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Mission accomplished for Arsenal as they defeat praiseworthy MLS All-Stars

A late goal from Chuba Akpom lifted Arsenal to a win over the MLS All Stars in San Jose.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Arsenal prevailed in the 2016 MLS All-Star Game on Thursday, defeating the MLS All-Stars 2-1.

A first-half penalty kick by Joel Campbell put the Gunners 1-0 up in the 11th minute, only for the North London club's old nemesis Didier Drogba to equalize in first-half stoppage time. It appeared that the game might be headed for a draw and a penalty shootout, but substitute Chuba Akpom tapped home Nacho Monreal's low centering feed in the 87th minute to give the Gunners the win....

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Trending: Jurgen Klopp unsure Liverpool will make more signings

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp says every player in his squad will have an influence on the upcoming season.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reveals the reason behind sending home defender Mamadou Sakho.

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LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp says he's unsure if Liverpool will bring in more players this summer. He continued: "To develop a team never ends so, you have only result, result, result, but then you will have to again decide. That's how it is. So we will see." WATCH VIDEO

- Klopp has claimed he is "cooler" on the sidelines than fiery Chelsea boss Antonio Conte. "I saw him actually at the European Championships and, yeah, he was quite emotional [and] I...

The great 'Wexit' debate: Why Arsene Wenger must finally leave Arsenal

The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's expectations for the upcoming season.

Many years ago, I owned a Bruce Springsteen CD of Born to Run. I played the thing so many times that the word "run" in the lyric "baby, we were born to run" just disappeared. That didn't deter me. I kept playing it until one day my daughter presented me with a new disc and begged me to toss the old one.

As we head into the new Arsenal season, which feels very much like the old Arsenal season (and the 10 before that), I'm finally beginning to sense that there are a few too many scratches on Arsene...

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Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka sings initiation song in front of teammates

After joining Arsenal earlier this summer, Granit Xhaka was finally made to undergo a traditional initiation ceremony this week.

As is customary, the Swiss midfielder was made to stand up on a chair in front of his teammates and serenade them all with a little song of his choosing.

Unfortunately for all involved, Xhaka tuneless number was captured by reserve goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

Old friends Cech, Drogba to square off when Arsenal meet MLS All-Stars

Petr Cech is excited to face former teammate Didier Drogba and believes the challenge will benefit his team.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Didier Drogba remembers the goal well.

The date was Oct. 25, 2003, and Drogba's Olympique de Marseille side was taking on Stade Rennes in France's Ligue 1. The man in goal for Rennes that day was one Petr Cech. As Drogba describes the goal, he twists his body and strikes an imaginary ball with his right foot. It was an insurance tally in what proved to be a 2-0 win for L'OM.

"It was a nice goal, actually," he said following a practice for Thursday's MLS All-Star Game (7:30...

Arsenal must target Raphael Varane from Real Madrid to make a statement

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has insisted his team's transfer business will remain a secret.

Football is all about statements now. Manchester United have spent the summer making plenty, whether it's the arrival of Jose Mourinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic or, potentially, Paul Pogba; Manchester City made an early one with Pep Guardiola and now seem off the pace. Meanwhile, Arsenal's £35 million spend on Granit Xhaka in June seems almost a lifetime ago.

If Arsenal really want to make a statement to their Premier League and European rivals, an opportunity has just presented itself with a long-term...