What the papers say: Fabregas and Rosicky eye Old Trafford comebacks

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The Sun - Eboue’s revival is heaven-sent
EMMANUEL EBOUE insists he has never thought of leaving Arsenal - even when he was being booed off the pitch by Gunners fans.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas could be fit to face United after being cleared to join up with Spain
Cesc Fabregas has been cleared to be called up for Spain’s World Cup squad - and is hoping to be fit for Saturday’s trip to Manchester United.

The Daily Mail - Gazidis - No automatic pass
Ivan Gazidis has rejected suggestions that Arsenal have been handed an easy ride in the UEFA Champions League group phase.

The Daily Express - REVITALISED EBOUE TURNS ALL THE JEERS INTO CHEERS
AS Arsenal prepare for another lucrative Champions League adventure and tomorrow’s Premier League test against Manchester United the Gunners appear to be born-again.

The Daily Star - GUNNERS HOLD NO FEAR FOR FERGIE
BRYAN Robson has given Arsene Wenger feud for thought over his friends reunited act with Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Times - Eduardo facing two-match ban if Uefa charge him with diving
Uefa came under mounting pressure yesterday to take disciplinary action against Eduardo da Silva after the Arsenal striker’s alleged dive to win a penalty in Wednesday’s second leg of the Champions League play-off against Celtic.

The Independent - Fabregas hopeful he will face United
Cesc Fabregas will undergo tests today on his hamstring to decide whether he is fit to face Manchester United tomorrow. The Arsenal midfielder's leg is still sore but the club are hopeful that he might yet come through as they face a series of injury worries in their midfield.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Eduardo faces two-match Uefa ban for diving
Eduardo is facing a two-match European ban amid accusations of a deliberate dive in the Champions League qualifier against Celtic, although referee Manuel Gonzalez on Thursday defended his decision to award a penalty.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas and Tomas Rosicky selected for national squads
The Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has included Arsenal's Cesc Fábregas in his 22-man squad to face Belgium and Estonia in next month's World Cup qualifiers, raising the prospect that the influential midfielder could be fit to face Manchester United in the Premier League.

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