What the papers say: Wenger's woes continue as Arsenal draw a blank

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The Sun Gunnpowder flop
ARSENE WENGER’S problems continued to mount last night. His Arsenal side were held to a 0-0 draw by Fenerbahce and Mikael Silvestre suffered a suspected broken nose to make him doubtful for Saturday’s crucial home Premier League clash against Manchester United. 

The Mirror - Emirates stalemate leaves Arsene Wenger frustrated
Arsenal failed to lift the gloom surrounding the Emirates Stadium as wasteful finishing ensured they were held to a frustrating stalemate by Fenerbahce.

The Daily Mail - Fabregas admits Arsenal have 'no excuses' on night of pain
Cesc Fabregas admitted Arsenal could have 'no excuses' as they drew a blank in the Champions League against Fenerbahce.

ARSENAL drew a blank in Europe for the first time this season as Arsene Wenger’s miserable week extended into the Champions League.

ARSENAL’S stuttering Premier League form continued in Europe last night.

The Daily TelegraphTroubled Arsenal struggle to break down Fenerbahce
It is a sign of how much Arsenal’s belief and cutting edge have been blunted that on Wednesday night they struggled against opponents they swept aside 5-2 in Istanbul a fortnight ago. These are troubling times for Arsene Wenger’s side, urgently in need of leadership and goals. 

The GuardianWenger's woe deepens as Arsenal stutter
The problems and the frustrations continue to mount for Arsène Wenger. 

The Times - Robin van Persie spurns chance to thrash living daylights out of feeble Fenerbahce
In the dreams of their supporters, Arsenal are like James Bond: suave, sophisticated, elegant, with the cold eye of a killer. The trouble is, on nights such as this, they better resemble those old-fashioned Bond villains, the type that left the captive spy suspended over a pool of sharks and departed the hide-out taking his death for granted, strangely reluctant to seize a gun and simply finish the job.

The Independent - Finishing touch still eludes the young guns
Only one English team in the Champions League could conspire to get 17 shots on target during the course of a game and still fail to score a goal and only one could do it, at times, with such style.

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