What the papers say: Arshavin deal reaches conclusion as Wenger gets replay headache

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The Sun - Cardiff 0 Arsenal 0
ARSENE WENGER has enjoyed some memorable FA Cup days out in Cardiff. This was not one of them.

The Mirror - Arsenal gutted to face yet another replay after being held by Cardiff
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admitted the Gunners' FA Cup stalemate at Ninian Park was the last thing he wanted.

The Daily Star - CAR CRASH IS AVOIDED BY ARSENE
ARSENE WENGER had the unfamiliar feeling of leaving Cardiff empty-handed in the FA Cup yesterday.

The Daily Express - WENGER WILL PAY PRICE
ARSENAL now have another game to contend with as a potential fixture backlog starts to rear its unruly head, but Arsene Wenger is not unduly bothered. His team are still in the FA Cup.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal close to reaching an agreement with Zenit for Arshavin in £15m deal
Arsenal have reached a breakthrough in their bid to sign Andrei Arshavin from Zenit St Petersburg.

The Times - Spirited Cardiff City let Arsenal and Arsene Wenger off the hook
Arsenal have not won a trophy for 3½ years and the natives are getting restless in the red corner of North London.

The Independent - Adebayor's big bungle leaves Cardiff happy with a pay-day after
The romance of the Cup? Not when there is a chance of a lucrative replay. In the 93rd minute Joe Ledley, Cardiff's highly-rated young midfielder and captain, had the opportunity for one last attack, one last cross into the Arsenal penalty area, one last opportunity to find the goal to win this tie.

The Daily Telegraph - Cardiff force Arsenal to replay
So the Welsh march rolls on. First Swansea outsmart Portsmouth with their elaborate attacking artistry, then Arsenal, the consummate masters of such a style, are thwarted in the teeth of Cardiff's uncomplicated commitment.

The Guardian - Jones defends Ledley's tactic of playing for a lucrative replay
Dave Jones, the Cardiff manager, defended Joe Ledley's decision to take the ball into the corner rather than pursue a late goal that might have knocked ­Arsenal out of the FA Cup, even though the home fans responded to the ­midfielder's tactics, at the end of a goalless draw, with boos.

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