It's taken a while, but an Arsenal has happened at Arsenal. Cazorla is out for three months. Oh dear.
Jamie Vardy makes the cut. Wayne Rooney does not for the first time in the competition's history.
"I don't think you can put into words the feelings you get playing week in and week out," says Wilshere.
Arsenal fans booed them at the Emirates Stadium after defeat to Southampton. Wenger has his say.
Wenger says Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo is currently sidelined with a "secret problem" in his calf.
Southampton outclassed a much-changed Arsenal side to march into the League Cup semi-finals...
Emmanuel Petit is "surprised" that more former players are not among Arsenal's coaching staff.
"It did not make me laugh. We are in a democracy, people can say what they want, but there are limits." Brilliant.
"It's starting to become a lot for him," says Olivier Giroud of Mathieu Debuchy. No wonder.
Arsene Wenger was desperate to sign Oleksandr Zinchenko, apparently. City won the race.
Another game won, another Man of the Match award. How long can Sanchez's incredible energy supplies last?
"I want to get 10 so I can get a coffee machine for Christmas from my wife!" That's his secret. There you go.
Serge Gnabry has developed more in the four months since leaving Arsenal than he did in five years with them.
Wenger thought something like this would happen if he started Debuchy. So he started Debuchy.
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