What the papers say: Arshavin bounces back to form to inspire Arsenal

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The SunNasri chasing high five
SAMIR NASRI is desperate to stay at Arsenal and sign a new contract. The French star has 18 months to see out but will accept a five-year deal worth £75,000-a-week.

The Daily MirrorArshavin and Koscielny put Gunners back in the title race
Back from the brink. Back with a bang. And having shown the courage of champions when it really mattered, right back in the title picture.

The Daily MailKoscielny rescues precious win for Gunners after controversial Saha strike
Arsene Wenger picked a team which cost £10million less than Fernando Torres, purred with satisfaction as they fought back from behind and could not resist posing a few questions about Chelsea.

The Daily Express ARSENAL 2 EVERTON 1: ARSHAVIN THE BENCHMARK FOR GUNNERS
TWO goals in five minutes from Andrey Arshavin and Laurent Koscielny kept Arsenal’s Premier League title bid alive and rescued referee Lee Mason from being the star of a blame game.

The Daily StarARSENAL 2 EVERTON 1: KOS SPARES WENGER AN OFF NIGHT!
The bemusing offside rule will be in the spotlight again after a controversial Everton goal enraged title hopefuls Arsenal last night.

The Independent - Wenger praises gritty Arsenal's 'fantastic spirit'
Arsenal put their beautiful football to one side and instead produced a display of character and desire that suggests they are finding the steel to go with their trademark silk.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger blasts Chelsea for hypocrisy over £75m transfer spree
Arsène Wenger last night accused Chelsea of hypocrisy after questioning the logic of Roman Abramovich's lavish £76.5m outlay on Fernando Torres and David Luiz despite the Russian owner claiming to support Uefa's policy of financial fair play.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger accuses Chelsea of hypocrisy after following Uefa fair play pledge with spending spree
Arsene Wenger has accused Chelsea of hypocrisy after signing up to Uefa’s Financial Fair Play rules and then spending an astonishing £75million on the final day of the January transfer window.

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