What the papers say: Gilberto feels Gunners' pain

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The Sun - My Gunners heartache
GILBERTO SILVA admitted it breaks his heart to see the demise of his beloved Arsenal.

The Mirror - Emmanuel Adebayor beats Michael Essien to top African award
Arsenal's Emmanuel Adebayor was named Africa Player of the Year last night. 

The Express - WALCOTT CLOSING IN ON RETURN
England winger Theo Walcott hopes to be back in action for Arsenal by the end of the month.

The Daily Telegraph - Gilberto says Arsenal have struggled after failing to replace him
Former Arsenal midfielder Gilberto believes a failure to adequately replace him or other experienced players such as Patrick Vieira and Robert Pires is at the root of their recent decline and says it is hard to watch as Arsene Wenger’s team struggle to even qualify for next season’s Champions League.

The Guardian - Adebayor is Africa's player of year
The Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has been named Africa player of 2008.

The Independent - Gilberto: 'It's so hard to see Arsenal in the position they are now'
Gilberto Silva, Brazil's former Arsenal midfielder, has called upon the club's senior players to help the young team emerge from their current torpor.

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