What the papers say: Wenger rips up youth policy for Newcastle clash

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The Sun - Gunners to And Arsh a new deal
ARSENAL are ready to open talks with Andrey Arshavin over a new £80,000-a-week deal.

The Daily MirrorWenger makes Carling Cup vow to end trophy drought
Arsene Wenger last night admitted the pressure of needing to win a trophy forced him to change Arsenal's Carling Cup policy.

The Daily Mail - Meet Jacques Crevoisier... the brains behind Arsene Wenger’s youth revolution
If you think that intelligence comes a long way down the list of assets a footballer needs to succeed at the highest level, watch Arsenal in Wednesday's Carling Cup tie at Newcastle and think again.

ARSENE WENGER has admitted he is under pressure to bring Arsenal’s five-year wait for a trophy to an end this season.

ARSENE WENGER has admitted he is feeling the heat after five years without a trophy. But the Arsenal boss is in no rush to spend big on a goalkeeper as he chases silverware.

The Independent - Wenger to stick with big guns for Newcastle
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has admitted to added pressure after more than half a decade without a major trophy and, as a result, has signalled a shift in his philosophy of using the Carling Cup to blood youngsters.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger confirms Arsenal's kids-only Carling Cup policy is over
Arsène Wenger has acknowledged the pressing need to claim Arsenal's first trophy in five years and will demonstrate his desire to win the Carling Cup by including a number of recognised first-team players in tomorrow night's fourth-round tie at Newcastle United.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Arsène Wenger set to name strong team for Carling Cup clash with Newcastle
Arsène Wenger will make a significant change to his usual Carling Cup team selection on Wednesday by blending his best young players with an experienced first-team core.

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