What the papers say: Wenger plans attack to add to Arsenal's defence

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The Sun - Tony: Gunners are goners
TONY ADAMS does not believe the Gunners can win the Champions League — because they do not defend well enough.

The Daily Mail - Hull face humiliation with Arsenal star Fabregas set to tell FA he did not spit
Hull City face the humiliating prospect of having their case against Cesc Fabregas thrown out by the FA when the Arsenal midfielder will officially deny spitting at City No 2 Brian Horton.

The Daily Express - WENGER BOYS GUN FOR GLORY
THEY stand poised for glory and greatness, and even Arsene Wenger admits his surprise at just how well his young team have come back from the brink.

The Daily Star - WENGER: MY YOUNG GUNS ASTONISH ME
ARSENE WENGER last night confessed to being amazed by the way his young team bounced back from their horror start to the season.

The Times - Arsène Wenger hopes attack will add to defence
Even Arsène Wenger did not expect to stand on the verge of a Champions League semi-final when his Arsenal team lost five of their opening 14 Barclays Premier League matches and were ridiculed as lightweights.

Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger tells Arsenal to go on offensive against Villarreal
After what might prove to have been the pivotal moment in Arsenal?s season, Arsene Wenger found himself being accosted by a supporter as he left Stamford Bridge last November.

The Independent - Wenger spreads the love
When Arsène Wenger rhapsodised yesterday about how his young players have learnt to love playing for Arsenal, it was not just a manager glorying in the achievements of his emergent team. Now that Wenger has rescued Arsenal's season, and is on the brink of a Champions League semi-final, he knows that a new challenge is on the horizon: keeping this side together.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger warns team of the dangers of playing it safe
Arsène Wenger maintains that his Arsenal team cannot and will not play for the 0-0 draw, a scoreline which would suffice to see off Villarreal at the Emirates Stadium tonight and smooth safe passage into the Champions League semi-finals. Previous experience of such tumultuous occasions, though, reminds the manager of the chasm that exists between best intentions and practice.

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