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Wenger has launched his latest defence of his methods at Arsenal and believes the squad is good enough to challenge for top honours in the next three years

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Thierry Henry: PSG play down talk of a move for Arsenal legend as Emmanuel Petit slams 'arrogant and hypocritical' French

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Phillip Hughes death: Australia captain Michael Clarke to be pallbearer at Hughes' funeral on Wednesday

Clarke delivered an emotional tribute on behalf of the Australian team on Sunday on what would have been Hughes' 26th birthday

File photo of former England footballer and ITV pundit Ian Wright, who is understood to have flown home from Brazil after his wife and children were burgled at knifepoint in London

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Gunners legend is two inches below minimum height allowed

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Thierry Henry: Arsene Wenger predicts club legend will return 'because he is an Arsenal man'

Wenger admitted that he sees Henry's future with the Gunners because 'he is an Arsenal man'

Arsenal injury news: Arsene Wenger confirms Wojciech Szczesny ruled out but hopes to have Nacho Monreal and Kieran Gibbs fit

Wenger revealed the latest Arsenal injury news that has crippled his team this season as well as acknowledge the rumours surrounding Thierry Henry's return

Thierry Henry applauds the New York Red Bulls crowd following the defeat to New England Revolution

Thierry Henry leaves New York Red Bulls: Striker confirms MLS exit, but refuses to be drawn on retirement talk or Arsenal return

Henry says he will 'take the next few weeks to reflect' but has previously confirmed his desire to return to Arsenal

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