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City went behind after Sean Murray opened the scoring but replied instantly through the in-form striker

Almunia: We are still in title race

Arsenal goalkeeper backs side to bounce back with win at league leaders Chelsea

Diaby steers Arsenal to third after Tiger shoot

Arsenal 3 Hull City 0

Kuszczak laments 'lack of help' from Van der Sar

Polish keeper suggests United No 1 'doesn't like me' and hints at Old Trafford exit

Walcott and Bendtner return for Arsenal

Theo Walcott and Nicklas Bendtner are back in Arsenal's squad for Sunday's clash against Blackburn but Eduardo has been ruled out with a thigh injury.

Bendtner ruled out after car accident

Arsenal will be without Nicklas Bendtner for tomorrow's Champions League game against Olympiakos after the striker was involved in a minor car accident.

Rooney denies diving accusation

Wayne Rooney has rounded on anyone trying to drag him into the on-going diving debate by declaring: "I am an honest player."

Fletcher in line of fire as Wenger cries foul play

Manchester United 2 Arsenal 1

Capello rules Almunia out of England reckoning

Fabio Capello has ruled out any chance of Manuel Almunia being called up during his time as England manager.

Manuel Almunia: 'I always wanted to be a striker – but I couldn't run'

Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia tells Jonathan Wilson how asthma shaped his career, and why losing Touré was such a shock

Fabianski agrees new Arsenal deal

Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has signed a new long-term contract with the north London club.

Arsenal have point to prove says Wenger

Arsenal have a special point to prove when they attempt to delay Manchester United's Premier League championship party at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Arsenal need more experience says Almunia

Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia said today that the squad needs to be strengthened with more experienced players after a fourth straight trophyless season.

Young guns let down Wenger

Frenchman's faith misplaced as Gibbs and Co prove too raw for big occasion

Wenger backs Almunia for England

Spanish-born goalkeeper Manuel Almunia is the best goalkeeper for England's World Cup campaign, his Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said today.

Almunia: 'Pressure left us feeling lost on big night at Old Trafford'

Goalkeeper admits Arsenal's young squad failed to rise to the occasion against United
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