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Arsenal seeking second to prove progress from last campaign

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hits out at Jose Mourinho for not showing respect toward fellow managers.

Arsenal had 64 points at this stage of the campaign last season, but although they have a similar tally this time around (67), the situation feels hugely different.

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Back in 2013-14, a title challenge had disintegrated and the fallout from damaging away defeats to Liverpool, Chelsea and Everton cast a shadow over everything else. Finishing with five successive wins didn't do enough to wipe away the disenchantment, and even winning the FA Cup didn't keep the complaints away when the new season started...

 By Chris Wright

Former Arsenal player Frimpong celebrates big win on Mayweather

Like many people, former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong made Saturday night's stellar boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao all that more interesting by having a bet.

Frimpong, currently of Russian side FC Ufa, slapped a considerable £50,000 on Mayweather to win, freely admitting on Twitter that he was gambling with his pension money.

This being Frimpong we're talking about, it should come as no surprise to anybody that the 23-year-old live-tweeted the whole thing, running...

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Barcelona target Ander Herrera and Hector Bellerin in January transfer raid

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is happy with his side's belief even though the confidence may not be there.
Arsenal and Manchester United may have to fend off interest from Barcelona for the services of Hector Bellerin and Ander Herrera once January 2016 rolls around.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears...

Barca to raid Prem giants in January?

The most recent January transfer window was something of a damp squib, but Barcelona could well make next year's winter market a nervy time for both Manchester United and Arsenal.

The Mirror reports that the Liga leaders will celebrate the end of their FIFA transfer ban in style and kick off 2016 by targeting United midfielder...

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Floyd Mayweather's opponent Manny Pacquiao supports Arsenal - Ian Wright

The whole of the sporting world is talking about it. And, no, it's not Swansea against Stoke on Saturday. A few hours after this almighty clash, there's another at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will box it out for the WBC, WBA and WBO welterweight titles, in a contest that is set to generate $400 million (£265m).

The question everyone is (probably) asking is: Just which club does Pacquiao support?

Well, according to former Arsenal striker Ian...

Aaron Ramsey situation gives Arsene Wenger plenty to ponder

ESPN FC's Craig Burley reacts to Arsenal fans' claims that Chelsea are boring.

Sooner or later Arsene Wenger is going to have to make a difficult choice. Does he accommodate Aaron Ramsey in the middle, or leave him out altogether?

Ramsey has found himself stationed on the right-hand side of the Arsenal midfield in recent weeks and though it's not an entirely unfamiliar role for him, he's not particularly comfortable there.

Playing on the right will not bring back happy memories. He was not always a fan favourite and the scars of that period clearly remain. In an encounter...

Theo Walcott must figure out if Arsenal is still the right team for him

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes react to Theo Walcott's saying that Arsenal have been the best team in Europe during 2015.
Walcott's been largely passed by thanks to the arrivals of Ozil and Alexis Sanchez. Does he have a future at Arsenal?

It's been a difficult season for Theo Walcott. He made his comeback from a 10-month injury in November, got injured again, came back, scored a few goals, was somewhat culpable for a goal which saw Arsenal lose to Spurs, got dumped to the bench and has remained there ever since.

It's surely not what he was hoping for when he put in the hours and hours of rehab required to come back from such a serious knee injury. Today he spoke about how he's finding it difficult to get back into the Arsenal...