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The Sun - Watch your back, sonny
BURNLEY aim to end their awayday blues by shackling Cesc Fabregas - with a player old enough to be his father.
The Daily Mirror - Walcott: 'I'm facing a fight to make the World Cup'
Theo Walcott has admitted he is facing an uphill battle to force his way into England’s World Cup plans.
The Daily Mail - Juventus want Arsenal star Robin van Persie in exchange for Brazil hard man Felipe Melo
Juventus will test Arsene Wenger's desire to sign Felipe Melo by insisting on an Arsenal star in exchange. The Gunners boss admits he is still interested in Melo, who he failed to land when the Brazil midfielder left Fiorentina for Juve in a players plus cash deal worth £21million.
The Daily Express - ALEX FERGUSON FEARS ARSENAL BID
SIR Alex Ferguson has admitted old foes Arsenal have re-emerged as a serious threat to Manchester United’s bid for a record fourth successive Premier League title.
The Daily Star - FABIO HAPPY TO WAIT FOR THEO WALCOTT
THEO WALCOTT could end up as the exception to Fabio Capello’s hard-line rule.
The Independent - Shawcross forgiven for tackle on Ramsey
Ryan Shawcross, the Stoke City defender, has been reassured by Theo Walcott that the Arsenal team hold no grudges or ill feeling after his challenge last weekend broke the leg of Aaron Ramsey.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: Aaron Ramsey's injury will not end his career
Aaron Ramsey's double fracture to his right leg is not a career-threatening injury, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said on Thursday.
The Guardian - Referees do not protect Arsenal enough, says Tomas Rosicky
Tomas Rosicky, the Arsenal midfielder, has endorsed the views of his manager Arsène Wenger by claiming referees are not protective enough of the club's players.
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