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Dejected Wenger Talks Of Comeback Again Before Arsenal vs Leyton Orient

Monday, Feb 28 2011
In Sunday’s Carling Cup final, Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger once again failed to guide the Gunners to their first title since 2005. Eventually, he has vowed once again to bounce back as the season continues.
A spirited performance from Birmingham City at Wembley last weekend saw Obafemi Martins’ last-minute winner destroy Arsenal’s Carling Cup trophy hopes. In between Martin’s strike and Zigic’s opener for Birmingham, Robin van Persie had found an equaliser...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham City Report

Sunday, Feb 27 2011
Birmingham City lifted their first trophy since 1963 with a 2-1 Carling Cup Final over victory over Arsenal at Wembley Stadium.
Birmingham striker Obefami Martins pounced on a goalkeeping error by Wojciech Szczesny to net an 89th minute winner for the Blues.

Nikola Zigic had given Birmingham a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute, before Robin van Persie equalized before half-time...

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Arsenal Vs Birmingham: Theo Walcott Will Miss Carling Cup Final - Arsene Wenger

Sunday, Feb 27 2011
Arsenal manager has confirmed that Theo Walcott will miss the Carling Cup final clash with Birmingham in Wembley.
Arsenal take on Birmingham tonight with an opportunity of clinching their first silverware in almost six years. However, the Gunners are facing a late injury crisis with Cesc Fabregas doubtful and Theo Walcott out of the game.

"He has an ankle...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham: Rest Assured We Can Win The Carling Cup Final – McLeish

Sunday, Feb 27 2011
Sunday, February 27 is a gigantic day for Birmingham City who haven’t clinched any major trophy since 1963. But Alex McLeish’s side affronts Arsenal in the Carling Cup final today with great belief.
The very last time Birmingham City made it this far in a major cup tournament was back in 2001 when they finished as runners-up behind Liverpool in a thrilling Carling Cup final. Darren Purse had forced the game to go into extra-time with a 90th minute...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham City: Carling Cup Final – Facts, Analysis, Team News And More

Sunday, Feb 27 2011
The Arsenal vs Birmingham City Carling Cup final match at the Wembley Stadium is not just a simple League Cup final. In this article, Live Soccer TV highlights interesting facts and reminders.
Probably, football fans are presently more concerned in receiving information related to both Arsenal and Birmingham’s team status, as well reading quotes from dangerous participants of the clash. Yet, historical reality also has a huge influence...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham City Preview

Saturday, Feb 26 2011
Arsenal have a golden opportunity to end a five year trophy drought when they face Birmingham City in the Carling Cup Final on Sunday.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger told BBC Sport his team will be focused on the task ahead of them at Wembley Stadium. “What is important is not what happened in the last five years, but what we can do now,” Wenger told BBC Sport.

The Gunners...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham City Carling Cup Final: “Cesc Could Play This Weekend”

Friday, Feb 25 2011
Cesc Fabregas’ personal trainer has got some good news for Arsenal supporters and for the player ahead of Sunday’s Carling Cup final against Birmingham City.
Late on Thursday, Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger had ruled out the possibility of featuring Cesc Fabregas on the pitch this weekend. The manager described the skipper’s problem as being “a very small injury” but he explained that it would require an indefinite...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham City: Fabregas’ Carling Cup Final Dream Is Over

Friday, Feb 25 2011
There will be no Cesc Fabregas for Arsenal against Birmingham City on Sunday, according to Arsene Wenger. The Arsenal coach’s decision has put an end to the skipper’s Carling Cup final dream.
On Wednesday night, Arsene Wenger claimed that it would take some time to assess Fabregas’ hamstring injury. The midfielder had actually picked it up during Arsenal’s English Premier League match against Stoke City.

Fabregas eventually missed...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham: Fabregas Dying To Play In Carling Cup Final

Thursday, Feb 24 2011
Cesc Fabregas' health has suffered a big blow ahead of Sunday’s Arsenal vs Birmingham City Carling Cup final. But the Gunners' skipper has vowed not to let his injury shatter his long-time dream.
The medical team hasn’t given any report as of now concerning Cesc Fabregas’ availability for this weekend’s cup match. What has been understood so far is that the midfielder is suffering from a hamstring injury which he sustained in the early moments...

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Arsenal vs Birmingham City: Walcott “Definitely Out” Of Carling Cup Final

Thursday, Feb 24 2011
Theo Walcott has been ruled out of this weekend’s Carling Cup final. An injury has deprived the winger from participating in Arsenal’s 6-year title drought battle against Birmingham City at Wembley.
When Arsenal played Stoke City on Wednesday night in the English Premier League, Theo Walcott had to be stretched off towards the end of the game after hurting himself through a Dean Whitehead challenge. Coach Arsene Wenger quickly sorted out the issue...

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Arsenal, Birmingham City meet in Carling Cup Final live on Fox Soccer.

Wednesday, Feb 23 2011
Favored Gunners Return to Wembley Seeking First Trophy Since 2005 FA Cup. Carling Cup Final Live - February 27 on Fox.
Los Angeles (Feb. 23, 2011)– FOX Soccer will provide coverage of the season’s first quest for silverware – the Carling Cup final between Arsenal and Birmingham City from Wembley Stadium -- on Sunday, Feb. 27.

Arsenal and Birmingham City, which...

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Birmingham City vs West Ham United Report

Thursday, Jan 27 2011
Birmingham City produced a dramatic comeback to beat West Ham United in extra time and reach the Carling Cup Final.
Birmingham beat West Ham to win 3-1 on the night (4-3 aggregate) and will advance to face Arsenal at Wembley Stadium in the Final.

Carlton Cole opened the scoring to give West Ham a 3-1 aggregate lead, and have the Hammers seemingly on course to...

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Birmingham City vs West Ham United Preview

Tuesday, Jan 25 2011
West Ham United can relieve the pressure on manager Avram Grant by advancing past Birmingham City and into the Carling Cup Final on Wednesday night.
West Ham will take a one goal lead into the game at St. Andrew’s, after winning the first leg of this Carling Cup Semi-Final 2-1 at Upton Park.

Victory for either team will present these players with the chance to write a significant chapter in...

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West Ham United vs Birmingham City Report

Wednesday, Jan 12 2011
A late error by young Birmingham City goalkeeper Ben Foster gifted West Ham a 2-1 edge after the first leg of their Carling Cup Semi-Final clash.
Liam Ridgewell had cancelled out West Ham midfielder Mark Noble’s opener, before Foster allowed Carlton Cole’s shot to squirm through his grasp in the 78th minute. West Ham scored their late winner despite having been reduced to 10 men when Victor Obinna...

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West Ham United vs Birmingham City Preview

Monday, Jan 10 2011
West Ham United and Birmingham City will clash in the first leg of their Carling Cup semi-final on Tuesday night.
Reaching the final of this competition will present fans of either club with a chance to celebrate winning their first trophy in a long time. West Ham’s last trophy was the 1980 FA Cup, while Birmingham fans have endured an even longer drought. The...

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Inter Milan Willing To Sweat To Sign Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas

Wednesday, Oct 13 2010
Inter Milan are already thinking about the January transfer window. The Italian giants want Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas, according to local reports.
There’s a huge belief that the captain of the Gunners will not be seen at the Emirates next season following the transfer saga which involved Barcelona earlier this summer. It’s all but clear that Cesc Fabregas is hoping to quit Arsenal in the near future...

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Aston Villa vs. Birmingham City Match Preview

Friday, Apr 23 2010
It’s a Birmingham derby this weekend as Birmingham City travel across town to play their city neighbors Aston Villa at Villa Park. Sixth place Villa are on track to qualify for European football next season. Ninth place Birmingham are winless in seven matches. What better way to turn their fortunes around than a derby victory?
Aston Villa come into their derby match with Birmingham this weekend having won three of their last five league games and with consecutive wins over Portsmouth and Hull City in their most recent two matches.

Villa’s 0-2 victory over Hull...

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Birmingham City vs. Liverpool Match Preview

Saturday, Apr 3 2010
Its must win time for Liverpool if they are to catch up to fourth place Tottenham. For Birmingham, however, the pressure is off. They’ve already achieved their goal of Premier League survival.
Birmingham City host Liverpool this weekend and although Birmingham manager Alex McLeish’s men have only one win in their last six matches in all competitions, they’re 13 games unbeaten at home.

The Blues did well to preserve their...

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Birmingham City vs. Arsenal Match Preview

Friday, Mar 26 2010
Arsenal travel to Birmingham this weekend to play in a game that is far more important to the Gunners’ season than it is to Birmingham’s.
Birmingham City, so promising earlier in the season, have suffered two consecutive defeats. They lost 3-1 to Sunderland away at the weekend and then on Wednesday they lost 2-1 away to Blackburn Rovers.

Birmingham City manager Alex McLeish will...

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Chelsea vs. Birmingham City Match Preview

Tuesday, Jan 26 2010
Despite their dominance so far this season, Chelsea now sit third in the Premier League table behind Manchester United and Arsenal. A win against Birmingham could put them back on top. Birmingham manager Alex McLeish and his men are on a rip-roaring fifteen game undefeated streak and now sit 8th in the league. A victory against Chelsea could move them to 7th, even with rivals Aston Villa.
Chelsea’s Nicolas Anelka got his first FA Cup goal of the season while Daniel Sturridge got his third as Chelsea cruised to an FA Cup 4th Round victory over Preston on Saturday. In the league Chelsea are now 3rd behind Manchester United and Arsenal...

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