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The defender scored the opener in the draw with the Gunners

Tony Pulis highlights Arsenal disciplinary record

Stoke manager Tony Pulis has fanned the flames ahead of his Stoke side's trip to Arsenal tomorrow by pointing out that the Gunners have a worse disciplinary record than the Potters.

Wenger says Arsenal won't target Shawcross

Arsene Wenger said yesterday that only Aaron Ramsey could forgive Ryan Shawcross for the tackle that broke two bones in the Arsenal midfielder's right leg in February – but that the Stoke City defender will not need a bodyguard tomorrow when he plays at the Emirates for the first time since the incident.

Arsene Wenger wants Arsenal fans to respect Ryan Shawcross

Arsene Wenger insists Ryan Shawcross will not need any extra protection at Emirates Stadium on Saturday - and called for all Arsenal fans to respect the Stoke defender.

Forest want to extend Ramsey loan

Nottingham Forest will look to extend Aaron Ramsey's loan spell further into the new year.

Aaron Ramsey joins Nottingham Forest on loan

Aaron Ramsey will complete his long-awaited comeback from a broken leg with a loan spell at Nottingham Forest, Arsenal announced tonight.

Arsene Wenger won't rush Aaron Ramsey return

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has warned Aaron Ramsey remains over a month away from making his return to the Gunners' first team.

Not-so-mighty Flynn's tall order to save Wales

The smile as wide as the Severn Bridge, along with the enthusiastic pre-match mantra which had encapsulated Brian Flynn's breezy arrival as interim Wales manager, was missing.

Shawcross hits back at Wenger

Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross has accused Arsene Wenger of having a personal vendetta against him after yet more criticism from the Arsenal manager this season.

Injured Ramsey signs new deal

The midfielder Aaron Ramsey has signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal, providing a welcome boost to the Welsh international as he recovers from a broken right leg.

Pulis believes tight-knit Stoke can brush off incidents of unrest to reach next level

The Stoke City manager, Tony Pulis, insists their efforts to become an established club in the Premier League will remain on course irrespective of negative headlines and bad publicity.

Wenger prepares to make two early signings

Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, intends to have his summer transfer business concluded sooner rather than later and has warned it would be "dangerous" to buy a player just because they are a hit at the World Cup.

Giggs considers international comeback

Ryan Giggs has told Wales boss John Toshack he would consider coming out of international retirement to cover for the injured Aaron Ramsey.

Arsenal need more players says Arshavin

Andrey Arshavin believes Arsenal's lack of strength in depth will hamper their Barclays Premier League title challenge.

Wenger wants Arsenal to win title for Ramsey

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has challenged his players to win the title for Aaron Ramsey.

Toshack 'no comment' on Bellamy future

The thorny subject of Craig Bellamy's international career overshadowed Wales' latest efforts after they were beaten 1-0 by Sweden last night.

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