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Arsenal need of new blood and summer could bring major changes

Arsene Wenger credits Arsenal for taking the game to a 'nervous' Ostersunds side in their comprehensive victory.

Though there's plenty of this season left to run and Arsenal still have the chance to procure silverware from two competitions (Carabao Cup and Europa League), the summer of 2018 is bound to be in the planning stages at this point.

It remains to be seen if Arsene Wenger will be the man in charge of the team. Success -- or indeed lack of it -- could see him depart with 12 months of his contract remaining, although he last week signalled his intention to see out the duration of his deal.

January...

 By Chris Wright

West Ham defender Patrice Evra drives taxi to work

In a bid to brighten up a drab and drizzly Monday morning, Patrice Evra once again spread the positive vibes via Instagram on his way into training.

Having signed for West Ham a week or so ago, it was perhaps fitting that the French left-back filmed the video from the seat of his new car -- a sparkling silver London taxi.

And just like a real cab driver, the 36-year-old even brought a "grumpy" passenger along for the ride in the shape of his older brother, Dominique.

"I'm crazy mate! On my way to...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

VAR: Offside is an objective decision, not a 'clear and obvious error'

Amid the controversy surrounding Juan Mata's disallowed goal in the FA Cup, Gab Marcotti explains why criticism of the VAR system is misguided.
After VAR cancelled out Juan Mata's goal in Manchester United's 2-0 win over Huddersfield in the FA Cup, former referee Peter Walton discusses how and when VAR should be used.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley examines Juan Mata's disallowed goal from Man United's FA Cup win and labels the use of VAR an 'unmitigated shambles.'
Man United's Juan Mata talks all sides of his first encounter with 'Mr. VAR' after his goal was questionably ruled out against Huddersfield.

There has been a big misconception this week around Video Assistant Referees (VAR) and the offside rule.

The drama centred around Juan Mata's disallowed goal in Manchester United's FA Cup tie with Huddersfield, with the VAR ruling that the Spaniard's kneecap was just in front of the last defender. We won't get much closer calls.

Most of the postmatch discussion has concentrated on whether the VAR should have been used. But what are the key issues here?

Offside is an objective decision

This is...

 By Steven Kelly

Andrew Robertson making the most of his opportunity to shine with Liverpool

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp said Sadio Mane is finally back to his best after Liverpool thrashed Porto 5-0.
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp said Sadio Mane is finally back to his best after Liverpool thrashed Porto 5-0.

Though Liverpool's forwards grab the headlines -- even Sadio Mane scored a hat trick at Porto last Wednesday -- another player is delighting the fans for different reasons.

Left-back was always a thorny position for the Reds. There have been poor players, like Andrea Dossena and Paul Konchesky; there have been unlucky players, like Fabio Aurelio and Jim Beglin. Even the most consistent of them, John Arne Riise, could infuriate at times with rare consensus over whether he was really a defender or...

 By Mark Worrall

Chelsea strength of character faces toughest test yet vs. Barcelona

Catch up on all the stats and storylines you need to know about ahead of one of the biggest ties of the round of 16 in the Champions League.

With a much-needed positive vibe restored in the Chelsea camp following successive home victories at Stamford Bridge over bottom of the table West Brom in the Premier League and Championship strugglers Hull City in the FA Cup, the big question now is do the Blues have the ability, and perhaps more importantly the strength of character, to overcome infinitely better opponents?

The answer is close to hand. In their next three games, Chelsea host Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday and then...

Paul Pogba and Man United stuck together but need to work on relationship

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho discusses the issues he's facing in choosing his starting XI for the Champions League.
Jose Mourinho explains why Paul Pogba did not play in Manchester United's FA Cup win at Huddersfield and won't commit to him being in the squad against Sevilla or Chelsea.
The FC crew examine Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United amid reports of a rift with Jose Mourinho and interest from Real Madrid.

Only Paul Pogba will know whether he is truly happy, or otherwise, at Manchester United, but the only certainty about the France midfielder's situation is that he really has nowhere else to go than Old Trafford.

Like it or not, Pogba is stuck with Jose Mourinho and Mourinho is stuck with Pogba. The 24-year-old may be one of the most highly-rated players in the world, but you would do well to find a club that is willing and able to give United their money back on a player they signed from Juventus...