What the papers say: Stoke's rugby tactics prompts Wenger to question referees

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The SunI am happy to Ed back again
EDUARDO is thrilled to make an instant return to Arsenal with Shakhtar Donetsk.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger wants to avoid "rugby" match with Blackburn
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger last night opened up a new war of words with Stoke after claiming their tactics brought shame on football.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal finally confirm signing of French international defender Sebastien Squillaci
Arsenal have completed the signing of French defender Sebastien Squillaci from Sevilla. Gunners manager Arsene Wenger confirmed this lunchtime that the deal for the 30-year-old centre-back had been sealed after the Spanish club accepted an offer last week.

The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER ACCUSES STOKE OF TURNING FOOTBALL INTO RUGBY 
ARSENE Wenger has risked a new row with Stoke and Ryan Shawcross by accusing the Potters of turning football into rugby. Arsenal boss Wenger has said he was shocked by challenges made on Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes by Stoke central defensive pair Shawcross and Robert Huth last Saturday.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER'S 'RUGBY' BLAST AT STOKE'S RYAN SHAWCROSS
ARSENE WENGER has re-opened his feud with Ryan Shawcross after accusing the Stoke centre-back of turning football into rugby.

The Indepenpedent - Wenger attacks Stoke's 'rugby' tactics against goalkeepers
The season is only two games old but Arsenal's manager, Arsène Wenger, has already attacked what he described as "rugby" tactics by Stoke City.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger relaxes his 'over-30s rule' to sign Sébastien Squillaci
Arsène Wenger has admitted he is now willing to relax his "over-30s rule" by signing older players on longer deals, having previously only offered them one-year contracts. The Arsenal manager also indicated that no players moving on from the club would be sold to Premier League rivals.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger urges referees to protect his Arsenal players
Arsene Wenger insists he has no issue with rival manager's setting out to rough up Arsenal - but maintains referees must protect his players.

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