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Anything and everything related to Arsenal Football Club. Read the latest news from Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal including transfer rumours and other stories.

Top 100 Youth footballers

The 100 best Youth Prospects

Here’s the top 100 youth prospects as voted on the R/Soccer website! Mario Götze /21/AM/Borussia Dortmund Raphaël Varane /20/CB/Real Madrid David Alaba /20/LB/FC Bayern Munich Stephan El Shaarawy /20/LW/AC Milan Romelu Lukaku /19/ST/Chelsea FC Isco /21/AMC/Málaga. Neymar /21/ST/Santos Jack Wilshere /21/CM/Arsenal Paul Pogba /20/MC/Juventus Thibaut Courtois /20/GK/Chelsea FC Oscar /21/AM/Chelsea FC Xherdan Shaqiri /21/RW/FC Bayern Munich Matija Nastasi? /20/CB/Manchester City …

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Van Persie wrong changing room

Van Persie almost walks into Arsenal dressing room

Here’s Van Persie proving old habits die young, almost entering the Arsenal dressing room. Who’d have thought he’d want to return to Arsenal eh? Manager Wenger later stated that he did in fact come into the changing room, after the game, to enjoy the food and chat to the players…

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arsenal vs bayern munich

Jack Wilshere almost in tears

its doubtful Jack Wilshere is the only Gunner feeling this way at the moment with an emotional response to the interviewers questions following Arsenal‘s hugely disappointing 3-1 loss at home to Bayern Munich last night in the Champions League. The German side dominated the game throughout, and if they hadn’t gifted Podolski with a goal things could have been a …

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arsenal's comedy defending

Arsenal’s comedy defending

Here’s a video doing the rounds on the global webosphere, featuring Arsenal‘s comedy defending during their 2-2 draw with Liverpool last night. Steve Bould can’t have had too many laughs watching this video, count the mistakes.

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Petition for cheaper football tickets

Petition to cap the price of away games in England – please sign

A petition has been started to cap the prices of away games in the Premier League to £30, please do your bit by signing. The petition cites that Arsenal are charging away fans for the Manchester City game £62 and Tottenham charging Arsenal fans £71 for a ticket. This is more than double what they might have to pay at …

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England’s new boys

Roy Hodgson’s squad announcement this morning didn’t throw up too many surprises but there were a few names who have been given the chance to prove themselves to the national boss. As many as six players could make their England debuts when the Three Lions take on Sweden in a friendly next week. Fraser Forster There is arguably no better …

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New kid on the block: 17-year-old German starlet Serge Gnabry could be set for his first Arsenal start

Capital One Cup Round 4 Preview

Tomorrow sees the return of the Capital One Cup with most of the big guns still battling to reach the Wembley final in the new year. Manchester City did surprisingly fall at home to Aston Villa but, for now, all the other top teams remain in the competition. Without doubt the tie of the round sees Man Utd return to …

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We did it! Arshavin nets late winner as Arsenal register their first ever win over Barcelona

Nine years of memories for Arsenal

One good thing about an unbeaten run coming to an end is that it presents the perfect opportunity to look back at all the happier times, something Arsenal fans will be keen to do after watching back-to-back woeful performances in defeat to Norwich and Schalke. Yesterday’s defeat represented the first home Champions League defeat against non-English opposition for the Gunners …

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The price of supporting a Premier League club

Som interesting research has been carried out recently upon the cost of supporting football clubs, including info like the cost of a season ticket, a matchday ticket, pie, match day programme and so on. Here’s a decent graphic showing the comparison between prices of Premier League games. Makes for quite interesting viewing – Fulham are quite high on the list …

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Down and out: Theo Walcott injured following a collision with the keeper

Should we have to play teams like San Marino?

With it being international week, it is only right that this week’s talking point takes on a more global flavour. On Friday night a bunch of young males took a day off work to take a day trip to London. Among this group was an accountant, teacher and olive oil factory worker, so how did they end up taking on …

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