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Wenger needs a Plan B at Arsenal

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 By John Cross
3 hours ago

Reliable Tomas Rosicky should be given more playing time at Arsenal

Jack Wilshere has been ruled out of action for three months after having surgery on his ankle, Arsenal have confirmed.

Most seasons, normally around February or March, Arsenal call on an underused genius to save their campaign.

Step forward Tomas Rosicky. The 34-year-old Czech midfielder can be relied upon to be a star performer in the second half of the season as Arsenal chase a place in the top four or some silverware.

Rosicky provides experience, a steady head in midfield and some much needed quality. He can play wide, centrally, deep or in a more advanced midfield role.

In the past few seasons, Rosicky has been...

 By Tony Mabert
3 hours ago

Jack Wilshere's 'brittle' ankles, Lionel Messi's record, Cristiano Ronaldo row

The ESPN FC crew discuss Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi competing for the Champions League goal scoring record.

This week's roundup of the biggest and most unusual news stories features more Arsenal woe, more Messi record-breaking and Liverpool's goalkeeper being the butt of a very old joke.

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1. Wenger fends off more barbs (Monday, Nov. 24)

While Arsenal's Premier League clash with Manchester United lacked the wider significance of recent years, last Saturday's home defeat still sparked much consternation among Gunners fans. Alisher Usmanov, the club's second-biggest shareholder, seized his...

7 hours ago

Champions League chase a close race, but what's holding back contenders?

The ESPN FC crew discuss the chances Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers gets fired from Liverpool in the near future.

While Manchester United returned to the Champions League places after their 2-1 win over Arsenal on Saturday, manager Louis van Gaal was unwilling to declare it a return to their best.

In fact, he played down the performance of his side, even though it was his first away win in England and it came against a clear rival. There were simply too many flaws.

"The first 25 minutes we gave the ball away so silly," Van Gaal said. "That is not possible for a top team."

United's total points after the victory...

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1 day ago

Participating is the focus for English clubs in the Champions League

Matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League saw Messi shatter the goal record, Aguero save City and Zlatan's triumphant return.

Three wins and a draw: a much better week for English clubs in the Champions League than of late. Chelsea soared at Schalke, Manchester City were saved by the genius of Sergio Aguero, Arsenal tamed a tormentor in Borussia Dortmund, leaving only Liverpool to concede a late equaliser to Ludogorets.

"I was disappointed in the goal at the end but it's irrelevant," said Brendan Rodgers. A draw did not change Liverpool's task for their final match -- beating Basel was required, anyway.

Two through (Chelsea...

1 day ago

More agony for Jack Wilshere puts a further strain on Arsenal's resources

Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's consistency as the club qualified for the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League for the 15th straight season with victory over Borussia Dortmund.
Jack Wilshere has suffered yet more bad news regarding injuries and will miss up to three months following ankle surgery.

After a promising 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, you might imagine the Arsenal fans to be in a buoyant mood ahead of the weekend's clash with West Brom.

In dispatching the below-par Germans, the Gunners appeared to have learned lessons from the cavalier approach that saw them caught out by Manchester United. However, any optimism has been tempered by yet more troubling injury news: Since the full-time whistle on Wednesday night, the club have delivered word of three further...

1 day ago

Arsenal's win vs. Dortmund a step forward, but bigger strides needed

Yaya Sanogo scored an early goal and Alexis Sanchez added another in the second half as the Gunners cruised to a 2-nil win over Borussia Dortmund.

After a difficult past few weeks, there was finally a moment of levity for Arsene Wenger to go with what was a genuinely uplifting performance in a 2-0 Emirates win versus Borussia Dortmund.

The Arsenal manager was asked, now that second-round qualification is secured, how his team could go about improving their poor knock-out record in the competition. Wenger smiled.

"First, send a different guy to the draw. If you look at our last five or six," said the Gunners' manager.

The Arsenal manager...