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The Sun - Harry’s woe v Wenger
HARRY REDKNAPP had another nightmare against Arsene Wenger - but still reckons Spurs can reach the Champions League.
The Mirror - Arsenal star Robin van Persie aiming for revenge over Emmanuel Adebayor
Robin van Persie is on a revenge mission against Emmanuel Adebayor. Dutch striker van Persie will plead with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to let him face bitter enemy Adebayor in the Carling Cup quarter-final grudge match.
Robbie Keane was right, the Tottenham bench did look strong. It was on the pitch they had problems, punished for defensive doziness by a striker hailed by Arsene Wenger as two Arsenal legends rolled into one.
The Daily Express - JUST VAN-TASTIC
ARSENE WENGER might have dismantled the crèche for the visit of the neighbours but this latest victory was still kid’s stuff for Arsenal.
The Daily Star - NOW KEEP IT SHUT, KEANO
ROBIN Van Persie sent Tottenham crawling back home to White Hart Lane with their Champions League dreams in tatters – and a word of warning for the future.
Robbie Keane had boasted pre-match that Tottenham Hotspur have a stronger squad than Arsenal. Harry Redknapp thinks his side can still qualify for the Champions League. But Spurs need to make a statement on the pitch. They have hope and hype but games against Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea have brought defeats and three goals against each time.
The Independent - Van Persie eager to face Adebayor in Carling Cup tie
Robin van Persie has risked reigniting his feud with former Arsenal team-mate Emmanuel Adebayor after it was announced that the two will face each other in the Carling Cup quarter-finals early next month.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie pleads for chance to gain revenge at Manchester City
Robin van Persie has told Arsène Wenger he "would love to play" in the Carling Cup against Manchester City after Saturday's quarter-final draw gave Arsenal the chance to inflict revenge on Emmanuel Adebayor's team.
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