What the papers say: Van Persie puzzled by Arsenal goal drought

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The Sun Persie puzzled by goal drought
ROBIN VAN PERSIE admits Arsenal are not scoring enough goals to put pressure on their rivals. The Gunners’ goalless draw at Spurs on Sunday means they have managed just 17 goals in the last 18 games. 

The Daily Mail - Arsenal striker Eduardo expected to play for Croatia on Wednesday night
Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva will play part of Croatia’s game against Romania tomorrow, signalling his return to top-class football after his horrific leg break a year ago.

The Daily Telegraph - Paranoid Arsene Wenger doomed to dream
The referee, said Arsene Wenger, was seeing ghosts. Emmanuel Eboue's disallowed goal brought on the professor's paranoia. Mike Dean, he claimed, blew for an illusory foul.

The Guardian - Arsenal's form just not good enough, says Van Persie
Robin van Persie has offered a brutally honest assessment of Arsenal's shortcomings in the wake of the 0-0 draw at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, saying that the team's current run of form was "just not good enough".

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