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3 hrs ago | Evening News
Norwich powered to the top of the Championship standings after another second half supershow sunk battling Brentford at Griffin Park on Tuesday night. Neil Adams' men followed up their comeback weekend league win at Cardiff with another hugely impressive offering following a sustained onslaught from the Bees during the opening period.
7 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Liverpool's Mario Balotelli, left, celebrates with teammates after scoring against Ludogorets during the Champions League Group B soccer match between Liverpool and Ludogorets. Photo / AP Steven Gerrard converted a penalty in the third minute of stoppage time to earn Liverpool a 2-1 victory over Ludogorets Razgrad in the Champions League after a frantic finish to the Group B game at Anfield this morning.
9 hrs ago | Business News
Arsenal took on Borussia Dortmund at the Signal Iduna Park this evening, Tuesday, buoyed by their 2-2 display against Manchester City on Saturday. However, their performance against the Bundesliga giants was a contrast in style as not only was Arsene Wenger's 4-1-4-1 formation guilty of allowing Dortmund to counter-attack at the end of the first-half, but such a break saw BvB capitalise by taking the lead.
11 hrs ago | Football365
Mesut Ozil is in a season-long slump, The Sun pick and choose the Brendan Rodgers quotes that fit their story and Rio is so very funny... It's not John Terry's fault that he hasn't apologised to Anton Ferdinand, Rob Shepherd speaks out about the lack of principles in Newcastle and more... Another Fine Mes The Daily Mail's obsession with Mesut Ozil - whose name appears seven times on the MailOnline's football homepage alone - is fast bordering on the unhealthy. Not only does Matt Barlow dedicate his Arsenal preview to a lengthy 'TIME TO STEP IT UP, MR OZIL' diatribe .
15 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Gunnerblog's James McNicholas has the lowdown on the youngster who could find himself in the Arsenal first team against Dortmund This evening, he could make his Champions League debut against Borussia Dortmund. It's been a suitably rapid rise for the fleet-footed full-back.
16 hrs ago | Goal.com
The Gunners put in a resilient performance last November which hinted at big things to come, but could be without the defensive players required to repeat the trick Jurgen Klopp gave an illuminating indication of what he expected from Arsene Wenger prior to Arsenal's clash with Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League last year. "He likes having the ball, playing football, passes... it's like an orchestra," he said of the Frenchman, for whom he holds great admiration.
16 hrs ago | This Is London
Chelsea are set to confirm they have agreed a new five-year contract with Belgium star Eden Hazard that will make him the highest paid player at the club. Hull twice went in front, through goals from debutants Abel Hernandez and Mohamed Diame, but Enner Valencia's stunning long-range strike and Curtis Davies' own goal ensured West Ham returned to London with a deserved point.
18 hrs ago | Goal.com
The German has revealed he didn't expect Louis Van Gaal to allow the Japan international to leave Old Trafford Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he was surprised that Manchester United were willing to let Shinji Kagawa leave the club. The Japan international left BVB for Old Trafford two years ago but returned to his old club after two frustrating seasons in England and marked his second debut with a goal in Saturday's win over Freiburg.
22 hrs ago | Times of Oman
FABIO Capello's reign as manager of England is not remembered with much fondness. For the extravagant sum of A 24 million he oversaw a wretched 2010 World Cup campaign in South Africa that, in the shape of a 1-0 win over Slovenia, featured one of the worst performances by the national team in living memory.
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 grabs point for West Ham at Hull after Valencia's 70mph screamer and Diame's goal against old club After dedicating United's first win of the season to his wife, boss Louis treats Mrs Van Gaal to birthday lunch... and then a night out at the Under 21s Remember me, Louis? Januzaj bags treble for the Under 21s in front of watching Van Gaal... and A 30m Shaw is back in action, too Pardew knows Toon must deliver in ... (more)
Ivory Coast international Gervinho, 27, made his name in France with Le Mans and then Lille, where he worked with manager Rudi Garcia and thrived, scoring 36 goals in 93 games to become one of the most dangerous players in France with his pace and goalscoring ability. Unsurprisingly, his exploits with Lille resulted in an 11m move to Arsenal - but things weren't quite as successful for Gervinho in North London.
The German club and the Premier League giants clashed with each other in Europe's premier club competition last season. For Arsenal's 2014 World Cup trio Mesut Ozil, Per Mertesacker and Lukas Podolski it will be a return to their homeland Germany after leading their country to success in Brazil in the summer.
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.
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 More bad news for Arsene Wenger ahead of tomorrow night's Champions League group stage match at Borussia Dortmund - Debuchy's deputy at right-back, Calum Chambers, missed training today.
The Gunners No.10 showed great resilience and spirit to drive his team forward against the champions after they had gone a goal down, writes John Cross Michael Owen used to score goals in bursts, David Beckham was so naturally fit he could run all day and Frank Lampard showed on Saturday that he needs games to get back into his groove. Jack Wilshere reckons it takes him "five or six games" to get to his best which would explain why he's hitting some form now .
Both sides emerged out of the same group last season but Arsene Wenger insists recent meetings between the two clubs will have no impact on Tuesday's fixture Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal will renew acquaintances when the Champions League group stage begins on Tuesday. The two sides have been drawn in the same group for the second season in succession, with both having qualified for the knockout stages last term.
Arsenal will be looking to win in Dortmund for the second season running, while the opening night of the Champions League group stage also sees Liverpool 's return and last season's runners-up Atletico Madrid in action. Under previous coach Antonio Conte, Juventus failed to reproduce their dominant domestic form in Europe so Massimiliano Allegri will know the importance of beginning with a win against Malmo in Turin.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 08:05 pm
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