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Arsene Wenger demands Arsenal learn from defeat

Arsene Wenger hopes his young Arsenal side will have learned a hard lesson in European football after they allowed Shakhtar Donetsk to fight back and win their Champions League Group H clash at Donbass Arena last night.

Jermain Defoe could return early for the north London derby

Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe could make an earlier-than-expected return to action in the north London derby on November 20 after two months out with torn ankle ligaments.

Hunt: Premier League clubs have to learn to control their debts

Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt wants football's authorities to impose tighter controls on prospective owners using loans to buy clubs. Hunt is alarmed at the amount of debt that has been built up around Premier League clubs.

Wenger confident of keeping Fabregas

Arsene Wenger sees no reason why captain Cesc Fabregas should not be at Arsenal for "many years".

Mannone joins Hull on loan

Hull have signed Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone on loan until January 3.

Arsenal need winning mentality admits Wenger

Arsene Wenger has challenged his young Arsenal side to show they are winners every time they step out onto the pitch.

Hleb insists he is happy at Birmingham

Alexander Hleb insists he is happy at Birmingham as the midfielder prepares to face his former club Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow.

Olsson bullish for Baggies after impressive start to campaign

Jonas Olsson insists West Bromwich Albion are in the top six of the Premier League on merit and will not be scared of Saturday's game with Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Arsenal beaten by West Bromwich Albion

Premier League Round-Up

West Brom warn Arsenal of physical approach

Roberto Di Matteo has told Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger that West Brom will adopt a physical but fair approach in tomorrow's Barclays Premier Leagie clash at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal set to announce record profits

Arsenal are tomorrow expected to announce annual figures that will leave many rival Premier League clubs green with envy.

Gallas on verge of Juventus switch

Williams Gallas is on the verge of leaving Arsenal to join Juventus, according to the France international’s agent.

No plans to ban vuvuzelas in England

Clubs in the Barclays Premier League have no immediate plans to ban the use of vuvuzelas next season.

Barcelona to continue Fabregas pursuit

Barcelona president Joan Laporta is still hopeful of persuading Arsenal to part with Cesc Fabregas despite having a 35million offer for the Spain international rejected this week.

Campbell wants to extend Arsenal stay

Veteran centre-half Sol Campbell is in no doubt he can compete at the highest level again next season - and has vowed to help bring the "glory" days back to Arsenal.

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