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2019/2020 Season

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5 Arsenal 4 3 2 15
6 C Palace 4 2 3 14
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Granit Xhaka bites back after Patrice Evra labels Arsenal 'babies'

Paul Mariner questions whether Unai Emery prepared his side adequately to break down Sheffield United.
The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Arsenal are good enough to finish third this year.

Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka has blasted former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra and labelled his criticism as "bull----."

Unai Emery's side lost 1-0 to newly promoted Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Monday and Evra condemned Arsenal's performance.

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Arsene Wenger turns 70: Arsenal icon more than ready for next challenge

Arsene Wenger has remained active in soccer since leaving Arsenal in 2018 but is hoping to get back into the game properly, and soon.

Arsene Wenger has never been big on milestones and birthdays. For more than half of his life, his "big day" has been every single day -- preparing his team on the training pitch for a match. On Tuesday, he turns 70 years old and for the second year in a row, he will have no training session to set up, no team talk to prepare and no interviews or news conferences to deliver. He will wake up with the whole day ahead of him, perhaps spending time with his ex-wife and companion Annie and their daughter...

Aubameyang's poor play epitomises lacklustre Arsenal in loss to Sheffield United

Lys Mousset's goal helps the Blades upset the Gunners 1-0 at Bramall Lane.
Paul Mariner questions whether Unai Emery prepared his side adequately to break down Sheffield United.

Arsenal slumped to a dismal defeat in the Steel City on Monday night, as Sheffield United moved into the top 10 in the Premier League on the back of the 1-0 win. Old frailties were exposed in the first half, when Lys Mousset converted a smartly worked corner into Bernd Leno's net, with an exasperated Granit Xhaka playing the United man onside. Dani Ceballos and Alexandre Lacazette would be introduced in the second half, and despite adding a new level of threat to Arsenal's attack, neither could...