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The Gunners are continuing to defy expectations that they will fall away in the Premier League title race despite a merry-go-round of injuries and knocks to key players

Lukas Podolski

Arsenal hit with injury concerns ahead of north London derby against Tottenham

Lukas Podolski certain to miss derby, with Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere also concerns

Aaron Ramsey, left, celebrates his second goal
Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna demands Arsenal focus on Fulham match

The Gunners returned to winning ways in midweek with victory over Fenerbahce

Arsene Wenger pictured during Arsenal's win in Turkey

Fenerbahce 0 Arsenal 3: Arsene Wenger earns time as Gunners triumph in Champions League play-off first leg

Gunners on verge of Champions League group stage after win in Turkey

Olivier Giroud celebrates his goal against Aston Villa

Transfer news: Arsenal must make signings before the window closes admits Olivier Giroud

26-year-old is the latest Gunner to speak out over the lack of signings this summer and wants to see new faces in the squad even if it impacts on his own first team chances

Christian Benteke celebrates scoring a penalty against Arsenal

Arsenal 1 Aston Villa 3 match report: Boos ring out after Christian Benteke puts Gunners to the sword

Arsene Wenger is angered by referee's decisions as Villa make his 10-man side pay the penalty

Theo Walcott in Emirates Cup action

Arsenal 2 Napoli 2 match report: Oliver Giroud overhead kick sparks Gunners fightback in Emirates Cup clash

Late Laurent Koscielny equaliser sends Arsenal fans home content with the result but crying out for Arsene Wenger to make signings

Theo Walcott in Emirates Cup action

Arsenal 2 Napoli 2 match report: Oliver Giroud overhead kick sparks Gunners fightback in Emirates Cup clash

Late Laurent Koscielny equaliser sends Arsenal fans home content with the result but crying out for Arsene Wenger to make signings

Transfer news: Andre Santos leaves Arsenal as he makes free transfer to Flamengo

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Arsenal stars Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs and Carl Jenkinson land Emirates 'plane'

Arsenal players Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs and Carl Jenkinson stepped into the cockpit of an Emirates’ A380 for the landing of their lives.

Arsenal celebrate fourth place finish
Arséne Wenger now has a core of young English players

Arsenal are helping the English game, says Arsène Wenger

Gunners boss now has a core of young English players

Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen

Thomas Vermaelen challenges Arsenal to continue top-four momentum against Everton

The Gunners needed late goals to beat Norwich at the weekend

Arsene Wenger trains with his Arsenal players

Arsene Wenger 'worried' that his Arsenal players cannot 'absorb the blows' of defeat

Arsenal travel to Germany next week to take on Bayern Munich, who they trail 3-1 after the first leg

Jack Wilshere trains alongside Theo Walcott

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood promises team will be strengthened

Fans wants to see investment in the squad

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