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The Sun - Wenger: RVP can haunt us
ARSENE WENGER fears he will be haunted by Robin van Persie.
The Daily Mirror - Mon dieu! Arsenal facing goalkeeper crisis ahead of Champions League clash
Wojciech Szczesny has suffered an ankle injury leaving Vito Mannone to deputise and former fifth choice James Shea to make the bench.
The Daily Mail - Commit to us or else, frustrated Wenger warns Arsenal contract rebel Theo
Arsene Wenger has expressed his irritation at Theo Walcott’s contract stand-off, warning the winger must commit his future to Arsenal as soon as possible.
The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER: I’M WORRIED FOR THEO FUTURE
ARSENE WENGER has hinted he is running out of patience with the Theo Walcott contract saga – and is worried some Arsenal fans might have turned against the England man.
The Daily Star - WENGER'S PATIENCE HITS A WALL OVER THEO
ARSENE WENGER has hinted he is running out of patience with the Theo Walcott contract saga.
The Independent - Wenger places trust in Bould on his return to familiar territory
Arsenal manager must watch from the stands as new campaign starts with French champions.
The Guardian - Theo Walcott's contract wranglings leave Arsenal manager exasperated
Arsène Wenger's excitement at the onset of another Champions League group stage was undercut by exasperation, and it was not only directed at Uefa, the governing body, which has banned him from the touchline and dressing-room for the first three matches, beginning here against Montpellier on Tuesday night.
The Daily Telegraph - Steve Bould to stand in for banned Arsène Wenger for Champions League opener
Steve Bould will make his Champions League debut as a coach on Tuesday – and also take charge of his first senior football match — as he stands in for the suspended Arsène Wenger.
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