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

Arsene Wenger urges Arsenal fans to keep faith

Arsene Wenger has called on Arsenal fans not to lose faith as the Gunners look to salvage their season by delivering the Barclays Premier League crown.

Arsenal frustrated by stubborn Sunderland

Arsenal 0 Sunderland 0

Star names sit out Scotland friendly

Ronaldinho and Robinho have been left out of the Brazil squad for the international friendly with Scotland later this month.

Stoke to make changes in bid to reach next level

Stoke boss Tony Pulis already has his sights set on a summer of change providing the club can retain their place in the Barclays Premier League this season.

Paul Scholes excited by season run-in with Manchester United

Paul Scholes views the resumption of the Champions League as the beginning of the end for Manchester United this season.

Levein excited by Brazil friendly

Scotland will take on Brazil in a friendly at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on 27 March, the two countries' first meeting since the 1998 World Cup finals.

Scotland to play Brazil at Emirates Stadium

The Scottish Football Association have confirmed Scotland are to play Brazil in a friendly at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on March 27.

Wenger demands an end to the 'witch hunt' of 'mature' Fabregas

Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, yesterday defended his captain Cesc Fabregas against recent criticism of his behaviour and said that he was "fantastically proud of the person he [Fabregas] has become". Wenger added that he thought the Spanish midfielder was currently the subject of a "witch hunt".

Arsene Wenger retains confidence in Arsenal title chances

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal should believe in their Barclays Premier League title challenge even more now despite not being able to breakdown a determined Manchester City at Emirates Stadium last night.

Argentina to meet Portugal at Emirates Stadium

Argentina will play a friendly international against Portugal in London on Feb. 9.

Szczesny eager to grab Gunners chance

Wojciech Szczesny emerged from the rubble of Arsenal's damaging defeat at Manchester United to declare his intention to seize the unexpected chance handed to him by Arsene Wenger.

Arsene Wenger bullish over Arsenal's European hopes

Arsene Wenger has challenged his Arsenal side to set themselves up for a showdown with one of the European heavyweights by staying on course for domestic success.

William Gallas deserves praise from Arsenal fans says Harry Redknapp

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp today questioned the logic of any Arsenal fan aiming abuse at William Gallas in tomorrow's north London derby.

New Zealand captain relishing final

New Zealand's Benji Marshall is ready to cope with the pressure of single-handedly spearheading his side's challenge in Saturday's Four Nations final against Australia at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium.

Wenger targets home form improvement

Arsene Wenger accepts Arsenal must learn how to make the most of home advantage if they are to force themselves back into the Barclays Premier League title race after suffering a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Newcastle at Emirates Stadium.

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