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 Posted by PA Sport
2 hours ago

Arsene Wenger hails Abou Diaby's "giant" mental strength

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been left with defensive problems after Mathieu Debuchy was ruled out for three months with an ankle injury.

Manager Arsene Wenger is confident the "giant" character of fit-again midfielder Abou Diaby can help Arsenal see off the challenge of Southampton in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night.

Diaby, 28, is one of several players likely to be drafted in by Wenger, who will make full use of the squad ahead of Saturday's north London Premier League derby against Tottenham.

The midfielder has been plagued by injury setbacks since joining Arsenal eight seasons ago, suffering a horrific broken ankle in a tackle...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
3 hours ago

Martinez: We're ready for Merseyside derby

Everton manager Roberto Martinez speaks to his team's preparedness for Tuesday's Capital One Cup game against Swansea and Saturday's Merseyside derby at Anfield.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
6 hours ago

Has bad boy Balotelli banished?

A police probe this week into racist abuse on Twitter sees Mario Balotelli's name in the headlines again, but Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers sees only a player committed to doing well.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
7 hours ago

EPL winners and losers: Week 5

The ESPN FC panel discuss who were the winners and losers of week 5 in the English Premier League after a series of surprising defeats.

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7 hours ago

Vincent Kompany: Frank Lampard is a perfect fit for Manchester City

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol discuss Frank Lampard's professionalism after scoring against his former club, Chelsea.

Vincent Kompany believes Frank Lampard and Manchester City are a perfect fit for one another -- and thinks the 36-year-old proved it with a goal that the Belgian believes could have a huge impact on their season.

The veteran midfielder opened his City account against his former club Chelsea to earn the Premier League champions a 1-1 draw on Sunday.

Without Lampard's strike, City would have been eight points behind league leaders Chelsea after five games and Kompany feels it could prove crucial in...