What the papers say: Gibbs for England and Arsene slates Wiley

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The Sun My Darkesy Day
ARSENE WENGER relived one of the most traumatic games in his career saying: "I feared Eduardo would never play again."

The Mirror - Arsenal's Wenger tells row ref Wiley: You're too friendly with United players
Arsene Wenger has plunged Alan Wiley back into the spotlight by accusing the under-fire referee of being too friendly with Manchester United.

ARSENAL will be without left-back Gael Clichy (ankle) and striker Nicklas Bendtner (groin) for tomorrow’s Barclays Premier League clash with Birmingham, but goalkeeper Manuel Almunia should return from a virus.

The Daily Mail Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wades into referee rage: Fitness isn't the issue, over-familiarity is
Arsene Wenger has waded into the refereeing debate sparked by Sir Alex Ferguson’s criticism of Alan Wiley, claiming there were far more shocking issues thrown up by the official's performance than his fitness levels.

ARSENE Wenger last night became the second top boss to attack ref Alan Wiley.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal’s Andrei Arshavin loves London but is baffled by customs
Meet the tough little forward whose foot was sliced open yet he carried on, even scoring as the blood seeped out.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger concerned with referees being over familiar with players
According to Arsène Wenger there was something far more worrying about Alan Wiley's refereeing performance at Old Trafford a fortnight ago than the question of fitness raised by Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Times - Kieran Gibbs can make World Cup squad, says Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger believes Kieran Gibbs can force his way into England's World Cup squad.

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