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Visiting supporters have avoided paying the highest band of prices at the Emirates

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere takes in the defeat to Blackburn

Arsene Wenger's last shot at big game with Arsenal

Arsenal Cup shock leaves manager and players needing to hold nerve in face of Bayern test

Rover and out: Gervinho shows his frustration after missing a glorious chance for Arsenal during their surprise 1-0 FA Cup fifth-round defeat against Blackburn Rovers at Emirates Stadium yesterday

Arsène Wenger's new low as Blackburn knock Arsenal out of FA Cup

Shock result means Gunners must beat Bayern to avoid ninth barren season

Culture clash: Former mentors and managers say Luis Suarez is amazed by the attention paid to his antics

Luis Suarez intends to remain at Liverpool for 'a very long time'

Striker has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich in the summer

Olivier Giroud continued his fine goal scoring form with a headed effort

Arsene Wenger calls on Arsenal fans to believe in current squad

Arsenal fought back from 2-0 down to draw with Liverpool

A view outside Arsenal's Emirates Stadium

Arsene Wenger defends ticket prices at Arsenal

Manchester City failed to sell allocation for this weekend's game

Arshavin continues to be linked with a move away

Arsene Wenger says more Arsenal departures are possible

Both Johan Djourou and Marouane Chamakh have left on loan

A view of Arsenal's Emirates Stadium

Manchester City fail to sell a third of tickets for Arsenal trip

Tickets priced at £62 have been returned for this weekend's match

Jonathan de Guzman

Jonathan de Guzman eager for FA Cup debut against Arsenal

Swansea midfielder on loan from Villarreal

Arsenal's Theo Walcott against his former club Southampton

Wojciech Szczesny backs Arsenal to remain positive despite poor display

The Gunners could only draw against Southampton yesterday

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'We are looking everywhere': Arsene Wenger says Arsenal are on the hunt for signings

Manager expects the Gunners to be active during the January transfer window although loan move for Thierry Henry is ruled out

Alan Pardew is in no mood for celebration given his side’s form

Alan Pardew lifted by return of injured Newcastle players

Magpies are in the midst of an awful run

Theo Walcott scores the first of his three goals

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain backs Theo Walcott to lead the line for Arsenal

Contract rebel has got his wish of playing in a central striking role

Newcastle United have agreed a deal to sign France international defender Mathieu Debuchy from Lille

Newcastle set up Mathieu Debuchy deal after long wait

French defender set to join Magpies during January transfer window

Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla

Santi Cazorla says Jack Wilshere has 'amazing potential'

Spaniard impressed with Arsenal team-mate

RMT general secretary Bob Crow

Pre-Christmas rail strikes called off but Boxing Day Tube strike will go ahead

Pre-Christmas strikes that threatened to cause chaos for hundreds of thousands of rail passengers have been called off.

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