What the papers say: Wenger predicts Walcott will break Thierry Henry records

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The Sun - Just call him Theo-rry Henry
ARSENE WENGER reckons Theo Walcott is ready to fill the boots of Thierry Henry by becoming an Arsenal goalscoring legend.

The Daily MirrorWenger: Walcott can become Arsenal's record goalscorer
Arsene Wenger last night hailed Theo Walcott as Arsenal's Formula One superstar - and says he can overtake Thierry Henry.

The Daily MailEven Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is head over heels about Manchester United ace Nani
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has singled out Nani as the key man in Manchester United's push for the Premier League.

The Daily Express - WENGER: THEO IS MY NEW THIERRY
ARSENE WENGER has revealed Thierry Henry confided in him, “I cannot score goals” when he first joined Arsenal, but claims Theo Walcott has no such confidence problems as he attempts to emulate the Frenchman.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER: THEO WALCOTT IS ALREADY AHEAD OF HENRY
ARSENE WENGER believes Theo Walcott is way ahead of schedule in his bid to become Arsenal’s Thierry Henry Mark II.

The Independent - Shakhtar coach hits out at bias towards Wenger's 'grandees'
A "different world" is what the much-travelled Arsène Wenger calls it, this far east of London, and the manager of tonight's opponents Shakhtar Donetsk believes that this geography causes problems for his team with referees.

The Guardian - Is Stan Kroenke preparing for an Arsenal end game?
At a time when Americans have been checking out and checking in at Anfield, there are signs that Stan Kroenke could be stepping up his interest in Arsenal. Club insiders expect the US tycoon ultimately to push his 29.9% stake in the club past the 30% threshold that would trigger a mandatory bid.

The Daily Telegraph - Shakhtar Donetsk v Arsenal: accusations of biased refereeing unfair, says Arsène Wenger
Arsenal arrived in Ukraine on Tuesday to accusations that they had benefited from biased refereeing in beating Shakhtar Donetsk 5-1 at the Emirates last month.

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