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The Sun - You will be sorry, Fergie
ARSENE WENGER last night warned Alex Ferguson: You will pay for Manchester United’s missed chances.
The Daily Mirror - Manuel Almunia keeps Arsenal in the tie as United draw first blood
A missed opportunity, a chance gone begging, one that got away. And if Manchester United do not run out in Rome next month, they will regret this Old Trafford night for the whole summer.
The Daily Mail - It's not enough, Fergie: You'll pay for misses - Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger last night warned Manchester United that they will regret their missed chances as a titanic Champions League semi-final first leg ended on a knife edge at Old Trafford.
The Daily Express - UNITED GO THE O’SHEA WAY
Sir Alex Ferguson said he would be happy with a 1-0 win – but then again he could never have expected such a one-sided game.
The Daily Star - EUR RUNNING OUT OF TIME NOW ARSENE
Arsene Wenger will not admit it these days. But a few years ago he is on record as saying if he never won the European Cup with Arsenal his coaching career would remain a failure.
The Times - Sir Alex Ferguson set for sleepless nights after team cannot put tie to bed
Sitting in the Europa Suite at Old Trafford on Tuesday afternoon, surrounded by reminders of his club’s long history in this competition, Sir Alex Ferguson had expressed his belief that this would be a “fantastic” scoreline at the halfway point in the Champions League semi-final. However, by the end of last night, the manager’s satisfaction at a dominant Manchester United performance was tempered by a nagging regret that they had let Arsenal off the hook.
The Daily Telegraph - Man United will 'regret' hatful of missed chances, says Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger warned Sir Alex Ferguson that Arsenal could book their passage to Rome and make Manchester United 'regret' their failure to emerge from Wednesday night's Champions League semi-final first leg at Old Trafford with nothing more than John O'Shea's solitary goal.
The Independent - Wenger promises to make United rue missed chances
Arsene Wenger predicted that Manchester United will regret not scoring more than one goal after their 1-0 victory over Arsenal in the Champions League semi-final first leg here last night.
The Guardian - Manchester United will pay for not scoring more, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger boldly predicted Arsenal would make Manchester United regret not turning their superiority into the hard currency of more goals in last night's 1-0 victory for Sir Alex Ferguson's team. Wenger admitted his side had been outplayed but expressed his confidence that "a different Arsenal" would retrieve the situation at the Emirates on Tuesday.
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