What the papers say: Wenger says goal drought is psychological

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News of the World - ALEXANDER HLEB TO QUIT
ALEXANDER HLEB wants to leave Barcelona, according to his Belarus national team boss Bernd Stange. 

The Sunday Mirror - Arsenal believe we can win Champions League, says Emmanuel Eboue
Emmanuel Eboue has set his sights on European glory - just a matter of months after he suffered humiliation in front of the Arsenal crowd.

The Mail on Sunday - Nil-nil desperandum for Wenger
The cavalry is on the horizon, according to the smoke signals, with attacking talents like Emmanuel Adebayor, Eduardo and Theo Walcott ready to ride to the rescue in the next fortnight. They cannot arrive quickly enough for Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger accepts Arsenal's goal drought is playing on the team's mind, and that another draw against Fulham has dealt a "big blow" to their hopes of getting back into the Champions League places.

Emmanuel Eboue has revealed the Arsenal fans who booed and berated him have sent him sackloads of apology letters.

The Sunday Times - Arsenal miss their targets again
SIX months ago at Craven Cottage, Fulham outplayed Arsenal, dominating central midfield with Danny Murphy and Jimmy Bullard, winning at a canter. Bullard has gone to Hull but yesterday, at the Emirates, Murphy was emphatically there, an admirably cool head, a neat technician, never in a hurry, but constantly in the right place and giving the right balls.

The Independent on Sunday - Arsenal's misses in action cause crisis of faith
Arsene Wenger has been critical of Arsenal fans for lacking patience in his young team this season. Well, if it has been wearing thin then yesterday's fourth successive goalless draw in the Premier League just about wore it out.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsenal's goal drought is psychological, says manager Arsene Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his side are facing a confidence crisis which has left them fighting to hold on to fourth place in the Premier League after their fifth consecutive draw.

The Observer - Fulham hold listless Gunners to fourth consecutive Premier League goalless draw
There is only so far a team can go being the classiest goalless draw machine in the country. Impressive though Arsenal's new-found defensive resilience is, time and patience are running out on them. This fourth consecutive Premier League 0–0 stalemate left them five points and a match in deficit to Aston Villa's tenancy of the last Champions League slot.

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