What the papers say: Arsenal must play ugly to win

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The Sun - Arsenal kids must play dirty
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR has told Arsenal’s kids to play dirty if they want to win silverware this season.

The Mirror - Arsenal accept Middlesbrough's offer for Justin Hoyte
Middlesbrough's bid for fringe Arsenal defender Justin Hoyte has been accepted by the Gunners.

The Daily Mail - Middlesbrough agree fee for Arsenal defender Hoyte as replacement for Luke Young
Arsenal's initial valuation of the former England Under 21 full back prompted Boro to put feelers out for other options namely Mauritz Volz at Fulham. But  the Gunners have accepted Boro's £3m offer and Hoyte looks ready to complete his move before the weekend.

The Daily Express - Hoyte set for Boro switch
Middlesbrough have confirmed their offer for defender Justin Hoyte has been accepted by Arsenal.

The Times - Arsene Wenger determined to sign midfielder
Arsene Wenger is certain he will be able to add another player to the Arsenal squad before the transfer window closes at the end of the month.

The Independent - Adebayor tells Arsenal to start 'winning ugly'
Their Premier League season has not even begun yet, but already Arsenal are posing themselves the question whether or not their commitment to a brilliant but fragile style of football will be enough to win trophies this season.

The Telegraph - Emmanuel Adebayor wants beast alongside beauty at Arsenal
Emmanuel Adebayor believes Arsenal must toughen up, even compromising their elegant attacking principles, if they are to win their first trophy since the 2005 FA Cup.

The Guardian - Southgate wants Hoyte signature
Gareth Southgate is hoping to persuade Justin Hoyte to become a Middlesbrough player today after the club agreed a fee, thought to be around £3m, with Arsenal for the right-back yesterday.

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