Lukasz Fabianski and Wojciech Szczesny share a joke during Arsenal training

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Lukasz Fabianski has been Wenger's preferred cup goalkeeper and while Szczesny wants to play in the Wembley showcase, he concedes that the team's requirements come before his own

Hull City fans will be able to travel home from the FA Cup final after extra trains were announced for the trip to Wembley

FA Cup final: Hull City fans will be able to travel home as extra trains put on for Wembley final with Arsenal

The final train was due to depart London at 8pm which would've proven difficult for Tigers fans to catch but trains will now run until 9.35pm

Wenger was sent to the stands at Old Trafford on the advice of Probert

FA Cup final: Arsenal chief Ivan Gazidis labels Wembley ticket policy 'not right' after Gunners and Hull City are allocated 25,000 each

The remaining 37,000 go to Club Wembley members and the 'football family'

Steve Bruce has attempted to lift the pressure on his Hull side ahead of their FA Cup final against Arsenal

Hull City 5 Sheffield United 3: Steve Bruce puts pressure on Arsenal as Tigers book first ever FA Cup final appearance

Hull will return to Wembley for their first FA Cup final but Bruce says the pressure is on their opponents to end their trophy drought

Arsene Wenger hopes Arsenal have reached turning-point after FA Cup semi-final victory

Arsenal came from behind to defeat holders Wigan and book their place in the FA Cup final against Hull

Arsene Wenger makes a gesture from the touchline at Wembley on Saturday

Lukas Podolski hits out at Arsene Wenger substitutions following FA Cup semi-final victory over Wigan

The German was taken off for Olivier Giroud late in the game at Wembley

Hull's David Meyler (left) celebrates scoring their fifth goal with Ahmed Elmohamady

Hull City 5 Sheffield United 3 match report: Tom Huddlestone keeps FA Cup dream alive for Hull

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Thomas Vermaelen (third from right) celebrates with penalty-saving goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski after Arsenal defeat Wigan in the FA Cup semi-final

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Gunners captain praised his team after thrilling victory at Wembley

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Defeat to Championship side Wigan and another season without a trophy could have seen the Frenchman’s exit. Instead an FA Cup final beckons

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says Arsenal need the experience of winning trophies

Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: ‘Lifting the FA Cup would teach us how to win trophies’

Oxlade-Chamberlain believes beating Wigan would help Arsenal gain the mental strength to pick up honours again

Nigel Clough has turned Sheffield United around since taking over in October

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The past will never let go of Nigel Clough. His name sees to that. The past does not care much for Sheffield United’s visits to Wembley either. Between them the Cloughs and the Blades cannot find much comfort in history for the stiff task that lies ahead against Hull City.

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