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Fletcher's torment shared by Scholes

Veteran relives agony of being suspended for United's triumph in the final 10 years ago

Roberto Carlos interested in Madrid return

Brazilian veteran Roberto Carlos would be interested in returning to Real Madrid, if Florentino Perez became president of the Spanish giants again this summer.

Eduardo eager to rejoin front line for Gunners

Eduardo da Silva does not want to think about the horrific tackle that almost ended his career and is focused purely on returning to front-line action with Arsenal as soon as possible. It is almost a year since the Croat was left with a broken leg and dislocated ankle by the Birmingham City defender Martin Taylor.

Eduardo set to feature for Croatia

Eduardo does not want to think about the horror tackle that almost ended his career - and is purely focused on getting back on the field with Arsenal as soon as possible.

Arsenal hit Arshavin impasse

Gunners remain at odds with Zenit over proposed fee for Russian playmaker

Mission to Moscow for Villa

Aston Villa's punishment for not finishing in the top two of their UEFA Cup group was a tricky tie with in-form CSKA Moscow following the draw for the last 32 in Nyon today.

Arsenal fail to fire and now face tough road to Rome

FC Porto 2 Arsenal 0

Wenger keen to give Eboué chance of redemption

Arsenal need only a draw in their Champions League tie in Porto tonight to secure a top-place finish in Group G and a successful trip to Portugal could also provide a tonic for their beleaguered midfielder Emmanuel Eboué.

Bendtner's late hit puts edgy Arsenal in the pink

Arsenal 1 Dynamo Kiev 0

'Rare' Ramsey to make Wales debut

A Wales friendly in Denmark would usually be described as being on the bottom scale of low-key but thanks to the debut of Aaron Ramsey tonight's match in Copenhagen is receiving a far higher billing. The captain, Craig Bellamy, certainly believes it will be an important milestone for both the teenager and his country.

Wenger patches up Arsenal

Arsene Wenger issued a gloomy bulletin on the fitness of his Arsenal team yesterday and conceded that he might have to select William Gallas, Theo Walcott and Mikaël Silvestre for tomorrow's crucial Premier League match with Manchester United despite the fact that none of them will be fully fit.

Finishing touch still eludes the young guns

Arsenal 0 Fenerbahce 0

Wenger: 'Premier League matches have left us physically drained'

Arsene Wenger admitted last night that his team are struggling "physically" as they face the prospect of playing Manchester United on Saturday without seven of their first-team regulars. His side's disappointing goalless draw with Fenerbahce included a suspected broken nose for Mikaël Silvestre which will leave Wenger severely stretched in defence.

Pulis fires broadside in reply to Wenger attack

Some Premier League matches are instantly forgettable, others fester and Stoke City's win over Arsenal on Saturday has fallen firmly into the latter category. Tony Pulis, the victorious manager, continued the bitter fall-out yesterday by criticising Arsène Wenger, who had been critical of the coverage given to his side following the match and of Stoke's tactics during it, claiming the home side had deliberately tried to injure his players.

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