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  • ‘Too many rule changes will slow the game down’

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that while the introduction of technology and other rule changes may benefit the sport in certain cases there is a real danger that football could become a "stop-and-go game".

  • Wenger puts more pressure on himself with Sanchez decision

    Arsene Wenger reckoned that leaving his leading marksman Alexis Sanchez on the substitutes bench had been a "debatable" decision but it was one that appeared to backfire on the Arsenal manager in the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool on Saturday.

  • Wenger concerned by artificial pitch at minor league Sutton

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Sutton United's artificial pitch could cause his side problems and warned against complacency when they visit the National League team in the fifth round of the FA Cup later on Monday.

  • Wenger at a loss

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was at a loss to explain his side's appalling first-half display during their surprise 2-1 defeat by Watford at the Emirates Stadium.

  • Wenger praises Welbeck as Arsenal beat Southampton

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praised Danny Welbeck after the striker scored his first goals since injuring his knee last May to help his side hammer Southampton 5-0 in the FA Cup on Saturday.

  • Xhaka in 'racism' probe

    Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has been interviewed by police over an allegation he racially abused a staff member at London's Heathrow Airport on Monday.

  • Ozil wants clarity on Wenger future

    Mesut Ozil is ready to sign a new contract with Arsenal but the attacking midfielder wants to know if manager Arsene Wenger is staying at the club beyond this season.

  • Wenger rues fixture pile-up

    A despairing Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal were put at a major disadvantage before his side staged an epic escape in their dramatic 3-3 draw at Bournemouth.

  • ‘Giroud gem a work of art’

    Arsene Wenger hailed Olivier Giroud's stunning strike against Crystal Palace as a work of art and one of the top five Arsenal goals in his 20-year reign.

  • Wenger calls for changes to 'problematic' loan system

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes football needs to address the way clubs are manipulating loan markets to stockpile talent, while adding that short-term deals remain an integral part of a player's education.

  • Giroud hopes goal can lead to first team return

    Olivier Giroud is hoping for a run of starts for Arsenal after the French striker scored the late winner in Monday's 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates Stadium.

  • Giroud seizes moment to remind Wenger of his worth

    Olivier Giroud proved the difference for Arsenal in a typically hard-fought 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion on Monday, again demonstrating his worth to manager Arsene Wenger after spending the majority of the season on the substitutes' bench.

  • Ozil, Arsenal look to bounce back after mini-slump

    Arsene Wenger knows Arsenal have no margin for error when they attempt to revive their Premier League title challenge against West Bromwich Albion on Monday.

  • Gunners in 'title fight'

    Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal are in the 'fight' for their first Premier League title since 2004 and insists the Gunners will maintain the pressure on leaders Chelsea in Tuesday's trip to out of sorts Everton.

  • Arsenal sweat on Giroud, Debuchy

    Arsene Wenger is sweating on the fitness of Olivier Giroud and Mathieu Debuchy after the France stars suffered injuries in Arsenal's 3-1 Premier League win against Bournemouth on Sunday.

  • Europe no burden for Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger does not believe the teams free of Champions League commitment have an advantage in the Premier League despite both Liverpool and Chelsea outstripping his side.

  • Arsenal agree Xhaka deal

    Arsenal reach an agreement to sign combative Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka from Borussia Moenchengladbach on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee.

  • Real named as world's most valuable football club

    Real Madrid have been named as the most valuable football club in the world by marketing experts, who placed Manchester United second and Barcelona third.

  • Rodgers eyes rare Emirates win

    The Reds have historically struggled to win in north London, but Brendan Rodgers is confident that he has found a blueprint for a rare victory.