What the papers say: Wenger pushes Arsenal squad to make history

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The Sun - Wenger: Let’s make history
ARSENE WENGER has urged his team to write themselves into Arsenal folklore by pulling off a famous Premier League and Champions League double.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal rocked by Gallas injury blow
Williams Gallas has delivered another devastating injury blow to Arsenal's Premier League title hopes.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal suffer early Porto blow as William Gallas setback leaves Sol Campbell exposed in crucial Champions League clash
Arsenal's assault on two trophies received a serious setback with the news that William Gallas could be out for another month. The former captain, out since mid-February, was closing in on a first-team return when his calf muscle gave way as he trained on Sunday. 

MANUEL ALMUNIA spoke last night for the first time about the heartache behind the hardest season of his Arsenal career.

ARSENAL’S injury crisis deepened last night with the news that William Gallas could be out for another month.

The Times - Arsene Wenger takes notice of Arsenal's warnings from history
Any Arsenal fans expecting their heroes to swat aside Porto this evening and reach the Champions League quarter-finals with something to spare would do well to listen to Arsène Wenger.

The Independent - Fabregas absence no excuse says Wenger
Arsene Wenger maintains Arsenal cannot use the absence of injured captain Cesc Fabregas as an excuse for failure in tomorrow night's crunch Champions League clash with Porto at Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger confident Arsenal will prevail despite injuries
No one would dare call Arsenal spineless after the spirited reaction to Aaron Ramsey's traumatic injury, yet tonight they do face the biggest test of their season to date without the central core of their team.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger: Beating Porto would be an amazing achievement
Arsène Wenger said it would be an "amazing achievement" if Arsenal make it through tonight's Champions League last-16 showdown with Porto after suffering a triple injury crisis ahead of the must-win tie.

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