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The Sun - Fabregas is all white now
ARSENAL skipper Cesc Fabregas has been braving the snow to make a shock comeback against Bolton on Sunday.
The Daily Mirror - Arshavin: We need a miracle to win the title
Andrey Arshavin last night admitted Arsenal need a “miracle” to win the Premier League.
The Daily Mail - Louis Saha's wage demands won’t scare off Arsenal as Spurs and Liverpool monitor striker
Arsenal are weighing up a move for Everton striker Louis Saha after it became clear his contract negotiations have hit an impasse.
The Daily Express - ANDREY ARSHAVIN: ARSENAL NEEDS A MIRACLE
ANDREY Arshavin says it would take a “miracle” for Arsenal to win the Premier League or Champions League.
The Daily Star - ANDREY ARSHAVIN: ARSENAL NEED A MIRACLE
ANDREY Arshavin claims Arsenal need a miracle to be crowned kings of England or champions of Europe.
The Independent - Fiszman illness will not affect Arsenal work
The Arsenal director Danny Fiszman will not let his fight against serious illness affect his day-to-day work for the club and he has been told by doctors that he will make a full recovery.
The Guardian - Arsène Wenger voices fear as top clubs face fixture pile-up
Arsène Wenger can sometimes appear a lone voice in the world of the Premier League manager, and not only because of his non-interest in horse-racing and the post-match drink. Yet the Arsenal manager spoke for the majority, and certainly those of his colleagues with a European interest in the second half of the season, when he assessed the impact of the bleak mid-winter weather.
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