What the papers say: UEFA plan would wreck project youth, warns Arsene Wenger

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The Sun - I'll do Watt Thierry told me
ARSENAL starlet Sanchez Watt says he will heed the words of Gunners legend Thierry Henry as he bids for Carling Cup glory. 

The Mirror - I'm not sure Arsene always knows, but in the case of Jack Wilshere he certainly does
It is one of those dreadful banners that are draped round football stadia - on a par with 'MUFC - The Religion', 'JT - captain, leader, legend' and the quasi-profound 'Legends Are Created, Never Bought' on the Anfield Kop. At the Emirates it is that dreadful 'Arsene Knows'. An example of blind faith if ever there was one. Except in the case of Jack Wilshere. The Frenchman does indeed know what is best for the 17-year-old.

The Daily Mail - Thierry Henry made me the player I am, says Arsenal youngster Sanchez Watt
Sanchez Watt has thanked Arsenal legend Thierry Henry for helping him burst on to the scene at the Emirates Stadium.

ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger has been criticised by French club Bordeaux over his prolonged pursuit of striker Marouane Chamakh.

Arsene Wengerwas last night slammed for his pursuit of Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh.

The Times - Arsene Wenger fearful of transfer double whammy
Arsène Wenger has warned that Arsenal’s youth development system will collapse if Uefa’s plans to ban the international transfer of players aged under 18 are put into practice.

The Independent - Bordeaux president attacks Wenger over pursuit of Chamakh
The Bordeaux president, Jean-Louis Triaud, yesterday criticised Arsène Wenger's pursuit of Marouane Chamakh, saying that the Arsenal manager's behaviour had not been "correct", that he had unsettled the player and that he had subsequently decided not to pursue his interest.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger warns over under-18 transfer ban
Arsène Wenger has warned that it will be "virtually impossible" to continue his famed youth policy should Uefa succeed in persuading the European Commission to ban the international transfer of players under the age of 18.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger warns of threat to Arsenal youth policy
Arsène Wenger has admitted that the days may be numbered for Arsenal's acclaimed youth policy, which saw eight teenagers start Tuesday's Carling Cup third-round victory over West Bromwich, with the club's strategy threatened by plans at Fifa and Uefa to limit the movement of players under 18.

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