What the papers say: Cardiff aim to shock Arsenal in FA Cup

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The Sun We can flippin' beat Arsenal
MARK KENNEDY reckons history can repeat itself as he bids to inflict FA Cup misery on Arsenal tonight. 

The Daily Mirror'Italian teams will knock Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United out of Champions League'
Giovanni Trapattoni has dealt the Premier League a snub - by tipping Italian clubs to knock Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United out of the Champions League.

The Daily Mail - Confident Kennedy insists lightning can strike twice ahead of Gunners clash
Mark Kennedy insists lightning can strike twice as he bids to help Cardiff inflict FA Cup misery on Arsenal for the second time in his career on Monday night.

The Daily Express - WENGER: WE ARE ALL IN IT TOGETHER
ARSENE WENGER will never walk away from Arsenal because he fully appreciates the unstinting confidence the board give him to run the club after yet another tempestuous week of Premier League managerial sackings.

The Daily Star - WENGER IS SET TO FEEL THE HEAT
On-loan Cardiff goalkeeper Tom Heaton wants to knock Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal out of the FA Cup to grab the attention of Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Times - Tom Heaton has chance to state case
A half-decent manager in many respects, Sir Alex Ferguson’s judgment on goalkeepers has occasionally proved suspect. Think Massimo Taibi, Mark Bosnich, Fabien Barthez, Jim Leighton and Roy Carroll.

The Telegraph - Cardiff City put money worries to one side and brace themselves for trip to Arsenal
Last year Cardiff City’s FA Cup run was played to the supporters' anthem of Men of Harlech. Three weeks ago it was jeers that rang out at Ninian Park as Joe Ledley took the ball to the corner flag in the dying minutes of Cardiff City’s fourth round FA Cup 0-0 with Arsenal.

The Guardian - Wenger says secret to longevity is to show faith
Arsène Wenger has underlined his commitment to Arsenal, paying tribute to the management structure that has kept him in north London for 12 years.

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