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Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini in talks with Galatasaray

The Italian looks set for a return to management with the Turkish giants

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Didier Drogba returns to haunt Arsenal as Galatasaray win Emirates Cup

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Nani and Eboue leave the pitch after their red cards

Red card controversy: Is it a case of what goes around comes around for Manchester United midfielder Nani?

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Arsenal agree fee with Galatasaray for Emmanuel Eboue

Arsenal have agreed terms for Emmanuel Eboue's transfer to Turkish side Galatasaray.

Galatasaray close in on Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Eboue

Galatasaray have confirmed they are in talks to sign out-of-favour Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Eboue.

Arsenal confirm Gervinho deal agreed

Arsenal have confirmed they have agreed a deal with Lille for Ivory Coast forward Gervinho, subject to "a regulatory process".

Arsenal's season of frustration ends with draw

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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.

Zenit St Petersburg would welcome return of Andrey Arshavin

Andrey Arshavin would be welcome back at Zenit St Petersburg if Arsenal decide to sell the striker, the Russian club have confirmed.

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.

Arsene Wenger urges Arsenal to keep fighting

Arsene Wenger has challenged his battle-weary Arsenal squad to "give everything until the last game of the season" as they look to shake off another morale-sapping disappointment following a dramatic finale to yesterday's Barclays Premier League clash against Liverpool which ended 1-1 at Emirates Stadium.

Liverpool deny Arsenal with 102nd-minute penalty

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Fifa to discuss banning snoods

Players could be banned from wearing snoods on safety grounds, it emerged today.

Bendtner ignites Gunners Wembley charge

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