What the papers say: Wenger taunts manager muppets that defend horror tackles

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The Sun - Szczesny must have patience
ARSENE WENGER has told Wojciech Szczesny he will have to bide his time in order to become Arsenal's No1 goalkeeper.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger hits back at rival managers
Arsene Wenger last night hit back at managerial rivals Tony Pulis and Sam Allardyce.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger: I may ban myself from the touchline
Arsene Wenger is considering issuing himself with a touchline ban.

The Daily Express - FABREGAS EYEING CHELSEA CLASH
Arsene Wenger is cautiously optimistic Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas could be fit to play against Barclays Premier League leaders Chelsea next weekend.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL GAFFER ARSENE WENGER TAUNTS PULIS AND ALLARDYCE
ARSENE WENGER last night warned Sam Allardyce and Tony Pulis: You won’t ruffle my feathers!

The Independent - Wenger promises to carry on speaking out about 'violent' tackles
Arsene Wenger said yesterday that he would not back down in his dispute with Sam Allardyce and Tony Pulis and promised to continue speaking out over what he described as "violent football".

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger surprised by Pulis and Allardyce's anger over tackles
Arsène Wenger has told rival Premier League managers to stop taking his criticism of bad tackling personally, after Blackburn's Sam Allardyce, Bolton's Owen Coyle and Stoke's Tony Pulis all objected to his remarks.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal set to announce record profits after Highbury Square boosts club's coffers
Highbury Square Arsenal are due to announce new record profits - and that they have paid off all the debts on their Highbury Square development six months early.

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