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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Everton 4 2 1 14
4 Arsenal 4 1 1 13
5 Liverpool 4 1 1 13
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 By PA Sport

Arsene Wenger fits England crtieria perfectly - FA chief Martin Glenn

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Arsenal Chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, presented Arsene Wenger with a gift, thanking the Frenchman for 20 years with the club.

Arsene Wenger is among the candidates who "perfectly" fit the criteria to become England manager, Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has said.

Just months after fully assessing a wretched Euro 2016, undertaking a general review of the Three Lions' recent tournament displays and finding a suitable replacement for Roy Hodgson, the FA's international set-up is once again in a state of flux.

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Arsene Wenger: Fans' opinion will be key in whether I stay at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger isn't ruling out becoming England boss, but has insisted he is currently fully focused on Arsenal.
Arsenal Chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, presented Arsene Wenger with a gift, thanking the Frenchman for 20 years with the club.
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Jean Petit believes his former colleague Arsene Wenger would do well managing at international level.
Former Arsenal midfielder Liam Brady looks back on Arsene Wenger's 20 years at the club.

Arsene Wenger might not have ruled out managing England one day, but the idea of singing the wrong national anthem still seems "bizarre" to him.

The Frenchman has made it clear that his first choice would be to continue managing Arsenal but, after saying that he'd be open to such a scenario "one day, if I am free," the Arsenal boss expanded on his thoughts about the future in a briefing with reporters.

"People know that if things go well, my priority is this club. But I have to accept that if things...