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Fabianski unconcerned by criticism

Under-fire goalkeeper Lukas Fabianski has vowed to end a troubled season a high and prove he is good enough to play for Arsenal.

Arsenal must 'work hard' says Campbell

Sol Campbell has called on Arsenal's talented youngsters to work harder and be more professional if they are to blossom into a side that can win trophies year after year.

Arsenal's injury worries continue

Arsene Wenger sees little prospect of Arsenal's injury problems abating for Saturday's clash with Manchester City.

Fabregas injury 'not my fault'

Wenger defends decision to play key midfielder who broke leg after claiming he was fit

Arsene Wenger battles against injury problems

Arsene Wenger must aim to get Arsenal's Barclays Premier League title bid back on track against Wolves tomorrow with his plans for domestic and European success shattered by the loss of captain Cesc Fabregas for the rest of the campaign because of a broken leg as the battle-weary Gunners were suddenly plunged deep into an injury crisis.

Fabregas facing anxious wait

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas hopes his worst fears will not be confirmed later today as Arsenal assess the extent of his latest injury - which could end both the Spaniard's season and World Cup hopes.

Fabregas only '40 per cent' chance of playing, says Wenger

Arsenal manager to give his captain late fitness test for Champions League quarter-final tie against Barcelona

Thrillers from history teach us to always expect the unexpected

The focus is on Wayne Rooney, Didier Drogba and Cesc Fabregas, but the key man in the title race may prove to be one of the supporting cast. That was the case the last time the Premier League title was this closely contested with seven games to go.

Arsenal need more players says Arshavin

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

Spurs' relief over Huddlestone

Scan reveals midfielder's ankle injury is not as serious as had been feared

Andrey Arshavin involved in car accident

Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin was unhurt after being involved in a traffic accident on Monday.

Bendtner personifies Gunners' title desire

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Arsenal face major injury problems ahead of Porto clash

Arsenal are without five first-team regulars for the Champions League trip to Porto.

FA to review Warnock's outburst at linesman over corner controversy

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock and his scathing FA Cup post-match comments about the assistant referee, Trevor Massey, will be reviewed by the Football Association today.

James Lawton: Arrogant Wenger has lost the plot in his quest for perfect football

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