What the papers say: Arsenal blast "deeply flawed" Uefa

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The Sun - UEFA mugs are falling over themselves
UEFA have made themselves look complete mugs over the escalating Eduardo fiasco. The most baffling aspect of it all is they now claim they will NOT be using the Eduardo case to spearhead an anti-diving programme.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal striker Eduardo 'deeply upset' by diving ban
Arsenal striker Eduardo is considering making a personal appearance to try to clear his name as the club yesterday said it would appeal UEFA's diving ban.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal appeal against two-match ban handed out to Eduardo for diving
Arsenal will appeal against Eduardo's two-match Champions League ban for diving after labelling UEFA's disciplinary process 'deeply flawed'.

Arsenal are to appeal against what they call a "deeply flawed" decision by UEFA to hand striker Eduardo a two-match European ban for diving to win a penalty against Celtic in a Champions League qualifier.

The Times - Arsenal issue damning criticism of Uefa
Arsenal have issued a stinging criticism of Uefa's decision to ban Eduardo for two Champions League matches. In a statement released today, Arsenal said European's ruling body had failed to properly study the available video evidence, and were inconsistent in delivering a "deeply flawed" judgment. The club confirmed that it would appeal against the ban.

The Independent - James Lawton: Chelsea and Arsenal may not agree but game needs harsh punishments
What on earth is happening to football? Could it really be in danger of being properly governed? Maybe we shouldn't get too excited, too quickly, but if this amazing proposition is proved to have substance the first week of September 2009 will surely need to be marked down as one of rare significance in the history of the world's most popular game.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal to appeal Eduardo da Silva's two-match diving ban
Arsenal have confirmed that they will appeal Eduardo’s two-match Champions League ban and also accused Uefa, European football’s governing body, of making a “deeply flawed” decision in suspending their striker.

The Guardian - Arsenal to appeal against Eduardo's diving ban
Arsenal will appeal against Uefa's decision to ban Eduardo da Silva for two Champions League matches after he was found guilty of diving during the second leg of their third-round play-off against Glasgow Celtic.

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