What the papers say: Titi slams Ade & Eboue in cheat storm

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News of the World Now it's Emmanuel Eboue's turn to cut a dash
HE has waited nearly a year, sliding to his knees in front of opposition supporters to spill out his guts.

The Sunday Mirror - Arsenal old boy Thierry Henry slates Emmanuel Adebayor for lack of respect
Thierry Henry has slated Emmanuel Adebayor for showing a lack of respect to the manager, club and fans who made him a star.

The People - Arsenal 4-0 Wigan
Well, what a difference a year makes. Emmanuel Eboue has turned from villain to hero. The Ivorian may still be disliked by travelling fans but Arsenal supporters have welcomed him back with open arms.

The Mail on Sunday - Arsenal to settle for cut-price £1.5m Marouane Chamakh
Marouane Chamakh's tortuous transfer from Bordeaux is now likely to be completed in January with Arsenal still the most likely club to sign him, despite interest from Juventus

QUESTIONS were asked about Thomas Vermaelen’s lack of height, but the man from Ajax is proving to be a giant at scoring goals.

ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger cleared Emmanuel Eboue of cheating – on the day he used his programme notes to slam football’s bad boys.

The Sunday Times Thomas Vermaelen eases Arsenal back to winning ways
IN THE early days of summer, when Arsène Wenger was persuading Thomas Vermaelen that his future was in London, that one-time iconic Gunner Tony Adams questioned whether the 23-year-old Belgian international was ready for Arsenal.

The Independent on Sunday - Eboué compounds his idiocy by celebrating like Adebayor
With a nod of his head and a swing of his boot, centre-half Thomas Vermaelen scored twice to put Arsenal's Premier League season back on track.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsenal 4 Wigan Athletic 0: match report
It was in this fixture last year that Arsenal’s supporters went to war with their own player. Having endured a shaky start to the season they scraped past Wigan 1-0 but the game was memorable for the vicious abuse meted out to Emmanuel Eboué by some of the Arsenal fans.

The Observer - Thomas Vermaelen leads from the back as Arsenal hammer Wigan
Time to draw a line under it all. This time there was no acrimony, no recriminations, no rabid fans and no over-emotional players. Emmanuel Eboué came through a match at Emirates Stadium against Wigan – the setting for the nadir of his professional life last season when he was booed off as a substituted substitute.

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