What the papers say: Wenger faces UEFA ban

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The SunDjour a complete disgrace, ref
JOHAN DJOUROU has branded fellow Swiss Massimo Busacca a national disgrace after he wrecked Arsenal's European hopes.

The Daily Mirror - Wilshere issues Arsenal rallying cry
Jack Wilshere last night promised Arsenal will use their Champions League heartbreak as the driving force behind their title challenge.

The Daily MailWenger to pay for X-rated outburst after Barcelona defeat
Arsene Wenger faces a Champions League touchline ban after UEFA charged him for a foul-mouthed rant at referee Massimo Busacca in the aftermath of Arsenal's defeat by Barcelona.

ARSENE WENGER is in trouble with UEFA for an amazing F-word row with referee Massimo Busacca that has seen him and Samir Nasri charged with improper conduct.

ARSENE WENGER and referee Massimo Busacca almost came to blows as they clashed at the Nou Camp.

The Independent - Wenger's rivals will be fretting now he can focus solely on league
However much he claims otherwise, there are few criticisms of Arsenal that will cut Arsène Wenger quite as much as those from Barcelona this morning. That they were not ambitious or brave enough in their attacking play – that there was no "joy" about them – is usually the charge levelled at more conservative opponents of Arsenal who come to the Emirates and dig in for a result.

The GuardianArsenal keeper accuses team-mates of walking against Barcelona
The Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia has accused his team-mates of walking rather than running in their Champions League defeat by Barcelona.

The Daily TelegraphManchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson surprised at Arsenal revival in first public comments since blackout
Sir Alex Ferguson has commented publicly for the first time since his self-imposed media blackout by admitting his surprise at Arsenal’s re-emergence as Manchester United’s foremost rivals for silverware.

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