What the papers say: Wenger believes young Guns can win Euro glory

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The Sun - Walcott is the No1 target
ARSENE WENGER fears Theo Walcott has become a target for Europe’s hatchet men because of his electrifying pace. 

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger: Arsenal's wonderkids will end my Champions League heartbreak
Arsene Wenger admitted losing the Champions League final is the biggest disappointment of his career – but says Arsenal’s wonderkids can end his heartbreak.

The Daily Mail - The quiet assassins: Wenger sure his outsiders can deliver killer punch
Every now and again, Arsene Wenger slips a DVD off the shelf at his home in Totteridge, north London, presses play and puts himself through more torture. ‘I watched it again recently and their equaliser was offside,’ he protests with as much vigour, if not more, than he did at the time of Samuel Eto’o’s equalising goal for Barcelona in the 2006 Champions League final.

ROBERT PIRES wants Champions League revenge on Arsene Wenger tonight after revealing he still blames the Arsenal manager for “the worst moment of my career”.

ARSENE WENGER reckons his Arsenal speedster Theo Walcott is becoming a target for hatchet men.

The Times - Arsene Wenger issues warning as Theo Walcott feels the pain
Arsène Wenger suffered a significant setback yesterday when Robin van Persie was ruled out of Arsenal's Champions League quarter-final, first leg away to Villarreal with a groin injury, though of greater concern to the North London club's manager is a potentially longer-term problem for Theo Walcott.

The Daily TelegraphRobert Pires has forgiven Arsene Wenger for Champions League snub
It is rare for any manager – especially one of the great ones – to admit to past mistakes, but Arsene Wenger knows he will be confronted tonight by the memory of two of the most significant disappointments in his managerial career.

The Independent - Wenger faces familiar foe
When Arsene Wenger waved a 33-year-old Robert Pires off to sleepy Spanish backwater Villarreal in 2006 he probably wasn't expecting to face him in a Champions League quarter-final two years later, but the former Arsenal midfielder meets his old manager again tonight, full of confidence that he can knock him out of the competition.

The Guardian - Arsene Wenger's super outsiders take the faith to Spain
That Arsene Wenger can bring himself to watch the re-run of the 2006 Champions League Final, when his Arsenal team were 14 minutes from European club triumph against Barcelona, speaks volumes for his single-mindedness. The passage of time, however, has done little to heal the wounds.

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