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The former Gunners' striker says there  is a 'minus 120%' of him joining social media after he admits he is happy in his 'old school' ways

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Striker has 18 goals for his club this season

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Former player took over as Arsenal's head of youth development and academy director in July 1996

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Steven Gerrard targets David Beckham's England record

Liverpool captain has notched over 100 caps

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'I don't think he is only interested by money': Arsenal back in talks with Theo Walcott over new contract

Arsene Wenger says securing new contract for England forward is his "first priority"

Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs

Kieran Gibbs disappointed to see Arsenal winning streak end

Arsenal could only draw against Southampton on New Year's Day

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The likes of Jack Wilshere, Bacary Sagna and Wojciech Szczesny have all returned

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Arsene Wenger gambles by resting key players for final Champions League game

Wenger concentrates on Premier League with European progress assured

Thomas Vermaelen

Thomas Vermaelen talks up Arsenal spirit following draw with Everton

No-one can fault the mentality of the Arsenal squad as they battle to get back into the top four of the Barclays Premier League, according to captain Thomas Vermaelen.

Roy Hodgson not concerned by losing top spot in World Cup qualifying group

England boss Roy Hodgson insists he has plenty of reasons to be cheerful even though his side enter their winter hibernation outside an automatic World Cup qualifying slot.

One-man show as Ibrahimovic ends hoodoo in spectacular style

The travelling support might have derided him – albeit tongue-in-cheek – as a "s*** Andy Carroll" – but when Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in the kind of goalscoring form that England found him in last night, there is no answer to this man.

Steven Gerrard insists there are 'still a few more chapters to be written' in his England career

Steven Gerrard insists there are “still a few more chapters to be written” with England as he prepares to win his 100th cap in tomorrow's encounter with Sweden in Stockholm.

Leon Osman believes Steven Gerrard thoroughly deserves to join England's exclusive 100 club

Steven Gerrard deserves to join England's exclusive 100 club, says Leon Osman

Leon Osman believes Steven Gerrard thoroughly deserves to join England's exclusive 100 club.

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