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Arsenal win the FA Cup' The 61-year-old prisoner flew into a rage after Arsenal beat Hull at Wembley He admitted covering himself in butter before going on rampage at prison Bronson was left with broken ribs after incident at Full Sutton Prison in
Shelley Kerr to leave as manager after FA Cup final Shelley Kerr has quit as Arsenal manager with the Gunners bottom of the Women's Super League. The former Scotland captain remains in charge for next week's FA Cup final against Everton though.
Sky football presenter forced to apologise after Terry Venables' homophobic joke about picture of him holding hands with Brian Clough Venables was being interviewed on Sky show Goals on Sunday He told an anecdote about how the late Brian Clough held
Arsenal's Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey celebrates scoring his team's third and winning goal during the English FA Cup final match between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembly Stadium in London on May 17, 2014. AFP In Summary Coleman has decided to rest
Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick is confident manager Arsene Wenger can soon deliver more trophies to the Emirates Stadium following their FA Cup triumph. The formal announcement of Wenger's contract expected imminently, with the 64-year-old soon
Olivia Colman won the prize for leading actress at the annual Bafta Television Awards on Sunday. Photograph: Ian West/PA The event drew an average of 5.1 million viewers and a 23.5% audience share between 8pm and 10.30pm. ITV's Vera bested the Baftas
As the dust settles from Arsenal's FA Cup victory, one man has reason to feel even more delighted than all the others. Aaron Ramsey has had quite a season, his sparkling early season form propelled Arsenal to the top of the league, before the injury
Just a day after taking to the streets of Islington to celebrate Arsenal's FA Cup final victory , Bacary Sagna is expected to arrive at Manchester City to push forward formal talks with the Premier League champions over a free transfer to the Etihad.
Hull City's manager, Steve Bruce, right, consoles centre-back Curtis Davies after their defeat against Arsenal. The Fa/The FA via Getty Images When the prospect of European football was thrown at Steve Bruce, the Hull City manager looked as if he
After nine years spent desperately waiting for a title, they finally got the chance to celebrate the end of the drought as the Gunners paraded the FA Cup on an open-top bus following their comeback victory at Wembley. The team set off from the