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UEFA Champions League updates: 17-23 November

The latest from the 32 clubs

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by Newsdesk - 17/11/2014
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Mikel Arteta is looking forward to a big week at Arsenal FC, telling the club website: "We have two games against Manchester United and Dortmund at home and if we get the crowd with us from the start and get the results then it will be a very different story again.

After three successive wins, Arsenal let slip a three-goal lead to draw with RSC Anderlecht on matchday four before losing at Swansea City AFc. "A week ago, after three wins in a row, the place was getting back to normal with everyone looking happy; then after two disappointing results, [it's down]," Arteta said. "It is a rollercoaster at the moment but we need to manage the emotion because this is a long-term situation and we need to be where we want to be in April and May, so let’s be patient."

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Axel Ruppert, Munich

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Joseph Walker, Madrid

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Steffen Potter, Frankfurt

Stoyan Georgiev, Sofia

Sujay Dutt, Stockholm

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