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Patrice Evra - here alongside the Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson - has faced racist abuse during his career

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Spare a thought for Arsène Wenger tomorrow.

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Statue of Arsenal Legend Tony Adams is unveiled at Emirates Stadium

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Thierry Henry is currently training with Arsenal

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Manager Arsene Wenger maintains he has given no thought to trying to bring Thierry Henry back on a short-term loan deal in January, but admits it is "an honour and a pleasure" to have the former captain back at the club.

Shay Given will not take Estonia lightly

Ireland must not underestimate Estonia warns Shay Given

Shay Given has warned his Republic of Ireland team-mates their play-off experience will count for nothing if they underestimate Estonia.

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