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STEVEN GERRARD EXCLUSIVE: We're back in the Champions League, we're hungry and we can shock the best in Europe... and let them call Balotelli a nutter if they want, he is one of us now! He's played just 26 minutes for Arsenal in a Capital One Cup tie, but could Wenger be forced to plunge Bellerin, 19, into Champions League clash at Dortmund? Hazard in line to become Chelsea's highest-paid player with new five-year contract worth A 200,000 a week Four-goal thriller as Davies slip saves point for West Ham at Hull after Valencia's 70mph bullet and Diame's goal against old club Yet to be involved in an Arsenal strike this season, and without a goal of his own in 623 minutes... why it's time for off-form Ozil to start repaying his A 42.5m price tag Real Madrid chasing title No 11... but will City, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool triumph in the Champions League this season? Remember me, Louis? ... (more)
Arsene Wenger felt Jack Wilshere had answered his critics in the best possible way by inspiring Arsenal's recovery in their 2-2 home draw with Manchester City. Former England and Manchester United star Paul Scholes has been the most outspoken in questioning why Wilshere's development has stalled since making his debut for the Gunners in 2008.
Former England and Manchester United star Paul Scholes has been the most outspoken in questioning why Wilshere's development has stalled since making his debut in 2008. The 22-year-old issued the perfect response against the Barclays Premier League champions, reacting to Sergio Aguero's opener by lobbing Joe Hart before teeing up a sublime volley for Alexis Sanchez.
Harry Redknapp aside, it will be difficult for most football people not to be excited by Sunday's Manchester United debut for Radamel Falcao against QPR. The procession of genuine world-class talent to Spain has seemed like one-way traffic in recent years while the Premier League sat around waiting for the scraps left over from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Criticism comes just a week after Scholes questioned Roy Hodgson's decision to play Wilshere at the base of a diamond against Switzerland Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes believes Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger should shoulder some of the blame for Jack Wilshere's disappointing form. Scholes has been critical of Wilshere's development since he burst into the Gunners' first team as a talented 16-year-old back in 2006.
Manchester United's Former Manager Alex Ferguson chose photographs of key moments in the club's history for an auction to help Vietnamese children. The photos were displayed at Old Trafford, Tuesday, as Ferguson, 72, hosted a celebration of the 15th anniversary of the 'United for UNICEF' partnership.
Arsenal academy graduate Jack Wilshere has the makings of a top international player, according to Gary Neville , who recalls one Bolton Wanderers moment. The former Manchester United right back and recipient of 85 caps with England, has long believed that the Arsenal product has all the makings of an elite-level international - and the 39-year-old reminisced over the moment that convinced him the young Gunner could make it.
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Louis van Gaal, the Manchester United manager, has provided a brutal assessment of his decision to let Danny Welbeck leave Old Trafford, declaring that the player simply did not deliver to the same level as Wayne Rooney or Robin van Persie - who provide the "standard" the club expects.
Class of '92 out on the Wings as Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt meet up in Manchester With blossoming media, sport and business interests there was much for the class of '92 to catch up on a night out in Manchester. Manchester United legends Gary Neville and his brother Phil, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt met up at Wings restaurant on Thursday.
Today's news that Jonathan Greening is preparing to hang up his boots will bring fond memories of Jonno flooding back to The Hawthorns faithful. Greening, who joined in July 2004, regrets leaving in August 2009 and admits the best days of his career came at West Brom.
Well, think again, because the mailbox has long provided evidence to the contrary. Plus, more thoughts on international breaks and the future of Jack Wilshere... The morning mailbox contains ideas on how to solve the boredom of international football, why Ronaldo is supernatural and the musings of Dulwich hipsters... The season is only three games old but Diego Costa has already proved he can fill the void in Chelsea's attack.
Manchester United assistant boss Ryan Giggs says new manager Louis van Gaal will definitely be willing to give young, homegrown players a chance as he looks to revive the club's fortunes. United have spent heavily in the transfer market this summer and there was some disquiet among supporters when homegrown England forward Danny Welbeck was sold to Arsenal just before the transfer window closed.
Manchester United may have sold homegrown Danny Welbeck and spent over 150 million on imports but they will never abandon their policy of giving youngsters a chance, Ryan Giggs said on Wednesday. Assistant manager Giggs, who joined as a 14-year-old, made his debut aged 17 and retired as a player last season at 40 after nearly 1,000 matches, said they were proud of the youth system that "separates United from other clubs."
Manchester United's best XI? After six new signings and A 150m spent, our reporters pick the team to solve Van Gaal's puzzle 'How have Arsenal got Welbeck for A 16m? I can't work it out': Neville attacks Man United's transfer policy after Gunners swoop for England star on deadline day Carry on spending! Woodward admits Van Gaal can sign more in January... Liverpool sold A 50,000 worth of Balotelli shirts on the day the A 16m man signed, reveals CEO Ayre What ever happened to Gael Kakuta? Wonderkid dubbed the 'black Zidane' has been loaned out six times and hasn't kicked a ball for Chelsea in nearly FOUR YEARS He played 303 Premier League games... but do you recognise the star now paying A 3 a game to play for Welsh village team? Mata could leave Man United for Juventus in A 24m January deal... just a year after moving to Old Trafford Barthez's Luzenac dream is over after tiny French side ... (more)
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