What the papers say: Promising play isn't enough as Arsenal suffer biggest home defeat in 32 years

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The Sun Wenger in Drog blast
DIDIER DROGBA was thrown back into the spotlight last night as Arsenal accused him of diving. 

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal line-up Russian star to replace Emmanuel Adebayor
Arsene Wenger is eyeing up Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak as a potential replacement for Emmanuel Adebayor. Pogrebnyak, 25, is a target man at Zenit St Petersburg and is out of contract at the end of the Russian season in November.

The Daily Mail - Chelsea striker Drogba was diving again, claims Arsenal boss Wenger
Arsene Wenger last night claimed that Didier Drogba dived to win the free-kick which led to Chelsea’s opening goal at The Emirates, but also had to admit his side only had themselves to blame for their heaviest home league defeat in 32 years.

MANUEL ALMUNIA insists Arsenal can no longer hide behind the claim that they are a young emerging side destined for greatness.

IT WAS deja blue for Arsenal as they were humiliated by opponents wearing that colour for the second time in five days.

The Times - Arsène Wenger slams Didier Drogba ‘dive’ after home thrashing
Arsène Wenger heaped more criticism on Didier Drogba last night by accusing the Ivory Coast striker of diving to win a crucial free kick in Chelsea’s 4-1 win at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger: It was never a 4-1 game
Arsene Wenger oversaw Arsenal's heaviest home league defeat for 32 years on Sunday, but still claimed that his young team had not played badly.

The Independent - Drogba is a diver, says humbled Wenger
The integrity of several Chelsea players has been questioned in recent days, but no one can doubt their resilience. The sense of injustice at the nature of their Champions League elimination to Barcelona last week burns deeply, and instead of ranting at a referee this time they took out their frustrations in devastating fashion.

The Guardian - Chelsea's mental strength exposes Arsenal's flaws once more
For Chelsea, this was the equivalent of kicking the dog. Fortunately for them, in Arsenal they found a sorry mutt that lost its bark some years ago and is ridiculously easily cowed. It was hardly consolation for the cancellation of a greatly anticipated Roman holiday, but it was a very enjoyable start.

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