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Just short of 63 hours will have elapsed between the end of Arsenal's Europa League clash against Cologne on Thursday and Sunday's Premier League encounter with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

But for the unprecedented numbers of Cologne supporters in London for the group game at the Emirates, which led to a one-hour kick-off delay, Arsene Wenger's players would have had the benefit of an extra 60 minutes recuperation time before a crucial game in their league campaign -- not that the additional hour...

 By PA Sport

Cologne apologise for fans' actions but criticise organisers for clash at Arsenal

Mark Ogden discusses whether British clubs would receive similar coverage had their fans behaved the same as Cologne's fans during the Europa League match against Arsenal.
Gab Marcotti explains how Cologne's massive wave of supporters was able to dominate Arsenal's home match.
Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop question how much Arsenal's win over Cologne will help them heading into their clash against Chelsea.

Cologne have apologised for the crowd disturbances which overshadowed Thursday night's Europa League match at Arsenal.

The Bundesliga club, though, also hit back at their limited ticket allocation and criticised "organisers" for being "not adequately prepared," while insisting the police presence was "too small."

Cologne also claimed some Arsenal tickets had been passed on "for horrendous prices."

The Group H opener, which Arsenal won 3-1, was delayed by an hour as many away supporters without...

 By Tony Evans

So Cologne fans sat in the Arsenal end? Time to debate fan segregation

Gab Marcotti explains how Cologne's massive wave of supporters was able to dominate Arsenal's home match.

The takeover of North London by German fans and the subsequent chaos at the Arsenal vs. Cologne Europa League match on Thursday night throws up wider issues surrounding the behaviour and perception of football supporters in England.

Reaction to the events at the Emirates has been mixed. Some commentators have interpreted the chaos around and inside the stadium as a dangerous and a throwback to the days when violence stalked the game. Others have lauded the passion of the German supporters and used...

Former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski defends Cologne supporters

FC Cologne players thank their fans for making the trip to the Emirates after their 3-1 defeat against Arsenal.
Mark Ogden discusses whether British clubs would receive similar coverage had their fans behaved the same as Cologne's fans during the Europa League match against Arsenal.
Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop question how much Arsenal's win over Cologne will help them heading into their clash against Chelsea.
Gab Marcotti explains how Cologne's massive wave of supporters was able to dominate Arsenal's home match.

Former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has defended Cologne supporters after crowd problems at the Europa League game at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday.

The match was delayed by an hour as thousands of visiting fans outside the stadium prevented Arsenal supporters from getting to the turnstiles.

An estimated 20,000 Cologne supporters travelled to the game as their club began a first European campaign for 25 years, despite Arsenal having only allocated around 3,000 tickets.

Thousands managed to...