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The Gunners play Coventry in the fourth round of the competition

Lee Cattermole (left) will lead Sunderland out at Spurs - if selected

Arrested duo still in squad to face Spurs

Martin O’Neill, the Sunderland manager, has no immediate plans to relieve Lee Cattermole of the Sunderland captaincy after the midfielder’s arrest on suspicion of causing criminal damage in an alleged car wrecking incident close to Newcastle United’s ground. 

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Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill could recall striker Asamoah Gyan

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill plans to contact striker Asamoah Gyan next week amid speculation he could be recalled from his loan spell in the United Arab Emirates.

Bendtner is on a season long loan deal from Arsenal

Sunderland players Lee Cattermole and Nicklas Bendtner held over damaged cars

Martin O'Neill was today facing a decision over Lee Cattermole and Nicklas Bendtner after it emerged that the pair had been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage.

O'Neill took charge of his first training session at the club today and chose the media conference that followed to remind his players that they must start winning games fast if they are to move away from the drop zone

Martin O'Neill: We are in a 'little bit of trouble'

New Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has called on his players to start winning matches soon so they can drag themselves away from the relegation zone.

Steve Bruce on Connor Wickham: 'Connor has a fantastic chance to be
a very good player'

Bruce takes heat off Wickham while Bent feels the pressure

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Sunderland sign Nicklas Bendtner from Arsenal

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce finally got his man tonight when he clinched a season-long loan deal for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.

Pulis prepared to wait in transfer market

Stoke boss Tony Pulis is prepared to bide his time in the transfer market if necessary.

Nicklas Bendtner on verge of Sporting Lisbon switch

Nicklas Bendtner is set for a fresh start away from Arsenal as the Denmark striker closes in on a £9million move to Sporting Lisbon.

Hamburg confirm interest in Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner

Hamburg have confirmed their interest in Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner but fellow Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund have quashed speculation they are chasing the striker.

Arsenal close to clinching Gervinho deal

Arsenal are poised to complete their first big summer transfer with the £11million signing of Ivory Coast striker Gervinho from Lille.

Mark Fleming: Arsenal's prudence is laudable but out of step

The situation is not new for Wenger, and in the past the result has always been the same – the board sticks to its guns and the player moves on

Holloway upset after having to break up feuding players

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway had to intervene in a row between DJ Campbell and Charlie Adam following Saturday's draw at Tottenham. The pair had argued over penalty-taking duties during the match and Holloway revealed that their dispute continued after the game.

Arsenal's title hopes end with loss at Stoke

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Djourou finds silver lining in Arsenal failure

Johan Djourou is one of few Arsenal players who will look back at this season as a success after putting his year-long injury nightmare behind him. Switzerland defender Djourou missed virtually the whole of last term and the World Cup after undergoing surgery on a serious knee problem.

We don't need massive change, insists Wenger in defiant blast

Under-pressure Arsenal manager rules out summer spending spree or coaching reform / Frenchman will not give up on title race

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