Sport Garcia's ghost goal: In another duel with Liverpool, Chelsea lost in the Champions League semi-finals with a disputed goal from Luis Garcia. “It was a goal that came from the moon,” said Mourinho, who never acknowledged the goal in the future

The Spaniard played an integral role in Liverpool's Champions League triumph in 2005

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.

Wenger admits need to bolster his back line

The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has confirmed he intends to sign a defender this summer after he admitted his side's performances at the back this season have been "average".

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed he intends to sign a defender this summer after he admitted his side's performances at the back this year have been "average".

Domenech delivers fitness warning for Gallas

Raymond Domenech has warned William Gallas he will be cut from France's 30-man provisional World Cup squad if he cannot prove his fitness.

Gazidis: Wenger will have money to bolster defence

The Arsenal chief executive, Ivan Gazidis, has insisted a takeover of the club is not imminent and the club's manager, Arsène Wenger, will have funds to spend in the summer.

Arsenal will back Wenger in transfer market

Arsenal chief-executive Ivan Gazidis insists a takeover of the club is not imminent and that coach Arsene Wenger will have funds in the summer to boost his squad.

Arshavin and van Persie to start as Arsenal look to clinch third

Arsene Wenger is ready to unleash both Andrey Arshavin and Robin van Persie from kick-off as Arsenal look to secure third place with victory over Europa League finalists Fulham on Sunday.

Campbell backs Arsenal for the future

Veteran defender Sol Campbell maintains there will be "no stopping" the current young Arsenal side when everything eventually comes together.

Nasri 'annoyed' that Gunners do not receive due credit

While certain Arsenal fans will be annoyed that their club will finish the season potless for the fifth successive term, Samir Nasri is equally annoyed that the players will not get the credit they deserve. The French midfielder also believes that Arsène Wenger's policy of not just simply trying to buy the title should be applauded.

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.

Not quite a one-man team as Xavi plays best supporting act to the hero

Barça's Mr Reliable holds misfiring midfield together and enables Messi to shine

Arsene Wenger battles against injury problems

Arsene Wenger must aim to get Arsenal's Barclays Premier League title bid back on track against Wolves tomorrow with his plans for domestic and European success shattered by the loss of captain Cesc Fabregas for the rest of the campaign because of a broken leg as the battle-weary Gunners were suddenly plunged deep into an injury crisis.

Arshavin out for three weeks

Arsenal's hopes of domestic and European glory have been dealt another setback as Russian playmaker Andrey Arshavin confirmed he expected to miss up to three weeks with a calf problem suffered in the dramatic 2-2 Champions League quarter-final clash against Barcelona.

Fabregas facing anxious wait

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas hopes his worst fears will not be confirmed later today as Arsenal assess the extent of his latest injury - which could end both the Spaniard's season and World Cup hopes.

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