss.

The Mail on Sunday - Rosicky returns as Arshavin brace sinks Spaniards
Andrey Arshavin came off the bench to net a late double as Arsenal beat Atletico Madrid in the Emirates Cup.

The Sunday Star - FIORENTINA EB DEAL IS YET TO FLOW
ITALIAN club Fiorentina are still a long way from meeting Arsenal’s valuation of Emmanuel Eboue.

The Sunday Times - Andrey Arshavin double earns hosts Emirates win
When Arsène Wenger teased Manchester United about the problems that will follow Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit from Old Trafford, he spoke from experience.

The Independent on Sunday - Wenger offers hope for Vieira's return
The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger is not ruling out his former captain Patrick Vieira returning to the club. The 33-year-old midfielder, who left Arsenal for Juventus in 2005, is surplus to requirements at Internazionale.

The Sunday Telegraph - Emirates Cup: Arsenal 2 Atletico Madrid 1
Andrey Arshavin came off the bench to net a late double as Arsenal beat Atletico Madrid in the Emirates Cup.

The Observer - Arsène Wenger promises signings as sales break up dressing-room clique
Arsène Wenger has always been a believer in footballers who emerged out of Africa.

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