Arsène Wenger Hits New Low After Embarrassing Defeat at Bradford

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Arsène Wenger's turbulent season suffered fresh embarrassment as Arsenal were knocked out of the Capital One Cup quarter-finals by Bradford City of League Two. The Arsenal manager picked almost a full-strength side to enhance the club's prospects of a first trophy for seven years but they departed the competition after a penalty shootout.



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Bradford City's Record Breakers Aim to Put Arsenal on The Spot

Phil Parkinson's is not a name that tends to crop up when future England managers are discussed, though in one sense at least the Bradford City coach might be an ideal candidate. His side boast a proud record, and it is an English record, of winning their last eight penalty shootouts, and no City fan would mind in the slightest were the run to be extended to nine in Tuesday night's Capital One Cup quarter-final against Arsenal.