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Title slipping away, admits Ox

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admits the Premier League title is slipping through Arsenal's fingers. [Read More]
 

Are Arsenal happy with fourth?

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Arsenal's owners will look at what happened when Sir Alex Ferguson left Manchester United and be content with finishing in the top four, says the Sunday Supplement panel. [Read More]
 

Draxler wants Ozil at PSG

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Julian Draxler wants to see Germany team-mate Mesut Ozil leave Arsenal and join him at Paris Saint-Germain. [Read More]
 

'Alonso goal 100 per cent foul'

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Arsene Wenger claimed Chelsea's opening goal in Saturday's Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge should have been disallowed, calling it a "100 per cent foul". [Read More]
 

Ox in 'sack Wenger' gaffe

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been left red-faced after he 'accidentally' showed support for calls to sack Arsene Wenger. [Read More]
 

'Big games will define us'

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Arsene Wenger says Arsenal's season will be defined by their performances in big matches, starting with their lunchtime showdown at Chelsea. [Read More]
 

Wenger: I tried to sign Kante

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Arsene Wenger has revealed his admiration for N'Golo Kante and admits he tried to sign the Frenchman twice. [Read More]
 

Pires: Arsenal's last chance

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Arsenal must beat Chelsea in Saturday's Sky Live clash if the Gunners, or any other club, are to remain in the Premier League title race, according to Robert Pires. [Read More]
 

Wenger eyes ‘Henry-like’ Mbappe

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Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal are following the progress of Monaco's Kylian Mbappe and says the striker "could be another Thierry Henry". [Read More]
 

Key battle: Costa v Sanchez

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Who will win the battle between the Premier League's joint top goalscorers Diego Costa and Alexis Sanchez? We check the stats... [Read More]
 
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