What the papers say: Theo takes the plaudits after convincing Arsenal recovery

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The Sun - Kolo KO hits Euro Toure
ARSENAL have been rocked by an injury crisis ahead of their Champions League clash at Fenerbahce.

At The Emirates they say 'Arsene knows' but I don't agree with the decision of the Arsenal boss (below) to often name Theo Walcott as a sub.

The Daily Mail - Young Gunner Theo Walcott needs only a walk-on part as Arsenal hit back against Everton
Clutching the man-of-the-match champagne in one hand and high-fiving acclaimed movie director Spike Lee with the other, Theo Walcott is casting for a role as one of football's good guys.

ROBIN Van Persie hit the nail on the head after revealing his disappointment at the misses which could have all but sunk Arsenal’s title chances.

The Times - David Moyes is punished for caution against Arsenal
Normal service was resumed in North London on Saturday as Arsenal banished the memories of their humiliating 2-1 home defeat by Hull City last month by coming from behind to beat a limited Everton team who failed to build on an early goal and an enterprising start. 

The Independent - Fightback saved Arsenal's season, claims Wenger
So slight are the margins of error available to Arsenal that, on Saturday 18 October, more than seven months before the Premier League title is presented, Arsène Wenger declared: "We played for our season today." Although it was uttered with the benefit of hindsight – and three points which, if Wenger's argument is followed, kept his team's campaign alive – it was still some statement.

The Guardian - Walcott-inspired comeback fails to disguise Arsenal's frailty
Arsenal have their exorcism. The memory of Hull City's riotous evening at the Emirates had hung heavy over these parts in recent weeks, this club's title challenge reduced to a stagger long before their path had crossed any other perceived contenders, though Arsène Wenger could afford, for once, to do without his pre-match motivational handouts on Saturday.

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