What the papers say: Hiddink believes Arsenal are a model for all

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The Sun - I could've had Drogba for £100k
ARSENE WENGER last night revealed how he passed up the opportunity to sign Didier Drogba for just £100,000.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger calls Wembley "big disappointment".
Arsene Wenger last night branded the new Wembley a "big disappointment". Arsenal boss Wenger also claimed playing the two semi-finals at Wembley devalued the FA Cup final itself.

The Daily Mail - I missed out on £100k Drogba: Arsenal boss Wenger's regret at failure to snap up a bargain
Arsene Wenger has confessed to perhaps the most costly transfer mistake of his Arsenal career, when he rejected the chance to sign Didier Drogba for £100,000.

The Daily Star - THEO TO BE SO LETHAL
THEO WALCOTT wants to be Arsenal’s Lethal Weapon today – rather than play out a famous scene from the film.

The Times - Arsene Wenger: I have a dark side and get angry every day
Arsène Wenger is supposed to be a deep thinker who lives and breathes football, but the Arsenal manager has revealed that he has a short fuse that explodes nearly every day.

Daily Telegraph - Guus Hiddink says Chelsea should model themselves on Arsenal
When Guus Hiddink leaves Chelsea at the end of this campaign, completing a brief yet accomplished spell as manager, he will deliver a clear message to Roman Abramovich: make your club more like Arsenal.

The Independent - Arsenal are a model for all, Hiddink tells Roman
Speaking with the independence of a man who knows he can choose from two jobs, Guus Hiddink last night suggested Roman Abramovich should look to today's FA Cup semi-final opponents if he wanted his Chelsea project to succeed.

The Guardian - Arsenal perfectly poised to catapult back into the spotlight
No wonder Arsène Wenger looked so breezy when he performed his soft shoe shuffle to celebrate a Champions League semi-final place on Wednesday night. All little rays of sunshine are welcome for a man who has since confessed that he does not go a single day without a fit of pique.

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