What the papers say: Wenger fears Arsenal are psychologically damaged

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The SunBendtner back for the Gunners
ARSENE WENGER looks set to end Nicklas Bendtner's week-long ban tonight.

The Daily MirrorWenger fears psychological damage after Spurs defeat
Arsene Wenger fears Arsenal's season could crash in spectacular fashion unless they get over their derby hangover.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger demands Arsenal bounce back from shock Spurs defeat against Braga
When trying to overcome the shock of a home defeat by your greatest rivals, especially after throwing away a two-goal lead, then the perfect opposition would seem to be a side you have already thrashed 6-0.

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal will have no sense of superiority when they tackle Braga at the AXA Stadium on Tuesday night looking to secure a place in the last 16 of the Champions League.

ARSENE WENGER last night admitted skipper Cesc Fabregas is suffering a mental block.

The Independent - Wenger tells Arsenal to quit the damaging habit of complacency
Playing a return game against opposition beaten 6-0 two months earlier ought to inspire confidence in any team. The danger for Arsenal in tonight's Champions League tie here is a drift into the complacency that has infested recent performances away to Shakhtar Donetsk and at home to the old enemy Tottenham on Saturday.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger fears Arsenal could make a habit of surrendering leads
Arsène Wenger has admitted there is a danger that Arsenal could establish a habit of throwing away victory in games after Tottenham Hotspur beat them 3-2 at the Emirates on Saturday.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger concerned by team's mental fragility after derby defeat to Tottenham
Arsène Wenger has promised to give “every drop of my blood” to help Arsenal win a trophy, but then suggested that the season would actually hinge on his ability to get between the ears of his players.

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