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A clash of ideologies as philosopher Van Gaal faces Wenger the professor

Louis van Gaal is looking forward to facing Arsene Wenger's Arsenal after Manchester United saw off a spirited Preston side in the FA Cup.

They are the philosopher and the professor. The managers of Manchester United and Arsenal are not seen simply as functionaries; they seem to possess a higher calling. Their work has consumed Louis van Gaal and Arsene Wenger. They are two of the profession's great survivors, the last men born in the immediate postwar years still in charge of Europe's elite clubs. They are antidotes to ageism when many of their rivals are young enough to be their sons.

Wenger, 20 months Van Gaal's senior at 65, became...

Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil yet to find magic formula at Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are the two most expensive players in Arsenal history. Can Arsene Wenger find a way to use them both in the same team?

Arsenal's acquisition of Alexis Sanchez had supporters beaming with excitement over the summer -- they hoped the Chilean and club-record capture Mesut Ozil would link up effectively to help guide Arsene Wenger's men back to Premier League glory.

Ozil, who won a World Cup winners' medal in Brazil with Germany over the summer, was understandably granted a longer leave of absence on account of his exploits in South America. This meant supporters had to wait until the 2-2 draw at Everton in late August...

 By Michael Cox

Spells of Arsenal dominance riddled by in-game inconsistency

It's down to the wire in the Premier League as Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool vie for a Champions League spot.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Olivier Giroud never gives up, and that's the strength of a good striker.

On Wednesday night, Arsenal recorded a 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road, maintaining their third-place position after a midweek Premier League round when the top eight teams all won.

The victory felt eerily familiar. It could have been the reverse fixture, a 2-1 win at the Emirates on Boxing Day. It could have been the match a couple of days afterwards, a 2-1 win over West Ham at Upton Park. It could have been the midweek 2-1 victory against a struggling Leicester side a month...