Regional Paper Talk: Fox hails Arsenal

Arsenal's commercial chief Tom Fox has hailed the club's financial model, while Liverpool fear Glen Johnson could face a lengthy lay-off.

Last Updated: 16/09/13 at 15:39 Post Comment

Arsenal: Financial model hailed by commercial chief

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Arsenal will get more satisfaction from winning trophies than big-spending Premier League rivals such as Chelsea and Manchester City due to the club's financial model, according to the Gunners commercial chief.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Marcello Trotta hopes his loan spell at Brentford can boost his chances of breaking into Fulham's first-team squad.

Nedum Onuoha reckons a friendly atmosphere among QPR players has made all the difference to an unbeaten start.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham manager Sam Allarydce has warned his players that they could be in for a difficult afternoon against Southampton on Sunday if they don't make the most of their scoring chances.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool are hopeful Daniel Sturridge will be passed fit for next week's trip to Swansea City - but fears are growing over Glen Johnson's injury.

Phil Jagielka has revealed his delight at Ross Barkley's England debut - and says the Everton teenager does not realise how good he is.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Bafetimbi Gomis today claimed his move to Newcastle United collapsed at the last minute because the club wouldn't meet his wage demands.

Paolo Di Canio insists his Sunderland revolution HAD to happen.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew will allow a clutch of his first-team players to go out in the autumn to tune up their fitness, with Gabriel Obertan and Haris Vuckic among the senior men available.

Keiren Westwood has leapt to the defence of Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio, insisting the Black Cats players have no problem with the demands of their fiery boss.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Paolo Di Canio is unfazed by Sunderland's poor start to the season and unperturbed by the difficult games ahead.

EVENING GAZETTE

Gareth Southgate has admitted he was appointed Boro boss too soon.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Aston Villa defender Jores Okore insists his pre-season injury woes are well and truly behind him as he tries to kick on with club and country.

Jonas Olsson believes the best years of his career are still ahead of him - claiming that he will need to raise his own standards to ensure he has a memorable season of domestic and international football.

Kenny Jackett says it is not the responsibility of Wolves to produce players for the England team, warning that the club "would die" if they focused purely on the domestic youth market.

EXPRESS & STAR

Jonas Olsson today claimed Albion's deadline-day signings will shake up the dressing room as he hailed new-boy Scott Sinclair as one of the Premier League's best wingers.

Stiliyan Petrov today revealed his emotional ovation left him on the verge of tears after his charity showpiece at Celtic.

Kenny Jackett today admitted the quality of League One has surprised Wolves - but declared their excellent start has convinced him they can have a memorable season.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

The Saudi Arabian prince who has taken over Sheffield United twice rejected the chance to invest in Leeds United.

THE DAILY ECHO

Saints striker Dani Osvaldo has no regrets about leaving Roma this summer.

READING POST

Nigel Adkins felt Saturday's run out against Oman was very worthwhile despite seeing his team slump to a 2-0 defeat.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes insists there is no ill-will towards Manchester City ahead of Saturday's reunion with his old club.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Owen Coyle has not ruled out bolstering his squad further despite being satisfied Wigan have the depth to take them through to summer.

THE STAR

Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has pledged not to embark upon a controversial rebrand of Sheffield United after becoming co-owner of the League One club.

Martin Taylor believes that it is important for Wednesday to notch their first win of the season when Yeovil visit Hillsborough on Saturday.

EVENING TIMES

David Templeton reckons the fear of a spell on the sidelines will drive Rangers to success this season.

Former Rangers defender Craig Paterson believes that trialist Marius Zaliukas could travel all the way to the top flight with the Light Blues.

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