What the papers say: Campbell contends missing belief is costing Arsenal trophies

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The Sun - Arteta reveals his Fab news
MIKEL ARTETA delivered the news the whole of Spain was praying for - Cesc Fabregas will be fit for the World Cup.

The Daily Express - SOL CAMPBELL WINS ATTENTION OVER ADEBAYOR
OLD BOYS took centre stage at the Emirates. One was booed, two were given warm welcomes and another may just have given England manager Fabio Capello something to think about.

The Independent - Campbell: Gunners must 'work hard'
Sol Campbell has called on Arsenal's talented youngsters to work harder and be more professional if they are to blossom into a side that can win trophies year after year.

The Guardian - Belief is the only thing missing at Arsenal, says Sol Campbell
Sol Campbell says there will be "no stopping" Arsenal when everything eventually comes together for the young side. The Gunners have once again seen a campaign which promised much fail to deliver a trophy, the fifth season in a row without silverware.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger to receive transfer windfall from Highbury property sales
Arsenal are poised to pay off the £133 million loan to redevelop Highbury and so boost Arsène Wenger’s transfer budget.

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