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Anthony Taylor to referee 2017 FA Cup final

Anthony Taylor will referee the 2017 FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea -- the same official Arsene Wenger clashed with earlier this season.

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Trending: Messi stars as Barca beat Real

Lionel Messi scored his 500th Barcelona goal as his side won El Clasico 3-2 vs. Real Madrid, while Arsenal beat Man City to reach the FA Cup final.

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Lloris proud of Spurs despite FA Cup defeat

Spurs were beaten 4-2 at Wembley -- a record seventh consecutive FA Cup semifinal defeat -- and Lloris said he felt Chelsea's experience had told.

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Winners and losers in new formation

Arsenal's move to three at the back has created some winners and losers. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is thriving but Theo Walcott doesn't have a place.

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Wenger: Ox is 'a revelation' at wing-back

Arsene Wenger says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been "a revelation" in a wing-back position after his starring role against Manchester City.

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FA Cup boost gives Chelsea the edge

Beating rivals Tottenham in the FA Cup while exercising what a strong squad Chelsea have has given the Blues the edge in the title race.

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Toure hits out at referees after cup defeat

Toure was angered after referee Craig Pawson ruled out what seemed a good first-half goal for City as they were beaten 2-1 in extra time.

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Has Pep Guardiola been found out?

The death of this team or the death of Pep Guardiola's philosophy? City's FA Cup woe has made this a terribly poor debut season for the Catalan.

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Ramsey: We want to win cup for Wenger

Aaron Ramsey hopes Arsenal can win the FA Cup for manager Arsene Wenger after coming from behind to reach the final at Manchester City's expense.

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'Animal' Alexis staying at Arsenal - Wenger

Arsene Wenger is confident that Alexis Sanchez, fresh off his FA Cup semifinal heroics, will be at the club next season.

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Wenger's Wembley win, Liverpool collapse

Iain Macintosh picks his tops and flops from another fascinating weekend in the Premier League as well as a pair of fascinating FA Cup semifinals.

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Aguero solid, Man City poor vs. Arsenal

Man City's strong start gave way to a weak finish as they lost the FA Cup semifinal with Arsenal in extra time.

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3dMattias Karen

Arsenal proved doubters wrong - Wenger

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praised his players for proving the doubters wrong by coming from behind to beat Manchester City in the FA Cup semifinal.

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3dMark Ogden

Wenger gets the better of Guardiola

Arsenal's manager was vindicated as his decision to play three at the back paid off. For Man City's boss, however, defeat means a trophyless season.

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3dAndrew Mangan

Monreal superb as Arsenal reach final

Nacho Monreal, Rob Holding and Alexis Sanchez typified Arsenal's spirit as they reached the FA Cup final.