What the papers say: Wenger defiant after Cesc blow

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The Sun - We don't need Fab to be fab
ARSENE WENGER insists Arsenal can win the title without Cesc Fabregas after writing off his captain for the next four months.

The Mirror - Farewell Cesc Fabregas?
Arsene Wenger is facing a major crisis over the future of Cesc Fabregas - and the frightening prospect of never seeing his captain in an Arsenal shirt again.

The Daily Mail - Defiant Wenger: Arsenal will maintain title tilt despite Cesc setback
Christmas could barely have started with worse tidings for Arsene Wenger, but he insists Arsenal’s title challenge remains alive despite losing skipper Cesc Fabregas for virtually the rest of the season. 

The Daily Star  £10M INLER FAB FOR WENG
Arsenal are set to step up their £10m pursuit of Swiss international Goekhan Inler in the wake of Cesc Fabregas’ KO blow.

The Express - WENGER: WE CAN SUCCEED WITHOUT CESC
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists his side can still challenge for the Barclays Premier League title despite the loss of Cesc Fabregas for up to four months.

The Times - Arsenal lose Cesc Fabregas for four months
If Arsenal are to win the Barclays Premier League title this season, they will have to do it mostly without Cesc Fàbregas.

The Independent - Poll hits back at Wenger
Graham Poll last night hit back at Arsène Wenger over the Arsenal manager's claim that it was "embarrassing" that the former referee had shown favouritism to John Terry by claiming that it was a bigger decision for referees to send off the England captain than any other player.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas injury a 'massive blow'
Arsene Wenger admitted that losing Cesc Fabregas was a "massive blow" after confirming on Tuesday night that the Arsenal captain would miss much of the rest of the season.

The Guardian - Wenger looks for a midfielder after loss of Fábregas
Arsène Wenger conceded yesterday that he was now "more likely" to buy a player ­during next month's transfer window after he all but ruled out Cesc Fábregas for the remainder of the season.

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