What the papers say: No fear is Arsenal's key to beating Barca

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The SunFab: We’ve got nothing to fear
CESC FABREGAS insists Arsenal must show Barcelona no fear in Wednesday's Champions League showdown.

The Daily MirrorMcCarthy: We took a good kicking off Gunners
Mick McCarthy admitted Wolves were given a footballing lesson – and urged other managers to be more honest.

The Daily MailChelsea's Abramovich targets Arsenal's new chief scout after bagging Torres and Luiz
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is continuing his regeneration of the club following the £75million signing of Fernando Torres and David Luiz by trying to poach Arsenal’s chief scout Steve Rowley.

SAMIR NASRI will find out tomorrow whether he is fit enough to give Arsenal a Champions League fillip against Barcelona.

JACK WILSHERE says Arsenal need to get nasty if they are to dump Barcelona out of the Champions League.

The Independent - Everyone wants to be like Barça but if Arsenal play the team and not the myth they might just win
Barcelona almost lost a game on Saturday night and if you think they looked good when they beat Real Madrid 5-0 in December you should have seen them when they were a goal down against Sporting Gijon with 15 minutes to play.

The Guardian - Arsenal will give Barcelona a tough test this time, says Jack Wilshere
Jack Wilshere believes Arsenal have learned the lessons from their chastening Champions League elimination by Barcelona last season and has called on his team-mates to "be a bit nasty" by "getting in the faces" of the Spanish team during a daunting tie, which begins at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas tells team-mates to play with 'no fear' against 'best team in the world'
Cesc Fabregas has hailed Barcelona as the “best team in the world” and exhorted his Arsenal team-mates to play with “no fear” as they prepare for this week’s much-anticipated Champions League last-16 first-leg tie.

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