What the papers say: Fabregas admits hunger for silverware

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The SunArsenal 3 Ipswich 0
THERE will be no trophy parade should Arsenal win the Carling Cup. Not if Arsene Wenger has anything to do with it.

The Daily MirrorFabregas fires Gunners to Wembley
Arsene Wenger claimed last season the Carling Cup did not merit an open top bus parade.

The Daily MailBendtner has final say as Gunners cruise to the Carling Cup final
Two months after they appeared to be heading for football's divorce court, Nicklas Bendtner and Arsene Wenger are heading instead to Wembley.

The Daily Express CESC FABREGAS DRIVES TRACTOR BOYS OUT OF TOWN
MAYBE, just maybe ­Arsenal are finally about to end their barren run after three second-half goals put them in the Carling Cup final.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL ARE UP FOUR IT
ARSENE WENGER last night insisted winning the Carling Cup could help Arsenal achieve their goal of an amazing four-timer.

The Independent - Bendtner settles Arsenal nerves to bring elusive trophy one step closer
It may only be the Carling Cup final but for Arsène Wenger's young Arsenal team a first final at the new Wembley Stadium was greeted last night with the kind of anticipation that you might expect of a club whose recent history has been conspicuously lacking in trophies.

The Guardian - Nicklas Bendtner clears Arsenal's path to Wembley as Ipswich crumble
A win over visitors from a lower division ought to have met with no more than a nod of recognition for a simple task undertaken competently. The mood at the Emirates was nothing at all like that.

The Daily TelegraphCesc Fabregas desperate for silverware as Arsenal reach Carling Cup final
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas hailed his side's 3-1 Carling Cup aggregate win over Ipswich at the Emirates Stadium and admitted another trophy for the Gunners is overdue.

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