- Fri Oct 27 10:30 PM
• Manager claims he is more hungry than ever for success at the Emirates • ‘I’ve always got something to prove, ’ Frenchman says before Swansea’s visit Arsène Wenger has described Brexit as an example of knee-jerk British society, in which the heat of the moment is all‑consuming and the longer-te...
- Fri Oct 27 5:17 PM
Swansea have developed the reputation as a tough nut to crack and it has not gone unnoticed at Arsenal that they have conceded only once on their Premier League travels this season. Arsène Wenger knows that patience will be a virtue but he has demanded that his players show pace and positivity in...
- Thu Oct 26 11:30 AM
Scoring spectacular goals has never been a problem for Trundle, but his sweetest strike of all came in the Football League Trophy final in Cardiff His showreel is teeming with tricks and flicks, feints, shoulder rolls and keepie-uppies. His showboating put bums on seats in one sense and swept sup...
- Tue Oct 24 9:41 PM
Manchester United coasted into the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup as the holders and five-times winners comfortably picked off Swansea City. José Mourinho had questioned the attitude of his players after the Premier League defeat at Huddersfield Town on Saturday but this thoroughly professiona...
- Tue Oct 24 6:59 PM
Updates from the last-16 tie at the Liberty Stadium Live scores: all the goals as they go in around Europe Email Barry here . Or tweet him if you like @bglendenning 6.59pm BST Sergio Romero, Victor Lindelof, Axel Tuanzebe and Scott McTominay all start for Manchester United. Paul Clement makes eig...
- Mon Oct 23 8:18 AM
Arsène Wenger must continue with golden front trio; Christopher Schindler was a great buy for Huddersfield; Manchester City defence is as key as their attack This was the first time Arsène Wenger had started Mesut Özil, Alexandre Lacazette and Alexis Sánchez in his XI. Yet until Everton went down...
- Sun Oct 22 8:34 PM
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- Sat Oct 21 5:12 PM
For the second time this year the Leicester City players responded to the news that their manager had been sacked by picking up three points and producing the sort of performance that suggests there is not much that needs fine-tuning whenever Craig Shakespeare’s successor takes over. Who that wil...