What the papers say: Wenger slams Uefa dictatorship and demands apology

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The SunCrock Szczesny is hit for six
ARSENE WENGER is looking to sign a keeper on an emergency loan after learning Wojciech Szczesny is out for up to six weeks.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger slams UEFA "dictatorship"
Arsene Wenger last night branded UEFA a "dictatorship" and demanded an apology from European football's governing body.

The Daily MailYou dictators: Arsene Wenger fires off a tirade at UEFA and the referee over Barcelona controversy
Arsene Wenger came out fighting last night with an astonishing verbal attack on UEFA and a ferocious defence of his tactics in Barcelona.

ARSENE WENGER has launched a furious attack on UEFA and branded them “a dictatorship” for charging him and Samir Nasri with improper conduct.

The Independent - 'Dictatorship' Uefa should be apologising to us, says Wenger
Arsene Wenger has said that Uefa should show "a bit more humility", after he was charged with improper conduct following Arsenal's Champions League exit. As well as denying his charge, given for "inappropriate language" directed to referee Massimo Busacca on Tuesday night, he said that European football's governing body ought to apologise for Robin van Persie's sending-off, and likened the "arrogance" of charging him to something from a "dictatorship".

The GuardianArsène Wenger labels Uefa a 'dictatorship' and 'arrogant'
Arsène Wenger has accused Uefa of behaving like a "dictatorship" and of showing inexplicable "arrogance" in the wake of its decision to bring improper conduct charges against him and Samir Nasri following Arsenal's Champions League exit in Barcelona.

The Daily TelegraphArsène Wenger demands Uefa apologises for Robin van Persie dismissal against Barcelona
Arsène Wenger risked antagonising Uefa further with an outspoken attack on the governing body of European football, accusing it of being a “dictatorship”.

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