What the papers say: Wenger worried about psychological effect of Arsenal draw

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The SunAndrey: It was too Arsh for words
ANDREY ARSHAVIN says boss Arsene Wenger was too stunned to speak to his players after Arsenal surrendered a 4-0 lead to Newcastle.

The Daily MirrorWenger worried about after effects of Toon collapse
Furious Arsene Wenger fears Arsenal players will be psychologically damaged by the trauma of their second half collapse at Newcastle.

The Daily MailYou Twit, Wilshere but FA unlikely to charge Arsenal midfielder over ref rant
Jack Wilshere is unlikely to be punished for venting his anger at referee Phil Dowd on Twitter after the match. There is little appetite at the FA for charging the 19-year-old for his blast about 'inconsistent' decisions, which he later deleted, but they will consider the comments today.
 

The Daily StarJOEY BARTON'S BLASTS ARSENE WENGER
JOEY BARTON has hit back at Arsene Wenger for claiming he should have been sent off before inspiring Newcastle’s stunning fi ghtback in the 4-4 draw at St James’s Park.

The Guardian - FA unlikely to punish Arsenal's Jack Wilshere for Twitter rant
The Football Association is extremely unlikely to take any action against Arsenal's England midfielder Jack Wilshere in the wake of his tweet on Saturday evening.

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