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Guardian - Sun Mar 4 10:53 PM
• Henry and Gary Neville questioned Liverpool for buying player • Oxlade-Chamberlain man of the match in 2-0 win over Newcastle Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain said he was stung by criticism from Thierry Henry and Gary Neville on leaving Arsenal but believes he has made the pair look “a bit stupid” with...
Guardian - Sun Mar 4 6:00 PM
• Frenchman admits Brighton reverse has ended top-four hopes • Four defeats in a row spell worst Arsenal sequence since 2002 Arsène Wenger admitted Arsenal’s hopes of a top-four Premier League finish were over, after watching them lose 2-1 at Brighton & Hove Albion. The club lag 13 points behind...
Guardian - Sun Mar 4 6:00 PM
Spirited Brighton throw visitors’ lack of personality into a stark light to leave their season hinging on a daunting trip to Milan It was the body language that damned Arsenal most of all. The hunching of the shoulders and shuffled attempts to retreat into position, internationals of considerable...
Guardian - Sun Mar 4 4:43 PM
The chant from the Arsenal supporters cut through the south coast air and it laid bare the bitter frustration and the overall sense of helplessness. “We want Wenger out, ” they bellowed. It was the 34th minute, their team was 2-0 down to Chris Hughton’s well-drilled Brighton & Hove Albion and all...
Guardian - Sun Mar 4 12:42 PM
Updates from the 1.30pm GMT kick-off at the Amex Stadium Daniel Taylor: Wenger still deserves proper send-off Hughton’s honest approach strikes chord at Brighton And you can email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarris 12.28pm GMT Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. Sometime in the early 90s, ar...
Guardian - Sat Mar 3 8:12 PM
It is never easy planning a long goodbye but that is what Arsenal must do now and how much might the mood shift at the Emirates if everyone knows for sure this is his last season? Take a walk around the Emirates Stadium and it is difficult to think of another football ground in the world where th...
Guardian - Sat Mar 3 9:13 AM
Arsène Wenger has been well and truly humbled after back-to-back thrashings at the hands of Manchester City. Arsenal now, if they didn’t quite before, look completely broken and Brighton will be rubbing their hands with glee, not just for warmth, at the very realistic prospect of an important win...
Guardian - Fri Mar 2 7:18 PM
During a meeting this week one senior player came close to tears as the anger and helplessness about Arsenal’s decline was laid bare. It also showed Arsène Wenger’s time is up The speech was delivered by one of the senior players in the Arsenal dressing room but he did not finish it. He was too c...
Guardian - Fri Mar 2 10:46 AM
• Juventus believe they can seal summer deal to sign Bellerín • Right-back questioning his career direction at Arsenal Héctor Bellerín is a prime summer transfer target for Juventus. The Arsenal right-back has come to question his career direction in north London and Juventus believe they can clo...
Guardian - Thu Mar 1 10:16 PM
Wenger’s side used to bounce back from bad results but at the Emirates they showed frailties evident in Carabao Cup final Contrary to recent evidence though it may seem, this was the most un-Arsenal of outcomes. The bigger disappointments of the past decade have generally been followed by flicker...
Guardian - Thu Mar 1 10:16 PM
The countdown has started. Manchester City now need just five wins from their remaining 10 games to secure a third Premier League title in seven years. If everything goes as serenely as it has done for most of the season, they could sew it up at Tottenham on the night of Saturday 14 April. Circle...
Guardian - Thu Mar 1 6:49 PM
Premier League updates from the 7.45pm GMT kick-off David Squires on … City, Arsenal and political prisoners And feel free to email Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 6.49pm GMT Great news! The 3, 000 stewards have turned up, and the game is definitely happening. Better than that, we know exactly who’...
Guardian - Thu Mar 1 9:58 AM
Today’s rumours are in for the long haul You might think Jack Wilshere is the most overrated player on the planet. You might think he was the best 17-year-old you have ever seen play in the flesh, after Kieron Dyer, but accept that injuries have taken that crucial extra few per cent away. You mig...
Guardian - Wed Feb 28 12:50 PM
Argentinian can reach 200 goals for the club on Thursday at Arsenal and has proved his worth to Pep Guardiola this season as he has to all his managers in his seven years in Manchester On Thursday night at the Emirates Sergio Agüero has the chance to reach a landmark 200th goal for Manchester Cit...
Guardian - Wed Feb 28 11:16 AM
• Arsenal manager surprised at reaction to Carabao Cup final defeat • Wenger has one year left on his contract but faces summer review Arsène Wenger has reminded his numerous critics that he “turned the whole world down to respect my contracts” at Arsenal, as he expressed his surprise and frustra...
Guardian - Tue Feb 27 11:40 AM
Our resident cartoonist looks back at the League Cup final in which Pep Guardiola won his first trophy in England and Arsenal made a young fan cry View all of David’s cartoons here Continue reading
Guardian - Mon Feb 26 8:00 PM
Arsène Wenger’s side were beaten by Manchester City at Wembley – in a cup final where the losers were so instantly and unequivocally the story An odd thing happened at Wembley as Manchester City’s players celebrated their EFL Cup final win at the final whistle. Turning away from the gleeful blue...
Guardian - Mon Feb 26 4:56 PM
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger was on the losing side again as his side were defeated by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday. The Frenchman has won the FA Cup seven times along with three Premier League trophies, but the League Cup and European success still eludes him Continue reading
Guardian - Mon Feb 26 10:14 AM
Arsenal’s tactics rattled Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final until an error allowed Agüero to score – though City may be good enough to win in the face of any barriers Football is full of Sliding Doors moments. What if Paul Gascoigne had stretched two inches further and got his toe to that...