What the papers say: Vela makes the difference but Wilshere steals the headlines

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The Sun Arsenal 2 West Brom 0
IT won't make the cover of Vogue but this year's Arsenal collection gets a massive thumbs up. 

The Mirror - Arsenal star Jack Wilshere in red card storm
Arsene Wenger’s eyes AND ears failed him last night as Arsenal prodigy Jack Wilshere was caught in a red card storm. Furious Roberto Di Matteo accused Wilshere of insulting Jerome Thomas before the West Brom winger was sent off for grabbing the England under-21 starlet round the throat.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal 2 West Brom 0: Mega-Watt is electric as Sanchez flicks the switch
Arsenal fans have yet another new generation of talent to cheer on in the Carling Cup as Arsene Wenger’s policy of using the competition as a proving ground paid off in controversial circumstances.

The Daily Express - YOUNG GUNNERS SEND BAGGIES CRASHING OUT
Arsenal's young Gunners booked a place in round four of the Carling Cup following their 2-0 victory over 10-man West Brom at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily StarWATT LIGHTS GUNS
SANCHEZ WATT got the goal to power Arsenal into the next round – but it was Jack Wilshere who was the main talking point. 

The Times - Jack Wilshere insult led to sending off, claims Roberto Di Matteo
Arsenal’s youngsters continued their recent love affair with the Carling Cup with another impressive victory, but they may benefit most from a timely reminder from one of their own that life will not always be this easy.

The Independent - West Bromwich cry foul at Arsenal's Jack the lad
The spotlight was on Jack Wilshere, and the 17-year-old responded by attracting the type of controversy that seems to follow his more experienced Arsenal team-mates.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal 2 West Bromwich Albion 0
Controversy, it would seem, has become an inescapable part of Arsenal’s season. True, this latest spat was fairly mild by recent standards but, even so, a pleasing victory came to be partially overshadowed by a debate about the behaviour — and language — of Jack Wilshere.

The Guardian - Arsenal appoint Richard Law to chief executive Ivan Gazidis's team
Arsenal have made their final appointment to the executive team in Richard Law, bringing to an end the recruitment process that began with the departure of the former chief executive David Dein in April 2007.

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