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Hull handed United semi-final

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The FA Cup semi-finals will see Sky Bet League One side Sheffield United play Hull City, while holders Wigan Athletic will take on Arsenal after their shock victory at Manchester City. [Read More]
 

Hull handed United semi-final

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The FA Cup semi-finals will see Sky Bet League One side Sheffield United play Hull City, while Arsenal will take on either Manchester City or Wigan. [Read More]
 

FA Cup semi-final draw

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The FA Cup semi-finals will see League One side Sheffield United play Hull while Arsenal will play either Manchester City or Wigan. [Read More]
 

Wenger: Win can inspire us

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes his players can take inspiration from their 4-1 FA Cup win over Everton into next week's UEFA Champions League clash with Bayern Munich. [Read More]
 

Wenger backs Jack for Brazil

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger tipped Jack Wilshere to return better than ever from his ankle injury and to star in the World Cup for England. [Read More]
 

Wenger: Wilshere feeling down

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed Jack Wilshere is feeling down and will take some time away from football in the wake of the foot injury he suffered on England duty on Wednesday. [Read More]
 

Agger defends Wilshere tackle

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Daniel Agger has defended his tackle on Jack Wilshere which left the Arsenal and England man with a broken foot. [Read More]
 

Agger defends Wilshere tackle

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Daniel Agger has defended his tackle on Jack Wilshere which left the Arsenal and England man with a broken foot. [Read More]
 

Hodgson 'sad' for Wilshere

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Roy Hodgson has offered his sympathy to Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere after he was ruled out for six weeks with a hairline fracture to his left foot. [Read More]
 

Wilshere out for six weeks

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Arsenal's Premier League hopes have taken a massive blow with the news England midfielder Jack Wilshere faces six weeks out after suffering a hairline fracture to his left foot. [Read More]
 
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