What the papers say: Young Guns hit Blades for six

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The Sun - Creche! Bang! Wallop!
ARSENE WENGER watched his kids make history then declared: “We can go all the way and win the Carling Cup — and I want to do it with these players.

The Mirror - Carling Cup: Arsenal 6-0 Sheffield United
In the Premiership at Bolton on Saturday, Arsene Wenger's average age was 24, at the Emirates last night it was 19. N-n-n-nineteen. Nineteen.

The Daily Mail - It's teenage kicks as young Gunners go on a spree at the Emirates to cut down Blades
Brain-washed by the team psychologist before the game, Arsenal's youngsters delivered a performance on Tuesday night that was worthy of a bigger and better stage.

Arsenal's youngsters ran riot against Sheffield United as they romped to a 6-0 victory in their Carling Cup third-round tie at Emirates Stadium.

The Times - Carlos Vela is the pride of Arsenal's young lions
For a man who has developed players such as Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Cesc Fàbregas in 12 distinguished years at Arsenal, it was some claim, but no one at Sheffield United will argue with Arsène Wenger’s verdict that this is the most talented group of youngsters he has had at the club.

The Independent - Carling Cup round-up: Vela shines brightest as Wenger's youngsters run riot
Roy Keane followed the Premier League custom of sending out a weakened side for Carling Cup duty, but whereas Arsène Wenger can do likewise for Arsenal and revel in his proteges crushing Sheffield United, Keane had to endure his second string's embarrassing struggle to dispose of Northampton of League One at the Stadium of Light.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger hails Arsenal youngsters as best ever after destroying Sheffield United
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has claimed he has never managed a better crop of young players than his latest bunch of teenager up-starters.

The Guardian - Arsenal's young guns hit an easy six with Vela and Wilshere running riot
Sheffield United began the day with a victory but ended it in defeat, and as their players trudged off the pitch last night it was hard to tell which resonated more.

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