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Arsenal

 By Michael Cox

Arsenal edge past Reading to leave Wenger on brink of history

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Arsenal's slim victory over Reading to earn them a spot in the FA Cup final for the second straight year.

LONDON -- Three observations from Arsenal vs. Reading in the FA Cup semifinal at Wembley Stadium.

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1. Arsenal squeeze through

This was Arsenal's third FA Cup game at Wembley in the space of a year -- two semifinals and a final. Each has been against poor opposition and has produced a nervous performance. Each has gone to extra-time, yet each has finished happily. Arsenal never make things easy for themselves.

At this stage last season, they needed penalties to progress past Wigan, a Championship...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal, Man City target Real Madrid's Isco to spearhead Premier League tilt

Inter Milan head coach Roberto Mancini has said he would exploit any opportunity to sign Yaya Toure, should the Ivorian express a desire to leave current club Manchester City.
Real Madrid star Isco would be welcomed to the Premier League with open arms...

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread ...

Arsenal and City in for Real starlet?

Both Arsenal and Manchester City have made a habit of targeting talented Spaniards in recent seasons, and now the Premier League heavyweights look set to go toe-to-toe for Isco.

The Mirror reports that Real Madrid will consider bids of around £35 million for the 22-year-old Spain international, with Carlo Ancelotti's side reportedly pursuing a deal for either...

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Adam Federici will move past FA Cup howler, says Reading's Steve Clarke

Reading manager Steve Clarke was disappointed with his side's 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final, but heaped the praise on his side for having a go at Arsenal.

Reading boss Steve Clarke says goalkeeper Adam Federici has the strength of character to overcome his Wembley nightmare.

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Federici saw a soft shot from Alexis Sanchez trickle past him and over the goal line to seal Arsenal's FA Cup semifinal victory in extra time, ending Reading's Cinderella run.

"This is the life of a goalkeeper and Adam Federici is a top goalkeeper, and every chance he will be player of the season for Reading because his performances in the Championship have been crucial," Clarke...