What the papers say: Arsene screwed as Gunners lack fireworks

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The Sun - Carroll leaves Arsene screwed
ARSENE WENGER admitted his Arsenal team are struggling to cope with home expectations after another Emirates defeat.

The Daily MirrorWenger: Home form is costing us the title
Arsene Wenger last night admitted he is is concerned Arsenal’s home form could undermine their title chances.

The Daily MailArsenal 0 Newcastle 1: Carroll the rising star delivers Gunners another big problem
Didier Drogba has tormented Arsenal for years with his physical prowess. On Sunday, the Gunners were hit by the Geordie version - and it wasn't as if Arsene Wenger had not seen it coming.

The Daily Express -ANDY CARROLL COULD BE FABIO CAPELLO'S DREAM AGAINST FRANCE 
HOW to handle Andy Carroll? That is a question England coach Fabio Capello and the FA will try to answer but also a problem they hope will keep frustrating French defenders.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL 0 - NEWCASTLE 1: WENGER'S BIG GUNS LACKING IN FIREWORKS
ARSENAL picked the day when they had their strongest-looking squad of the season to turn in their worst display so far.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal 0 Newcastle United 1
Both personally and professionally, it is doubtful whether Arsène Wenger has endured many more depressing weekends.

The Times - Andy Carroll rises to the occasion for Newcastle
Andy Carroll put his off-field problems aside to head Newcastle United into the Champions League picture.

The Guardian - Andy Carroll heads Newcastle to victory as Arsenal buckle at home
Arsène Wenger declared before this game that Arsenal's home form would be vital for their title challenge. More displays like this and a more apt word would be fatal.

The Independent - Rough diamond Carroll adds to his reputation
Fabio Capello was presented yesterday with compelling reasons for picking Newcastle United striker Andy Carroll for next week's friendly against France, but also more than sufficient justification for leaving him out.

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