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The Sun - Fergie hijacks £10m Alex bid
ALEX FERGUSON has made a late bid to hijack Alex Chamberlain's £10million move to Arsenal.
The Daily Mirror - Szczesny: Ipswich will come and park the Tractor!
Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny has taken another pot-shot at Ipswich after claiming they will park their Tractor at the Emirates tonight.
The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger: My captain Cesc Fabregas is perfect leader
Arsene Wenger has praised Cesc Fabregas' leadership qualities, saying the midfielder is 'ready to die to win'.
The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S WOJCIECH SZCZESNY ON IPSWICH: FRIGHT WILL BE A FACTOR, BOYS
ARSENAL goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny says Ipswich will be scared when they arrive at the Emirates to defend their slim Carling Cup semi-final lead tonight.
The Daily Star - CESC FABREGAS'S PERFECT FOR LEAD ROLE
CESC FABREGAS bids to take Arsenal to a first final in four seasons tonight with Arsene Wenger hailing him as a future skipper of Spain.
The Independent - Wenger dismisses Jewell's impact
Arsenal's change of heart towards the Carling Cup this season means tonight's semi-final second leg with Ipswich Town at the Emirates is of far greater significance than might otherwise be the case.
The Guardian - Arsenal plot early goal in Carling Cup semi-final against Ipswich
The Arsenal goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny, has warned Ipswich Town they can park the bus, or as many tractors as they want, in front of their goal at Emirates Stadium tonight, but Arsenal will break through the barrier and reach the Carling Cup final.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has the qualities to become the next Spain captain, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has dismissed any doubts over the leadership of Cesc Fabregas and predicted that he could go on to succeed Iker Casillas as the captain of Spain.
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