Thursday 27 November 2014

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COMMENT: The Gunners qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League for a 15th consecutive season with a strong performance in Wednesday's 2-0 win over Dortmund

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The Dortmund coach has conceded that his team were not good enough to get anything from Wednesday's encounter, losing 2-0 to the Gunners

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The Ligue 1 side are now second in the group and only need to hold Zenit to a draw in the last game to ensure they progress to the last 16

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Goals from Yaya Sanogo and Alexis Sanchez ensured the Gunners' progress to the Champions League knockout stages, with top spot in the group now very much up for grabs

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The hosts can seal their place in the last 16 with a draw but their Ligue 1 opponents will be going all out for victory at the BayArena

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The Gunners need only a point to progress but under-pressure coach Arsene Wenger could do with a morale-boosting win against the already-qualified Germans

Wednesday 26 November 2014

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The Brazilian trainer has revealed that the Italian did not want the German because he would not have known how to fit him into the European Champions' star-studded line-up

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The Frenchman has revealed that a number of clubs were after him and he was actually on the verge of signing with the Santiago Bernabeu side at one point

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The Toffees can progress from Group H if they secure a positive result against the Bundesliga outfit and the French defender is confident ahead of the crucial clash

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According to the club legend, the Bundesliga champions are prepared to sell the versatile attacker if a good offer comes in the winter transfer window

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The wing-back has conceded that the Bundesliga side were not good enough in their 5-0 battering, but has stressed they can still reach the knockout stages

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COMMENT: The German is in his seventh season with Borussia Dortmund but, just like his opposite number at Arsenal, his best days with the club may be behind him

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A Sergio Aguero hat-trick inspired the Premier League champions to a dramatic comeback victory over the Bundesliga giants and now they must go to Rome and win next month

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The coach praised the effort of his players despite their late defeat at the Etihad Stadium, with Medhi Benatia's early sending-off having left them in a precarious position

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The former Blues boss saw his Schalke side demolished by Jose Mourinho's men, and he was far from happy with how his players stood off their counterparts

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The German champions were on course to maintain their 100 per cent record in Group E but were stunned by a late fightback from Manuel Pellegrini's men