What the papers say: Almunia to play through pain with early return

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The Sun - Our rivals don’t make howlers...
CESC FABREGAS admits Arsenal have to stop making ridiculous defensive mistakes.

The Daily Mirror - Defiant Wenger insists a new goalkeeper is 'totally out of the question'
Arsene Wenger is steadfastly sticking by his keepers - even after the latest embarrassment.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger, sure you don't need a new goalkeeper at Arsenal?
Arsene Wenger was quite emphatic. 'Totally out of the question,' he insisted when asked whether he planned to sign a new goalkeeper in the summer.

The Daily Express - ALMUNIA IS IN LINE FOR ARSENAL RETURN
MANUEL Almunia could make a swift return tomorrow against Sunderland, allowing Lukasz Fabianski to come out of the firing line after his costly blunders in the midweek Champions League 2-1 defeat at Porto.

The Daily Star - FABREGAS TELLS ARSENAL: OUR MISTAKES ARE COSTING A BIG SHOT
FRUSTRATED skipper Cesc Fabregas last night told his sloppy Arsenal team-mates: Our mistakes are costing us our shot at greatness.

The TimesJoan Laporta: Barcelona are not interested in signing Cesc Fabregas
Barcelona have denied that they are planning to make a move for Cesc Fabregas, the Arsenal captain. 

The Independent'This is your apologetic Arsenal captain speaking...'
As the Boeing 757 carrying the Arsenal squad home late on Wednesday night gained altitude over the Portuguese countryside on its way back to Luton, the Arsenal captain, Cesc Fabregas, had something he wanted to say.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Manuel Almunia set to play through pain in place of Lukasz Fabianski
Manuel Almunia is set to hand Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger a major boost by playing through the pain of an injured finger against Sunderland on Saturday, following Lukasz Fabianski's disastrous display against Porto on Wednesday. 

The Guardian - How Lukasz Fabianski dropped his big chance with both hands
As Lukasz Fabianski took flight through the bowels of the Estádio do Dragão he looked as if he had seen a ghost – two ghosts, actually. Black hat pulled down as far as it would go to keep out the howling wind of condemnation and mockery, skin greyishly pale, eyes glazed, he was clearly in pieces.

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