What the papers say: Eboue told to prove the critics wrong, starting tonight in Porto

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The Sun - Eboue set to play for Gunners
ARSENE WENGER admits he is starting Emmanuel Eboue in the Champions League tonight only because Arsenal are playing away from home.

The Daily Mail - Fans just went too far in their abuse of Eboue, says Arsenal boss Wenger
Arsene Wenger told Arsenal fans their attack on Emmanuel Eboue was a step too far as he rejected the notion that modern footballers are fair game for abuse because of their enormous wealth.

ARSENE Wenger is adamant that the abuse Emmanuel Eboue suffered from Arsenal’s boo-boys will never happen again.

ARSENE Wenger is confident the abuse Emmanuel Eboue suffered from Arsenal’s boo-boys will never happen again.

The Times - Arsenal fans crossed line with booing of Emmanuel Eboue, says Arsene Wenger
Arsène Wenger believes that Arsenal supporters went too far by reducing one of their own players to tears on Saturday.

The Independent Wenger keen to give Eboué chance of redemption
Arsenal need only a draw in their Champions League tie in Porto tonight to secure a top-place finish in Group G and a successful trip to Portugal could also provide a tonic for their beleaguered midfielder Emmanuel Eboué.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Emmanuel Eboue told to prove critics wrong against Porto
Emmanuel Eboue starts a game for the first time since late October with the brief to prove his critics wrong and lead Arsenal into the knockout stages of the Champions League as group winners, in the intimidating arena that is Porto's Estadio do Dragao.

The Guardian - Arsenal and Eboué suffer the curse of the £1,000-a-season fan
Emmanuel Eboué's tears shamed everyone except the player himself. The only sensible response, as he headed for the touchline with a devil's symphony of jeering in his ears, was to place a large question mark against currently fashionable theories about the wisdom of crowds.

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