There is just one day left until the transfer window closes and Arsenal have been linked with a
whole host of players in different positions. Some supporters believe that Arsene Wenger needs to
strengthen upfront, while others have suggested that the defensive areas need more depth.
Arsenal's Emirates Stadium will turn red this Sunday as Arsenal play host to Manchester United, in
a game which sees both clubs show their support for the RED â€˜Lace Up. Save Lives' partnership
that raises funds to help fight HIV/AIDS in Africa. Every supporter who attends Sunday's game will
be given a flag to hold up [.
African duo Emmanuel Eboue and Alex Song will be in the Arsenal squad to face Manchester United
this Sunday. Both players returned from African Cup of Nations duty in midweek, with defensive
midfielder Song expected to start in the weekend's vital title clash. Meanwhile, Belgian defender
Thomas Vermaelen's foot injury isn't as bad as first feared.
Arsenal's injury crisis looks like it's starting to fade with the news that Nicklas Bendtner and
Samir Nasri will return to the squad to face Aston Villa tonight. Danish striker Bendtner returns
after three months out with groin trouble, while Samir Nasri has shaken off his hamstring injury
earlier than expected.
Arsenal's quest to win the Premier League title this season could be hampered by a defensive
nightmare, according to Arsene Wenger. The French manager claims centre back William Gallas has
been close to being injured on a large number of occasions so far this season and this is why he
was left out of Arsenal's [.
OGC Nice's club President has admittedÂ that it will be difficult to keep LoÃ¯c Remy at the French
side, after their supporters horrific treatment of the player last week. The 23-year-old was spat
at and verbally abused by fans as he left Stade du Ray following Wednesday's 1-0 defeat to Auxerre.
Sol Campbell makes his second debut as an Arsenal player against Stoke today. The English defender
is accompanied in defence byÂ versatile FrenchmanÂ Francis Coquelin as well as his fellow
countryman Mikael Silvestre and Armand Traore. Forest Gate-born youngster Jay Emmanuel-Thomas also
starts, as we exclusively told you yesterday.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has been rewarded for his continued progress in the Arsenal Reserve teamÂ after
beingÂ handed a place in today's starting XI against Stoke. The 18-year-old midfielder, who was
captain of last season's FA Youth Cup and Academy League Cup 'double' winning team, recently signed
a new long-term contract at the club which led many to suggest [.
A team full of largely fringe players looks set to be fielded in tomorrow's FA Cup fourth round tie
with Stoke City. Arsenal boss ArsÃ¨ne Wenger has revealed that he wants to rest several key
players, which will mean the likes of Craig Eastmond, Jack Wilshere and Armand Traore will have a
chance to impress.
Loic Remy's agent has revealed that the French frontman will leave Lille in the next 48 hours â€”
and he didn't rule out Arsenal as a possible destination. The 23-year-old, like many prospects in
his homeland, has been earmarked as 'the new Thierry Henry' and admittedly does have similar
qualities to the former Gunner including blistering [.
Arsenal have lost three and gained two from last Sunday's clash at Bolton. Midfielders Aaron Ramsey
and Samir Nasri have been ruled out for three weeks, while Fran Merida sustained an ankle injury
after coming on as a substitute. However, Arsene Wenger is boosted by the return of Theo Walcott
and Denilson, who have been out with [.
Arsenal midfielders Samir Nasri and Aaron Ramsey have been ruled out of action for at least three
weeks, boss ArsÃ¨ne Wenger confirmed. France star Nasri sustained a thigh injury in yesterday's
pre-Bolton training session while Ramsey has an identical injury to the 22-year-old. Full Article
Just days after signing a new contract, Arsenal midfielder Craig Eastmond has been handed a start
against Bolton today. The 19-year-old replaces the injured Denilson who had been covering for Alex
Song in the defensive midfield position. Gael Clichy makes his return, but only to the bench.
Cesc Fabregas and Gael Clichy have been included in the Arsenal squad set to face Bolton tomorrow.
Both players are fit-again and likely to start after recovering from hamstring and back injuries
respectively. The problem position for Arsenal seems to be in defensive midfield, with Denilson
still injured and Alex Song at the African Nations Cup, Abou [.
Alex Song is currently Arsenal's midfield lynch-pin and 'wall' between defence and midfield.
Unfortunately for him, we've found a video clip which he would have hoped to forget! The
22-year-old is seen below being nutmegged by Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp in a Champions League
pre-match warm-up between Arsenal and Villarreal at Highbury.
ArsÃ¨ne Wenger's troops are set to face Bolton Wanderers twice in 4 days after the Premier League
confirmed the rearranged fixture. The game was actually meant to be played last week, but due to
the severe snow in North London it was deemed unplayable by Arsenal. Bolton's new boss Owen Coyle
had a good record against ArsenalÂ during [.
Â Sol Campbell is on the verge of re-signing with Arsenal after the club's official website
accidently revealed the deal earlier this afternoon. Full Story Developing. Updates Set To Continue
Throughout This Evening.
Arsenal will gain some much-needed firepower for Sunday's clash with Bolton after Cesc Fabregas and
Theo Walcott returned to training earlier this morning. The Gunners duo have both been out after
sustaining rib and hamstring injuries respectively. Arsene Wenger has already confirmed that
Fabregas should return at the Reebok, although he's yet to speak on Walcott's chances [.
Tomas Rosicky's late deflected equaliser gave Arsenal a point in a thrilling match at a snowy
Emirates Stadium. Everton opened the scoring when Leon Osman nodded in Landon Donovan's corner.
Shortly after,Â a deflected Denilson strike beat Tim Howard to set up an fascinating second half.
Steven Pienaar looked to have grabbed all three points for David Moyes' [.
The Super Bowl XLIV may be a few weeks away, but that hasn't stopped people from going nuts when it
comes to precognitive Super Bowl betting action. One team that is getting some major love is the
+800 Minnesota Vikings who have a first week bye, and perhaps one of the most balanced teams in [.
Czech midfield maestro Tomas Rosicky is expected to return for the home clash with Everton this
Saturday, after recovering from an repetitive groin injury. The 29-year-old wasn't involved in
Arsenal's FA Cup tie at West Ham last weekend due to a groin problem, but Arsene Wenger revealed
that he should be back for Saturday's game.
Legia Warsaw have dismissedÂ reports stating that their JÃ¡n Mucha has flown over to London for a
trial with Arsenal. Slovakian TV station STV1 cooked up a rumour yesterday which revealedÂ that
Mucha was on the verge of a training stint at London Colney. However, the Polish side's sporting
director sporting director Miroslaw Trzeciak has rubbished those reports.
Highly-rated Legia Warsaw goalkeeper JÃ¡n Mucha flew to London earlier today after being invited
for a trial by Arsenal. The 27-year-old, who was previously Lukasz Fabianski's understudy at Legia,
is said to be hot property in his homeland due to a terrific bunch of performances in Slovakia's
FIFA World Cup Qualification group.
Tomorrow's game in hand against Bolton may not even go ahead, but we're still here to give you our
team predictions ahead of the vital league clash at Emirates Stadium. With heavy snowfall expected,
doubts over whether the match will be played have occurred although there is no confirmation at the
moment (we'll let you know [.
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Arsenal have been boosted by the news that Nicklas Bendtner will return to full training tomorrow,
and the player himself has already targeted the upcoming Bolton match as his comeback game. The
21-year-old has been kept out the Gunners squad for over two months after firstly sustaining a
groin injury, before later having to undergo a [.
Late goals from Aaron Ramsey and Eduardo gave Arsenal a place in the 4th round of the FA Cup.
Arsene Wenger's side were heading out at the first hurdle with 12 minutes to play at Upton Park as
they laboured to recover from Alessandro Diamanti's first half strike. But the Gunners finally
found enough rhythm in the [.
Arsenal's reward for getting past West Ham in the FA Cup is a toughÂ away tie to Stoke City. The
fourth round draw was made just minutes after Arsene Wenger's side scored two late goals against to
triumph over a spirited Hammers team. Tony Pulis' tricky Stoke team beat York City yesterday with
Rory Delap's long-throw providing the [.
Fran Merida, Jack Wilshere and Carlos Vela all start at Upton Park in this evening's FA Cup 3rd
round tie with West Ham. The fringe trio are accompanied by experienced players such as Alex Song
and Eduardo, while a strong defence which consists of Sagna, Gallas, Vermaelen and Silvestre also
Arsenal boss ArsÃ¨ne Wenger looks set to field a weakened team in tomorrow's FA Cup crunch clash
with West Ham, with players in key positions likely to be rested ahead of Wednesday's vital league
game against Bolton. The Frenchman has already revealed that the likes of Philippe Senderos and
Lukasz Fabianski will play, while Mikael Silvestre [.
I'm writing this article just having watched Arsenal beat a spirited Portsmouth side 4-1 to take us
within 4 points of Chelsea and further cement our place in this interesting title race. We played
very well against a team that are rock bottom of the league and are involved in a seemingly public