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5 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Concerns over playing time have led Pedro to reassess his Barcelona future, and sources suggest Arsenal will be among those vying to give the attacker a route out of Catalan country this winter. According to Fichajes.net , the forward isn't hopeful of his chances improving once Luis Suarez 's ban comes to an end in October, presuming that his chances will be even fewer in number.
9 hrs ago | Daily Mail
While the superstars of Arsenal and Manchester City played out a thrilling 2-2 draw on the Emirates pitch on Saturday, there were a host of big names in attendance off it too. Lewis Hamilton and Samuel L Jackson, as well as Wretch 32 and Professor Green, made the trip to north London.
Well, what a match! I think we all need a breather after that one. A thoroughly entertaining game of football which ends in a draw.
England forward Danny Welbeck made his Arsenal debut in their entertaining Barclays Premier League 2-2 draw at home to Manchester City. The 23-year-old moved from City's local rivals Manchester United on transfer deadline day and here, Press Association Sport's Mark Bryans analyses his performance.
Thought the Welbeck revisionism had stopped? No siree. Plus we've found a 'new Cesc Fabregas' factory, and you'll never guess what Greg Dyke's been up to... In response to Thursday's Mediawatch, one reader has kindly emailed to point out that The Sun have already run a story about Mario Balotelli enjoying a cup of tea.
The arrival of Radamel Falcao at Manchester United has got many wondering just how Louis van Gaal will fit the Colombian into his team given the other striking options he has available. Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney will not expect to be dropped from their prominent roles in the United side, and although the scope is there for Van Gaal to play all three of his headline-making forwards, he's likely to revert to just using two of them for the majority of matches.
Mesut Ozil is arguably the most talented player in the Arsenal squad, but manager Arsene Wenger should leave him out of the side against Manchester City in the Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. That's the message from former Leicester City and Derby County midfielder Robbie Savage, who also advises the Frenchman not to include midfielder Mikel Arteta in his starting line-up because of the duo's lack of pace.
'Welbeck is not in the same league as Rooney and Van Persie and that is why we sold him'... as Arsenal's A 16m man settles in at his new club, Van Gaal delivers his brutal assessment of former striker He got the ball once and it was in the net... Lethal Falcao an instant hit at Old Trafford as Van Gaal lauds United signing Khan's lawyers in US and UK fight to have his visa reinstated ahead of Mayweather bout after boxer was turned back at Manchester Airport 'I hope to stay in Manchester for many years and make history at this club': Falcao eyes long-term stay at United WATCH The Ox mock 'Dat Guy Welbz', and then speak in Spanish, as slap-happy Serge targets Ozil AND Wilshere in behind-the-scenes footage from Arsenal shoot Van Gaal is strict and direct, but I am happy to be working with him again, says Blind after Old Trafford switch His former lover is suing him, 50 Cent is trying to ... (more)
The international break is finally over and the Arsenal players will start to return to the club ahead of this weekend's game against Manchester City. International breaks are dull, they bring very little joy and you spend most of the time worrying that your players are going to get injured.
He has never gone into a season with a weak midfield, and with good reason: The players in the center of the pitch make up the core of a team and largely control games. , who became the team's linchpin for nearly a decade.
Raheem Sterling, who was generally the best player on the pitch over the 90 minutes, drew the spot-kick when he was hauled to ground by Omar Elabdellaoui in the 67th minute.
Roy Hodgson's men huffed and - somewhat wheezily - puffed on their way to a less-than-convincing 1-0 win against an organised Norway side Ahead of next week's European qualifier with Switzerland, Roy Hodgson's England side host a friendly game with a Norwegian side not many people will know a great deal about.
Arsenal first-teamer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may be two years the senior of his international team-mate, Raheem Sterling of Liverpool, but renowned pundit Stan Collymore believes it is the latter who is the more polished out of the two prospects.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 02:00 pm
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