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Arsenal Oct 10, 2014
ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
7 hours ago

Manuel Pellegrini wants Mesut Ozil as Man City plans for life after Toure

Could Mesut Ozil be waving goodbye to the Emirates?

The window might be closed, but Transfer Talk never sleeps! Today, we turn our attention to Arsenal's troubled German star...

City target Ozil as Toure replacement

Speculation that Arsenal ace Mesut Ozil wants to leave the Emirates continues to abound in the British press. Just a week after the 26-year-old had to deny reports that linked him with a move to Bayern Munich, another story has surfaced claiming that a move to Premier League champions Manchester City is on the cards.

Metro say that City...

16 hours ago

Arsenal hope inexperienced backline holds together vs. Anderlecht

With Wojciech Szczesny suspended and backup David Ospina out with an injury, Emiliano Martinez is due to start in net for Arsenal for their Champions League clash with Anderlecht.

Ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash with Anderlecht, Arsene Wenger has some decisions to make about his defence.

Without the suspended Wojciech Szczesny and the injured David Ospina, the Arsenal manager will hand a Champions League debut to Emiliano Martinez, and may end up using one of the most inexperienced back lines he's ever fielded for a game that wasn't a dead rubber.

Calum Chambers is available again after his weekend suspension, and the decision Wenger has to make is where to play...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
1 day ago

Blame for woes of Arsenal and Liverpool lie at managers' feet

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Arsene Wenger's lack of accountability, discusses Sunderland's disgraceful loss to Southampton and congratulates Sergio Aguero on joining some elite company with his four-goal game.

Arsene Wenger was ratty and dismissive, Brendan Rodgers apologetic yet defensive. Both had their reasons to be so. Arsenal and Liverpool had made injury-time escapes at the weekend, and neither manager was willing to explain why his team had got itself into such a mess.

A year ago this week, Arsenal topped the Premier League and Liverpool were just behind in third, before the collapse of a thrilling late-season run left them just short of champion Manchester City. This season, for both, has been...

 By John Cross
2 days ago

Martinez the man for Wenger as Arsenal look to bounce back

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger promised to strengthen his team's defence during the January window.

Arsene Wenger will surely put experience first as Arsenal try to lift themselves for the Champions League this week following Saturday's disappointing draw at home to Hull City.

Wenger goes to Anderlecht without suspended first choice No. 1 Wojciech Szczesny, while understudy David Ospina has not recovered from a thigh injury. That means rookie keeper Emiliano Martinez, 22, will play against Anderlecht, and despite impressing last season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday, it is a huge occasion for...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
3 days ago

Arsene Wenger frustrated as Arsenal drop Premier League points

New signing Danny Welbeck snatched a point for the Gunners with his stoppage-time goal.

LONDON -- Just like the FA Cup final, Hull City were denied by a late Arsenal strike. This time though, even if they felt so, the Tigers were not beaten after Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal's remaining ray of hope, finally found a way through and set up Danny Welbeck. Relief, not joy, was the overriding Emirates emotion.

Until then, it had been an afternoon in which Arsenal's failings, and those of their manager, were exposed. Hull, despite the rancour of home fans toward referee Roger East, deserved their...

3 days ago

Player ratings: Arsenal struggle to scrape draw against Hull

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol breaks down the 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Hull City in which Danny Welbeck secured a late equaliser for the Gunners.

After defeat in the last game against Chelsea, Arsenal fans would have been hoping a good win over relatively inferior opposition at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon.

Instead they saw their team lucky to scrape a point in a 2-2 draw, with Danny Welbeck's injury-time equaliser saving them after a second-half performance so ineffective it was the football equivalent of an ashtray on a motorbike.

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Hopes that it would provide a boost in confidence and belief ahead of a midweek Champions League trip...