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The Sun - Gunners are cracking up
ARSENAL legend Emmanuel Petit has accused Gunners stars of "cracking up". And he says skipper Cesc Fabregas needs to see a shrink.
The Daily Mirror - Wenger has week to save Arsenal's season
Arsenal have one week to save their season or face disaster on four fronts. Manager Arsene Wenger surveyed the wreckage of the Gunners FA Cup campaign at Old Trafford after Manchester United’s 2-0 win. And he knows with a rest coming up this week because of Champions League commitments for Chelsea and Manchester United, he has the perfect chance to get players fit and to refocus.
The Daily Mail - Former Gunners No 1 Lehmann ready to answer Wenger SOS
Jens Lehmann is willing to answer Arsene Wenger's goalkeeper SOS - if the Arsenal boss asks him. The retired former Germany No 1 spent five years with the Gunners and has returned to the club's London Colney training base for a six-week coaching stint.
The Daily Express - IS ARSENE WENGER LOSING LE PLOT?
EVEN before the Nou Camp capitulation the talk among many Arsenal followers in the tapas bars was of Arsene Wenger’s future.
The Independent - Arsenal lack 'winning mentality' says Emmanuel Petit
Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit feels his old club are paying the price for not playing to their strengths and not having enough proven winners.
The Guardian - Arsenal running out of targets to miss after Manchester United defeat
If Arsenal had a defence as impassable as their mental block they would never lose another match. They continue to be the supreme obstacle to themselves.
The Daily Telegraph - Alan Hansen: Arsenal desperately need to find a leader from within to push them towards Premier League title
If Arsenal are to salvage their season by winning the Premier League, they will need somebody to summon the leadership qualities and mental strength that Arsène Wenger’s players simply do not seem to possess.
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