What the papers say: Arsenal decide not to pursue Ramsey compensation

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The Sun - Owen: Gunners not shot down
OWEN COYLE has dismissed Arsene Wenger's claim his players are singled out by Premier League opponents for rough treatment.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene... the world's not against Arsenal, it's on your side
This week has provided a fascinating insight into the Arsenal psyche. Arsene Wenger, Arsenal's players and the fans seem to believe the world is against them. But, in truth, almost every neutral - bar Tottenham fans, of course - wants Arsenal to beat Chelsea and Manchester United in our fascinating three-horse title race. 

ARSENAL chief executive Ivan Gazidis said Aaron Ramsey’s horror injury “ripped the heart out of the club” and added that they must win the Champions League or Premier League in his honour.

The Times - Arsenal will not pursue Aaron Ramsey compensation
Ivan Gazidis, the Arsenal chief executive, has said that the club will not be seeking compensation over Aaron Ramsey’s injury, despite claiming yesterday that “a bit of the heart was ripped out of the club”.

The Guardian - Theo Walcott a clipped wing as England labour to make inroads
England should have struck the first blow as early as the fifth minute tonight, when Theo Walcott ran on to Wayne Rooney's through-pass and guided the ball carefully across the penalty area into the path of Frank Lampard.

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