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Neil Johnston

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  1. Goodbye

    Fan protests, a red card, another humiliating absolutely shocking night for Arsenal. As for Arsene Wenger's future...

    Next up for the Gunners is non-league Lincoln City in the FA Cup. They were winning 4-0 in the National League at the same time as Bayern Munich were rampaging through Arsenal's defence.

    Many thanks for your company. Until next time.

  2. Should Wenger stay or go?


    Paul Bunton: It's Wenger's team and they're not playing for him. Time to go - no longer having desired effect on team. 

    onsideVIEW: Who replaces him? The board don't seem keen on spending, the squad is very poor, their best player in years is leaving.Tough times.

    Simon Judge: Time to sack Wenger after Arsenal lose 10-2 agg - even Leicester City won't lose by that score after King Ranieri was sacked.

  3. 'Laughing stock'

    Daily Mirror

    The Daily Mirror focuses on the reaction of Alexis Sanchez on the bench to Arsenal's humiliation.

  4. 'Wenger out'

    Metro Sport

    Another back page. Another bad headline for Arsene Wenger.

  5. 'Wenger staring into the abyss'

    The Guardian

    Arsenal's humiliation leaves Arsene Wenger staring into the abyss, says the Guardian.

  6. 'Wenger out'

    The Sun

    Wednesday's Sun doesn't hold back. 

    'Wenger out' screams the back page headline.

  7. Should Wenger stay or go?


    Grumpy Expat:  I love Arsene Wenger. Given me many happy memories. I loved my ex-girlfriend too. As difficult as it was, that had to end too 

    James Holness: Wenger points the finger of blame elsewhere for Arsenal's failings, but ultimately he MUST take responsibility. He has to go.  

    Zack Rynhold: Wenger will never get his players to improve if he keeps deflecting blame on to the refs. 

  8. 'Wenger hits all-time low'

    The Times

  9. 'Wenger out - of Champions League

  10. Should Wenger stay or go?


    Craig Smith: Sad day for Arsenal as Wenger's legacy is going down in flames. Hope he quits early so can be given a positive send off.  

    Tyrone Tucker: How can you not blame Wenger? he is responsible for the team, he bought them and trained them.

    Matthew Wade: Wenger dead man walking and the performance in Germany was a scandal, but the officials tonight got every big decision wrong.

  11. 'Excellent work'

    It might have been a miserable night for Arsenal but Bayern Munich's manager is a very happy man.

  12. Facebook Q&A

    Our chief football writer Phil McNulty has been on Facebook answering your questions from the Emirates.

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  13. 'Result doesn't reflect the courage'

    Arsenal 1-5 Bayern Munich


    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, speaking to BT Sport:  "I felt we were in it and you never know how Bayern would have reacted if we had scored a second goal. It looks very bad and doesn't reflect the courage of the performance.

    "Once it 2-1 down it was very difficult and you have no chance to qualify any more. But that's not the part I want to keep in my mind because the game has been spoiled by the referee."

  14. 'Humiliated'

    The Daily Telegraph

    One word sums up Arsenal on the front page of the Daily Telegraph sports section.


  15. 'I'm absolutely revolted'

    Arsenal 1-5 Bayern Munich


    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, speaking BT Sport:  "Down to 10 men you have to score four goals. It becomes impossible in the head of the players. Lewandowski is offside, it's not a penalty and then on top of that he gives a yellow card and on top of that he gives a red card.

    "I'm absolutely revolted and sorry for the people who paid a lot of money to watch this game."

  16. Wenger brushes off fan protests

    Arsenal 1-5 Bayern Munich


    Asked about protests from Arsenal fans before the game, Arsene Wenger says: "I've nothing to add to that."

  17. Post update

  18. 'My team has produced a huge effort'

    Arsenal 1-5 Bayern Munich


    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, speaking BT Sport: "There are difficult aspects in the game that explain that we're out. I feel we produced the game we wanted and we were really unlucky with some of the decisions. It's really hard to understand.

    "It's definitely a penalty on Theo Walcott, Lewandowski is offside and after the red card it was very difficult for us to finish the game. My team has produced a huge effort tonight and played very well."

  19. 'Shame old story'

    The Daily Star

  20. Post update

    Arsenal 1-5 Bayern Munich


    More from Arsene Wenger as he tells the media that the club is in great shape but going through a difficult situation. He calls the red card "unexplainable" and "scandalous".