Jack Pitt-Brooke

Jack Pitt-Brooke is a sports writer for The Independent.

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Aaron Ramsey has been used on the right by Arsenal this campaign

West Brom vs Arsenal: Aaron Ramsey desperate to be back in the middle for Arsenal title challenge

The Gunners midfielder tells Jack Pitt-Brooke that despite being played out of position he feels good times are ahead

The Sunderland fans erupt as the final whistle is blown

Arsenal vs Sunderland match report: Dick Advocaat makes his point as Black Cats guarantee safety

Arsenal 0 Sunderland 0: Dour draw ensures visitors will be in the Premier League next season, but will their manager?

Arsène Wenger: 'It will not affect us at all because we always spend the money we have'

Spendthrift clubs will win if FFP rules are relaxed, claims Arsene Wenger

'It will not affect us at all because we always spend the money we have,' says Arsenal manager

QPR manager Chris Ramsey

Chris Ramsey appointed by QPR: Coach given three-year deal despite relegation from Premier League

Ramsey was unable to stop QPR from returning to the Championship

Arsene Wenger and Michel Platini

Arsene Wenger unhappy with Uefa's planned step-down over FFP and believes it's a victory for 'clubs who never respected' the regulations

Wenger says Arsenal's way of spending will not change because they 'always spend the money we have'

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain injured his groin against Manchester United
Mark Warburton

Middlesbrough vs Brentford: Mark Warburton wants Wembley for his Bees exit

Manager set to leave Griffin Park at the end of the season

An overjoyed Dick Advocaat celebrates at the final whistle

Dick Advocaat future at Sunderland: Black Cats want manager to remain after escaping relegation

The experienced manager ensured survival with a draw at Arsenal on Wednesday

'I want to be the next Cristiano Ronaldo,' £25m signing Memphis Depay tells Manchester United

Depay believes he can be 'one of the best players in the world'

Arsenal vs Swansea: Swans 'did not play' grumbles Wenger after late goal steals game

Wenger was clearly not impressed with Swansea's approach to the game, which meant defending deep, with Gylfi Sigurdsson the lone striker before Gomis' introduction

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