What the papers say: Arsenal star hit by injury setback

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The Sun Samir: Arshavin can be key
SAMIR NASRI reckons Andrey Arshavin can solve Arsenal's midfield puzzle. 

The Daily Mirror - Why it is better if Nicklas Bendtner DOES believe he should play every minute
Nicklas Bendtner said this week he's "upset and annoyed" with reports saying he's the number one striker at Arsenal.

The Daily MailFresh setback for Eduardo as Arsenal striker faces two weeks on the sidelines
Eduardo, who announced his return from a broken leg with two goals for Arsenal this week, has been struck down by injury again.

ARSENAL striker Eduardo suffered another setback today when he was ruled out for two weeks with a hamstring injury.

ARSENAL striker Eduardo suffered a setback today when he was ruled out for two weeks with a hamstring injury.

The Times - Arsène Wenger ready to unleash Andrey Arshavin on Sunderland
Arsenal confirmed yesterday that Eduardo da Silva will be sidelined for two weeks with a hamstring injury. The Croatia striker completed a remarkable recovery after breaking a leg and dislocating an ankle by scoring twice against Cardiff City in the FA Cup fourth-round replay on Monday, but his first start for almost a year was cut short in the 67th minute when he left the pitch with a hamstring strain. “What a nightmare,” Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, said. “It is a blow because he can score goals. He had shown that on Monday night.”

The Independent - Eduardo's new injury a 'nightmare' for Arsenal
Just when Arsène Wenger could be excused for thinking that Arsenal's injuries problems were beginning to be resolved his striker Eduardo has been ruled out for two weeks with a hamstring problem just days after returning from a broken leg.

The Telegraph - Arsenal striker Eduardo out for two weeks with hamstring injury
Arsenal’s Croatian forward Eduardo da Silva has been ruled out for two weeks after picking up a hamstring injury sustained during his goalscoring return to action at the Emirates Stadium in the club’s FA Cup replay win over Cardiff.

The Guardian - Taylor glad to see Eduardo back in action but stops short of full apology
The Birmingham City defender Martin Taylor today avoided apologising for the tackle that broke Eduardo da Silva’s leg but said he sympathised with the Arsenal striker’s long absence from the game and expressed a willingness to meet him.

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