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

Ryan Giggs unsurprised by Wayne Rooney form

Ryan Giggs is not in the least bit surprised at Wayne Rooney's return to form.

Patrice Evra wary of 'wounded' Arsenal

Patrice Evra has warned Manchester United to beware the wounded animal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Eboué wants Arsenal to 'not be scared' in bid to derail United

Emmanuel Eboue has urged Arsenal's players to show no fear when they attempt to derail Manchester United's march towards the Premier League title on Sunday.

Vermaelen may be back for Arsenal before end of season

Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen has been given the all-clear to return to action after injury and is in line to appear for the Arsenal reserve team today at Manchester United.

Robin van Persie warns Arsenal over 'silly goals'

Robin van Persie has warned Arsenal cannot afford any more "criminal" lapses in concentration if they are to beat arch-rivals Tottenham at White Hart Lane tomorrow night and keep alive hopes of catching Barclays Premier League leaders Manchester United.

Wojciech Szczesny says Arsenal retain title ambitions

Wojciech Szczesny insists Arsenal are not about to throw in the towel as they battle to overhaul Manchester United's imposing lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League - and declared the team owe their disappointed fans a response with victory at arch-rivals Tottenham on Wednesday night.

Danny Fiszman: Arsenal director and driving force behind the club's successful move to Emirates stadium

Danny Fiszman, a multi-millionaire diamond dealer, was a life-long Arsenal supporter who became a prominent director and went on to lead the club into the modern football era; his greatest single achievement being the move from Highbury, the club's home for 86 years, to the state-of-the-art Emirates Stadium in 2006.

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal takeover will not affect control of team

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists he will remain very much in charge of team affairs regardless of Stan Kroenke's multi-million takeover at Emirates Stadium.

I'll become stronger after injury, says rising Arsenal star Frimpong

Emmanuel Frimpong intends to return stronger from a serious knee injury to follow Jack Wilshere and force his way into Arsenal's first team next season. The 19-year-old had featured alongside Wilshere in the club's pre-season matches, and produced impressive displays in the Emirates Cup against the Milan and Celtic.

Chelsea not planning to sign Neymar insist Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti today welcomed Neymar's latest declaration that he would love to join Chelsea.

Scotland fans in clear over Neymar

Arsenal have confirmed a German tourist has admitted to throwing a banana at Brazil's goalscorer Neymar during his side's 2-0 win over Scotland at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

German teenager admits throwing banana during Scotland v Brazil game

A German teenager was responsible for the banana-throwing incident during Scotland's friendly with Brazil at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Arsenal said today.

Berra revels in Brazilian break from club struggle

Christophe Berra believes facing the superstars of Brazil can only help him improve as a player in the Premier League. Wolves are currently locked in a tense relegation battle as they desperately bid to hold on to their top-flight status and the break from club business is probably a welcome one this week.

Coleman forced to miss Irish qualifier

Seamus Coleman, the Everton midfielder, has withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad for tomorrow's Euro 2012 qualifier against Macedonia with an ankle injury he picked up in last Saturday's 2-1 win over Fulham.

Alisher Usmanov increases Arsenal holding

Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov has upped his stake in Arsenal to "over 27%".

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