Sport Bernard of Atletico Mineiro

The 20-year-old has played his last game for Atletico Minieiro - if the Gunners can stump up the cash

James Lawton: Wenger should stand up for his sport, not for diving Eduardo

If only Arsène Wenger, English football's principal patron of the beautiful game, could have dragged himself a little further over the line of denial he has always drawn against outrages committed by his own players.

Uefa review Eduardo incident

Arsenal striker Eduardo could face a two-match Champions League ban after UEFA announced they are reviewing the incident where he won a penalty against Celtic last night.

Warnock calls for video evidence to stop diving

Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock believes the use of video evidence, coupled with strong punishments for offenders, will put a stop to diving in football.

Wenger relishing Manchester United test

Arsene Wenger feels his young Arsenal side will head to Manchester United on Saturday full of confidence after sweeping past Celtic and into today's draw for the group stage of the Champions League.

Calls mount for Eduardo sanction

Scottish Football Association chief executive Gordon Smith today urged Uefa to punish Arsenal striker Eduardo for diving in the Champions League play-off round second leg against Celtic.

Brazilian's dive clouds home stroll

Arsenal 3 Celtic 1 (Arsenal win 5-1 on aggregate)

Celtic call for Eduardo to be handed European ban

Striker lambasted for his shocking dive as Arsenal seal Champions League place

Arsenal stroll into group stages

Arsenal 3 Celtic 1 (Arsenal win 5-1 on aggregate)

Eduardo set for 'massive season' says Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes this will be a "massive season" for Croatia striker Eduardo.

Diaby double inspires 'lucky' Gunners in rout

Arsenal 4 Portsmouth 1

Wenger 'cautious' over Walcott

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is cautious over committing Theo Walcott to a return from injury against Manchester United next week.

Fabregas leads a masterclass in art of football

Everton 1 Arsenal 6: City target Joleon Lescott fails to marshal his defence as Everton are twisted and turned by Arsène Wenger's team

Eduardo on the mark as Croatia warm up for Wembley

Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva scored as Croatia, England's Group Six opponents at Wembley on 9 September, won 3-1 away against Belarus last night to strengthen their position in pursuit of a play-off slot.

We must get dirty to win things, says Theo

Theo Walcott believes Arsenal must be more "dirty" if they want to challenge for major honours this season.

Viera no closer to Arsenal switch

Arsene Wenger admits the club are no closer to bringing former captain Patrick Vieira back to Arsenal.

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