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Laurent Koscielny scores the goal that ensured Champions League football for Arsenal

Arsenal gifted third place by comical Fulop

On a day of farewells in the Black Country – with Roy Hodgson taking his final match as West Bromwich's head coach before assuming the England reins and Pat Rice serving as Arsène Wenger's No 2 for the last time – Arsenal might well have been waving goodbye to the Champions League proper until Laurent Koscielny exploited the third of three grave errors by goalkeeper Marton Fulop.

Laurent Koscielny scores the goal that ensured Champions League football for Arsenal

Comic West Bromwich keeper Marton Fulop gifts Arsenal third place

West Bromwich Albion 2 Arsenal 3: Albion goalkeeper's error-strewn display helps Gunners reach Champions League

Wenger said:

Arsene Wenger hails Arsenal's 'remarkable turnaround'

Arsene Wenger has hailed the “remarkable turnaround” in Arsenal's fortunes as they close in on an automatic Champions League spot for next season.

Carl Jenkinson (left) could face Gareth Bale again on Sunday, if he proves his fitness with Arsenal's reserves

Wenger must draw on reserves to face Spurs

Arsène Wenger will give the likes of Andrei Arshavin, Marouane Chamakh and Park Ju-young the chance to stake a claim for a place against Tottenham at the Emirates on Sunday when Arsenal's reserves travel to Norwich City tonight.

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Santos adds to Arsenal's defensive crisis

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Arsenal seal £10m Arteta, Bellamy returns to Liverpool, Meireles leaves for Chelsea as Stoke sign Crouch

Yossi Benayoun completes move to Arsenal

Yossi Benayoun tonight completed a season-long loan move to Arsenal from Chelsea.

Scott Parker on verge of switch to Tottenham

Harry Redknapp today revealed Tottenham were "very, very close" to completing the signing of Scott Parker and admitted Peter Crouch and Alan Hutton could leave the club.

Arsenal in talks over Per Mertesacker transfer

Per Mertesacker was en route to London today to undergo a medical at Arsenal, Press Association Sport understands.

Liverpool and Newcastle linked with Yossi Benayoun swoop

Chelsea midfielder Yossi Benayoun looks set to leave Stamford Bridge as the transfer deadline approaches.

Arsenal close in on Andre Santos deal

Arsenal were today close to completing the signing of Brazil left-back Andre Santos, Press Association Sport understands.

Arsenal board back under-fire Wenger

Club '100 per cent' behind beleaguered manager and confident of signings before window shuts

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