What the papers say: Arsenal legend predicts Wenger will stay for life

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The SunAlex Song: Why are you so harsh on Arsenal?
ALEX SONG can't get his head round why critics have been sniping at Arsenal this season.

The Daily Mirror - Song: Arsenal can rule Europe without Cesc
Alex Song believes Arsenal have finally recovered from the loss of Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas.

The Daily MailForget it, Arsene! Dortmund tell Gunners £30m-rated target Gotze is not for sale
Arsene Wenger's hopes of capturing Borussia Dortmund's young midfield star Mario Gotze have taken a real blow after the club insisted he would not be sold.

The Daily ExpressSZCZESNY - GUNNERS HAVE NO FEAR
Wojciech Szczesny claims Arsenal will not fear anyone in their current form - but warned against taking Fulham's challenge lightly at Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Star - ALEX SONG'S AIMING TO BE AN EVEN BIGGER HIT
ALEX SONG has warned Arsenal’s rivals: You ain’t seen nothing yet.

The IndependentArsenal back on song after summer woes
Alex Song says Arsenal's Champions League progress demonstrates they have turned a corner after their 8-2 defeat to Manchester United in August and the frantic transfer deadline day signings following the departures of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri.

The GuardianAlex Song says Jack Wilshere return will make Arsenal even stronger
Alex Song says that when Jack Wilshere and other injured players return, Arsenal will be able to field an even stronger side than the one that on Wednesday became the first from the Premier League to qualify for this season's Champions League last 16.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger loves Arsenal and will be there for life, insists club's former star Robert Pires
Robert Pires believes Arsène Wenger will stay at Arsenal for life, despite his former manager’s claim in a recent interview that he will consider his future at the end of this season.

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