What the papers say: Hughes rant, Wenger defends fans & Brady speaks

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The Sun Fab rap Sparks sarcasm
MARK HUGHES has laughed off fresh claims about Emmanuel Adebayor from his old sparring partner Cesc Fabregas.

The Mirror - Wenger and Eboue defend Arsenal's under-fire fans
Emmanuel Eboue revisits the worst moment of his career on Saturday after striking an unlikely love affair with Arsenal’s under-fire fans.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal and West Ham still in the hunt for Chamakh despite Juventus talks
Marouane Chamakh's representatives are pushing for further talks with West Ham and Arsenal after they held a meeting with Juventus in Turin on Wednesday.

ARSENAL have been warned to expect the usual treatment from The Doctor as Arsene Wenger’s side come up against the Premier League’s busiest and best tackler.

ARSENE WENGER has praised Emmanuel Eboue for bouncing back from his boo-boy nightmare.

The Times Arsene Wenger is weary of ‘Adebayorgate’ debate
Arsène Wenger has grown tired of “Adebayorgate”, the latest in a series of sporting controversies to hog the headlines.

The Independent - Eboué boos went 'too far'
When the Arsenal fans turned on Emmanuel Eboué last season, it seemed that the 26-year-old from the Ivory Coast would have to leave the club in order to save his career.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger wags a finger at Emmanuel Adebayor
Arsène Wenger attempted to draw a line under the saga surrounding Emmanuel Adebayor but, as he compared the job of football management to parenthood, it was not difficult to imagine who he may have been thinking about.

The Guardian - Emirates has to become a fortress to win title, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has admitted his side cannot afford to drop points at the Emirates if they are to win what he believes will be the most closely contested title race for nearly a decade.

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