What the papers say: Nasri wants more respect for Arsenal's efforts

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The Daily MirrorRodallega to snub Premier League's elite - Exclusive
Hugo Rodallega is willing to snub the Premier League's elite and move elsewhere for regular football.

The Daily Mail - MARTIN SAMUEL: Change the script if you want a happy ending, Arsene Wenger
It is a pity that Arsene Wenger no longer goes to the pictures; he would rather like what he sees these days. Wenger needs a happy ending at his football club, but he is out of luck. The movie theatre is the only place where such dizzy optimism consistently prevails.

 

The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S SOL CAMPBELL TO STAY FOR ANOTHER YEAR
SOL CAMPBELL has told Arsenal he wants to stay at the club for another year.

The Daily Star - LIVERPOOL AND ARSENAL TOLD GARY CAHILL COULD COST £17M
LIVERPOOL and Arsenal have been told it could take a whopping £17m to sign Bolton's Gary Cahill.

The Independent - Nasri 'annoyed' that Gunners do not receive due credit
While certain Arsenal fans will be annoyed that their club will finish the season potless for the fifth successive term, Samir Nasri is equally annoyed that the players will not get the credit they deserve. The French midfielder also believes that Arsène Wenger's policy of not just simply trying to buy the title should be applauded.

The Guardian - Without our injuries Arsenal would be top of league, says Samir Nasri
Samir Nasri feels it is "annoying" Arsenal will not get the credit they deserve following another season without silverware, and believes they would be top of the table had it not been for a series of serious injuries to key players.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal do not get the respect they deserve, according to Samir Nasri
Samir Nasri feels it is "annoying" Arsenal will not get the credit they deserve following another season without silverware - and believes Arsene Wenger's policy of not just simply trying to buy the title should be applauded.

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