What the papers say: Cometh the hour, cometh the Dane?

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The Sun - I’ll be back in the Nick of time
NICKLAS BENDTNER is adamant he will fire the goals to lead Arsenal to the title.

The Daily Mirror - Bendtner: I'm ready to fire Arsenal to the title
Nicklas Bendtner last night promised he can be Arsenal’s main man in their title challenge.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal have a goalkeeper crisis but ex-Gunner Jens Lehmann still walks tall
On Mercedesstrasse, in downtown Stuttgart, underneath one of those city centre flyovers that used to be called futuristic, a smile begins to crack across the face of Jens Lehmann.

NICKLAS Bendtner says he has been up to the job of being Arsenal’s main man in attack for some time – even though he is just 22.

The Times - Theo Walcott under 'terrible pressure', says Arsene Wenger
Theo Walcott is being put under "terrible pressure" to be fully fit in time for the World Cup finals in South Africa this summer, according to Arsene Wenger.

The Independent - Walcott omitted from Under-21 side as Moses and Delfouneso earn call-ups
The Arsenal midfielder Theo Walcott has been left out of Stuart Pearce's squad for next Wednesday's European Championship qualifier with Greece, increasing speculation the 20-year-old could feature for the senior side against Egypt at Wembley on the same night.

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