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Danny Welbeck could be key to Arsenal clawing back at Chelsea's advantage

Arsenal have now moved into second in the Prem table, but the FC panel are skeptical if anyone can threaten Chelsea.
The FC guys don't expect Arsene Wenger's punishment to be too severe following his actions during the match vs. Burnley.

Had Danny Welbeck been just a little bit sharper, the thrilling finale of Arsenal's 2-1 victory over Burnley might never have happened. Just as the game entered stoppage time, fellow substitute Francis Coquelin clipped an excellent pass in Welbeck's direction. At his best, the England forward would have surely taken the ball under control before slotting under the advancing Tom Heaton.

As it was, his touch illustrated his rustiness and the opportunity evaporated. However, Welbeck's darting movement...

 By Chris Wright

Alex Iwobi and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in 'sock challenge'

While milling around in the dressing room after training, Arsenal midfield trio Alex Iwobi, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jeff Reine-Adelaide decided to test their accuracy with an impromptu challenge.

Indeed, the test involved flicking a bundled-up pair of socks into the air and volleying...

Arsenal could pounce on Rachid Ghezzal's Lyon conundrum

Memphis Depay has spoken of his excitement at moving to Lyon.

Lyon winger Rachid Ghezzal has been heavily linked to Arsenal, but just 17 months ago he was on the verge of a loan move to Gazelec Ajaccio.

The tiny Corsican outfit, who are not even the most popular team in their town, were sensationally promoted to Ligue 1 in 2015, and Lyon were more than willing to let Ghezzal join them in order to get some playing time. Discarded by coach Hubert Fournier, he wasn't considered fast and strong enough, but assistant coach Bruno Genesio eventually persuaded all...

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Trending: Arsene Wenger charged over official incident vs. Burnley

Arsenal were awarded a controversial penalty in the dying moments to secure all three points and second place in the Prem.
Arsenal were awarded a controversial penalty in the dying moments to secure all three points and second place in the Prem.
Arsenal have now moved into second in the Prem table, but the FC panel are skeptical if anyone can threaten Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger apologises for his tirade after being frustrated with the late penalty awarded to Burnley.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

ARSENALArsene Wenger has apologised for his behaviour toward the end of Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley, in which he appeared to push the fourth official after being sent to the stands. But the FA has charged him with misconduct.

- Former referees Keith Hackett and Graham Poll are calling for Wenger to get a lengthy ban for pushing the fourth official on Sunday.

Arsenal will be without Granit Xhaka for next month's showdown...

Rivals should fear Arsenal character as Wenger's men leave it late again

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Arsenal are Chelsea's biggest threat in the title race.

Over the next few days there will be a lot of focus on Arsenal's discipline in the wake of Sunday's 2-1 win over Burnley. Not only does Granit Xhaka face a mandatory four-game ban for his second straight red card of the season, Arsene Wenger faces a touchline ban after he too was dismissed by referee Jon Moss.

As yet it's unclear as to exactly why that is, but clearly something he said to fourth official Anthony Taylor was above and beyond the normal interaction between managers in the technical...

Granit Xhaka not learning from his mistakes after latest Arsenal red card

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner break down all the talking points from Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley.

Arsene Wenger sounded like a man whose patience is running out when discussing Granit Xhaka's latest red card after Sunday's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley at the Emirates.

"He has to control his game and not punish the team with a lack of control in his tackling," Wenger said.

While Wenger's own lack of control was also in focus after he was sent to the stands and then pushed the fourth official, his frustration with Xhaka is easy to understand.

Some will argue that the midfielder's straight red...