What the papers say: Takeover gathers pace, Terry slams Eduardo and Arsenal jump rich list

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The Sun - Takeover is a Gunn deal
ALISHER USMANOV'S grip on Arsenal is tightening with the Russian billionaire close to seizing full control of the club.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger was RIGHT to defend Eduardo dive, says Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted Arsene Wenger was RIGHT not to publicly criticise Eduardo during the explosive Champions League diving row.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal up to No 7 in world's richest clubs list
Arsenal are regarded as a more valuable club than Chelsea, Manchester City and the New York Giants in Forbes' rich list for 2009.

The Daily Star - UEFA’S ED BANGERS
THERE has been so much said about Eduardo’s dive for Arsenal – but I didn’t think Wayne ­Rooney’s tumble against the Gunners was a nailed-on penalty.

The Daily Express - EDUARDO TACTIC IS FOREIGN TO US, SAYS TERRY 
ENGLAND captain John Terry has warned football’s divers, ‘we know who you are’, and pointed the finger at Arsenal and Croatia striker Eduardo.

The Times - Sir Alex Ferguson dives back into row over Eduardo
Sir Alex Ferguson has continued his war of words with Arsène Wenger by staunchly defending Uefa’s decision to ban Eduardo da Silva for two matches for diving.

The Independent - Ferguson backs Eduardo ban decision
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has backed Uefa's decision to ban Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva for deceiving a referee.

The Daily Telegraph - John Terry blames diving on 'foreign mentality' in Premier League
It laid him open to an accusation of xenophobia, or at the very least a sweeping generalisation, but John Terry claimed on Friday that the influx of foreign players into the Premier League had created an atmosphere in the game in which diving has become more prevalent. 

The Guardian - Boo! Hiss! Uefa dives into Eduardo panto
By making Eduardo the villain of the piece Uefa risks turning the game into a farce

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