What the papers say: Wenger insists African Nations Cup most go ahead

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The Sun - Players will decide my future
ARSENE WENGER has told his Arsenal players they have 18 months to convince him to stay on as manager for the rest of his life.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger mystified by Denilson injury
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted the injury sustained by midfielder Denilson against Everton was "mysterious".

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger tells injured Arsenal players to handball
Arsene Wenger has invited controversy by ordering his players to handle the ball when they lose possession due to injury.

The Daily Express - WENGER DESPISES CULTURE OF FEAR
ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger has warned Premier League clubs not to be “selfish” in the wake of Togo’s African Nations Cup disaster.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER NEEDS TO BIG IT UP
ARSENE Wenger has been told he must splash the cash and buy a BIG striker in the transfer window if Arsenal are to win any silverware this season.

The Times - Arsene Wenger will not insist on bringing African players back to Premier League
Arsène Wenger has said that his fellow Barclays Premier League managers must not use the attack on the Togo team in Cabinda as an excuse to haul back their African players to England.

The Independent - Wenger says return calls are 'selfish'
Arsene Wenger has criticised the Premier League clubs who have called for their African players to return from the African Nations Cup in the aftermath of the attack on the Togo squad and said that he is happy for Alex Song and Emmanuel Eboué to stay in Angola.

The Daily Telegraph - Denilson confident injury will not keep him out of Bolton game
Denilson is confident that he will be fit to face Bolton Wanderers on Sunday, but will undergo a scan on Monday on his intercostal muscles amid fears it could be related to his recent back fracture.

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