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Arsenal fury at Eduardo suspension

Club attack 'arbitrary' Uefa decision after striker is given two-match ban for diving

Eduardo banned for two matches

Arsenal striker Eduardo has been banned for two matches by UEFA for diving to win a penalty against Celtic in a Champions League qualifier last week.

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Wenger was not saying anything that came with a molecule of moral value

Arsenal to fight back in row over Eduardo

Club prepares dossier to challenge controversial Uefa ruling over 'diving' incident

Sam Wallace: Wenger's right – punish players after the event and the whole game takes a dive

Picking out Eduardo now would, to borrow a Wengerism, open a 'dangerous door'

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Panic and injustice leave Arsene ready to kick cat

Even growing up in the Alsatian village of Duttlenheim, Arsène Wenger had probably never kicked anything as cleanly as the water bottle by the away dug-out. With one swing of his long leg, the Arsenal manager summed up all the frustrations of this week that has all but overwhelmed his club.

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Manchester United 2 Arsenal 1: Ferguson's tinkering fails to get best out of team who need penalty and own goal to turn tables on Arsenal

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Wenger hits back at Uefa as Arsenal striker faces two-match ban for diving

James Lawton: Only when Bloodgate's shamed have all been punished can rugby move on

At least Tom Williams, the Harlequins wing who lost the last of his martyr's clothes this week when the latest "Bloodgate" evidence welled so disagreeably to the surface, knew precisely the price of his integrity.

Wenger fumes over Eduardo 'witch-hunt'

Arsene Wenger today branded Uefa's decision to charge Eduardo with diving a "complete disgrace" and accused them of staging a "witch-hunt" against the Arsenal striker.

Eduardo charged by Uefa for diving

Uefa today charged Arsenal striker Eduardo with diving to win a penalty against Celtic and he could now face missing the Gunners' first two Champions League group games.

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