What the papers say: Wenger on the warpath and issues quit threat

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The Sun - Walcott KO hits Fab plans
THEO WALCOTT is set to miss England's World Cup qualifier against Croatia with back trouble.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger blasts Fabio Capello over Theo Walcott injury
Arsene Wenger last night launched an angry blast at Fabio Capello after ruling Theo Walcott out of England’s make-or-break World Cup qualifier.

ARSENE WENGER has slammed England for their treatment of Theo Walcott.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger insists he'd quit Arsenal if Cesc Fabregas had already been pledged to Barca
Arsene Wenger has vigorously denied reports in Spain that Arsenal have already agreed to sell Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona next summer.

ARSENE WENGER has accused England manager Fabio Capello and Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce of delaying Theo Walcott’s Arsenal comeback.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger left irritated by Theo Walcott's overuse by England
Arsene Wenger has renewed his attack on the Football Association for their treatment of Theo Walcott this summer and warned that Fabio Capello's senior team will also pay a price for the decision to take him to the European Under-21 Championship.

The Guardian - England will pay price for overusing Theo Walcott, warns Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has told Fabio Capello he will "pay the price" for his short-sightedness over Theo Walcott as he revealed that the winger was now a selection doubt with a back injury for England's matches against Slovenia and Croatia at the beginning of next month.

The Times - Theo Wenger lays blame at door of England over Walcott
Theo Walcott is unlikely to play for England in their friendly against Slovenia on September 5 or in the World Cup qualifying match against Croatia, also at Wembley Stadium, four days later.

The Independent - Wenger hits out at Fabregas speculation
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit out at the way Spanish clubs conduct their presidential elections after Gunners captain Cesc Fabregas was once again linked with a move back to boyhood club Barcelona.

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