What the papers say: Now Gibbs limps on to Arsenal's injury list

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The Sun - Go for the green lights ... but you must keep out of red light districts
ARSENE WENGER reveals the secrets of Arsenal's beautiful game. In an in-depth interview, the Gunners boss uncovers how he teaches his young side to play what is universally regarded as the best football in the land.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs suffers suspected metatarsal fracture
Arsene Wenger was last night dealt another devastating injury blow after Kieran Gibbs was rushed to hospital with a suspected broken metatarsal.

The Daily Mail - Kieran Gibbs injury blow rocks Arsenal as Stuart Pearce's men fire blanks in Vilnius
Stuart Pearce left Lithuania a frustrated man on Tuesday night after a disappointing draw - but it will be Arsene Wenger who could be in despair after an injury to another of his Arsenal stars.

The Daily StarGIBBS CROCK SHOCK ROCKS WENG
ARSENAL were hit by yet another injury blow last night when Kieran Gibbs ­suffered a suspected broken metatarsal.

The IndependentGibbs injury adds to Wenger's worries
Arsene Wenger's injury crisis took another turn for the worse last night when his current first-choice left-back Kieran Gibbs limped out of the England Under-21s game against Lithuania. With Gaël Clichy already out for another month, it leaves Wenger casting around for a third-string replacement in his defence.

The Guardian - Andrey Arshavin central to radical plan after Van Persie calamity
It was in the warm afterglow of a scintillating dismissal of AZ Alkmaar earlier this month that Arsène Wenger talked up an armoury that had become the envy of the Premier League. "Have I ever had so many options on the creative side? Certainly not," he offered, before listing six forward-thinkers who had not even featured. Yet, with one cramp of a groin and another rip of an ankle ligament, Arsenal have been forced to think again.

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