What the papers say: Arsenal players keen on taking revenge on Barca

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The SunYou’ll pay for that beating, Barca
ARSENE WENGER says Barcelona created a monster when they savaged Arsenal.

The Daily MirrorWenger attacks Barca's double standards
Arsene Wenger has accused Barcelona of double standards in their pursuit of Cesc Fabregas.

The Daily MailArsenal manager Wenger insists club have been fair over Barcelona target Fabregas
Arsene Wenge has fought back at Barcelona's long pursuit of Cesc Fabregas by insisting Arsenal had broken no rules by signing the midfielder as a teenager and are not keeping him at the Emirates against his wishes.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S ARSENE WENGER BITES AT BARCA 
ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger has hit back at Barcelona ahead of tonight’s Champions League clash and accused them of double standards over their bitterness at losing Cesc Fabregas.

The Daily Star - THEO WALCOTT IS MY CHILLER THRILLER
ARSENE WENGER claims Theo Walcott has conquered his fear of failure and is ready to run riot against Barcelona.

The Independent - Wenger: Barcelona must get over losing Fabregas
Whenever Arsenal have faced Barcelona in recent years, there has always been a thorny issue which comes between the two sides and ruins what might otherwise descend into a mutual appreciation society – the issue of Cesc Fabregas, his past and his future.

The Guardian - Samir Nasri could make surprise return for Arsenal against Barcelona
Samir Nasri could feature for Arsenal in Wednesday's Champions League tie against Barcelona after the midfielder took part in a training session at the Emirates ahead of the game.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas will not be swayed by emotion in Champions League clash, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has paid Barcelona the ultimate compliment by saying they are the finest team he has ever managed against but, after their public pursuit of Cesc Fabregas last year, he was blunt on the subject of his captain.

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