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Bright summer leaves Wenger beaming

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
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Wenger: Suarez not too good for us

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique feels for his new teammate Luis Suarez, and says that he must be patient.

Arsene Wenger has rejected Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard's claims that Luis Suarez was too good to join Arsenal.

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Arsenal twice tried to activate the striker's buyout clause last summer but saw both bids turned down, and Gerr...

 Posted by Andrew Mangan
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Arsenal beaming thanks to bright summer

The signing of Alexis Sanchez has Wenger pleased, but there's still plenty of angst about the new season.
Alexis Sanchez's arrival -- with the prospect of more signings to come -- has added to the feel-good factor for Arsenal.

The difference in mood at Arsenal compared to this time last year is hard to fathom. Back then fans were still waiting, some patiently and some not so much, for the club to spend some money. Yaya Sanogo had arrived on a free transfer, but no money had changed hands and no further additions to the ...

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Vermaelen could still leave Arsenal

Arsenal unveiled their two newest signings, Calum Chambers and David Ospina. Chambers, 19, joins from Southampton and is amazed to have joined Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger has suggested that reported Manchester United target Thomas Vermaelen could leave Arsenal.

- McNicholas: Arsenal's ex files

Vermaelen has attracted interest from both United and Barcelona over the summer and his manager has previously shown uncertainty over whether the defender will re...

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Pellegrini unraveling enigmatic Dzeko

Edin Dzeko joined Manchester City in 2011. After a slow start, he has become an integral part of the team.

When Edin Dzeko scored the equaliser for manager Roberto Mancini's Manchester City side in their famous back-from-the-dead title win in 2012, few would have expected what happened next. I'm not talking about Sergio Aguero's league-winning strike -- many people genuinely felt with the score at 2-1...

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The best of English football's also-rans

Kevin Keegan's Newcastle side let a 12-point lead at the top slip.

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Twelve years ago, ahead of a first competitive return to Newcastle United since leaving in 1997, the then Manchester City manager posed the question so many ...