What the papers say: Wenger and players rally round Eboue

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The Sun - Arsenal 1 Wigan 0
WHEN it comes to fighting in the trenches, you would not want to be alongside too many Arsenal fans.

The Mirror - Arsenal in new swoop for Liverpool star Xabi Alonso - Exclusive
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to make a new bid for Liverpool's Spanish midfield supremo Xabi Alonso - and bring his strength and experience into his side.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal fans should be ashamed for abuse of their own man Eboue
Deep inside the stadium, the poor lad was in tears. Outside, 60,000 were still chuckling to themselves as they made their way
home. They were laughing at one man’s misery - the substitute who was substituted.

The Daily Express - WENGER: EBOUE LOST HIS CONFIDENCE
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted Emmanuel Eboue could have handed Wigan a point if the substitute had not been replaced in the last minute at the Emirates Stadium.

The Times - Arsenal colleagues rally round sad Emmanuel Eboué
Emmanuel Eboué is a popular player in the Arsenal dressing-room, according to Arsène Wenger, the manager, which is just as well. The Ivory Coast defender does not seem to have too many friends elsewhere in the Emirates Stadium, to judge from the merciless jeering that he endured during Saturday’s narrow win over Wigan Athletic. 

The Independent Eboué tormentors taint Arsenal's arduous win
It may seem harsh, but the fact is that people like this represent something – not just in football, but in society itself – and that means their feelings should not be spared. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger backs Emmanuel Eboue to return to form after Arsenal slip-ups
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has backed Emmanuel Eboue to return stronger from his spectacular self-destruction against Wigan - and the spotlight will be on the midfielder for this week's trip to Porto.

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