What the papers say: Eduardo still waiting for an apology over horror tackle

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The Sun Eduardo waits for apology
ARSENAL’S comeback hero Eduardo last night revealed he STILL has not received an apology from the man who shattered his ankle 12 months ago with an horrific tackle. 

The Daily Mirror - Theo Walcott offered £13million five-year deal by Arsenal
Theo Walcott was yesterday offered a £50,000- a-week five-year deal as Arsenal made the first steps to tie their England forward to a long-term contract.

The Daily Mail - I'm so relieved he's back: Martin Taylor on that tackle, death threats and his joy at Eduardo's spectacular return
The Open University course had to wait on Monday night. Martin Taylor had a far more personal and pressing appointment. Birmingham City’s centre-half is nearing the end of his six-year degree in political science, but events in north London demanded his attention. Via his computer, Taylor was studying a minute-by-minute account of Arsenal’s FA Cup tie against Cardiff at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL TALK TO RUSSIAN
NEW Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis wants to meet Alisher Usmanov after he increased his shareholding in the club to more than 25 per cent.

The Times - Eduardo pays tribute to 'second father'
Arsène Wenger described one of the key players in Eduardo Da Silva’s remarkable recovery as a proxy wife because of the amount of time the pair spent together, but the Croatia striker prefers to think of the man in question as a second father.

The Independent - Wenger: United are ‘untouchable’
Arsène Wenger has conceded for the first time that Arsenal have no hope of winning the Premier League this season, as he declared the current league leaders Manchester United, “untouchable”.

The Telegraph - Arsenal's Eduardo still waiting for apology from Birmingham's Martin Taylor
Eduardo says Martin Taylor never made a personal apology to the Arsenal striker over the tackle that almost ended his career.

The Guardian - Wenger concedes Arsenal can't reach 'untouchable' United this season
Arsène Wenger has publicly written off Arsenal's hopes of regaining the Premier League title this season, acknowledging Manchester United as "untouchable" at the top, and conceded that his side's principal aim over the rest of the campaign is a top-four finish and qualification for next year's Champions League.

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