What the papers say: UEFA to hear vigorous defence of Eduardo

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The Sun - Arsenal need The Gatfather
SO a few weeks into the new season and the secret to beating Arsenal is out. Not that it is that much of a secret.

The Daily Mail - The Fletcher factor: Was the midfielder used to kick the Arsenal team off their stride?
So was Arsene Wenger right about Darren Fletcher? He didn't name names, but the implication of the Arsenal manager's accusations against Manchester United was that the Scotland midfielder was the player under orders to knock his talented youngsters out of their stride by fouling them.

The Daily Star - WENGER: UNITED APPROACH ANTI-FOOTBALL
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has accused Manchester United of adopting "anti-football" tactics after a fiery meeting between the Barclays Premier League title hopefuls.

The Times - Arsenal plea over Eduardo set to fall on deaf ears
Arsenal are continuing with a seemingly hopeless attempt to save Eduardo da Silva from a two-match European ban and have made a 19-page presentation to Uefa before the striker’s disciplinary hearing today.

The Independent - Arsenal to fight back in row over Eduardo
The disciplinary case by Uefa against Eduardo da Silva has been so shambolic that Arsenal fear the rules are being made up on the hoof by the governing body which will today decide the fate of the player for his dive against Celtic in the Champions League last Wednesday.

The GuardianUefa tells Arsenal there can be no plea for mercy over Eduardo
Arsenal have submitted a strident defence of Eduardo da Silva to Uefa ahead of the striker's disciplinary hearing tomorrow and they hope it can persuade the governing body to spare him a suspension of two European matches.

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