What the papers say: Denilson believes Carling win can be title catalyst

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The SunGunners can scoop the lot
DENILSON insists Arsenal can win every piece of silverware on offer this season.

The Daily MirrorDenilson dreaming of Arsenal Quadruple
Denilson has called on his Arsenal team-mates to win the Carling Cup and use that triumph as a springboard to go on and lift the season's three major trophies.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal face Ipswich as West Ham take on Birmingham
Arsenal have a golden chance of reaching another final in their bid for their first trophy since 2005 after they were drawn to face Ipswich in the semi-final of the Carling Cup.

The Daily ExpressARSENAL'S DENILSON: A CARLING MIGHT GIVE US A THIRST
Denilson has called on his Arsenal team-mates to help him take the heat off manager Arsene Wenger and lift the Carling Cup.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S DENILSON: WE’RE GUNNER WIN MOUR
DENILSON claims Arsenal’s trophy cabinet will soon be bulging again – if they can finally end their five-year drought by lifting the Carling Cup.

The Independent - Arsenal 'need a trophy'
Arsenal have fundamentally changed their attitude towards the Carling Cup for a variety of reasons. Manager Arsène Wenger was asked directly for the motivation behind his decision to pick stronger teams in this year's contest after Tuesday's 2-0 victory over Wigan Athletic put the north London club in the semi-finals.

The Guardian - Denílson hopes Arsenal can use Carling Cup as springboard to quadruple
Denílson believes Arsenal can harness their momentum in the Carling Cup to win a historic quadruple this season. Arsène Wenger's team defeated Wigan Athletic 2-0 at the Emirates last night to reach the semi-finals of a competition the club last won in 1993, though they lost in the final to Chelsea three years ago.

The Daily Telegraph - Roy Keane to renew hostilities with Arsene Wenger after Ipswich handed Arsenal tie
Roy Keane will renew one of the most notorious rivalries in English football after his Ipswich side were paired with Arsenal in the Carling Cup semi-final draw.

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