Wenger must go all out to win the FA Cup in what could be his final year with Arsenal

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Can Arsenal take heart from these La Liga dark horses?

Date: 28th March 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

This season’s Premier League title race has been described as the most exciting, an exhilarating ride in which the outcome, even at this stage, is difficult to tell. If that’s the case, if this truly is the best title race in Premier League history, then what’s going on in Spain is absolutely glorious. On Sunday morning, Real Madrid woke up as La Liga leaders. By Thursday, after two defeats, they were third. Sunday’s third place team, Atletico Madrid, are now top of the pile. Do greater numbers always equate to a more thrilling spectacle? Isn’t the Premier League title race shaped roughly in the way most would have expected prior to the season starting? Arsenal knocked out of the race and now battling for fourth; Chelsea very much back in the thick of things for the first time since Carlo Ancelotti’s time in west London thanks to the return of Jose Mourinho; and Manchester ... Read More

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