What the papers say: Arsenal get nothing from the O's

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The SunWenger hails Orient's performance
ARSENE WENGER paid tribute to plucky Leyton Orient after they stunned Arsenal.

The Daily Mirror - Barca gearing up for £38m Fabregas bid
Barcelona are refusing to give up hope on Cesc Fabregas - and believe they can land him with a £38million bid.

The Daily MailOur herO's! Orient super-sub stuns Gunners as Hearn says: Wenger's been outwitted!
Leyton Orient celebrated a heroic FA Cup draw - thanks to a goal from an overweight 'supersub' Arsene Wenger admitted he had never even heard of.

The Daily Express - LEYTON ORIENT 1 - ARSENAL 1: TEHOUE ARE YOU?
JONATHAN TEHOUE was Leyton Orient’s roly-poly FA Cup hero last night as he struck the goal to frustrate Arsenal and keep alive dreams of a quarter-final trip to Manchester United.

The Daily Star - JONATHAN TEHOUE SINKS ARSENAL
ARSENAL were cut down to size by an overweight unknown yesterday.

The Independent - Orient give Wenger's men a taste of their own medicine
Popular myth would have it that the famously fastidious Arsène Wenger spends his spare time watching DVDs of obscure lower-division matches from across Europe in the hope of uncovering yet another unheralded young talent.

The GuardianLeyton Orient players off to Las Vegas after FA Cup draw with Arsenal
Barry Hearn will reward his Leyton Orient players for earning a lucrative FA Cup replay with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium by taking them on holiday to Las Vegas at the end of the season. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal have been handed a warning by Leyton Orient after FA Cup draw, says Arsene Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has welcomed "an exciting draw" after his side were handed a possible FA Cup quarter-final trip to Manchester United, but insists they are not taking anything for granted.

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