What the papers say: Senderos to get Arsenal chance, but Wilshere will be centre stage

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The Sun Return to Senderos!
ARSENE WENGER has told Philippe Senderos to prove he is worth a first-team place. The Arsenal boss will play the Swiss centre-half in the Carling Cup at home to West Brom tonight.

The Mirror - Arsenal's forgotten man Philippe Senderos given the chance to rebuild his Emirates career
Forgotten man Philippe Senderos will come in from the cold tonight after admitting he thought his Arsenal career was over.

The Daily Mail - Robin van Persie happy to share Arsenal's goalscoring burden as Thomas Vermaelen takes centre stage for Arsenal
Emmanuel Adebayor may have left Arsenal, but Robin van Persie doesn't feel he is under any extra pressure to take over his former team-mate's goalscoring duties.

PHILIPPE SENDEROS will play his first game for Arsenal in 19 months tonight after being promised a fresh start by Arsene Wenger.

The Times - Arsene Wenger vows to handle teenage star Jack Wilshere with greater care
Arsène Wenger admitted yesterday that he was guilty of overplaying Jack Wilshere last season and that the teenage prodigy’s form suffered as a result.

The Independent - Wilshere can bide time, says Brady
Supporters at The Emirates tonight for Arsenal's Carling Cup tie with West Bromwich Albion will enjoy a rare sighting of the lesser-spotted Jack Wilshere. Arsenal's prodigious 17-year-old has been kept hidden away by manager Arsène Wenger since hype and expectation ballooned following the midfielder's eye-catching displays in two pre-season friendlies.

The GuardianJack Wilshere leads Arsenal's generation next into Carling Cup
It has been a summer of mixed messages for Arsenal's wonderkid Jack Wilshere. First Arsène Wenger used him liberally in pre-season, enthused about the boy being involved in the first team this campaign, grinned at suggestions he might work his way into Fabio Capello's World Cup squad, and even compared him to Wayne Rooney.


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