What the papers say: Wenger confident Arsenal will end trophy drought

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The SunLeeds 1 Arsenal 3
SAMIR NASRI was left out of the French World Cup squad last summer. And Arsenal are reaping the rewards as Nasri goes about his one-man mission to prove what a stupid decision that was.

The Daily MirrorArsenal 'hungry' for silverware after Leeds win, claims Wenger
Arsene Wenger is confident Arsenal will end their silverware drought this season as stay on course for FOUR trophies.

The Daily MailGunners are united and aiming for silverware: Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas reveals he's targeting clean sweep
Cesc Fabregas hailed Arsenal’s unity after beating Leeds 3-1 and boldly claimed they were aiming for a clean sweep of trophies this season.

The Daily Express LEEDS 1 - ARSENAL 3 - IT’S PERFECT FOUR GUNNERS 
A LATE penalty to escape a mauling in the first game and an undeniably good collective team effort in the replay were enough to see Arsenal through against their Championship opponents Leeds at Elland Road last night.
 

The Daily Star - LEEDS 1 - ARSENAL 3 - ARSENE WENGER WINS AN ELL OF A CRACKER
ROBIN VAN PERSIE came off the bench to sink brave Leeds last night.

The Independent - Van Persie silences Bates and his noisy upstarts
Arsene Wenger dared reflect late last night on a dimension to Arsenal's history which he has been unable to contribute to for too long.

The Guardian - Trophy-hungry Arsenal are keen to end barren spell, says Arsène Wenger
Arséne Wenger said Arsenal showed they were hungry to end their trophyless run after they cruised past Leeds United in the FA Cup third-round replay.

The Daily TelegraphKen Bates: Sepp Blatter is a 'village idiot' and Arsene Wenger 'should have gone to Specsavers’
Leeds United chairman Ken Bates renewed his reputation for controversy by describing Sepp Blatter as the ‘village idiot of football’ and labelling Arsene Wenger as a manager ‘who should have gone to Specsavers’ in his programme notes for the FA Cup replay against Arsenal.

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