What the papers say: Another gaffe but Wenger refuses to blame Almunia

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The Sun - Graham’s blast at Almunia
GEORGE GRAHAM reckons his old club Arsenal will not win anything with blunder keeper Manuel Almunia.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal target Schwarzer set to extend Fulham deal
Mark Schwarzer is in talks to extend his contract at Fulham. The Australia goalkeeper submitted a transfer request last month following a bid from Arsenal. But after refusing to sell, the Whites want the 37-year-old to finish his career at Craven Cottage.

The Daily Mail - Wenger is losing it: Fuming Arsenal boss turns on his players after Albion defeat
Arsene Wenger, branded a 'nutter' by Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, tore into his young Arsenal team on Saturday night following their 3-2 defeat at home by West Bromwich Albion.

The Daily Express - WENGER WON'T BLAME ALMUNIA 
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger refused to criticise goalkeeper Manuel Almunia following their shock 3-2 home defeat by West Brom.

The Daily Star - ROBERTO MANCINI'S WEST BROM SEND ARSENAL'S TITLE HOPES UP IN A PUFF OF SMOKE
THIS time Arsene Wenger did not go mental – but Roberto Di Matteo did go menthol!

The Independent - Wenger defends Almunia after yet another blunder
This time there was no point berating a fourth official. Seven days earlier, Arsène Wenger had taken out his frustrations on the man with the electronic board after Arsenal had dropped points at the Stadium of Light, but on Saturday the Arsenal manager had no-one to blame but his players – and himself.

The Daily Telegraph - Manuel Almunia gaffes are a real drag for Arsenal as West Bromwich Albion celebrate
At the end of this remarkable game, Roberto Di Matteo celebrated with a cigarette outside the ground. Had there been a smoking gun outside the Arsenal dressing room, few could have been surprised.

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