What the papers say: Toure red-faced over superstitious yellow card

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The Sun - Kolo is on a Toure duty
KOLO TOURE has ended his feud with William Gallas to keep Arsenal on course for glory. 

The Daily Mirror - Kolo Toure and the Top 10 sporting superstitions
During Arsenal’s Champions League victory on Tuesday night defender Kolo Toure was booked when his superstition brought him bad luck. Toure insists on being the last player out of the dressing room but had to wait for William Gallas to receive treatment during the break and, when they both missed the start of the second half, he was given a yellow card.

The Daily Mail - Toure leaves it late to jump to the top the charts in Sportsmail's guide to the most superstitious sportsmen in the world
Kolo Toure has landed himself in a pickle after his superstition brought the Arsenal defender bad luck. Toure insists on being the last man to leave the dressing room but he had to wait for team-mate William Gallas to receive treatment at the interval in order to stick to his routine in the Champions League clash with Roma.

KOLO TOURE and William Gallas are still not buddies – despite going five games without conceding a goal at the heart of the Arsenal defence.

The Times - Arsenal bank on Emmanuel Adebayor to add extra edge
Arsenal hope that Emmanuel Adebayor will provide more cutting edge in front of goal in the second leg of their Champions League first knockout round tie against Roma in a fortnight after Arsène Wenger saw his side miss countless chances in their 1-0 home win on Tuesday.

The Independent - Bendtner in firing line over striking failure
Amid the relief of victory, the strong displays from a series of players and the absurdity of Kolo Touré's caution for being late for the second half, there was a familiar complaint following Arsenal's Champions League victory over Roma: the failure of Nicklas Bendtner to prove again that he is as good a striker as he thinks he is.

The Telegraph - Kolo Toure yellow card 'most embarrassing moment of Arsenal career'
As Kolo Toure departed the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night, his facial expressions exhibited a curious mix of embarrassment and pride.

The Guardian - Superstitious mind leaves Touré red-faced over his yellow card
Kolo Touré called it his most embarrassing moment on a football pitch. The Arsenal centre-half and his partner William Gallas resembled a couple of Keystone Kops on Tuesday night when they scuttled out of the dressing room and down the tunnel to make a late entrance for the second half of the Champions League last-16 tie against Roma.

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