What the papers say: Holland coach is wrong on Van Persie diagnosis

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The Sun - Hungry Theo’s England bid
THEO WALCOTT is praying he is back on course for Arsenal and England.

The Daily Mirror - Gallas injury setback threatens Arsenal's title push
William Gallas has suffered a major injury setback which could threaten his place for Arsenal’s Premier League title push. Arsenal defender Gallas, 32, broke down in training on Tuesday after a recurrence of a back injury and is out of tomorrow’s trip to Stoke.

The Daily Mail - Theo Walcott poised for return to England right wing for Egypt friendly
Theo Walcott is on track for his first England game of an injury-hit season.

The TimesEmmanuel Eboue relishing Stoke culture clash
Tomorrow brings one of the most evocative fixtures of the season: Stoke City host Arsenal. Not for any rich tradition or deep significance – but because it is the Barclays Premier League’s ultimate culture clash. Artisans against aesthetes, brutality versus subtlety. 

The IndependentWe will stick to our guns despite Delap's missiles, insists Wenger
Arsenal's manager Arsène Wenger will today tell his players not to become obsessed with Rory Delap's long throws or underestimate Stoke City's other qualities at the Britannia Stadium tomorrow.

The Guardian - Robin van Persie will be out longer than Holland think, Arsène Wenger says
Arsène Wenger believes the Holland coach Bert van Marwijk is being too optimistic in claiming Robin van Persie could be back in action by the start of April.

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