What the papers say: Vermaelen states the bleeding obvious 'Arsenal must improve'

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The Sun - Walcott: I have to deliver
THEO WALCOTT has set his sights on delivering a "massive season" for Arsenal and England.

The Daily Mirror - Walcott: My debt to Becks
Theo Walcott has revealed his debt to David Beckham for counselling him through a summer of heartache.

The Daily Mail - Wantaway Mark Schwarzer pleads with Fulham boss Mark Hughes to let him join Arsenal
Mark Schwarzer has pleaded with Fulham boss Mark Hughes to sell him to Arsenal. 'I need it to happen,' said the goalkeeper, 37. 'I've had a couple of chats with Mark (Hughes). It's delicately poised.

The Daily Express - THEO WALCOTT READY TO PICK UP DAVID BECKHAM’S FALLEN BATON
THEO WALCOTT has revealed that David Beckham bombarded him with emails and phone calls during the summer, telling him to keep his chin up after his World Cup rejection heartbreak.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S MANUEL ALMUNIA TO QUIT IF WENGER SIGNS NEW KEEPER
MANUEL ALMUNIA is ready to quit Arsenal with his position as No.1 keeper no longer guaranteed.

The Independent - Arsenal must improve, says Vermaelen
Thomas Vermaelen has learnt to sing off the Arsenal hymn sheet in his solitary season, warning his team-mates yesterday they cannot let down their guard for one moment if they are to mount a serious title challenge.

The Guardian - Phil Jagielka tells Arsenal he is happy to stay at Everton
Phil Jagielka has played down reports linking him with a move from Everton to Arsenal before the close of the transfer window.

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