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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...

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.
New England Revolution's Charlie Davies reflects on his last words to Thierry Henry following New England Revolution's 4-3 aggregate win over the Red Bulls.

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...

Player ratings: Giroud and Sanchez make the difference for Arsenal

For a long time, it looked as if Arsenal would be denied a win by the brilliance of Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster. Yet once again, Alexis Sanchez stepped up to provide the crucial moment for the Gunners in their 1-0 victory Wednesday.

Although Sanchez may be hailed as the hero, the game hinged on the introduction of substitute Olivier Giroud. Perhaps invigorated by the newfound competition for places, the Frenchman created chaos in the Southampton penalty area.

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Alexis Sanchez scores late winner as Arsenal overcome Southampton

LONDON -- Three Points on Arsenal's 1-0 win vs. Southampton in the Premier League.

1. Arsenal scrape victory in a big test for both teams 

For Arsenal, this was one of those games they can't afford to lose -- against opponents who play a similarly ambitious brand of attacking football, but with fewer resources. Arsenal fans seem to have reluctantly learned to tolerate losing to richer sides and long ball sides, while Arsene Wenger has preached the virtues of financial fair play and pretty football.

Southampton...

Arsenal weigh up mega-deal for Paris Saint-Germain star Edinson Cavani

Thierry Henry's former manager, Arsene Wenger, believes that the former Gunner will end up back at Arsenal in some form and suggests that he has what it takes to manage.
Hey, Edinson! Are you going to play for Arsenal next year?!?

Transfer Talk is back for another day of wheeling and dealing. Today, we take a look at some of the names cropping up on Arsene Wenger's shortlist.

Cavani tempted by Arsenal?

Arsene Wenger's move for Danny Welbeck on transfer deadline this summer was a canny mix of hope and desperation. There's no doubt the former Manchester United forward has the potential to become a top-class forward, but there is no denying Arsenal need a player for the here and now -- someone such as Edinson Cavani, for instance.

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Arsenal must unleash deadly attacking trio of Sanchez, Welbeck & Giroud

Arsene Wenger unleashed a fearsome looking trio in the 1-0 win at West Brom on Saturday, with Alexis Sanchez, Danny Welbeck and Olivier Giroud making up a dangerous-looking front three. But here's the question: Will Wenger make a habit of going for such a strong forward line?

No defence in the Premier League will fancy facing three quick and powerful forwards -- least of all Southampton, who were humbled by Manchester City 3-0 on Sunday. Everyone had been waiting for Saints' slip-up after their...