What the papers say: Arsenal launch fanshare scheme

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The Sun - Lukasz: I can still be Fab
LUKASZ FABIANSKI has vowed to become Arsenal's long-term No1 — even if the club sign Mark Schwarzer.

The Daily Mirror - Benfica closing in on loan-to-buy deal for Arsenal starlet
Portuguese giants Benfica were last night trying to complete a deal for Arsenal youngster Armand Traore. Benfica are discussing a loan with a view to a permanent £1.5million deal for the versatile French under-21 international.

The Daily Express - MAROONED ARSENAL NEARLY MISS THE BUS
THE Arsenal bus went missing in Liverpool after the game on Sunday, leaving players and staff waiting at the Anfield exit doors in the hope that another stereotype had not been realised.

The Independent - Arsenal offer supporters a stake in the club's future
Arsenal supporters Trust will today launch an initiative which aims to help fans buy a small shareholding and increase their representation in the Premier League club.

The Guardian - Arsenal offer 'fanshares' to dampen fears of takeover
Arsenal will today seek to buck the trend of fans revolting against wealthy owners by inviting their supporters to buy shares in the club and play a role in its governance.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's big four shareholders give enhanced 'Fanshare' ownership the nod
Arsenal supporters have won the backing of the club's four major shareholders for a groundbreaking new scheme that would follow the Barcelona model of enhanced fan ownership.

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