Sunday, May 24, 2015

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side suffered no new injuries ahead of the FA Cup final in the 4-1 win over West Brom.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger conceded that his players were still drained from their efforts against Manchester United after being held by Sunderland on Wednesday night.

Mustard celebrate their third goal against Clapton Rangers. Pics Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO

Mustard are through to the Jack Walpole Cup final after seeing off the challenge of Clapton Rangers in a thrilling 4-3 victory.

Alfie Francis of Regent's FC with the Islington Gazette Cup

Alfie Francis became the first player to score five times in the Islington Gazette Cup final as Regent’s FC finally lifted the trophy.

Arsenal's Alex Iwobi, (right) is tackled by Borussia Dortmund's Hayrulla Alici, (left). Picture: John Walton

In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Jeorge Bird assesses the development of Arsenal’s youngsters this year, with a particular eye on Alex Iwobi.

Theo Walcott scores Arsenals goal under pressure from Tyler Blackett   (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Theo Walcott is confident Arsenal can secure the one point they need from their last two Premier League matches, starting with Sunderland, to beat Manchester United into third place.

Theo Walcott of Arsenal celebrates (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

Arsenal took a big step towards securing third place thanks to a fortunate late equaliser at Old Trafford.

England's Lianne Sanderson celebrates scoring the fourth goal during the FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying Group Six match against Wales

Lianne Sanderson has credited England coach Mark Sampson with reigniting her enthusiasm for international football after being named in England’s World Cup squad.

Regent's FC manager Des Casey

Regent’s FC are determined to halt their cup final hoodoo when they take on K London United for the Islington Gazette Cup on Thursday night.

FC Unity U12s

FC Unity Under-12s completed the treble as they beat EC1 3-0 to win the Camden & Islington League Cup.

Alan Sunderland (l) scores the first goal of the game for Arsenal against Swansea on New Year's Day 1983. Picture: PA

In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Layth Yousif remembers his first ever Arsenal match and looks ahead to Sunday’s Manchester United match.

Per Mertesacker stands dejected after Swansea City's Bafetimbi Gomis heads the winner at Emirates Stadium

Per Mertesacker has urged Arsenal to repeat their FA Cup victory over Manchester United this weekend and banish fears of another Champions League play-off.

Arsenal's Santi Cazorla gives the thumbs up to fans after the Barclays Premier League match at the KC Stadium, Hull. Picture: PA/Lynne Cameron

In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Alex Bellotti says keeping the squad together this summer could be trickier than Gooners might think.

Niva-Unistream (yellow) celebrate Greg Moorse's opening goal in the Dickie Davies Cup Semi-Final against Mustard. Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

Niva-Unistream were left disappointed for the second week running, after they were edged out 3-2 by Mustard in the Dickie Davies Cup semi-finals.

Highbury Wolves Blue Under-eights

A last-gasp free-kick from skipper Eddie Wright earned Highbury Wolves their first silverware as they beat Isledon Wolves in the Camden & Islington League Under-eights Development Cup final.

Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry (left) listens to Jamie Carragher. Pictrue: Mike Egerton

In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Uche Amako says the Arsenal legend is struggling in his new role as a TV pundit.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud (left) and Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas in action during the 0-0 draw at Emirates Stadium.

Olivier Giroud has urged Arsenal to concentrate on nailing down the runners-up spot in the Premier League following their stalemate with champions-elect Chelsea.

Lianne Sanderson (right) celebrates with Natalia Pablos Sanchon after the Spanish striker's goal against Millwall. Pic: TGSPHOTO

Striker Lianne Sanderson is determined to play her part in recapturing a winning mentality at Arsenal Ladies in her second spell with the club.

FC Bartlett celebrate with the Albert Daniels Cup. Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

Bartlett FC lifted the Albert Daniels Senior Cup for the third time in a row with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Young London Meteors on Hackney Marshes.

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game with Kieran Gibbs (right) during the FA Cup Semi Final match at Wembley Stadium, Picture: PA/Andrew Matthews

In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Alex Bellotti says that last weekend’s gaffe-filled FA Cup matches mirrored politics at its most chaotic.

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