What the papers say: Wenger insists clubs must have power over players

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The Sun - Gunners ‘better than Barca’  
ARSENAL have been hailed as being better than Barcelona by tonight's Champions League rivals Shakhtar Donetsk.

The Daily MirrorFabregas desperate for Gunners comeback
Cesc Fabregas is desperate to make his Arsenal return against Shakhtar Donetsk tonight.

The Daily Mail - I'm not a killer! Arsenal's Emmanuel Eboue says sorry to Birmingham's Liam Ridgewell over scissor tackle
Arsene Wenger has been refreshingly forthright in his condemnation of bad tackling. But the Arsenal manager’s strong stance has failed to reach one key audience: his players.

The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER STILL HAS EDUARDO ON MIND
THERE are ties between Arsenal and Eduardo that extend much further than the normal relationships between a club and their former players.

The Daily Star - WENGER WELCOMES EDUARDO BACK
ARSENE Wenger will welcome Eduardo back to Arsenal tonight with a smile and a tinge of sadness.

The Independent - Wenger insists he is a 'defender of football' and no hypocrite over tackling
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, yesterday defended his team's disciplinary record following suggestions he has been hypocritical over his stance on aggressive tackling.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger's refusal to let Cesc Fábregas leave keeps Arsenal strong
The theme of the day was unquestionably linked to star players reaching the ends of their tethers and wanting to move on but Arsène Wenger will pick his Arsenal team for the Champions League Group H tie against Shakhtar Donetsk at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow night buoyed by the knowledge that it need not always end in tears for the clubs.

The Daily Telegraph - Eduardo ready for bittersweet return in Champions League
To fully appreciate the sensitivity that accompanies any debate at Arsenal on the issue of dangerous tackling one needs to reflect on the sad example of Eduardo.

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