Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger remains defiant - What the back pages say on August 21

21 August 2011 07:26
[LNB]MAIL ON SUNDAYArsene Wenger remained defiant yesterday in the wake of Arsenal's 2-0 home defeat by Liverpool as he faced up to the most challenging week in his 15-year reign at the club.[LNB]Also: Squeaky late wins isn't how it was meant to be for Andre Villas-Boas, protege of a fellow Portuguese who was all but at invincible for years at this ground. But a stuttering start to the season at least brought a first win in his first home match as manager at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea needing to come from behind to do it.[LNB] Grim: Arsene Wenger (right) insists he won't leave Arsenal[LNB]THE PEOPLEArsene Wenger is making a shock move to take Real Madrid star Kaka on loan.[LNB]Also: Joey Barton was back in the wars yesterday as Newcastle won the Tyne-Wear tear-up...Manchester United were trying to rescue their ?35million bid for Wesley Sneijder last night - with United club sponsors believed to be involved in negotiations.[LNB]DAILY STAR SUNDAYArsene Wenger insisted last night that there's 'no chance' of him quitting his job at Arsenal. [LNB]Also: Man City have failed in a late swoop for Inter Milan's Wesley Sneijder.[LNB]SUNDAY MIRRORJubilant Newcastle stars went out on the Toon last night with boss Alan Pardew as they celebrated their fifth victory of the 21st century at the Stadium of Light[LNB]Also: Manchester City are ready to let Emmanuel Adebayor join Tottenham on a free transfer.[LNB] Wanted: Emmanuel Adebayor[LNB]SUNDAY EXPRESSArsene Wenger last night reiterated his commitment to Arsenal - defiantly insisting: "There is NO CHANCE of me walking away."[LNB]Also:Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has persuaded the club to let him offload his long list of highly paid cast-offs.[LNB]SUNDAY TELEGRAPHDespite losing at home to Liverpool, having Emmanuel Frimpong sent off, losing Laurent Koscielny to injury, facing a Champions League eliminator against Udinese on Wednesday and then a trip to Manchester United next weekend, Arsene Wenger claimed he was under no more pressure "than usual" and there was "no chance I will walk away". [LNB]Also:  With 10 days left until the close of the transfer window, Tottenham are seeking to do as many as 10 deals in and out of the club.[LNB]THE INDEPENDENT"You can spend money and have a bad team," Arsene Wenger insisted after walking off here with Arsenal supporters again urging him to invest. [LNB]Also: A week after Manchester City expected to complete the signing of Samir Nasri, the Frenchman remains an Arsenal player with the prospect of him staying on rising by the day.[LNB] [LNB]THE TIMES:Arsene Wenger denied he is considering quitting last night despite another traumatic day for Arsenal, who went down 2-0 at home to Liverpool amid jeers from their own fans.[LNB]Also: England's drive towards a 4-0 whitewash of India in the final Test was disrupted but not derailed yesterday.[LNB]THE GUARDIANAppealing for calm, Arsene Wenger said: "We live in circumstances where every defeat is absolutely a disgrace - an earthquake." But there was no mistaking the tremors after Liverpool's 2-0 victory as the Arsenal manager's troubled team face the second leg of a Champions League qualifier against Udinese on Wednesday and a visit to Manchester United at the weekend.[LNB]Also: Arsene Wenger says there is no chance he will walk away from Arsenal, effectively overruling the intervention of David Dein, his former vice-chairman, who warned that if Gunners' fans kept complaining and demanding more money be spent the manager could wash his hands of the club.[LNB][LNB] [LNB]

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