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By ESPN Staff
6 minutes ago

WATCH: Galatasaray fans throw flares onto the pitch

Travelling Galatasaray supporters threw flares onto the pitch at the Emirates shortly before half-time in Arsenal's 4-1 win on October 1st.

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By ESPN Staff
57 minutes ago

Wenger turns to Emiliano Martinez in goal

With Wojciech Szczesny suspended and backup David Ospina out with an injury, Emiliano Martinez is due to start in net for Arsenal for their Champions League clash with Anderlecht.

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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
about an hour ago

Blame for woes of Arsenal and Liverpool lie at managers' feet

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Arsene Wenger's lack of accountability, Sunderland's disgraceful loss to Southampton and congratulates Sergio Aguero on joining some elite company in his four-goal game.

Arsene Wenger was ratty and dismissive, Brendan Rodgers apologetic yet defensive. Both had their reasons to be so. Arsenal and Liverpool had made injury-time escapes at the weekend, and neither manager was willing to explain why their teams had got themselves into such messes.

A year ago this week, Arsenal topped the Premier League and Liverpool were just behind in third, before the collapse of a thrilling late-season run left them just short of champions Manchester City. This season, for both,...

2 hours ago

Galatasaray fined €50,000 for flares, Arsenal case dropped

Travelling Galatasaray supporters threw flares onto the pitch at the Emirates shortly before half-time in Arsenal's 4-1 win on October 1st.

UEFA has dropped its disciplinary proceedings against Arsenal in regards to their Champions League meeting with Galatasaray earlier this month.

The London club were charged with "insufficient organisation (lack of body searching)'' after fireworks and missiles were thrown on to the Emirates Stadium pitch during a 4-1 home win on Oct. 1.

A statement published by European football's governing body on Monday confirmed disciplinary proceedings against Arsenal had been closed, while Galatasaray have been...

2 hours ago

Lukas Podolski: Hell will freeze over before Arsenal-Tottenham transfer

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Arsene Wenger's lack of accountability, Sunderland's disgraceful loss to Southampton and congratulates Sergio Aguero on joining some elite company in his four-goal game.

Lukas Podolski says "hell will freeze over" before he leaves Arsenal to join north London rivals Tottenham.

Podolski, 29, is unhappy at the Emirates having played just 36 minutes of Premier League football this season, while his only start of the campaign came in the Capital One Cup defeat to Southampton.

Despite Arsene Wenger promising the striker that he has a future at the club, Podolski has made his situation well known, saying that the situation "needs to change now."

But if he does leave Arsenal...