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The Sun - Gunners plot Emirates sell-off
ARSENAL are ready to make more cash by selling land around the Emirates. The club yesterday announced a £2.5million loss for the last six months of 2010.
The Daily Mirror - Grief pours out from Arsenal stars while head honcho sprouts about finances
The Arsenal fans who left Wembley questioning Arsene Wenger and his players have had enough of promises of a bright future. And the last thing many wanted to hear last night was the latest justification of a trophy drought.
The Daily Mail - Tunnel fracas after Vela's 'offside' goal earns point
Jonas Olsson was accused of vandalism after West Bromwich team-mate Carlos Vela's controversial late equaliser sparked a tunnel bust-up at the Britannia Stadium.
The Daily Express - ROBIN VAN PERSIE PAYS PRICE
ARSENE WENGER was last night sweating on the fitness of striker Robin van Persie after he had a scan on the knee he injured in the Carling Cup defeat.
The Independent - Arsenal count cost to morale of Wenger's cup final gamble
Tomas Rosicky called it "the big mistake" while Marouane Chamakh said it was "stupid". The Arsenal players were referring to the calamitous mix-up between their goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and defender Laurent Koscielny that handed the Carling Cup to Birmingham City in a dramatic conclusion to Sunday's Wembley final.
The Guardian - Arsenal fear Robin van Persie knee injury ahead of Barcelona return
Arsenal are awaiting the results of a scan on Robin van Persie's knee. It is feared that the striker could miss next week's trip to Barcelona for the second leg of the club's Champions League last-16 tie.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis reaffirms club's faith in Arsène Wenger's long-term vision
Ivan Gazidis, the Arsenal chief executive, has admitted that it is “compulsory” for the club to win their first trophy since 2005 but remains adamant that Arsène Wenger’s grand vision will be vindicated.
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