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Wenger: The nerves were there

FA Cup: Arsene Wenger reacts following his Arsenal side earning their first FA Cup trophy since 2005.

(01:20) | May 19, 2014

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Wenger apologises

FA Cup: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger apologises to the Arsenal faithfuls for the poor start to the FA Cup final.

(01:23) | May 18, 2014

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Winterburn: Wenger must build on cup win

FA Cup: Former Arsenal footballer Nigel Winterburn believes Arsene Wenger and Arsenal must continue to move forward following their FA Cup victory.

(01:52) | May 18, 2014

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Thousands celebrate Arsenal's FA Cup victory

FA Cup: Arsenal celebrated their FA Cup victory with an open-top bus parade in front of thousands of fans on Sunday.

(01:04) | May 18, 2014

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Winterburn felt nervous for Arsenal

FA Cup: Former Arsenal defender Nigel Winterburn weighs in on the Gunners's FA Cup victory over Hull City.

(01:03) | May 18, 2014

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Arsenal win FA Cup

FA Cup: Shaka Hislop reacts to a match where Arsenal came back from two goals down to claim their first silverware in nine years.

(01:11) | May 17, 2014

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Gibbs aiming to end nine year wait

FA Cup: Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs believes that Arsenal are focused ahead of their FA Cup Final against Hull.

(01:50) | May 16, 2014

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Vermaelen not thinking about Birmingham result

FA Cup: Arsenal club captain Thomas Vermaelen believes that the team are focussed on ending their barren spell of nine years without winning a trophy.

(01:54) | May 15, 2014

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Wenger calm on trophy wait

FA Cup: Arsene Wenger believes his players won't be too affected by the club's nine year wait to win a major trophy once they take to the field in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

(01:43) | May 14, 2014

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