March 8 2014 Latest news:
Injured Jack Wilshere will not return until Arsenal’s final two games of the season with manager Arsene Wenger admitting it will be eight weeks rather than six before the midfielder is match ready.
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Forward Steven Naismith believes Everton have no reason to fear Arsenal as they have proved this season they are a match for the big teams.
Arsenal’s Mathieu Flamini is expecting another tough test against Everton when they come to the Emirates Stadium for Saturday’s FA Cup quarter-final.
Arsenal midfielders Aaron Ramsey (thigh) and deadline-day loan signing Kim Kallstrom (back) are stepping up their rehabilitation but won’t be available for tomorrow’s FA Cup quarter final against Everton.
Goalkeeper Joel Robles is set to continue his FA Cup run in the side by replacing Tim Howard for the quarter-final tie at Arsenal.
The agent of Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan has received several offers from Premier League clubs.
Arsenal have been left to count the true cost of heading into the defining period of their season without injured England midfielder Jack Wilshere.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere suffered another injury setback when he sustained a hairline fracture in his left foot during England’s friendly international with Denmark.
Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere faces six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a hairline fracture in his left foot during England’s friendly international with Denmark.
Arsenal’s FA Cup quarter-final with Everton on Saturday lunchtime is now their biggest game of the season.
Nicklas Bendtner hopes there is still time to make a telling impact at Arsenal before his almost certain summer exit.
Arsenal’s Joel Campbell scored a stunning lob for Costa Rica last night as England’s World Cup opponents beat South American side Paraguay 2-1 last night in an international friendly.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere revealed he suffered no ill effects from a heavy knock to his ankle in a challenge with Liverpool defender Daniel Agger during England’s 1-0 win over Denmark at Wembley on last night.
England manager Roy Hodgson used Wednesday night’s friendly against Denmark at Wembley to give both veteran Ashley Cole and teenager Luke Shaw an opportunity to stake their claim for the left-back berth.