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Arsenal vs. Chelsea in Community Shield

50-50 Challenge
 By Tom Adams

Francis Coquelin the face of a different Arsenal, a silent superstar

Arsene Wenger discusses his teams performance in their Community Shield tie against Chelsea, claiming that although his team played defensive at times after scoring the first and only goal of the match, they did not abandon their philosophy.

It was a sucker punch, but it connected. Roy Keane's scathing depiction of Arsenal's squad as being obsessed with "selfies and six-packs" last week was brazenly gratuitous but, as can be the case with stereotypes on occasion, it came from a position of truth.

Social media's prolific pair Lukas Podolski and Wojciech Szczesny may not be pestering their teammates for snaps this season, having taken their Instagramming talents elsewhere, but the point must be conceded that Arsenal's players do seem rather...

Arsenal must mount a serious Premier League title challenge in 2016

Former Arsenal man Paul Mariner contends that Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger need to end their little feud and shake hands.

Arsenal will be looking to mount a serious title challenge in 2015-16 after falling short in previous seasons. Here's a look at what to expect from Arsene Wenger's men as we approach the new campaign ...


After two consecutive FA Cup victories, Arsenal must make the leap to lifting one of the big two -- the Premier League or the Champions League.

Biggest concern

The worry is always the same -- injuries. Although at the back end of last season the squad appeared unusually robust, there's always...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal's 10 greatest moments under the French boss

Arsene Wenger has spent 19 years at Arsenal and helped turn the club into one of the best in Europe with his focus on fitness, shrewd transfer nous and attacking mentality. Here, we look at some of his best moments at the club.

10. Move to the Emirates Stadium, 2006

Arsenal Emirates Stadium exterior.
The Emirates Stadium has become the gold standard for new stadium projects.

9. Beating Inter Milan 5-1 at San Siro, 2003

Thierry Henry inspired Arsenal to a rout of Inter Milan that ended with five goals.

8. Beating Real Madrid at the Bernabeu, 2006

Henry netted a stunning goal in the last-16 first leg Champions League victory over Real Madrid in the Bernabeu.

7. Back-to-back FA Cups vs. Hull and Villa, 2014 and 2015

Wenger had not won a trophy for nine years, but ended that drought by defending the FA Cup.

6. Reaching the Champions League final, 2006

Jens Lehmann was sent off during Arsenal's Champions League final defeat against Barcelona in 2006.
Arsenal made it to Paris to face Barcelona in the UCL final, but Jens Lehmann saw red early on and they lost 2-1.

5. Sylvain Wiltord seals...

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Eden Hazard, Diego Costa among Premier League's most clinical

Who could you rely on to find the back of the net when a chance came their way last season? Here, we run through the most clinical players of the 2014-15 Premier League season.

Find out who are the 10 worst finishers on Wednesday.

The qualifying criteria is a minimum of 30 shots (excluding blocked shots).

You can also check out the worst finishers, as well as the best and worst goalkeepers of the previous campaign.

Olivier Giroud
Eden Hazard
Jonathan Walters
Harry Kane
Leonardo Ulloa
David Silva
Mame Biram Diouf
Nacer Chadli
Papiss Cisse
Diego Costa

Wenger has Arsenal in fine shape ahead of Premier League season

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is confident his side can mount a serious challenge for trophies this season.

While the significance of Sunday's 1-0 win over Chelsea in the Community Shield is debatable as it was a glorified friendly, it rounded off a positive preseason for Arsenal.

There was a successful tour in Singapore, beating both the Ligue 1 and Bundesliga runners-up at the Emirates Cup and now a long-overdue triumph against Jose Mourinho. It's been almost ideal preparation for the new season. When you add how Arsenal finished the last campaign -- with 19 wins and just three defeats from their final...

Wenger-Mourinho spat, Wembley lessons, Bayern doubts, quiet Benitez

The ESPN FC crew react to Roy Keane's comments that Arsenal are too concerned with posting selfies, than winning titles.

The Community Shield is not a real trophy. The game is a friendly, albeit the kind we call high-profile because it's at Wembley and live on the global airwaves. Yet there are still nuggets to be extracted from Arsenal's win vs. Chelsea on Sunday.

First and foremost is that the next time Arsene Wenger faces Jose Mourinho, nobody will be there to remind him that he has never beaten the "Special One." At the 14th attempt, Mourinho's team fell to Wenger's.

That streak, of course, should have been wholly...