Found January 12, 2013 on
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger maintains Sunday's Premier League clash with Manchester City is an all or nothing showdown for both clubs.
The Gunners host the defending champions needing a victory to close back within striking distance of the top four.
City, meanwhile, cannot afford another poor showing at Emirates Stadium - where they have never won in the Premier League - if they are to hang onto the coattails of Manchester United , who host Liverpool in Sunday's lunchtime kick-off.
Wenger admits anything other than a maximum-points haul will do either side's ambitions little good.
"I think they are in a situation where a draw will not be good enough, and we are in the same situation," said the Arsenal manager.
"The fact that both teams have to absolutely go for a win promises a more open game.
"When you are in that (title) situation, you don't want to drop more points because it can be damaging for your chances."
Wenger added: "...
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on Koscielny’s red card…
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Mikel Arteta will be out for the rest of the month with a calf strain, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed.
Arteta was injured in training ahead of Sunday's defeat to Manchester City and forced to miss his first Premier League game of the season.
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Arsene Wenger criticised his Arsenal side's concentration levels after the 2-0 defeat to Manchester City at The Emirates.
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The England forward's current deal runs out in the summer, and the club have been in negotiations to close out terms on a lucrative extension which would make Walcott among the highest-paid...
Mikel Arteta will be out for the rest of the month with a calf strain.
The Arsenal midfielder was injured in training ahead of Sunday's defeat to Manchester City and forced to miss his first Premier League game of the season.
A scan will determine the full extent of the problem, but Arsene Wenger does not expect Arteta back before the transfer window shuts.
The manager said...
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has spoken of his respect for Arsene Wenger, heaping praise on his former manager.
The Frenchman has received intense criticism from Arsenal fans for his decision to leave the club for Eastlands, but Nasri had nothing but kind words for his former club and manager, insisting that Wenger was not the reason for his departure.
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