Wenger wants an easier ride

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Arsene Wenger hopes Arsenal do not put his emotions through the mangle again when they look to continue their winning run at Everton tonight.

The Gunners head to Goodison Park on the back of five straight Barclays Premier League wins which have catapulted them up into the top four. Arsenal have come from behind in four of those games, the latest with a dramatic stoppage-time winner from Thomas Vermaelen to beat Newcastle 2-1 at Emirates Stadium last Monday night.

"Every time we were behind and every time we have shown outstanding spirit. It is not fantastic for your emotions, but overall when it finishes well you accept to suffer," Wenger told Arsenal Player.

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Thomas Vermaelen
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Newcastle United

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