What the papers say: Wenger confident that his players can compete

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The Sun - Arsene: My stars can compete
ARSENE WENGER has urged Arsenal players and fans alike to believe his young side can finally deliver this season.

The Daily Mirror - Nasri: I am no troublemaker
Samir Nasri has claimed he is “starving” for success at Arsenal after missing out on the World Cup.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal starlet Jack Wilshere is a beacon of hope for England in the gloom
As he enjoyed a round of golf with his new team-mates at England's base in Hertfordshire on Monday afternoon, Jack Wilshere had every reason to feel at home.

KIERAN Gibbs and Jack Wilshere have been told their England hopes will be jeopardised unless they force their way into the Gunners’ starting line-up.


The Independent - Wenger confident Arsenal can climb final 'two steps'
Arsene Wenger may be confident Arsenal can climb the "two stairs" necessary to win the title this season but they are likely to have to start their ascent at Liverpool on Sunday without Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal to put trust in Emmanuel Frimpong and Jack Wilshere for Liverpool clash
Arsene Wenger could be without his five most senior central midfielders against Liverpool on Sunday, meaning 18 year-olds Emmanuel Frimpong and Jack Wilshere are in line to make their first Premier League starts for Arsenal.

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