What the papers say: Arsenal prepare for biggestMan Utd clash in history

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The Sun - Wenger's Young Gun war cry
ARSENE WENGER reckons the men in white coats would have taken him away if he had said six months ago that Arsenal would be fighting for a place in the Champions League final.

The Daily Mirror - BAY WATCH
Wenger: Lay off Emmanuel ..he wasn't the villain of the first leg and he can be our hero tonight

The Daily Mail - Obsessed? Not me, claims Wenger ahead of United showdown
Some stories we never tire of, and the exchange between Joe Fagan and Sammy Lee moments before the European Cup final in 1984 is one such example. It is when Fagan tells Lee that he wants him to mark Roma’s playmaker. ‘Which one’s that?’ asks Lee. ‘I don’t know,’ says Fagan. ‘The one who gets the ball all the time.’

The Daily Express - THIS IS THE ONE
SIR ALEX FERGUSON has billed his latest clash with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger as “the big one”.

The Daily Star BIGGEST ONE OF THEM ALL
SIR Alex Ferguson says tonight’s Champions League clash with Arsene Wenger is the biggest ever dual between the two managers.

The Times - Sir Alex Ferguson stokes up fire for clash with Arsenal in Champions League
Sir Alex Ferguson has taken the unusual step of adding hype to an eagerly awaited fixture by describing this evening’s Champions League semi-final, second leg as the biggest match between Manchester United and Arsenal.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger admits Champions League is an obsession
For a manager obsessed with looking forward, for building a golden future out of sparkling young talents, Arsene Wenger was singing a strange song when encountered at London Colney on the eve of Tuesday night's Champions League date with destiny. Yesterday spilt from the thin lips of the Arsenal manager and it didn't sound right.

The Independent - A match that can shape Arsenal's future – and Wenger's legacy
Does a manager need to win the European Cup in order to be considered truly great? It is the kind of question that Arsène Wenger yesterday said might come to haunt him if his Arsenal team are eliminated by Manchester United in the Champions League semi-final second-leg tie tonight.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger puts his faith in Emmanuel Adebayor to lift Arsenal
Arsène Wenger says he has never known a team face so much adversity over the course of a single season as Arsenal have this time out, as he addressed the latest controversy to test his resolve.

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