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

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Arsenal revive title bid with win over Liverpool

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Campbell faces challenge of taming 'dangerous' Rooney

Veteran expected to make Arsenal league return against United after Vermaelen injury

Arsenal can 'deal with the bullies'

Wenger to call on Campbell for his in-form side's expected physical battle with Stoke

James Lawton: After Eduardo, Wenger should know dangerous play cannot be ignored

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Owen Coyle 'calm' over William Gallas tackle

Bolton boss Owen Coyle admits likening William Gallas' tackle on Mark Davies to an "assault" was "a bit strong" and accepts the Arsenal defender showed no malice in the challenge.

Arsenal's comeback marred by Gallas foul

Gunners go top of the Premier League but 4-2 victory over Bolton aided by defender's 'assault'
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