What the papers say: Ade, Kolo And Sylvinho target Gunners while Theo targets trophies

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The Sun Kolo: I'll be a champ with City
KOLO TOURE believes it is only a matter of time before he is lifting the Premier League and Champions League trophies.

The Mirror - 'I want to beat Arsenal' says new Manchester City signing Sylvinho
Sylvinho is fired up to face his old club Arsenal today.

EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR has been tipped to ram the taunts of the Arsenal boo-boys down their throats today.

ARSENE WENGER is not a man for getting caught up in the present. It is what comes next that really excites him. 

The Daily MailFired up: Arsenal fans' hate scarred me for life, says Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor claims that Arsenal fans have scarred him for life after he became a hate figure at the Emirates.

The Times - Emmanuel Adebayor hits back at Arsenal fans who booed him
Emmanuel Adebayor, braced for a hot reception from travelling Arsenal fans at the City of Manchester Stadium today, took the hostilities a stage farther last night.

The Independent - Adebayor: Born again
Arsenal fans dubbed him lazy and disruptive. Now he's the toast of City, with three goals in three league games.

The Daily Telegraph - Manchester City's Emmanuel Adebayor lifts the lid on his feud with Nicklas Bendtner
It all kicked off over Nicklas Bendtner's sneakers, apparently. The friction worsened with a dressing-room debate about respect at Arsenal, turned nasty with a very public scrap between Bendtner and Emmanuel Adebayor and culminated in the Togo striker being sold to Manchester City. From little sparks, a pair of trainers in this case, do infernos grow.

The Guardian - 'People always think it's about money, but I just want to win trophies'
Theo Walcott says he is ready to perform in a pivotal season for Arsenal and England

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