What the papers say: Partizan spotlight turns the pressure up on Fabianski

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The Sun - Arsene backs Flappy Handski   
ARSENE WENGER has told Arsenal blunder keeper No 2 Lukasz Fabianski to finally prove himself at Partizan Belgrade tonight.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger turns to calamity keeper No.2 for Partizan clash
Arsene Wenger will turn to another cock-up keeper in Europe tonight - after his blundering No.1 Manuel Almunia played with an injury at the weekend.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists the wheels won't fall off with Lukasz Fabianski in goal
Lukasz Fabianski will step under the Champions League spotlight again on Tuesday night, with Arsene Wenger insisting that Manuel Almunia remains his first-choice goalkeeper.

The Daily Express - LUKASZ FABIANSKI GETS ARSENAL CALL
ARSENAL play their calamity keeper Lukasz Fabianski tonight after revealing they allowed Manuel Almunia to play on while he was injured in their Premier League defeat on Saturday.

The Daily Star - FABIANSKI TO RETURN
ARSENE WENGER fields Euro cock-up keeper Lukasz Fabianski tonight after revealing he allowed Manuel Almunia to play on while he was injured.

The Independent - Wenger insists that Almunia is sidelined due to fitness, not form
Manuel Almunia is injured and out of tonight's Champions League tie against Partizan Belgrade. How convenient.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger backs Arsenal's derided goalkeepers to defy the critics
For a man so dedicated to cultivating the attacking arts, Arsène Wenger is suddenly being forced to spend a perplexing amount of time on the back foot.

The Daily Telegraph - Lukasz Fabianski back in the line of fire
For Arsenal fans, the good and bad news seemed to arrive in equal measure on Monday.

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