England

Saturday, April 12, 2014

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The France international, whose current deal expires in the summer, is being lined up by the likes of Inter and Monaco but David Moyes is keen for the left-back to stay put

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The Gunners, outplayed in periods by Wigan, needed a penalty shoot-out to book their place in the showpiece, and must raise their game if they are to end their trophy drought

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The German scored the goal that took their tie with Wigan to extra-time before watching his team-mates convert all four penalties to seal a place in the final

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The Gunners need spot-kicks to defeat the Championship side, with Per Mertesacker cancelling out Jordi Gomez's opener to initially send the game to extra-time

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The Gunners had goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski to thank as they moved a step closer to ending their nine-year wait for silverware by booking their place in the final of the FA Cup

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Thanks to Rodallega's first half goal, the Cottagers move to within two points of safety as Adams' first game as Canaries manager ends in defeat

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Two early Baggies goals and a missed Emmanuel Adebayor penalty gave Tim Sherwood a nightmare start but his side controlled the second half and equalised at the death

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The Merseysiders sneak into the top four courtesy of Wes Brown's own goal at the Stadium of Light, leaving Gus Poyet's men looking increasingly doomed

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Gus Poyet's men look increasingly doomed after Wes Brown's own goal condemned them to another home defeat and helped the Toffees overtake Arsenal in fourth

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After the Baggies raced into an early lead, Emmanuel Adebayor's penalty miss looked to have cost them badly but Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen at the death rescued a point

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The Colombian swept in Lewis Holtby's free-kick after Steve Sidwell's flick-on to give Felix Magath's men back-to-back victories and momentum in the relegation battle

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The Manchester City skipper landed awkwardly following a collision with Micah Richards and could now miss the crunch Premier League clash at Anfield on Sunday

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With Tuesday marking 25 years since 96 Liverpool fans were killed at Sheffield Wednesday, fixtures across all divisions and the FA Cup kicked off later, among other tributes

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The former Paris Saint-Germain star made his first start since December in a 2-1 win over West Ham after a hamstring injury, which satisfied the "competitor" in him

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The Latics boss says that Roberto Martinez - a former boss of the Championship team - was impressive in marshalling the Toffees to a 3-0 Premier League win over the Gunners

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The Reds midfielder is keen to take things "one game at a time" but acknowledges that Sunday's encounter will be a crucial one in determining who wins the championship

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Both players are still struggling with injuries, so their coach does not expect to be able to call upon either of them again before the close of the 2013-14 campaign

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The Spaniard believes that the Chelsea-owned striker is not motivated by money and feels that his club have offered the Belgian sensation an "incredible opportunity"

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The Germany international is looking forward to playing at Wembley for the first time and expects the Gunners to triumph over Manchester City's conquerors

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As two attacking sides meet in a crucial top-of-the-table showdown on Merseyside, Al Hain-Cole examines the star men hoping to fire their teams to the title