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Wilshere's 'calm' amid the storm impresses Rosicky

Arsenal's 4-1 victory at Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday night may well go down in the club's history as the night Jack Wilshere came of age. In the absence of captain Cesc Fabregas through injury, the 18-year-old was handed a more central role and performed with such energy and guile the Spaniard's absence was scarcely noticeable.

Gibbs injury only short term

Arsenal have confirmed England defender Kieran Gibbs suffered only a minor foot injury during the 4-1 Carling Cup victory at Tottenham last night, and is set to be out of action for only the "short term".

Capello successor may not be English reveals Brooking

Sir Trevor Brooking feels there is no guarantee Fabio Capello's successor will be English.

Nasri spot on as Gunners conquer Lane

Penalty controversy as Spurs are crushed 4-1 in extra time, while Everton crash out of cup after shoot-out drama against Brentford

'Outstanding' Wilshere takes charge as Spurs are humiliated

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Wenger faces a torrent of abuse if he serves ban at Spurs tonight

Arsenal manager could sit in stand at White Hart Lane to ensure suspension is over before Chelsea match

Wenger is a hypocrite, says Bolton's Coyle... and he 'has media in his pocket', adds Allardyce

Arsene Wenger was yesterday accused of duplicity by the Bolton Wanderers' manager Owen Coyle in the aftermath of Bolton's controversial match at the Emirates last Saturday.

Fabregas backs Almunia to keep Arsenal secure

The Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas maintains goalkeeper Manuel Almunia has the complete trust of the team as they start their European campaign this week against Braga.

Transfer Talk: Redknapp's late move for Muntari

The Internazionale midfielder Sulley Muntari is a target for Tottenham on the last day of the summer transfer window today. The Ghana midfielder, 26, whom Redknapp sold to Inter when he was Portsmouth manager, has fallen out of favour under new manager Rafael Benitez. Spurs have missed out on the Brazilian Luis Fabiano, who yesterday signed a contract extension to stay at Seville until 2013.

Gibbs, Huddlestone and Crouch set to be named in qualifier squad

Fabio Capello will turn to Fulham's emerging new goalkeeper David Stockdale when he names his England squad tomorrow for the start of the Euro 2012 qualification campaign against Bulgaria and Switzerland.

Scholes must make public statement if he wants England recall

Fabio Capello and his advisers have decided that Paul Scholes will have to make a public announcement that he is available to play for England if they are to consider him for Sunday's squad for the first two Euro 2012 qualifiers.

Stalemate over Schwarzer as Arsenal refuse to meet £5m fee

The saga over Arsenal's attempts to sign Fulham's goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer looks set to run into the last week of the transfer window, with no decision yet made by the Fulham hierarchy as to whether the Australian can leave.

Arsenal make offer for France defender Squillaci

Sevilla have warned Arsenal they are not about to let France international Sebastien Squillaci leave in a cut-price deal.

Beckham spurns offer of England 'farewell match' at Wembley

Former captain vows to regain place on merit after Capello's diplomatic blunder

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