What the papers say: Szczesny debut provides hope on disappointing night

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The SunMan Utd 1 Arsenal 0
ONE goal from Ji-Sung Park disguised the fact this was a walk in the park for Manchester United.

The Daily MirrorFerdinand salutes a testing United win
Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand insists his side were good value for their hard-fought 1-0 win over title rivals Arsenal.

The Daily Mail - Rio Ferdinand claims win over Arsenal has given Manchester United the edge in title race
Rio Ferdinand hailed Manchester United's victory over Arsenal as a 'big result' and claims it has given his side the edge in the race for the Barclays Premier League title.

The Daily ExpressARSENAL ROOKIE GOALKEEPER WOJCIECH SZCZESNY LEARNS FAST
THIS is why football holds so much of this country in its thrall – because it produces epic, unscripted drama, like pitching a 20-year-old rookie goalkeeper into the cast for one of the season’s big, set-piece confrontations.

The Daily Star - JI-SUNG PARK SINKS WENGER
ARSENE Wenger was left seeing red as Arsenal’s title hopes were put in their place by an old rival.

The Independent - Wenger predicts bright future for Szczesny
Arsene Wenger has predicted a big future for 20-year-old goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny after he plunged the Pole into the white-hot atmosphere at Manchester United last night.

The Guardian Arsène Wenger condemns pitch after Arsenal lose to Manchester United
Arsène Wenger offered a prickly response to criticisms of Arsenal's record against Manchester United and Chelsea after his side had extended their run against the new Premier League leaders and the champions to 11 games without a win.

The Daily TelegraphWojciech Szczesny has confidence to become 'great'
There is a variety of explanations for Arsène Wenger’s failure to buy a goalkeeper this summer. From accusations of being a stubborn spendthrift to simply having a blind spot in his assessment of the position, most theories start from the assumption that Wenger has made a mistake.

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