What the papers say: Wenger blasts officials as hopeless Arsenal lose again

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The SunWenger rages at ‘useless’ officials
ARSENE WENGER went berserk as Arsenal suffered a Euro nightmare. The Gunners boss branded the officials 'useless' and said Braga 'kicked his side off the park'.

The Daily MirrorRamsey makes successful Arsenal comeback
Aaron Ramsey made his Arsenal comeback yesterday after a nine-month lay-off. The Welsh whizz kid, 19, showed no ill effects from February’s horror leg break in a first-half run-out for the reserves against Wolves.

The Daily Mail - Cesc Fabregas gamble backfires for Arsene Wenger as captain faces three weeks out with hamstring problem
Arsene Wenger’s gamble on Cesc Fabregas’s fitness backfired horribly last night when the Arsenal skipper was forced off with yet another hamstring problem as Braga snatched a Champions League victory.

The Daily Express - WENGER LEFT FUMING AFTER ANOTHER LOSS 
ARSENE WENGER launched a furious rant as Arsenal lost again and skipper Cesc Fabregas was injured.

The Daily Star - BRAGA KING MATH FEASTS ON GUNNERS
ARSENAL had nothing to brag about in Braga last night as their opponents’ brilliant Brazilian Matheus condemned them to a shock defeat.

The Independent - Fabregas agony while Wenger rages against 'useless' system
Three days after a humiliation at home to their greatest enemies, Arsenal's much-changed side found themselves between a rock and a hard place at Braga's extraordinary stadium last night.

The Guardian - Braga's late goals mean Arsenal must go to final Champions League game
Arsène Wenger was prepared to conceded he "took a gamble that backfired" regarding selection. But beyond this rare moment of candour he had anger for everyone other than his own players after a disastrous evening in northern Portugal ended in defeat and the loss of Cesc Fábregas.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas sidelined for three weeks with fresh hamstring injury, says Arsène Wenger
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas could be out of action for up to three weeks after injuring his hamstring in the side's Champions League defeat by Braga, manager Arsène Wenger has said.

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