What the papers say: Arsenal's togetherness can beat United says Toure

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The Sun - I dream of Arsenal v Henry
TWO of Arsenal’s greatest achievements were ripping the title out of Liverpool’s hands in 1989 with a last-minute goal at Anfield and going the entire 2003-04 league season unbeaten.

The Daily Mail - Mrs Arshavin glad to be part of Arsenal family after enduring St Petersburg car park
Andrey Arshavin's wife Yulia is full of praise for the way Arsenal look after the players' WAGs.

The Daily Express - NO PLACE LIKE ROME
ARSENAL may be underdogs with the bookies and pundits to reach the Champions League final, but Kolo Toure says his side can upset the odds against Manchester United.

The Daily Star - KID GIBBS IS OUR RON STOPPER
KOLO TOURE claims Cristiano Ronaldo had better prepare for some teenage kicks when Arsenal face Manchester United.

The Times - Kolo Toure promises Arsenal will attack Manchester United
Arsenal have decided that attack will be the best form of defence when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow. Kolo Touré has vowed that the visiting team will try to take advantage of United’s defensive problems by scoring a crucial away goal in the Champions League semi-final, first leg. 

The Daily Telegraph - Kolo Toure: Arsenal can draw inspiration from Ajax
Arsenal are being encouraged to draw inspiration from the famous Ajax squad of the 1990s as they seek to create history by becoming one of the youngest Champions League-winning teams.

The Independent - Heat is on United, says Touré
Kolo Toure believes the pressure is on Manchester United and not Arsenal when the two teams meet tomorrow night in the Champions League semi-final first leg at Old Trafford.

The Guardian - Kolo Touré backing exuberance of Arsenal against Manchester United
The Arsenal team that takes on Manchester United tomorrow will be almost unrecognisable from the one that started the club's only other appearance in the Champions League semi-finals. As one of the few survivors from three years ago, when Villarreal provided the opposition, Kolo Touré is convinced that the youthful exuberance and fearlessness of Arsène Wenger's class of 2009 gives it a vital edge.

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