From the Back Pages, February 17: Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger says Jose Mourinho has embarrassed both himself and Chelsea

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Arsène Wenger has escalated his feud with Jose Mourinho by telling the Chelsea manager that he has embarrassed both himself and Chelsea with a “silly, disrespectful” attack on his managerial record. (The Telegraph)

A rematch of last year’s final between Manchester City and Wigan was just one of several fascinating stories set up by the FA Cup sixth-round draw on Sunday. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1: It was a pity that an FA Cup tie of this quality should have a referee’s error at the heart of the outcome, and not just any error but a mistake from Howard Webb that got no easier to explain on the third, fourth or fifth viewing. (x)

Brendan Rodgers was last night fuming after Howard Webb denied Liverpool a penalty as Arsenal avenged their Anfield humiliation. (The Mirror)

Manchester United are continuing discussions with Wayne Rooney over a new contract, with the club and striker confident an agreement will be reached that would make him the Premier League’s highest earner. (The Guardian)

England’s hopes in the RBS Six Nations Championship have been struck by a serious injury blow, with Dan Cole, the tight-head prop, due to miss the rest of the campaign. (The Times)

ONE GIRL’S delight was mirrored by another’s despair yesterday as the British team faced extremes of emotion. While Lizzy Yarnold was receiving her gold medal and reliving her skeleton triumph from Friday night, speed skater Elise Christie was in tears. (The Independent)