What the papers say: Give new boys time, says Arteta

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The SunNo one can match RVP
MIKEL ARTETA claims Arsenal’s £24million strike force of Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski have taken on mission impossible.

The Daily MirrorDutchy subject: Arteta sick of hearing how much Arsenal miss RvP
“All the talk about Robin all of the time... you can get frustrated. You cannot do in two games what it has taken eight years to create. It’s impossible"

The Daily Mail - We must give time for the new boys to settle, insists Arsenal ace Arteta
Mikel Arteta has talked about the new-look Arsenal and admitted they must overcome the 'frustration' of losing two key players.

The Daily Express - AWARD OLIVIER GIROUD MORE PATIENCE
ARSENAL midfielder Mikel Arteta says it is “impossible” to replace Robin van Persie – and he wants £11million striker Olivier Giroud to be given time.

The Daily Star - WE'VE GOT TO SAY RIP TO ROBIN VAN PERSIE INSISTS MIKEL ARTETA
ARSENAL star Mikel Arteta admits it’s impossible to replace Robin van Persie.

The IndependentExtravagant Wenger avoids late transfer rush
When Alex Song's £15 million transfer from Arsenal to Barcelona went through at the start of last week, Arsène Wenger had almost exactly balanced the books on his summer's spending, adding that sum to the £24 million due from Manchester United for Robin van Persie and offsetting it against the fees for Santi Cazorla (£16.5m), Olivier Giroud (£13m) and Lukas Podolski (£11m).

The GuardianArsenal rue stalemate at Stoke, but Mikel Arteta detects signs of hope
Arsenal are not the only club yet to notch a Premier League goal in these early days of the season, but the disquiet is greater at the Emirates than it is at Sunderland, who have played just one match.

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