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Liverpool and Arsenal shun defensive midfielders; creativity over destruction

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Craig Burley and Stuart Holden are in agreement the pressure is piled on Liverpool ahead of their Capital One Cup match against Bournemouth, with a clash against Arsenal looming.

The defensive midfielder is not a footballing dinosaur or dodo, a species consigned to extinction by the changing of the times. How could it be when Chelsea's Nemanja Matic is perhaps the most influential player of the season?

Yet it has no counterpart at two of the supposed elite: The defensive midfielder seems a dying breed at Liverpool and Arsenal. Matic highlights a philosophical divide in football. This summer Chelsea paid 21 million pounds to re-sign the man they sold for a sixth of that...

 By John Cross

Arsene Wenger has unearthed a gem in Hector Bellerin

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Craig Burley and Stuart Holden are in agreement the pressure is piled on Liverpool ahead of their Capital One Cup match against Bournemouth, with a clash against Arsenal looming.

Arsene Wenger may have unearthed a little gem when he least expected it. The Arsenal boss almost found his hand was forced into playing rookie full-back Hector Bellerin against Newcastle last Saturday because of the club's ongoing injury problems, but the young Spaniard showed a determination and desire that made you think he's got what it takes to eventually become a first-team regular.

Perhaps Bellerin's greatest asset is his lightning pace. He's so fast, in fact, that he beat Theo Walcott's time...

Thierry Henry's magic at Real Madrid in 2006 an example of his greatness

Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry has announced his retirement from football as he prepares for a career in the media.

It was a cold night in February 2006. I'd travelled from Barcelona to the Spanish capital to watch the Gunners play giants Real Madrid, and I was thankful for the heaters built into the stadium roof that warmed us as we stood watching the match.

The 2003-04 "Invincibles" were in the process of being broken up, the FA Cup final win in May 2005 was a success but unconvincing in terms of performance [an awful game won over Man Utd on penalties], and Arsene Wenger was trying to change the profile of...

Where does Thierry Henry's legacy fit into the pantheon of French football?

Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry has announced his retirement from football as he prepares for a career in the media.

Now that his career is over, Thierry Henry, 37, will come home. He will move back to where he belongs. No, it is not Paris or its suburbs where he was born and grew up and where his family still lives. It is not Monaco, where he started his incredible career at age 17. No, home for Henry is London.

Of course, he spent eight great years at Arsenal and has a statue at the Emirates. He is the club's greatest-ever player, its top goal-scorer (228), its biggest legend and, in my opinion, the best player...

Fabian Schar: Basel defender the answer to Arsenal's problems?

Fabian Schar is making a name for himself in the Swiss league.

Arsenal have suffered from a lack of defensive options so far this season. While the decision to sell centre-back Thomas Vermaelen to Barcelona was a correct one given his inability to recover from injury, the failure to sign sufficient cover in such a vital area of the pitch has undoubtedly cost them points. It should therefore come as no surprise they've recently been linked with Basel's ball-playing defender, Fabian Schar.

Born and raised in the quaint city of Wil in northeastern Switzerland,...

Premier League heroes: Thierry Henry

Footballers took to social media Tuesday to pay tribute to Thierry Henry who has officially hung up his boots to become a media pundit.
Wenger and Henry joined forces in 1999 and went from strength to strength together.
Thierry Henry was signed by Arsene Wenger in 1999.

A winner of Premier League titles and FA Cups, Thierry Henry was the man who brought "va-va-voom" (a nod to his appearance in a car advertisement) to England and led an invincible Arsenal team to unbeaten glory.

Born in a tough neighbourhood in Paris in 1977, Henry rose to prominence in France, Europe and the world as he began his professional career at Arsene Wenger's Monaco. Winning the Trophée du Meilleur espoir -- or French Young Footballer of the Year -- in 1996, Henry helped Monaco to...