Sport Thierry Henry and Robert Pires are both training with Arsenal but Arsene Wenger insists he won't be making a move to bring them back to the club

Henry is currently training with the Gunners along with Robert Pires but Wenger insists that he will not be making a move to bring the striker back for a third spell with the club

Campbell considering Celtic switch

Sol Campbell has revealed he is "seriously considering" a move to Celtic.

Campbell keen for new deal and role in reviving Arsenal 'glory'

Sol Campbell is in no doubt he can compete at the highest level again next season and wants to help bring the "glory" days back to Arsenal.

England manager scores own goal with 'Capello Index'

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Pandora: McCartney finds beef

Sir Paul McCartney's appearance on the Today programme yesterday provided a little welcome relief from the election coverage. Who knew it could prove so controversial?

Spurs boosted as Lennon looks ready for return against United

Aaron Lennon has been back in full training at Tottenham Hotspur this week and is a contender to be on the bench in the crucial match against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Van Persie raring to go says Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Robin van Persie will come back from the serious ankle injury which has sidelined him for five months stronger than ever.

Wenger: Van Persie recall is a gamble

Arsenal manager says team have badly missed striker who missed five months with ankle injury

Van Persie set for Arsenal return

Dutch striker Robin van Persie will give Arsenal's title ambitions a timely boost when he returns against Tottenham at White Hart Lane tomorrow.

Bendtner saves best for last to fuel Arsenal's title drive

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Fabregas will miss Porto clash

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has been ruled out of tomorrow's Champions League clash with Porto because of a hamstring problem.

Away goals count more than ever in Europe

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Wenger calls for referees overhaul

Arsene Wenger believes UEFA need to overhaul the way they choose referees after accusing Sweden's Martin Hansson of not being competent.

Wenger fumes after Fabianski's blunders hand Porto advantage

Arsenal manager rages at referee as controversial goal follows keeper's glaring error

A winding-up order? It could be the start of something great

Pompey fans are understandably fearful that their club enter liquidation next week but, as AFC Wimbledon fan Niall Couper explains, it won't be the end of the world

Notts County sold for one pound – again

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