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FA Cup: A few thoughts on the 2-0 win over Sutton

Arsenal defeated Sutton United 2-0 on Monday to next face Lincoln City in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup. It doesn’t make up for the humiliating 5-1 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League but it shows that the players still care about the club and their manager. 1,062 more words

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Relief for Arsene Wenger as Arsenal reach FA Cup last eight with 2-0 win over Sutton United

FA Cup fifth round, Borough Sports Ground – Sutton United 0 Arsenal 2 (Perez 26, Walcott 55).

Arsenal booked a spot in the last eight of the FA Cup after overcoming a potential banana skin to ease to a 2-0 victory at non-league Sutton United. 369 more words

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Sutton v Arsenal - the alternative picture

It was an absolute privilege to be at Gander Green Lane last night. Although the game finished 2-o to the Gunners, this did not dampen the spirits of the home supporters, many of whom may never witness an occasion like this again. 317 more words

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De Futebol

The guys stopped the bleeding with a 2-0 win over Sutton to advance to the round of sixteen in The FA Cup.

The Daily Mail: “Breathe…and relax. 1,202 more words

Bobby Gee

David vs. Goliath

“Sutton United will play Arsenal in the next round of the FA Cup!”

These words came from the mouth of TV presenter Jake Humphrey during the draw for the Fifth Round of this years FA Cup. 757 more words

Do teams value the 'magic of the cup'?

On a crisp February evening, 5,000 locals packed into Sutton’s stadium to watch their team play Arsenal in the FA Cup. A team full of superstars took to the pitch to face a Sutton side which included a 20 stone, 45 year-old goalkeeper who took to devouring a pie at the 70th minute. 253 more words

Wenger "didn't really enjoy" Arsenal's FA Cup win over Sutton

One might imagine that Arsene Wenger doesn’t enjoy too terribly much these days, especially when it comes to matters regarding his employment as Arsenal manager, a post he’s held for the last 7,456 days. 422 more words

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