What the papers say: Robin van Persie's leg isn't made of glass - it's chocolate

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The Sun - Hulk is on Arsenal warpath
ARSENAL must square up to the Hulk and his mates tomorrow. Porto’s Givanildo Vieira de Souza, who has ‘Hulk’ printed on his shirt, is still sulking after a 4-0 battering at The Emirates in September.

The Daily Mail - Adebayor backs Eboue to bounce back from the Arsenal boo boys
Emmanuel Adebayor has backed Emmanuel Eboue to return 'stronger than ever' after being booed off by Arsenal's own fans.

ROBIN VAN PERSIE has vowed to score more goals with his “chocolate leg” – if it can help button down the title for Arsenal.

Sir Alex Ferguson claims Arsene Wenger holds the key to Manchester United’s bid for a hat-trick of Premier League titles.

The Times - Eduardo Da Silva closes in on Arsenal return but Tomas Rosicky out until March
Arsenal have suffered more than most clubs from extensive injury problems this season and, yesterday, their latest update from the medical room offered a predictable mixture of good and bad.

The Independent Adebayor insists Eboué will come good again
Support for Emmanuel Eboué was in short supply at the Emirates on Saturday but yesterday his Arsenal team-mate Emmanuel Adebayor gave him some backing and predicted the midfielder would return to action stronger than ever. 

The Daily Telegraph - Emmanuel Eboue to play for Arsenal against Porto in Champions League
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is set to defy the Emirates boo-boys and use Emmanuel Eboue in Wednesday's Champions League group qualifying tie, in Porto.

The Guardian - Rosicky out of action until March 'at the earliest'
Arsenal will be without the midfielder Tomas Rosicky until March "at the earliest.”

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