Despite there seemingly being a lot going on at Arsenal over the weekend, just two stories dominate the papers this morning.

The first concerns Jodie Taylors’ heroics for England as she scored her fifth goal of the Euros to set up a semi-final place in the tournament for the Lionnessess. England had not beaten France since 1974.

The other story concerns Arsene Wenger spinning it that players being in the last year of their contract as a good thing. It’s not.

But one of Wenger’s strongest traits is the ability to see a positive in any situation, and when you think back to Theo Walcott during the whole ‘sign da ting’ saga and how well he played (form he’s never since replicated), perhaps the boss could have a point.

It’s worth noting that of all the main papers, all featured Jodie Taylor and England on their back page, apart from the S*n, of course.

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