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Ramsey, Wilshere and Oxlade-Chamberlain in Arsenal spotlight

Arsenal announced five new contracts in December 2012 with Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all signing new deals.

In December 2012, Arsenal proudly announced that five players had signed new deals with the club.

Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sat there posing with contracts in front of them and boss Arsene Wenger standing proudly behind.

It was a British core, as Wenger described it. A response, perhaps, to players born abroad who don't have the same connection with a club, making it easier for them to jump ship when things don't go the way they want or...

Alexis Sanchez reminds Liverpool of the transfer targets that got away

Former Liverpool man Steve Nicol gives us his starting lineup for Liverpool when they travel to the Emirates.
Alexis Sanchez snubbed Liverpool for a move to Arsenal and has 13 goals and seven assists in his first year in England.

He was the ideal replacement for Luis Suarez: a South American with speed, skill and an enviable scoring record. If Liverpool were to lose Suarez, their beloved, brilliant, match-winner, at least they had someone lined up: Alexis Sanchez.

So the theory went. Unfortunately for Liverpool, Arsenal intervened and bought him from Barcelona for £35 million last summer instead. Sanchez faces the club he could have joined on Saturday. Instead of linking up with Liverpool, the Chilean joined the long...

 By Kevin Palmer

Arsenal's Wenger says he projects confidence despite matchday nerves

Former Liverpool man Steve Nicol gives us his starting lineup for Liverpool when they travel to the Emirates.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he always tries to exude confidence in front of his players on a matchday, even though he is gripped by nerves ahead of kickoff.

Wenger's tension prior to a big match does not seem to have diminished throughout his lengthy career on the touchline, with the 65-year-old tactician telling the Arsenal website he sees it as his duty to remain calm in front of his players in the final minutes before a match.

"Everybody is different and approaches a matchday differently,...