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The Sun - Wenger plays keepy-uppy
ARSENE WENGER is desperate for Arsenal's keepers to stick two fingers up at their critics.
The Daily Mirror - Arsenal 'pushing Wenger into money-spinning pre-season tour'
Arsene Wenger last night admitted he is "under pressure" to go on a money-spinning foreign tour next summer.
The Daily Mail - So, does Arsene have a point? Sportsmail looks at Wenger's claims that Arsenal need better protection
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has a bee in his bonnet about his players - or technically gifted players in general - receiving more protection from referees.
The Daily Express - CESC FABREGAS STUCK IN THE MIDDLE BETWEEN ARSENAL AND BARCELONA
ARSENAL will use every goal, good performance and victory as evidence that Cesc Fabregas has never been happier – but he still needs convincing which home his heart belongs to.
The Daily Star - ALLARDYCE: WHINGING WENGER SWAYS REFS
SAM ALLARDYCE has reignited his feud with Arsene Wenger by accusing him of trying to influence referees.
The Independent - Wenger is a hypocrite, says Bolton's Coyle... and he 'has media in his pocket', adds Allardyce
Arsene Wenger was yesterday accused of duplicity by the Bolton Wanderers' manager Owen Coyle in the aftermath of Bolton's controversial match at the Emirates last Saturday.
The Guardian - Arsène Wenger under attack from Owen Coyle and Sam Allardyce
Arsène Wenger must be getting used to criticism from other managers, but yesterday he came under a double attack from Owen Coyle and Sam Allardyce. The Bolton manager accused Wenger of duplicity, while the Blackburn manager suggested the Frenchman had manipulated the media to his own ends.
The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas should stay at Arsenal for many years, says Gael Clichy
Cesc Fabregas can lead Arsenal to long-awaited success this season – and has been urged to commit his long-term future to the Emirates Stadium.
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