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Arsenal sit top of both the Premier League and their Champions League group although Arteta admits that they still have someway to go to replicate Arsene Wenger's unbeaten side of 2003-04

Henry, Arsenal’s all-time leading goal-scorer, returned during the Major League Soccer break last January

'No developments' in another return for Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, says Arsène Wenger

Wenger admitted he was considering a second loan move for the 35-year-old Frenchman

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Banned Jack Wilshere misses visit of Fulham

Arsenal will be without suspended midfielder Jack Wilshere for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash against Fulham at Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna may return to bolster Arsenal defence for visit of QPR

Full-back Bacary Sagna could return to the Arsenal squad for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash against QPR after recovering from a broken leg.

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Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey 'feeling good and confident again'

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey feels he is getting back to his old self after a testing spell both on and off the field for the Wales captain.

Jack Wilshere will miss the start of the season, says Arsene Wenger

Jack Wilshere will not return from injury until at least October, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed.

Vieira will need all his powers of persuasion for City to secure Ntcham

Manchester City set Patrick Vieira in pursuit of French midfield prodigy Jules Ntcham

Le Havre's midfielder Jules Ntcham is just 16 but is already exciting huge interest in Europe

Liverpool due win at Arsenal says Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool may never have a better time to end their miserable away run against Arsenal but manager Kenny Dalglish insists his team will not under-estimate Arsene Wenger's side.

Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby ruled out for 10 weeks

Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby has undergone an ankle operation and will be out of action for up to 10 weeks, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger announced today.

Wenger: Captaining trophy-less Arsenal weighs on Fabregas

Pressure is too much for Spanish 23-year-old claims manager and frustration has taken its toll this season

Wilshere at risk of exhaustion in U21 role, warns Wenger

Arsene Wenger has warned about the dangers of burn-out should Jack Wilshere play in this summer's European Under-21 Championship. Arsenal's 19-year-old midfielder wants to represent England in June, but his manager predicted that, after a busy season, he "will hit the wall at some stage", and that having played for the senior side, he does not need to return to the Under-21s.

Van Persie and Fabregas boost Arsenal with Rovers return

Arsenal are optimistic that striker Robin van Persie, captain Cesc Fabregas and winger Theo Walcott could all be fit to face Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, a game the club must win if they are to sustain the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester United.

Wenger: Arsenal lack true leader

But Frenchman insists that absence of an Adams or Vieira is not a factor in club's six-year trophy drought

Arsenal lack 'winning mentality' says Emmanuel Petit

Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit feels his old club are paying the price for not playing to their strengths and not having enough proven winners.

Arsenal must now beat Manchester United says Martin Keown

Martin Keown believes Arsenal need to defeat Manchester United in the FA Cup on Saturday to silence restless fans.

Bendtner scores hat-trick in Arsenal thrashing

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