What the papers say: Sol defers Pompey claim to help save club

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The Sun - Sol: It's Gunner be tough
SOL CAMPBELL has warned Arsenal's youngsters not to expect an easy ride as they battle to land the Premier League title.

The Daily Mirror - Campbell wins legal battle with Portsmouth
Sol Campbell has won his £1.7million legal action against Portsmouth. But the former Pompey captain has agreed that the unpaid wage bill will not have to be settled until the crisis club finds a new buyer.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal defender Sol Campbell ends his £1.5m court case against ailing PortsmouthSol Campbell has agreed to end a £1.5m court case against Portsmouth after the crisis club admitted they do owe him the money.

The Times - Sol Campbell wins first stage in court fight with Portsmouth
Sol Campbell has won the first stage of his fight against Portsmouth for almost £2 million in unpaid wages and image rights.

The Guardian - Sol Campbell to defer claim for unpaid wages from Portsmouth
Sol Campbell has promised not to pursue Portsmouth through the courts for £1.7m in unpaid wages and image rights payments until a buyer has been found for the stricken club.

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