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Cech: Mou rapport strong

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 By Michael Cox

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey aims to be a future captain of the Gunners

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.
Aaron Ramsey's, left, perseverance through multiple injuries has served him well as he's emerged as a key player and leader for Arsenal.

Every summer, there's a consensus that Arsenal need new players: sometimes goalkeepers, sometimes defenders, sometimes midfielders and sometimes forwards. But we're always told they need something else, too: leaders.

That's more difficult, because you can't solve that problem overnight in the transfer market. Becoming a leader is generally a gradual progression, a quality that comes with experience at a club after years spent earning the respect of your peers.

For Arsenal, the usual wearers of the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Theo Walcott backs 'very talented' Jeff Reine-Adelaide for Arsenal success

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.
The ESPN FC crew weigh in Jose Mourinho allowing Petr Cech to leave Chelsea for rival club Arsenal.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says letting Petr Cech go to Arsenal was tough but Thibaut Courtois is one of the top three goalkeepers in the world.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer analyses how both Arsenal and Chelsea conduct their transfer business after Jose Mourinho commented on the Gunners squad and spending.
Jeff Reine-Adelaide and Theo Walcott celebrate after combining to net the winning goal against Wolfsburg.

Theo Walcott has tipped Jeff Reine-Adelaide to succeed at Arsenal following the young forward's impressive preseason performances.

Reine-Adelaide, 17, showed his potential off the bench in Arsenal's 6-0 victory over Lyon in the Emirates Cup last Saturday, with Arsene Wenger rewarding the forward with a start against Wolfsburg.

The summer signing from Lens set up Walcott for the winner the Wolfsburg match on Sunday to hand the Gunners the trophy, and the England forward has predicted a promising...

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: Premier League is much more competitive now

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger says that English clubs have taken on a "different dimension" since his arrival at Arsenal in 1996, and believes that the Premier League is more competitive than ever.

Wenger is now the longest-serving coach in English football's top four tiers as he prepares to take charge of the Gunners for a 20th season, and he says that the game has developed remarkably during his time in North London.

With Arsenal set to face Premier League champions Chelsea in the Community Shield on Sunday following...

 By Ian Holyman

Abou Diaby grateful for Arsenal fans' support after Marseille transfer

Abou Diaby signed for Arsenal from Marseille in 2006.

New Marseille midfielder Abou Diaby has told RMC he was "touched" by the reaction to his departure from Arsenal this summer.

Arsenal fans paid tribute to Diaby, 29, on Twitter, with the midfielder having been released by the Premier League club when his contract expired in June.

There was as much sympathy for the injury-plagued Frenchman as praise following a nine-year stint in North London during which he made 180 first-team appearances.

"I was touched. In nine years, I had difficult moments, but...

Sol Campbell: There will be non-white PM before non-white England boss

Sol Campbell has moved away from football and into politics.

Former Tottenham, Arsenal and England defender Sol Campbell has spent the past few months playing a different kind of game. After a career spanning two decades where he won 73 caps and every major honour in England, the 40-year-old has moved into the world of politics and tried to secure the Conservative Party nomination for London Mayor but did not make the shortlist.

ESPN FC caught up with the former defender to discuss football, politics and what the future holds.

Q. The Premier League starts...