What the paper say: 'Destroyed' Arsenal face defining run

We're all about making your life easier here at Arsenal Addict, where our team of Addicted editors spend every spare second scrutinising news coverage to make sure you're kept up to date with what's going on at our beloved club. So if you don't have the time to trawl through the UK's national newspapers for Arsenal stories, be sure to check back here where we'll do the work for you.  

The SunWe must put this agony behind us
ARSENE WENGER has urged his Arsenal side not to let their Carling Cup defeat ruin their season.

The Daily Mirror -Arsenal pair "destroyed" after Cup blunder - Wenger
Arsene Wenger claimed he faces a major battle to lift his players after admitting they were “destroyed” by their Carling Cup defeat.

The Daily MailCesc Fabregas says Arsenal have 'great potential' despite Carling Cup defeat
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas maintained his team had 'great potential' despite the bitter disappointment of the 2-1 defeat in the Carling Cup final to Birmingham at Wembley.

Arsene Wenger revealed goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and centre-half Laurent Koscielny were left "destroyed" after their last-minute mix-up cost Arsenal the chance of Carling Cup glory and gifted Birmingham a famous victory at Wembley

ARSENE WENGER last night vowed not to let Arsenal’s Carling Cup disaster cost them the Premier League.

The Independent - Birmingham's glory leaves Arsenal to face defining run
It is a measure of the self-belief of Wojciech Szczesny that at the end of the game he consoled his team-mates and, when the time came for Arsenal to go up the steps to collect their losers' medals, he jutted out his chin and was one of the first up to the Royal Box.

The GuardianArsenal may find it difficult to recover from this disastrous day
Wembley witnessed a collapse less protracted but potentially more damaging than the tossing away of a 4-0 lead at Newcastle

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal faces anxious wait over Robin van Persie's fitness as 'destroyed' duo apologise for Carling Cup error
Robin van Persie is a fresh doubt for the Champions League second leg against Barcelona after Sunday’s Carling Cup final inflicted potentially significant physical and psychological damage to the Arsenal squad.

The Times - Arsene Wenger facing rescue mission
Arsène Wenger accused his Arsenal players of failing to take responsibility after an horrendous late mix-up between Laurent Koscielny and Wojciech Szczesny gifted Birmingham City the Carling Cup at Wembley yesterday.

Got an opinion on these stories? Then share it with your fellow Addicts using our comments section.