What the papers say: Arsenal ready for key four match run, says Wenger

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The Sun - Mart: Guns can blow ‘em away
MARTIN O'NEILL believes Arsenal have got what it takes to win the title.

The Daily Mirror - Villa won’t rough up Arsenal, promises O’Neill
Martin O'Neill insists Aston Villa do not have the ability or intention to “rough up“ Arsenal tonight.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger tries to snatch Fulham's Chris Smalling from Manchester United's grasp
Arsenal made a last-ditch bid to prise Chris Smalling from the grasp of Manchester United last night after being gazumped in their attempt to sign the Fulham defender.

The Daily Express - WENGER DEMANDS SELF-BELIEF FROM GUNNERS
Arsene Wenger has called on his Arsenal players to maintain their self-belief as the Gunners head into what could be a defining period of the Barclays Premier League campaign.

The Daily Star - MOYES' RETURN TO SENDER
PHILIPPE SENDEROS is aiming to revive his career with Everton after months as an outcast at Arsenal.

The Times - Arsenal begin tough run at Villa: Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool next
Arsène Wenger admitted yesterday that his side’s sequence of four Barclays Premier League matches in the next 14 days is the toughest he has encountered in his time at the club.

The Independent - United claim Smalling deal but Wenger holds out hope
Manchester United yesterday claimed they had beaten Arsenal to the £8m signature of Chris Smalling, the Fulham defender who has enjoyed a meteoric rise from non-League football to the Premier League champions in the space of two years.  
 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger says Arsenal are ready for key four-match run
Arsène Wenger believes Arsenal will be well placed in the title race at the end of a daunting run of fixtures starting with the game against Aston Villa.

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