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Wilshere to miss out for England

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Jack Wilshere will not be selected in the England squad to play Germany and Brazil later this month, according to Sky sources. [Read More]
 

Wenger backs Wilshere for England

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Arsene Wenger believes Jack Wilshere should be included in Gareth Southgate's upcoming England squad after returning to full fitness with the Gunners. [Read More]
 

Arsenal to redevelop Emirates

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Arsenal will begin redevelopment work in the summer to restore the capacity of the Emirates Stadium to its original 60,600 figure. [Read More]
 

Wenger backs Debuchy at centre-back

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Arsene Wenger has backed Mathieu Debuchy to feature more often for Arsenal as part of a back three as they prepare to face Manchester City on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Premier League. [Read More]
 

Cologne to pay Arsenal damages

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Cologne have been ordered to pay a settlement to Arsenal over damage caused by their supporters during the Europa League tie at the Emirates Stadium on September 14, UEFA has announced. [Read More]
 

Wenger: Modern football echoes Brexit

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Arsene Wenger has compared modern football's need for instant success to Britain's vote for Brexit last year. [Read More]
 

Ozil: I give everything for Arsenal

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Mesut Ozil says he is focused on giving his all for Arsenal amid the constant speculation linking the midfielder with a move away from the Emirates. [Read More]
 

'Arsenal putting success before money'

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Arsenal's decision not to sell Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez in the summer proves they are putting on-field success above financial gain, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis. [Read More]
 

'Embarrassing day for Arsenal'

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The Arsenal AGM which ended with Sir Chips Keswick and Josh Kroenke re-elected to the board was an "embarrassment" for the club, according to John Cross on The Debate. [Read More]
 

Man Utd draw Bristol City in EFL Cup

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Carabao Cup holders Manchester United will face Bristol City in the quarter-finals of the competition, while Arsenal take on West Ham. [Read More]
 
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