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The Sun - Lehmann faces a stiff task
JENS LEHMANN is in line for a runout with Arsenal's reserves at Wigan today.
The Daily Mirror - Russia pundits slam Arshavin's "parody of football"
Andrey Arshavin has been made the scapegoat for Russia’s goalless draw in Armenia.
The Daily Mail - Fernando Torres warns Cesc Fabregas over proposed summer switch to Barcelona
Fernando Torres has told Cesc Fabregas to prepare himself for a backlash if he quits Arsenal for Barcelona having seen himself go from hero to zero on Merseyside after quitting Liverpool for Chelsea in January.
The Daily Express - ENGLAND'S JACK WILSHERE U21 PLEA WILL SPARK STORM
JACK WILSHERE has indicated he wants to play for England Under-21s in this summer’s European Championship in a move that risks putting serious strain on the relations between Arsenal and the FA.
The Daily Star - JACK WILSHERE: LET ME PLAY
JACK WILSHERE yesterday sparked a club v country war by revealing he wants to double up for England.
The Independent - Torres warns Fabregas to steer clear of Barcelona
Fernando Torres has suggested his Spain team-mate Cesc Fabregas is better off staying at Arsenal because he might not get a game if he switched to Barcelona.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal and Liverpool to speak to Football Association again over selection of Jack Wilshere and Andy Carroll
Arsenal and Liverpool intend to make further representations to the Football Association in an attempt to persuade Stuart Pearce that it is not in the best interests of their players to be selected for both the senior and under-21 England teams this year.
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