What the papers say: Wenger hopes to keep his "golden generation" together

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The Sun Are you sure, Arsene?
ARSENE WENGER has embarked on a new moral crusade claiming Arsenal are the ONLY club among Europe’s elite interested in developing young players. 

The Daily Mail - Wenger needs silverware to keep his golden boys at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger has labelled them the ‘Golden Generation’, borrowing a phrase from the FA’s corporate handbook to predict unprecedented success for this Arsenal team. Not now, but sometime in the future.

The Daily Express - WENGER RUES TROPHY "FAILURES"
Arsene Wenger admits he shares Robin van Persie's frustrations over the club's trophy drought in recent seasons but has stressed the importance of keeping his squad together if that is to change.

The Daily Star - MY GOLDEN BOYS WILL BEAT 'EM ALL
ARSENE Wenger last night insisted Arsenal can produce a golden generation to match Manchester United’s.

The Times - Arsène Wenger: we are as good as golden generation
Arsène Wenger has been guilty of myopia in the past, but the Arsenal manager is likely to be accused this morning of seeing things that simply are not there after making the extraordinary claim that his stuttering side are the best in the country.

The Independent - My golden generation, says Wenger
Arsène Wenger said yesterday that his young Arsenal team would emulate the achievements of Manchester United’s so-called ‘golden generation’ within the next four years. He also claimed he was the only Champions League manager developing players rather than buying success.

The Telegraph - Roma will test Arsene Wenger's grand project
A healthy first-leg victory to take to the Olympic Stadium – which is also the venue for the final in May – would enable Arsene Wenger to practise further what he is attempting to preach: that he has the makings of a side who can command European and domestic football for years.

The Guardian - Wenger holds his party line as he bets on future success
Arsène Wenger has the vision of a golden generation of young players at Arsenal to rival that which Manchester United developed in the 90s and he is convinced that they will form the backbone of the finest team in the country in three years' time.

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