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 Posted by Ben Jacobs
12 hours ago

Leicetser's draw vs. Arsenal should have been much more

Leicester City showed real grit and were very much the better side, as they held a disappointing Arsenal to a 1-1 draw.

A point against Arsenal -- a team Leicester hasn't beaten in the league since 1994 -- is clearly a superb result but one that will probably disappoint manager Nigel Pearson.

Once again, Leicester will get branded "resilient" and "well organised," but let's be honest, these are backhanded compliments -- ways for the media, or opposition managers, to imply the underdog successfully bridged the gulf in class. That doesn't mean they are not accurate adjectives, but you rarely hear the Premier Leagu...

 Posted by Andrew Mangan
14 hours ago

Gunners' struggles against Leicester point to obvious need

After seeing his team drop two points in a game realistic title challengers ought to win, Arsene Wenger should be thankful he has 24 hours to address the deficiencies in his side that saw it draw 1-1 with Leicester.

Oh for a striker. If there is criticism of Yaya Sanogo, it really ought to be about the decision to select him in the first place. Clearly Wenger sees something in him, but today, against a defence that's hardly the most accomplished he'll face all season, he looked a long way out of...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
14 hours ago

Three Points: Leicester vs. Arsenal

LEICESTER, England -- A trio of thoughts from Leicester and Arsenal's 1-1 draw in the Premier League.

1. Striker wanted: apply within

"Sign a striker" is the polite version of what travelling Gunners fans sang toward Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who glowered in a fashion as only he can. After a 2-2 result at Everton last weekend, this was another away draw. Just desserts too; Leicester deserved their point and might even have had more. After Alexis Sanchez's goal, Arsenal were punchless.

Early...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Chelsea win Remy race, Kagawa returns to Dortmund

ESPN FC's Craig Burley weighs in on the latest wave of transfers to hit the English Premier League.

We've almost made it to the end of the transfer window, but a couple more days bring a flurry of desperate deals, bids and failed coups for players of value. Strap in and rock out: it's another edition of Transfer Talk.

TOP PICK - Chelsea have confirmed the signing of Loic Remy from QPR while they have also confirmed the two-year loan deal taking Fernando Torres to AC Milan.

- Alessio Cerci is going to secure a move to Atletico Madrid tomorrow while Shinji Kagawa has now completed a s...

 Posted by Chris Wright
1 day ago

Arsene Wenger given new 'easy-zip' coat to combat mishaps

Arsene Wenger and coats: It's been a complicated relationship.

Having watched Arsene Wenger continually struggle to zip up his coat properly under Nike's tenure, Arsenal's new official kit providers Puma have seemingly done the Frenchman a favour and designed him a special bench coat to ease his fastening woes -- featuring as it does a brand new, fool-proof, 'easy zip' system.

Available via the club's official webstore, the jacket is fairly standard clobber, apart from the zip mechanism, which features a large pull-toggle complete with bold, fail-safe ins...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 days ago

Fernando Torres set for two-year Milan loan; Tom Cleverley out

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives the best fit for fallen Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.

The twilight of the summer transfer window is truly upon us. Thankfully, that's when the white-hot light of the rumour and gossip mill burns brightest. It's Transfer Talk...

TOP PICK - Fernando Torres' days are numbered at Chelsea as the club have agreed a two-year loan deal AC Milan. Read the full story here.

- Bayern Munich have announced the signing of Xabi Alonso from Real Madrid for a reported fee of around five million euros. Read the full story here.

- Manchester United's exodus...