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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Man City 16 4 5 52
4 Arsenal 15 5 5 50
5 Liverpool 14 7 4 49
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Arsenal's Mohamed Elneny posts picture wearing protective boot

Alejandro Moreno re-visits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.

Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny has posted a picture on social media of his foot in a protective boot, sparking concern that he will be out for a prolonged period.

Elneny, 24, was substituted at half-time during the 2-0 win over non-league side Sutton in the FA Cup having hurt his ankle.

And, while reports have ruled him out for at least three weeks, the Egyptian provided his own update on Twitter.

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal's squad is dangerously light on players who relish a battle

Alejandro Moreno re-visits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.

Tony Adams developed a "law of seven." In the opinion of Arsenal's greatest captain, if you wanted to be a successful team, seven was the number of players you needed who were ready to go into battle and give everything for their teammates.

"He believed it was imperative to look around your team and know there were at least seven who would back you up with everything they've got no matter what," writes Amy Lawrence in "Invincible," her story of the 2003-04 unbeaten season. "You could probably...

Arsenal can 'reclaim pride' against Bayern - chairman Chips Keswick

Alejandro Moreno re-visits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on whether or not Arsenal should transition Lucas Perez from a sub to a starter.
Steve Nicol believes Tottenham will finally finish above Arsenal for the first time since the 1994/1995 season.
Wayne Shaw steals the show in the FA Cup, Conan O'Brien joins Gio dos Santos and more in The Sweeper.

Arsenal's chairman says the entire club were disappointed with the 5-1 Champions League loss at Bayern Munich but insisted they will "reclaim pride" in the second leg.

Chips Keswick also cautioned clubs about committing to higher player salaries, but promised that Arsenal will "continue to invest rationally in our squad retention" as they try to convince Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez to stay at the club.

Keswick, who was commenting on the club's latest financial results, also confirmed that Arsenal...

Arsenal football revenues rise 20 percent but club's cash reserves drop

Alejandro Moreno re-visits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.
Arsenal's cash reserves dropped to just over £100m after a record outlay on transfers.

Arsenal's football revenues increased by more than 20 percent, rising to £191.1 million in the most recent six-month fiscal period, but cash reserves dropped to just over £100m after a record outlay on transfers.

The club presented their financial results for the six months ending Nov. 30, 2016, on Friday and said increasing revenues from Premier League broadcasting rights had helped them make an overall profit.

Arsenal made a pre-tax profit of £12.6m for the period, compared to a...

Five Arsenal players who could follow Arsene Wenger out if he leaves

The FC crew debate whether or not pressure will be deflected from Arsene Wenger should he lead Arsenal to the FA Cup title.

One of the most frequent warnings given to the "Wenger out" section among Arsenal fans is that they should be careful what they wish for.

The Guardian offered another reminder of that on Friday by reporting that right-back Hector Bellerin would be open to leaving the club and returning to Barcelona if Arsene Wenger was to step down as manager this summer when his contract expires.

While the chances of Bellerin actually leaving seem small -- he tied himself down to a six-year contract recently --...