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By Andrew Mullen and Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'Not very good news on Koscielny injury'

    Arsenal

    Laurent Koscielny

    A bad night was made worse for Arsenal when captain Laurent Koscielny was carried off with an Achilles injury, which may rule the Frenchman out of this summer's World Cup.

    Asked about Laurent Koscielny's injury, Wenger said: "It is an Achilles rupture and maybe we will have good news, but the first signs are not very good."

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    Amrul Choudhury: Same old Arsenal. Arsene has not learnt, a decade or so ago Didier Drogba bullied his sides to submission and in recent times it has been Diego Costa. Yet he never invested in a world class centre back to counter the problem.

    Abhishek Sapkota: The so-called legends of Arsenal are busy in criticising players. For me they should have talked or texted players about the fame of club and the importance of a European title for the club and fans.

    Akinwale Samuel: Can't wait till "Wenger Out". He wasted Arsenal's 22 years in Europe.

  3. 'Same old story'

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    The best team won. It's sad and it's the end of an era for Arsene Wenger but it was the same old story, a soft goal cost them. Then they couldn't get back in it and the final ball wasn't good enough. This has been the story under Wenger for many years now.

    In the early days Arsenal could win in any fashion - playing pretty football or beating you up. But now it's too few and far between and they do not have the substance at the back.

  4. No fairytale European trophy for Wenger after defeat

    Arsenal

    Arsene Wenger

    Manager Arsene Wenger will not be given a last chance to lift silverware with Arsenal after they were beaten 2-1 on aggregate by Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semi-final.

    With the score 1-1 from the first leg, former Chelsea striker Diego Costa returned to the Atletico side to haunt the Gunners again and it was his composed chip on the brink of half-time which ended their European hopes.

    Antoine Griezmann slipped the crucial pass through to Costa after coming close with a powerful strike from a tight angle.

    Arsenal were crestfallen going into the break but almost responded within minutes of the restart when Aaron Ramsey found himself through on goal. His touch let him down and the chance was wasted - as were a number of opportunities for the visitors throughout the second half.

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  5. Friday's back pages

    The Sun

    The Sun
  6. Friday's back pages

    The Daily Star

    The Star
  7. Friday's back pages

    The Daily Mail

    Daily Mail
  8. Friday's back pages

    The Daily Telegraph

    Daily Telegraph
  9. Good morning

    Welcome. There is plenty to discuss after Arsenal's defeat in Madrid last night plus we have 12 Premier League press confereces to keep us company today.

    But first, let's have a look at what the papers are saying this morning.