The Wales international was arguably the best player in the Premier League in the first half of the season
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Wednesday 30 January 2008
A three-goal victory that eased Arsenal back into a three-point lead at the top of the Premier League, but that did not feel like the story last night. Instead, it was another saga of trial and tribulation surrounding Newcastle.
Sunday 13 January 2008
Monday 10 December 2007
Taking a wrong turn on the A66, the Arsenal bus got lost on Teesside yesterday. It is tempting to say that when it finally appeared at the Riverside just over an hour before kick-off, it was like John Darwin's canoe, empty. Devoid of their usual vivacious personality, Arsne Wenger's young team succumbed to a first defeat of the season, a first in 24 Premier League games stretching back to 7 April. That hardly represents a crisis of identity Arsenal remain top of the table but this was a pale imitation of the vibrant form that took them there. It means that two trips to the North-east in five days have yielded a mere point and with Chelsea next, albeit at home, Arsenal need to quickly rediscover their direction and flow. Having Robin van Persie and Mathieu Flamini back should help, but Wenger was doubtful about the possible availability of Alexander Hleb and Cesc Fabregas.
Sunday 16 October 2005
Sunday 07 August 2005
Tuesday 02 August 2005
Monday 01 August 2005
Wednesday 04 May 2005
Sunday 27 February 2005
David Prutton faces a lengthy ban after the Southampton midfielder pushed the referee, Alan Wiley, in the chest at least twice following his sending-off in the 1-1 draw with Arsenal yesterday.
Tuesday 07 December 2004
Friday 06 August 2004
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