What the papers say: Wenger blasts lacklustre Arsenal, but blames fatigue

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The SunWenger is tanked by Tamas
ARSENE WENGER blasted his dozy defence as Arsenal suffered Carling Cup humiliation.

The Daily MirrorCup shock leaves Arsenal shopping for a defender
Arsene Wenger could be ready to take part in a transfer merry-go-round after Arsenal suffered a shock defeat at Ipswich last night.

The Daily MailArsenal boss Arsene Wenger blames fatigue for shock cup defeat by Ipswich Town
Tamas Priskin stunned Arsenal as Ipswich Town beat the Barclays Premier League side 1-0 in the first leg of their Carling Cup semi-final.

The Daily Express WENGER: WE WERE POOR IN EVERY AREA 
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger refused to blame his defence after the shock 1-0 Carling Cup defeat at Ipswich.

The Daily Star - IPSWICH 1 - ARSENAL 0 - HERO TAMAS PRISKIN STUNS GUNNERS
TAMAS PRISKIN was the Ipswich hero last night as he shot down the Gunners.

The Independent - Priskin makes lacklustre Arsenal pay as Ipswich claim advantage
If Paul Jewell could have one wish four days into his reign as Ipswich Town manager it would surely be that he could reverse his decision last night to sit in the stands, thus missing out on taking the credit for his new club's remarkable win over Arsène Wenger's side in this Carling Cup semi-final first leg.

The Guardian - Arsenal were 'below par' in all areas at Ipswich, admits Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger admitted his Arsenal side lacked spark, sharpness and were below par in "every department" as they succumbed to a 1-0 first leg semi-final defeat at Ipswich Town, though he remains confident his side will still progress to the Carling Cup final.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal were poor in every area, admits manager Arsene Wenger after Carling Cup defeat to Ipswich
Arsene Wenger was scathing on Wednesday night in his assessment of Arsenal, admitting that his team had underperformed in every department of the game.

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