What the papers say: Arsenal aim to give Emirates more soul as free scoring team thunder on

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The Sun - KO fear for Fabregas
CESC FABREGAS could miss Arsenal's crunch visit to Manchester United next Saturday evening with a hamstring injury.

The Daily MirrorArsene Wenger urges Arsenal to make history at quiet Emirates Stadium
Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal must start writing history at the Emirates to stop it becoming another Highbury the library.

The Daily Mail - Wenger's masterplan beginning to bear fruit
Arsenal are intent on making history. Portsmouth, by contrast, are simply crossing their fingers and hoping that they have a future.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL OUT TO BE A BIG NOISE AGAIN
THEIR fans have been saying it since Arsenal quit Highbury three years ago and now the club’s hierarchy have admitted it. The £430million Emirates Stadium is soulless.

The TimesFree-scoring Arsenal aim to give Emirates soul
There can be no better place to take a raw football recruit than the Emirates Stadium, where all tricky questions will be answered. Why do we need scarves in August? To hold above your head. What do I do with my scarf after the match is over? Use it again. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal brush aside Portsmouth
Highbury may rather cruelly have been dubbed 'the library’ by opposition fans but, in a tacit admission by Arsenal that they have struggled to transport the “soul” of their former stadium to their new home, it is not just the team that is undergoing a makeover.

The Guardian Arsenal roll on as Portsmouth head for the rocks
As he reflected on the situation at Portsmouth, Arséne Wenger had no doubt that the players could not remain immune to the turmoil. "This kind of thing does have an effect – not when a game starts but during the week," the Arsenal manager said. "When there is uncertainty about a club, of course it affects the players."

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