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Rosicky spearheads Arsenal victory at Brighton in FA Cup

West Ham, Aston Villa and Arsenal walk away with fourth round FA Cup wins a day after three top sides were defeated by lower league opposition.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson reacts to Theo Walcott's comments that the current side is better in attacking positions, but Robson disagrees completely.

When Arsenal last played Brighton, it was in the FA Cup and they won 3-2. History repeated itself on Sunday, but the Gunners were more than good value for their win despite two defensive lapses that allowed the home side to make the game tighter than it should have been.

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Tomas Rosicky was the captain for the day in the absence of Per Mertesacker and Mikel Arteta, and the Czech international led by example with an outstanding performance. The stats will show that he got an assist and a truly...

Walcott, Ozil and Rosicky stand out in Arsenal win over Brighton in FA Cup

West Ham, Aston Villa and Arsenal walk away with fourth round FA Cup wins a day after three top sides were defeated by lower league opposition.

BRIGHTON, England -- Three quick thoughts on Arsenal's 3-2 win at Brighton in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday afternoon.

1. Arsenal on a mission

It didn't fit with the shock patterns of this FA Cup weekend, but Arsenal's 3-2 win over Brighton and Hove Albion does suggest something might be building for their season. Arsene Wenger's side seemed so assured from the outset after last week's mood-changing 2-0 win over Manchester City and had what must be one of its smoothest attacking performances...

Jack Wilshere tries to dance like England teammate Daniel Sturridge

A brief insight into the world of professional football when you're recovering from injury ...

At least Arsenal fans can take heart from the fact Jack Wilshere is in high spirits as he battles to get fit again after suffering an ankle injury last year that has kept him sidelined for months.

Wojciech Szczesny posted a video of Wilshere trying to dance like England teammate Daniel Sturridge, and Sturridge clearly approved, given that he shared it. Although it seems he can't make up his mind over...

 By John Cross

Reintegrating Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil is vital for Arsenal's ambitions

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson asserts that Arsenal should utilize the same strategy they used against Manchester City against future opponents.

Arsene Wenger will get the chance to bring back Theo Walcott into his starting lineup at Brighton on Sunday. That's probably the last thing Brighton boss Chris Hughton wants to hear before their fourth-round FA Cup tie down on the South Coast of England.

But the timing is excellent for Arsenal, as one of his biggest players gets another run-out as he continues his return to match fitness after spending the best part of a year out through injury.

Walcott, who scored the winner when the sides last...

 By Tony Mabert

Real Madrid win Odegaard race, Arsenal's Di Maria miss, De Gea doubt

The ESPN FC crew discuss the learning opportunity that 16-year-old Martin Odegaard will be afforded at Real Madrid and look ahead to what the future may have in store for the young Norwegian international.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses the possible move of Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista to the Premier League, with clubs like Arsenal having a reported interest in the 24-year-old.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe indicates a return to Spain is an option David de Gea has considered and believes Real Madrid would be tempted to sell Gareth Bale.
FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne has labelled David Ginola's campaign a 'stunt'.

This week's roundup of the biggest news stories sees a predictable winner in the race to sign the next big thing, Arsene Wenger get Arsenal fans wondering "what if..." and the FIFA presidential race reaches new depths.

1. Teenage dream comes true (Wednesday Jan. 21)

Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Southampton and Ajax all tried to tempt Norway's 16-year-old wunderkind to sign for them. However, the predictable conclusion of Martin...

 By Chris Wright

Ronaldo, Messi, Zlatan, Pogba, Pique: Wenger's nearly men Arsenal XI

Former Chelsea man Craig Burley reacts to the crop of world-class talent that Arsene Wenger has missed out on over recent years.

With the news that Angel Di Maria's name can be added to the long list of stellar stars Arsene Wenger has "very nearly signed" over the years, we thought we'd have a look at some of the other big names the frugal Frenchman has passed on. As you might've guessed, it's not a bad squad.

Petr Cech: Having flirted for a while beforehand, goalkeeper Cech seemed certain to join Arsenal from Sparta Prague in 2002, with both the fee and the personal terms reported to be squared away. However, Wenger told...