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As they left the Allianz Arena on Tuesday night, the mood among those Arsenal players who lingered to talk was that, when it came, the endgame to their Champions League elimination at the hands of Bayern Munich was not as brutal as it might have been.
Bayern Munich have been almost untouchable in the Bundesliga but their edgy performance against Arsenal suggested that the lack of competition at domestic level could hinder their European ambitions. Bayern again found the Champions League a
In Summary He quickly switches to his favourite sports channel...Arsenal was one goal up when George left the pub 15 minutes ago. The television has become a source of conflict and unnecessary tension in families...It is a quiet evening in the living
Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski has rubbished suggestions he could be used as a makeweight in an attempted deal to land January target Julian Draxler, but admitted that his countryman is good enough to attract the attentions of leading clubs such as
Holders Wigan will take on Arsenal in the first of the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday April 12, the Football Association has announced. Uwe Rosler's Latics beat Manchester City in last year's final before overcoming the odds to once again beat City
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has elaborated on the accusations that he had an affair with model Celia Kay, in which he thanked manager Arsene Wenger and admitted he needs to focus on the pitch and take care of his family. Revelations appeared in
Arsenal will meet Wigan in the FA Cup semi-finals after a 4-1 win over Everton, while Sheffield United's win over Charlton set up a last four contest with Hull City, who will play at Wembley for the first time since 1930 after they disposed of
An early opening goal from Mesut Ozil, the German's first since December, set Arsene Wenger's side on their way only for Everton to hit back through Romelu Lukaku before the break, reports thefa.com. But a twice-taken penalty from Mikel Arteta
United fans were given something to cheer about after David Moyes' men strolled to an easy 3-0 victory against West Brom. Giroud came off the bench to score twice as Arsenal beat Everton 4-1 to book their place in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley.
Arsenal will have to face their hardest spell of the season without one of their most important players, but Arsene Wenger was in surprisingly relaxed mood about Jack Wilshere's injury lay-off. The midfielder, of course, broke his foot playing for