What the papers say: Gallas injured but Vermaelen vows to play on

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The Sun - Vermaelen vows to fight on
ARSENAL defender Thomas Vermaelen is happy to play through the pain barrier to maintain his side's challenge in the Champions League and Premier League.

The Daily Mirror - Sol on Champions League standby after Gallas injury
Sol Campbell was last night placed on standby for a remarkable Champions League return with William Gallas a doubt for tomorrow’s trip to Porto.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen set to grit teeth and play through injury in Porto clash
Thomas Vermaelen will play through the pain once more against Porto after admitting the bone jarring injury he suffered against Aston Villa last month continues to cause him problems.

The Daily Star - SOL CAMPBELL ON STANDBY FOR ARSENAL
SOL Campbell is on standby to make an amazing Champions League return for Arsenal tomorrow.

The Times - Arsenal set to lack Alexandre Song for European match as injuries mount for Arsène Wenger’s men
Arsenal suffered two injury setbacks yesterday when Andrey Arshavin was ruled out of tomorrow’s Champions League match against Porto with a strained hamstring and Alexandre Song was unable to complete a training session because of a knee problem.

The Independent - Vermaelen to play through pain barrier
Arsenal centre-back Thomas Vermaelen is happy to play through the pain barrier to maintain his side's challenge in the Champions League and Barclays Premier League.

The Guardian - Eduardo da Silva set for timely return to frontline duties for Arsenal
Arsenal are hopeful Eduardo da Silva will have recovered from injury to feature in Wednesday's awkward first leg of the Champions League knockout tie at Porto, though they continue to fret over Alex Song's involvement and are resigned to being without Andrey Arshavin for the trip to Portugal.

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