What the papers say: Gallas injury adds to Wenger's woes

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The Sun - Don't sell my brother Gallas
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR has urged Arsenal not to sell his “big brother” William Gallas.

The Daily Mirror - Emmanuel Adebayor admits Arsenal are feeling the Aston Villa pressure
Emmanuel Adebayor admits Arsenal are feeling the pressure of chasing a Champions League place and that recent poor results have "got into their heads".

The Daily Mail - Bolton boss Gary Megson tells Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: Stop your whingeing
Gary Megson has told Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to stop complaining about Bolton's robust style.

The Daily Express - MEGSON'S SWIPE AT WENGER
GARY MEGSON has told Arsene Wenger to take a look at his own players and stop moaning about Bolton’s physical style.

The Daily Star - AD CAMPAIGN BACKS GAL
Emmanuel Adebayor insists William Gallas was right to lay into his Arsenal team-mates.

The Times - William Gallas joins Mikael Silvestre on the Arsenal sidelines
Arsenal’s problems increased yesterday when William Gallas joined Mikaël Silvestre on the club’s injury list for the next three weeks.

The Independent - Arsenal lose Gallas to hamstring problem
William Gallas and Mikaël Silvestre have been ruled out for up to three weeks through injury, the Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger, has revealed.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal my preferred destination, says Charles N'Zogbia
Newcastle winger Charles N'Zogbia has admitted Arsenal would be his first-choice destination, if he was to leave St James's Park, even though he claims Aston Villa and Tottenham are leading the chase for his signature.

The Guardian - Hamstring injury rules out Gallas for three weeks to heighten Wenger's woe
Arsène Wenger's defensive headaches have intensified ahead of the visit of Bolton to the Emirates on Saturday and he must plan without William Gallas for up to three weeks as the former captain has suffered a hamstring injury.

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