What the papers say: Is Wenger on the edge of reason?

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The Sun Wenger has let us down
TONY PULIS will shake Arsene Wenger by the hand at the Emirates tomorrow - but reckons the Arsenal boss needs shaking up for storming off at Manchester City.

The Daily MirrorPremier League bosses queue up to proclaim Arsenal boss Wenger 'a bad loser'
They queued up to put the boot in on the easiest of targets yesterday, one by one accusing Arsene Wenger of lacking class. His crime was apparently being a bad loser following the Gunners exit from a competition the Arsenal boss was not interested in winning anyway.

The Daily MailAndrey Arshavin moans tiny Arsenal cannot compete with Chelsea and Premier League's big boys
Andrey Arshavin has delivered a damning assessment of his lightweight team-mates, warning that Arsenal need to spend big to compete with their Big Four rivals.

ANDREY ARSHAVIN last night heaped fresh misery on to Arsenal’s troubled season – by labelling the Gunners a team of dwarfs.

The Times - Hamstring injury to Theo Walcott adds to Arsene Wenger's woes
Injury was added to insult yesterday as a testing week for Arsène Wenger was made worse by the news that Theo Walcott has picked up a hamstring injury and will miss the Barclays Premier League game against Stoke City tomorrow.

The IndependentArsenal told to pay £12m for Gignac
Toulouse have put a £12m price-tag on Arsenal target Andre-Pierre Gignac according to reports today.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal lose injured Theo Walcott for Stoke City match
Arsenal suffered another blow on Thursday night when Arsène Wenger confirmed that Theo Walcott had been ruled out of Saturday's match against Stoke City with a hamstring injury.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger's comedy of manners reveals a man on edge of reason
French football folk have to watch what they do with their hands in the current climate. But when Arsène Wenger attracted criticism on Wednesday night for ducking out of the traditional post-match handshake with Mark Hughes, his counterpart at Manchester City, it was so much more than an unsporting reaction in the heat of the moment.

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