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A look ahead to this week’s Premier League fixture at the Emirates Stadium

Dennis Bergkamp during his time with Arsenal

Arsenal to honour Dennis Bergkamp with statue

Dutch legend to join statues of Herbert Chapman, Tony Adams and Thierry Henry outside Emirates Stadium

Jack Wilshere (left) and Oscar tussle for the ball at Wembley last night

Jack Wilshere 'can become one of the best players in the world', says Arsene Wenger

Arsenal midfielder was impressive against Brazil

Walcott's strike saved Arsenal's blushes

Arsenal must start strongly says Lukas Podolski

Gunners came from two goals down to draw with Liverpool

Thomas Vermaelen

Thomas Vermaelen believes Arsenal can achieve FA Cup 'destiny'

Gunners play Swansea tomorrow

Edwin van der Sar back at Ajax as marketing director

Van der Sar retired in 2011 after a glittering career

Jack Wilshere looks set to make his competitive return

Premier League: Arsenal v Queens Park Rangers match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at The Emirates

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger defends 'absurd' decision to fly from London to Norwich

Arsene Wenger has defended the decision of Arsenal to fly to Norwich for last weekend's defeat at Carrow Road.

AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley

Entwined in the history of AFC Wimbledon, Neal Ardley is hoping for rosier times following his romantic appointment

The club insists the appointment is pragmatic, not romantic, so does the manager they appointed, but there is no denying that short of handing the task of Football League survival to Dave Beasant or Dickie Guy, AFC Wimbledon could not have made a more romantic appointment than Neal Ardley.

Moving on: Ben Smith is embarking on a new career as a teacher

The Last Word: How to stay off football's scrap heap

Every year players are forced into a game of chicken to grab another season's security

Robin van Persie has one-year remaining on his contract

Arsenal striker Robin van Persie wins PFA fans' player of the year

Arsenal striker Robin van Persie has been voted the Professional Football Association's fans' player of the year for 2011-12.

Brendan Rodgers wants Kenny Dalglish still to have a role at Anfield

Swansea hopeful of appointing Brendan Rodgers successor by Friday

Swansea hope to appoint Brendan Rodgers' successor by the end of the week, Press Association Sport understands.

Blackpool deny receiving approach from Swansea for manager Ian Holloway

Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston says the club have not received an approach from Swansea to speak to Ian Holloway over their managerial vacancy.

Frank de Boer had been linked with the vacancy

Ajax coach Frank de Boer vows to 'stay loyal' following approach from Liverpool

Ajax coach Frank de Boer has rejected an approach to discuss the vacant manager's job at Liverpool.

Robin van Persie has enjoyed his most impressive Arsenal season so far

Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie doubles up as Player of the Year by winning writers' award

Arsenal captain thanks Wenger after scoring 34 goals from new central striking role this season

Robin van Persie celebrates after scoring a stunner against Everton in December

Arsenal striker Robin van Persie wins Football Writers' Award

Arsenal striker Robin van Persie has been named Footballer of the Year by the Football Writers' Association.

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