What the papers say: Eboue apologises for red card foolishness

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The Sun - Eboue: I'm sorry for dismissal
RED-CARDED Emmanuel Eboue apologised for leaving his team-mates in the lurch as 10-man Arsenal drew 0-0 at Tottenham. 

The Daily Mirror - Ten-man Gunners hold on for a point
Ten-man Arsenal battled to earn a point as the north London derby against Tottenham ended goalless at White Hart Lane.

The Daily Mail - Sorry lads! Red-carded Eboue  apologises to Gunners team-mates after north London stalemate
Emmanuel Eboue was forced to apologise to his Arsenal team-mates on Sunday over his red card. He was sent off eight minutes before the break when, having already been booked for dissent, he earned a second for kicking out at Spurs midfielder Luka Modric.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and midfielder Emmanuel Eboue rounded on referee Mike Dean following Sunday's stalemate at Tottenham that saw them slip further off the pace in the title race.

TEN-MAN Arsenal clawed a point in a pulsating draw as Emmanuel Eboue did his reputation a power of bad again.

The Times - Arsenal get foolish Emmanuel Eboue off the hook
Given that Harry Redknapp considers his players to be too soft, as he made clear to The Times in no uncertain terms on Saturday, it is perhaps just as well that Emmanuel Eboué is not an employee of Tottenham Hotspur.

The Independent - Wenger rages at derby injustice
A north London derby, a pair of dysfunctional neighbours, a tale of a prodigal son on his return and an errant one punished for maddening stupidity. Of a goalless draw that did neither Spurs nor Arsenal any favours.

The Daily Telegraph - Tottenham fail to break down 10-man Arsenal after Emmanuel Eboue sees red
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, was at his myopic best here, purporting not to have seen the reckless kick that earned Emmanuel Eboue a red card, while branding referee Mike Dean’s decision to disallow the Ivorian’s first-half strike “not acceptable”.

The Guardian - Redknapp is resigned but Wenger seethes at old enemy – referees
Arsène Wenger insisted that he did not "want to develop a paranoia". It was clear to his audience, however, that there was a "but" on the way. The Arsenal manager hates to lose and while his team did not do so here at White Hart Lane, clawing a draw with 10 men from a frenetic derby, he felt the loss of two points just as keenly.

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