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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

Sunderland 0 Arsenal 1: Jack Wilshere holds off Lee Cattermole

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Arsenal left-back Andre Santos has moved back to Brazil on loan at Gremio until the end of the season.

Andre Santos infuriated Arsenal fans when he tried to swap shirts with Robin van Persie

Arsenal defender Andre Santos completes loan move to Brazil

Left-back has failed to adapt to the Premier League since £6.8m switch

Santi Cazorla celebrates scoring Arsenal's second goal

Santi Cazorla enjoying his football at Arsenal

Gunners' style suits the Spanish midfielder

Thomas Vermaelen

Arsenal have defensive concerns ahead of Sunderland match with Thomas Vermaelen and Laurent Koscielny doubtful

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger may have to call on Sebastien Squillaci or Spanish 20-year-old Ignasi Miquel

Nacho Monreal training at London Colney yesterday

New Arsenal signing Nacho Monreal faces swift baptism against Stoke

Wenger confident left-back will fit in to Arsenal's style and could give new signing his debut today

Nacho Monreal takes part in training session

Nacho Monreal confident Arsenal's 'Spanish football philosophy' will see him settle quickly

Spaniard joined from Malaga in a £10m deal

Arsenal sign Spain international left-back Nacho Monreal in '£10.5m' deal

Málaga defender joins the Gunners on a long-term contract

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Arsenal must start strongly says Lukas Podolski

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Arsene Wenger calls on Arsenal fans to believe in current squad

Arsenal fought back from 2-0 down to draw with Liverpool

Theo Walcott strikes a fierce shot into the bottom corner to equalise for the Gunners
Liam Brady

Arsenal confirm Liam Brady to leave youth academy post

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

The hand of God? No, this was a diabolical act that cast a shadow of over the glorious FA Cup

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Theo Walcott

'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"

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