What the papers say: Wenger slams Utd's 'anti-football' as refs grovel

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The Sun Top ref: We goofed, Wenger
ARSENE WENGER will today receive a grovelling apology for his Old Trafford humiliation.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger accuses Manchester United of kicking their way to victory
Arsene Wenger accused Manchester United of kicking their way to victory at Old Trafford through systematic fouling of his Arsenal players.

The Daily Mail - Anti-football! Angry Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger blasts Manchester United hitman
Arsene Wenger has re-ignited his war of words with Manchester United after accusing them of employing 'anti-football' tactics in Saturday's clash at Old Trafford.

The Daily Express - PAY BACK TIME? 
ARSENE WENGER was embroiled in penalty controversy again – except this time the Arsenal boss was on the receiving end as the Gunners went down 2-1 at Old Trafford.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has accused Manchester United of adopting "anti-football" tactics after a fiery meeting between the Barclays Premier League title hopefuls.

The Times - Arsene Wenger reopens feud with Manchester United
Arsène Wenger has reignited his rivalry with Sir Alex Ferguson by accusing Manchester United of going out systematically to foul his players during Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat in the Barclays Premier League at Old Trafford.

The Independent - Now Wenger seizes moral high ground
Arsène Wenger has stepped up the diving controversy which has engulfed his club by hinting that the Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher is guilty of a far greater crime than simulating a foul: deliberately and repeatedly making illegal challenges on other players.

The Daily Telegraph - Alan Hansen: Arsenal need someone like Darren Fletcher in their team
Darren Fletcher is the unsung hero of Manchester United. You can talk about the quality of Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes and Cristiano Ronaldo, but Fletcher has regularly played an important role in the engine of the team.

The Guardian - Manchester United's fouls are hurting football, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has reopened hostilities between Manchester United and Arsenal by accusing the Premier League champions of using "anti-football" tactics during their 2-1 victory at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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