What the papers say: More injuries, but Arsenal can still win title

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The Sun - Andrey eyes a perfect ending
ANDREY ARSHAVIN insists Arsenal must find the perfect finish if they want to claim their first title since 2004.

The Daily Mirror - Almunia: Dressing room inquest saved our season
Manuel Almunia last night revealed how a dressing room inquest saved Arsenal’s season. Arsenal keeper Almunia and his fellow 30-somethings William Gallas and Sol Campbell led a players’ crisis meeting after the club’s recent slump in form.

The Daily MailIt's squeaky bum time, Carlo Ancelotti, as Manchester United and Arsenal join Chelsea in three-horse race... again
After two-thirds of a season that was supposed to bring us the most competitive Barclays Premier League in years, the state of play is familiar, with only Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal in the hunt for the title. 

The Daily Star - WENGER'S THRIFT COULD SEND FAB PACKING
ARSENE WENGER might as well have run up the white flag.

The TimesThe future of Cesc Fàbregas at Arsenal has become a family affair
Just as Manuel Almunia, the Arsenal goalkeeper, was emphasising the importance to the club and their supporters of Cesc Fàbregas, the Spain midfield player’s father was telling a Catalan television station that his son could listen to offers from rivals.

The IndependentCritics are right about Arsenal, admits Almunia
Manuel Almunia believes Arsenal have deserved their recent criticism for falling off the pace in the race for the Premier League title but the goalkeeper is confident his side can learn their lessons.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal may lose Andrei Arshavin and Alex Song for Porto clash
Arsenal are facing the prospect of being without Andrei Arshavin and Alex Song, two of their most influential players, for the Champions League match against Porto.

The Guardian - Manuel Almunia says Arsenal can catch up in Premier League title race
Manuel Almunia believes Arsenal can re-establish themselves in the title race by winning their next "three or four" games. The London club appeared to have fallen out of contention following recent defeats by Manchester United and Chelsea but having beaten Liverpool 1-0 on Wednesday they are only six points off the top.

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