What the papers say: Campbell's fitness means Wenger must prioritise trophy hunt

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The Sun - Den learns from hard knocks
DENILSON believes Arsenal are perfectly positioned to lift some silverware — after learning the hard way what it's like to fail in recent years.

The Daily Mirror - With mesmerising Messi Barcelona may look irresistible, but I'm convinced Arsenal can beat them, and here's why
Martin O'Neill recently joked that football fans these days suddenly think they are top tacticians themselves based on a few games of Championship Manager.

The Daily Mail - Thomas Vermaelen loses bid to have red card overturned as Arsenal star is banned for Birmingham City clash
Arsenal have failed in an appeal against the red card shown to Thomas Vermaelen in Saturday's match against West Ham.

Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen must serve a one-match suspension after his appeal against the red card received in Saturday's victory over West Ham was rejected.

The Times - FA reject Arsenal's appeal over Thomas Vermaelen’s red card
Arsenal's attempts to overturn Thomas Vermaelen’s one-match suspension have been thrown out by the FA.

The Independent - Van Persie is looking 'sharp'
The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger said yesterday that his Dutch striker Robin van Persie is looking "very sharp" and that he hopes he will be back before the end of the season. The 26 year-old has been missing since suffering ankle ligament damage in an international friendly last November.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger faces selection headache for Birmingham City and Barcelona clashes
Arsène Wenger is facing a major selection quandary over Sol Campbell and whether he should prioritise the Premier League match against Birmingham this Saturday or next week's Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona.

The Guardian - Andrey Arshavin says Arsenal need more players to win Premier League
Andrey Arshavin believes Arsenal's lack of strength in depth will hamper their Premier League title challenge.

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