Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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Goals from defender Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski at the death gave the Gunners a much-needed win over the Belgian outfit, despite Andy Najar's second-half opener

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The France international netted a first-half brace, while the Ballon d'Or holder continued his superb run of form to bag his 20th goal in 13 appearances this season

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The 25-year-old centre-back has been accused of racially abusing Cameron Jerome but the club's owner has backed his star, insisting that he said nothing offensive

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The Belgium international revealed in September that he would not be signing a new contract but his manager insists that he has no desire to leave White Hart Lane

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The Blues lead the Premier League by five points having won seven of their first eight matches, but the Brazilian believes the Red Devils can end that run on Sunday

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The Spaniard has notched nine assists in his first 10 appearances for the Blues and his manager now says he can understand why he wore the armband at Arsenal

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The 25-year-old was convicted of multiple fraud offences totalling approximately £53,000 after assuming the Blues starlet's identity to help maintain a lavish lifestyle across t...

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The German World Cup winner, currently out injured, hopes the Arsenal manager has a "blissful" day, though, like his boss, is targeting a good performance against Anderlecht

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The Scot, who succeeded Peter Kenyon in September 2009, believes "the time is right to move on to other challenges" having presided over success on and off the pitch

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The 19-year-old, who has struggled with form and fitness since moving to Old Trafford, is determined to produce a good performance against his boyhood club on Sunday

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The former Reds man, now with Real Madrid, says that a Champions League match at Anfield will be a real test for his side no matter how the hosts' last game went

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The Gunners boss has no fears over fielding the 22-year-old against Anderlecht in Wednesday's Champions League clash, with Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina both missing

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The striker hurt himself shortly before scoring Chelsea's first goal against Maribor but, with Diego Costa still out, is keen to get another chance to impress on Sunday

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The Toffees bounced back from a run of five matches without a win with a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa last time out and will hope to build on that success on Thursday

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Both Diego Costa and Loic Remy are doubts for Sunday's clash with Manchester United, leaving veteran Didier Drogba as the Blues' only remaining out-and-out centre forward

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The Russian side had been ordered to play the game without supporters present after crowd trouble but had visible backing on Tuesday while Manchester City fans were barred

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The Gunners boss believes that his team are a little shy of doing themselves justice after five draws in their first eight Premier League games, with Jack Wilshere agreeing

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Spurs have endured some patchy form in recent weeks and were thrashed 4-1 by Manchester City last time out, needing to quickly get back on track in the Europa League

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The Reds have endured a difficult start to the season but the 34-year-old expects them to raise their game against the European champions and backs them to cause an upset