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Barcelona 4-1 Arsenal

Posted Wednesday, April 07, 2010 by theguardian.com815 hits

Lionel Messi blows Arsenal away with four goals for Barcelona Barcelona's Lionel Messi chips the Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia to complete a magnificent first-half hat-trick. Lionel Messi ruined the contest unforgettably. Arsène Wenger was reduced to awe more than misery, particularly by the fourth and last of his goals. "He made the impossible possible," said the Arsenal manager. "H...Full Story »

Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola Expecting A Top-Notch Performance Against Arsenal

Posted Tuesday, April 06, 2010 by Goal.com544 hits

Guardiola says his team are confident that they can reach the semi-finals of the Champions League... Pep Guardiola believes that Arsenal will offer a real challenge to his team but has faith in his squad and thinks the Blaugrana have what it takes to reach the last four. When asked whether the introduction of Theo Walcott changed the tide of the game for Arsenal, Guardiola was quick to respo...Full Story »

Arsenal's Alexandre Song Out Of Champions League Second Leg Quarter-Final Against Barcelona

Posted Tuesday, April 06, 2010 by Goal.com111 hits

Another injury blow ahead of trip to Nou Camp... Arsenal's injury crisis has worsened ahead of the club's crucial Champions League quarter-final second leg clash with Barcelona after Alex Song was ruled out of contention with a groin strain. Arsenal have named the 18-man squad to face the European Champions on Tuesday through their official website and the 22-year-old's name was a notable om...Full Story »

Arsenal accused of ganging up on referee

Posted Monday, April 05, 2010 by theguardian.com281 hits

Arsenal players accused of ganging up on referee in red card storm Wolves' Karl Henry, centre, heads for the dressing room after being sent off by Andre Marriner for a tackle on Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky. Arsenal's players have been accused of deliberately intimidating referees to get opponents sent off after Karl Henry was shown a red card for a challenge on Tomas Rosicky at the Emirates Sta...Full Story »

France Coach Raymond Domenech 'Very, Very Worried' That Arsenal's William Gallas Will Not Be Fit For World Cup 2010

Posted Saturday, April 03, 2010 by Goal.com299 hits

Gunners star out for rest of Premier League season with calf injury... France boss Raymond Domenech has admitted his concern with regards to the fitness of centre-back William Gallas following the calf injury he sustained during Arsenal's 2-2 draw with Barcelona in the Champions League. Gallas, who had originally been rated a major doubt for Wednesday's quarter-final first leg at the Emirate...Full Story »

Season over for Arsenal skipper Fabregas

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by YAHOO Sport90 hits

LONDON (AFP) - Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas will not play again this season after the club confirmed he suffered a small crack in his right fibula during Wednesday's Champions League draw with Barcelona. Fabregas almost missed out on the 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium owing to the severe bruising to his knee and leg he suffered last week at Birmingham. He came through a fitness test in the ...Full Story »

Arsenal 2-2 Barcelona

Posted Thursday, April 01, 2010 by theguardian.com693 hits

Cesc Fábregas penalty gives Arsenal hope to take to Barcelona Barcelona's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who scored twice, celebrates with Daniel Alves. The glory lay in the defiance, although the outcome of the tie scarcely looks promising for Arsenal when the return at Camp Nou next Tuesday is borne in mind. That future, all the same, was too distant to interest supporters, who rightly preferred ...Full Story »

Arsenal challenged to make history against Barcelona

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by theguardian.com132 hits

Arsène Wenger will give Cesc Fábregas until the very last moment to prove his fitness for the Champions League quarter-final with Barcelona. Arsène Wenger has challenged his Arsenal team to "make history" in the Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona tonight and prove to the club's critics that they can beat the biggest opposition when it matters most. The Arsenal man...Full Story »

Fabregas set for Messi reunion as Arsenal face Barca

Posted Tuesday, March 30, 2010 by BBC.com1431 hits

Fabregas played in the same Barcelona youth team as Lionel Messi Rodolfo Borrell remembers the exact date when Cesc Fabregas made his debut at the Barcelona academy. It was 11 November 1997 and the future Arsenal captain was 10 years old. Borrell is no statistical anorak; the occasion is etched in his memory because discovering Fabregas was the reward for hours and hours spent scouring local ...Full Story »

Arsenal confident Cesc Fábregas will be fit to face Barcelona

Posted Tuesday, March 30, 2010 by theguardian.com141 hits

Cesc Fábregas has drawn praise from his manager Arsène Wenger for his physical power and finishing ability. Arsenal are confident Cesc Fábregas will be available to confront his former club, Barcelona, in the Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday after a scan revealed the Spain international had not suffered any serious damage to his right leg. Fábregas was kicked ju...Full Story »

Birmingham (WWDLL) v Arsenal (WWWWW)

Posted Friday, March 26, 2010 by PA83 hits

Birmingham (WWDLL) v Arsenal (WWWWW): The Gunners will battle to a 2-0 victory at St Andrew’s with Andrey Arshavin scoring firstFull Story »

Birmingham v Arsenal

Posted Friday, March 26, 2010 by Football.co.uk120 hits

Arsenal will be looking to keep their Premier League title dream alive with a win against Birmingham City at St Andrew's on Saturday afternoon. However, Gunners manager Arsene Wenger and his players have bad memories of seeing their aspirations derail at the Midlands outfit in the past. Ahead of their game with the Blues at the end of February 2008, they sat atop the table, but a 2-2 draw ...Full Story »

Arsenal's Thomas Vermaelen appeals against West Ham red card

Posted Tuesday, March 23, 2010 by theguardian.com355 hits

Thomas Vermaelen of Arsenal is sent off against West Ham. Arsenal will learn tomorrow whether their centre-back Thomas Vermaelen will be available to face Birmingham City on Saturday. A Football Association regulatory commission will hear a claim for wrongful dismissal following the Belgian's sending off against West Ham United at the Emirates Stadium last Saturday. Vermaelen was sent off aft...Full Story »

Arsenal draw Barcelona in Champions League quarter-finals

Posted Saturday, March 20, 2010 by theguardian.com507 hits

Barcelona's Lionel Messi is set to face Arsenal in the Champions League quarter-finals. Arsène Wenger thinks Arsenal still have a 50-50 chance of reaching the Champions League semi-finals despite being drawn against the team no one wanted – Barcelona – in the quarters. Barcelona are the holders, the bookmakers' favourites at 7-3, and play the decisive leg at home. "I believe ...Full Story »

Arsenal (WWWWW) v West Ham (WWLLL)

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA156 hits

Arsenal (WWWWW) v West Ham (WWLLL): Nicklas Bendtner will continue his fine scoring run with the opener in a 3-0 win for the GunnersFull Story »

Hull (DWLLL) v Arsenal (LWWWW)

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA77 hits

Hull (DWLLL) v Arsenal (LWWWW): Theo Walcott to score the opener for the Gunners who go on to secure a comfortable 4-0 win over HullFull Story »

Arsenal (LLWWW) v Burnley (LWLLL)

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA90 hits

Arsenal (LLWWW) v Burnley (LWLLL): Cesc Fabregas will get the ball rolling for the Gunners in a comfortable 4-0 win at the EmiratesFull Story »

Stoke (DWDDW) v Arsenal (DLLWW)

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA65 hits

Stoke (DWDDW) v Arsenal (DLLWW): Tomas Rosicky to score the opener as the Gunners go on to earn full three points with a 2-1 victoryFull Story »

Arsenal (WDLLW) v Sunderland (LLDDD)

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA87 hits

Arsenal (WDLLW) v Sunderland (LLDDD): Cesc Fabregas will open the scoring in a comfortable 3-0 home victory for Arsene Wenger’s sideFull Story »

Nicklas Bendtner strikes as jaded Arsenal leave it very late

Posted Sunday, March 14, 2010 by theguardian.com357 hits

Arsenal's Sol Campbell concedes a penalty for his foul on Hull striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink. This could be Arsenal's season after all. They moved above Manchester United into second place not with a football exhibition but thanks to a stoppage-time blunder from Boaz Myhill in the Hull goal. That was mightily cruel on the Tigers, who made light of having to play with 10 men for the whole ...Full Story »

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