What the papers say: Eduardo suffers hamstring setback as Gallas moodiness looms

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The Sun - Now we're all 4 it!
ARSENE WENGER reckons the Big Four will soon be a thing of the past.

The Mirror - Eduardo hit the post on his return to action for Arsenal reserves last night.
Eduardo plays for Arsenal reserves 297 days after horror leg break

The Daily Mail - Eduardo suffers hamstring strain on return for Arsenal ten months after horror injury
Eduardo was back in action for Arsenal last night, lining up for the reserves 298 days after his horror leg-break, only to suffer a hamstring strain that will further delay his first-team return.

The Express - EDUARDO EYES CUP COMEBACK
Eduardo hopes he could be back in action for Arsenal when they kick off their FA Cup campaign at the start of January.

The Daily Telegraph - William Gallas mind games still worry Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger has questioned whether William Gallas has recovered fully psychologically from the events that led to him being stripped of the captaincy of Arsenal.

The GuardianEduardo returns to action
Having received generous applause and the loudest cheer when his name was read out ahead of Arsenal's reserve game last night, Eduardo da Silva could be in little doubt who most of the crowd of 2,285 at Barnet, including Arsène Wenger, Tony Adams and Dennis Bergkamp, had turned up to see.

The Times - Arsenal toast Eduardo da Silva’s return to action
It is the news that all supporters apart from the most mean-spirited have been waiting for. Eduardo da Silva, the Arsenal striker whose career was almost ended by a sickening challenge, played again last night for the first time since he was injured in February. 

The Independent - Wenger rues Gallas's 'lost happiness'
Arsene Wenger yesterday cast fresh doubt over the future of William Gallas by claiming the Arsenal defender had lost the "happiness to play" football. 
 

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